How To Reheat A Priester's Pecan Pie
Priester's Pecan Pies are a true classic. These old-fashioned pies are made with love and cooked to perfection in our kitchens -- all you have to do is heat 'em up!
Whether you're freezing it for a special occasion, popping it in the oven just before dinner, or looking for serving ideas, we've got you covered! Read on for a bit more info about the famous pecan, and get our instructions for the perfectly prepared pie courtesy of our Alabama kitchen.
The Mighty Pecan Pie, an American Tradition
We have a hunch that our customers love our pecan pies - and we ship them all over the country! - because the taste is as American as, well, apple pie. Pecans are native to North America, growing as far north as Illinois and as far south as Alabama and finding their way into many classic recipes we know and love today.
Just as irresistible, oven-fresh pies bring everyone together over the dinner table, the humble beginnings of the pecan pie are a result of classic American home bakers coming together to create something special. Although some rumors have the oldest recipe starting in a French patisserie, the earliest known American pecan pie recipe was sent in by a Texan woman to be included in a St. Louis church charity cookbook in 1898.
Ordering a Pre-Made Pecan Pie
Did you know that between 2018 and 2021, nearly half of shoppers looking for baked goods and sweet treats did so online? There are all kinds of reasons to do so, whether your favorite down-home recipe just isn't anywhere nearby, you enjoy the convenience of a delicious treat delivered straight to your door, you love the smell of fresh-baked pie in the house, or maybe to send to someone else as a gift! Baking a pie from scratch isn't an everyday thing, so we're happy to save you time without sacrificing flavor with our selection of sweet, Southern pecan pies.
Many people grew up with this delicious, authentic Southern treat and just can't go without it. All of our pies are handcrafted in our Alabama kitchen following time-tested, classic recipes with simple ingredients, plenty of love, and, of course, a 100% satisfaction guarantee. All pies are ready to eat once thawed to room temperature, but for something extra special, just heat and serve! Go ahead and tell them you baked it, we won't tell...
Storing, Heating, and Preparing Priester's Pies
Priester's pecan pies freeze beautifully for up to one year. Thaw in the refrigerator overnight, always making sure refrigerated foods remain chilled below 40°F.
- Preheat oven to 350°F (177°C)
- Place thawed pie in the oven for 30 minutes, or until the center is warm
- Careful not to crisp your crust! Ovens vary, so if your crust is browning, wrap in foil to protect it while the pie bakes
Pecan Pie Serving Suggestions
Our pies are especially delicious when served à la mode with a scoop of gourmet vanilla ice cream, topped with fresh whipped cream, or paired with a steaming cup of Southern Pecan Cream Coffee. Bring a taste of the South home and stock up on tasty, timeless, heat-and-serve pies today!