Ever So Humble Pie Company

While perusing the goods at the Allandale Farmstand last week, my eye spied a wild blueberry pie… and I couldn’t resist. The Ever So Humble Pie Company, located in East Walpole, MA, makes all natural pies that contain no hydrogenated oils AND are vegan!

Here is what they have to say on their website:

“At Ever So Humble Pie® Company, we produce traditional, home-style fruit pies reminiscent of a by-gone era. All of our products are made from scratch and carefully hand-crafted with old-fashioned goodness in every bite.

Our all- natural, ready to bake pies are chock full of juicy, farm fresh fruit wrapped in a delicate, flaky pastry with NO artificial colors, flavors or preservatives and absolutely NO hydrogenated oils or trans fat!All our double crust fruit pies are 100% free of animal products and are suitable for a Vegetarian lifestyle.

And, because our pies are handcrafted, each crust bears the thumbprint of the person who made it for you.
So come, take a trip down memory lane and treat yourself to a pie that’s made the way they used to be!”

I decided to grab the last little pie left and hurried home to try it out.

I sliced it up and warmed it in the microwave for 20 seconds. I topped it with low fat vanilla ice cream and viola!

The pie was sweet and delicious and the crust was flaky and buttery… despite the fact that no animal products were used (yes, that means butter!). I am very impressed… often, vegan goodies will be lacking in flavor to make up for their animal friendliness… not true with the Ever So Humble pies. Definitely well worth a try!

If you don’t know where to find these scrumptious baked goods, then head down to their retail store at 153 Washington Street in East Walpole, MA. According to their website, they are open Mon-Sat 9am to 6pm. What better way to be a locavore and to support local business than by eating delicious fruit pies??? And what a great hostess gift for that Thanksgiving dinner you are heading to!

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