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How To Store Your Pie

You’re not going to eat that whole pie now, are you?

Hey, no judgements if you do! But if you want to save some for later, we’re here to help. Whether you’ve had Betty’s Pie shipped to your house or you’ve picked one up and want to keep it intact for another week or two, proper storing procedures are a must.

After all, you don’t want to do anything to compromise the delicious pie you’ve just purchased!

When you have our pies shipped to you, they come to your doorstep wrapped tightly in saran wrap to be placed in the freezer until you’re ready to serve it. Make sure you don’t take this wrapping off and then freeze it, or your pie will become freezer burnt!

If you do remove the wrapping or stopped by to pick up a pie at our location, you will need to make sure you fully wrap it before freezing it.

Freezing your pie is the best way to make sure it stays good for an extended period of time, but if you’re planning on having the pie a few hours later or even after a day or two, refrigerating will work! However, keep in mind some pies picked up from our store location cannot be frozen. If you have any questions about it, ask while you’re at our location to get the pie!

After freezing your pie, plan on taking it out of the freezer and placing it into the refrigerator about 24 hours before you serve it. This will allow it to thaw a bit before you serve it, but also won’t let it start to go bad.

Thawing and serving instructions are different for every pie at Betty’s Pies. If you have a pie shipped to you, it will come with those instructions automatically.

If you pick up a pie with the intent to serve it later, ask your cashier or any Betty’s Pie employee for the baking instructions for that pie.

Don’t forget, if you’re ordering a pie to be shipped to you, you’ll need to do so 48 hours in advance of when you need it. We also cannot accommodate delivery days on Saturday, Sunday or Monday.

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