~ shipped nationwide ~
Wondering what all this frozen pie stuff is about? People love pie. Do you blame them? Not everybody lives close enough to come grab some of the world's best pie any time they want. They shouldn't be deprived, right? Not to mention, we have a lot of out-of-towners pass through and they love our pie so much they ask if we ship our pies. Our answer used to be, "we're working on it." Well, we've worked on it. We've tested it, and tested it again. And again. You get the idea. Now we are excited that we can say "Yes, yes we do."
How It Works
We hand make the pies at the shop to order. Fresh freeze them then vacuum seal in all the goodness. Then on Monday we get them all wrapped up safely and ship them via UPS 2 Day service. All you have to do is heat up your frozen pie in your oven. They are so good, you might not even be able to tell that they were even frozen.
Apple Salted Caramel
Peach Salted Caramel
Frozen Fruit Pies
MORE COMING SOON
Frozen Savory Pies
Dublin Meat Pie | Chicken Pot Pie | Meat Loaf Pie | Shepherds Pie
These are our 7" 22oz size savory pies. They feed 2-5 depending your appetite and if they are being served with other items.
Because these are perishable items we only ship Mondays via UPS 2DAY service.
All orders must be received by end of day on Thursdays to be prepared and shipped on the Monday immediately following. Orders received after will be made for the week after.
Pie Handling & Preparation
Once you receive the best pie you will ever have, please treat it as such. Carefully unpack your precious purchase, remove it from the all the packaging except for the vacuum sealed bag and immediately put it in the freezer until you are ready to enjoy it.
When that time comes, please do not eat it right out of the freezer, true patience must be practiced. Yes, it is cooked, but for the full Boise Pie eating experience, you must wait and reheat it properly. How? keep reading...
Preheat your oven to 350. Remove your pie from the freezer, DO NOT THAW. Remove it from the vacuum sealed bag and very carefully set it on a baking sheet and gently place it in the oven and heat for 60-90 minutes until heated through and the juices just start to bubble. Check it every 30 minutes and cover with foil if needed to prevent burning. Wait patiently. Trust me, it's worth it!