The Best Ways to Serve & Store Our Pies

These directives are specific to fresh pies and a conventional oven. If your pie is frozen, thaw under refrigeration for approximately 24 hours before following the relevant directions below.

Pecan Pie

Vanilla Bean Bourbon Pecan: Our Signature Pie

Devour by: 7 days after purchase 
How to Store: The Gals’ Hot Tip – Keep it in the fridge and eat it cold. It’s fantastic!  Or, if you plan to rewarm, leave pie on the counter for up to 5 days. 
How to Rewarm:  Place room temperature pie on baking sheet and warm at 250 F for approximately 10 minutes.

Cherry Pie

Fruit Pies

Devour by: 5 days after purchase
How to store: Keep at room temperature for up to 2 days. If for some unimaginable reason, you have not polished off the pie by then, refrigerate in the box.
How to rewarm: Let pie come to room temperature. Set on a baking sheet in a 300 F oven. Warm for approximately 15 minutes. Allow pie to cool slightly before serving.


Banana Cream Pie

Cream Pies

Devour by: 3 days after purchase
How to store: Keep in refrigerator. Best eaten within 3 days of purchase.

Pumpkin Tart

Custard Pies

Devour by: 4 days after purchase
How to store:
Day 1: cool room temp on your kitchen counter
Day 2+: move to fridge, especially if you live in a warm climate like New Orleans

    Pot Pie

    Pot Pies

    Devour by: 5 days after purchase
    How to store: Keep in refrigerator.
    Rewarming: Take pie from fridge and place it on a baking sheet. Bake at 400º F for 30-40 minutes. Allow to cool slightly before serving.