LIBBY’S is a family favorite across generations. LIBBY’S Easy Pumpkin Pie Mix contains a rich source of nutrients, is naturally gluten-free, and is high in Vitamin A and fiber. For 90 years, LIBBY’S has had the best quality of pumpkin.
Simply add eggs and Carnation Evaporated Milk for a delicious pumpkin pie filling, or use as a head start in muffin and cake recipes. Enjoy the fresh-picked taste of LIBBY’S pumpkin. LIBBY’S Easy Pumpkin Pie Mix makes it easy to make homemade pumpkin pies.
Gluten free and rich in Vitamin A. Just add eggs and Carnation Evaporated Milk and you’re ready to fill a pie. It’s that easy! Great for making spiced pumpkin muffins and cakes. For 90 years, LIBBY’S has had the best quality of pumpkin.
From generation to generation, our farmers have passed down the expertise and care that makes LIBBY’S pumpkins so special. A family favorite across generations.
I normally use the plain pumpkin but received this in my grocery order by mistake (I’m guessing the associate didn’t realize because the cans look so similar – wish they were more differentiated). I followed the instructions on the can including baking at 425 for the first 15 minutes, then following up at the lower temp.
At the end of the baking time it was still a wet mess. I kept giving it another 10 minutes, but after an extra 30 it still hadn’t begun to set. Before customer service replies (like they have with others) blaming my oven temp, my oven temp is fine.
My extra oven thermometer reads a perfect temp. (I find it frustrating that the company is so quick to blame reviewers’ ovens when, reading these reviews, this seems like a major issue with this product).
Immediately after this disaster I went out to buy plain pumpkin, and that pie set up perfectly exactly as it always does. I can’t recommend this product to anyone and will never make this mistake again.
No one makes pumpkin pie mix like Libby. They are the real stuff. I love to make pumpkin bread around the holidays and this is the only brand that I will use. If you’re interested here is the recipe that I use Servings: Makes 2 loaves Prep Time: 20 Minutes Cook Time: 65 Minutes Total Time: 1 Hour 30 Minutes INGREDIENTS 2 cups all-purpose flour, spooned into measuring cup and leveled-off 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon baking soda 1/2 teaspoon baking powder 1 teaspoon ground cloves 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1 teaspoon ground nutmeg 1-1/2 sticks (3/4 cup) unsalted butter, softened 2 cups sugar 2 large eggs 1 15-oz can 100% pure pumpkin INSTRUCTIONS Preheat the oven to 325°F and set an oven rack in the middle position.
Grease two 8 x 4-inch loaf pans with butter and dust with flour (alternatively, use a baking spray with flour in it, such as Pam with Flour or Baker’s Joy). In a medium bowl, combine the flour, salt, baking soda, baking powder, cloves, cinnamon, and nutmeg.
Whisk until well combined; set aside. In a large bowl of an electric mixer, beat the butter and sugar on medium speed until just blended. Add the eggs one at a time, beating well after each addition.
Continue beating until very light and fluffy, a few minutes. Beat in the pumpkin. Add the flour mixture and mix on low speed until combined. Turn the batter into the prepared pans, dividing evenly, and bake for 65 75 minutes, or until a cake tester inserted into the center comes out clean.
Let the loaves cool in the pans for about 10 minutes, then turn out onto a wire rack to cool completely.
I was so disappointed! I am 65 years old, live in a very small rural town, and am 40 miles from the nearest Walmart. I was very excited when I thought I had solved my shopping problem. I intended to buy all my non-perishables at Walmart.
com and have them shipped to my front door. Well, when I opened the box. a HUGE box had been used to ship a small number of items. Very little packing stuffing had been used. Lots of the cans were DENTED SO BADLY that I didnt feel safe about using them.
This same thing happened with the other canned items I purchased; ie canned Carnation evaporated milk, Campbells Cream of Mushroom Soup, and Libbeys Cut Green Beans.
Miller’s Old Fashioned Large 2″ Pot Pie Squares makes any recipe delicious Quality comes naturally when using the traditional homemade process handed down from Mrs. Miller’s Amish heritage. Since 1973 Mrs.
Miller’s Pasta have been producing the finest egg noodles available in a variety of sizes and flavors. These large 2″ traditional squares are great for chicken or beef pot pie recipes.
I use these noodles for my homemade chicken noodle soup. I do split each whole noodle into three sections (or just crush them by the small handful) so they fit perfectly on a soup spoon. First time I used them, I used the noodles as packaged and they were way too long.
Luxury pies feature a classic mincemeat filling of apples, currants, sultanas, stem ginger, candied citrus peels and more. They are baked in the secluded village of Aberlour, Strathspey in the heart of the Scottish Highlands with the finest and freshest ingredients.
They’re a pleasure to both serve and enjoy. Traditionally served warm with fresh cream, creme fraiche, ice cream, custard or brandy butter. They are also good with tea or coffee as a light snack.
I love the aromatherapy line from Bath and Bodyworks!! They have so many different amazing smells and different types of products included in this line. One of my favorites being the lotion. It was hard for me to choose which one to review because there are so many great options! But I have always loved the sleep scent with Black chamomile and bergamot oil.
They are all always so cute and come in nice glass container with a pump. I usually have one in each bathroom by my soap and my kitchen for my guests to use. I get so many compliments and friends asking me where to get it.
So yes definitely recommend to anyone!! You won’t be disappointed:).
I dont love the scent of this one. Its very unique and earthy. Its like a green patchouli type scent. And not everyone loves that including me so I wouldnt recommend it to those who prefer sweet and floral scents.
It would however be great for those who prefer more natural scents. As a lotion it is great for those who like a lotion that sinks in quickly and dries almost immediately. And even though it is really thin it is not at all watery and cheap feeling.
It keeps me moisturized for over 24 hours until my next shower or bath. The scent also lasts at least 12 hours before it starts to fade without being overly strong or offensive to the person wearing it or those around them.
The bottle is a thicker glass. It is sturdy but can break pretty easily if dropped on a hard floor. This makes it a bit hard to travel with. Its also hard to use the push down dispenser because its really skinny and small and makes your hands slip on it and the bottle since its glass.
You also have to push down quite a few times to get enough for your entire body even though a little does go a long way it only dispenses a tiny amount so that can make it a little more work then it needs to be.
I definitely recommend to anyone who needs a bit of “cleansing” which is literally everyone.
I’ll start with the positives. This stuff smells good, but I wouldn’t say it’s my favorite smell (compared to other lotions I use). It also is very creamy and thick, which is supposed to help mega hydrate your skin while sleeping.
Unlike others, I don’t feel like it leaves my skin greasy at all. My skin feels supple and looks healthy and shiny. As far as the “sleep” and “detoxify” portion, I’m not exactly sure that it helps with either? I have had this since Christmas and rotate it with my other night lotions and don’t notice a calmer or better sleep.
I followed the directions to breathe in deep for best results and I think if anything, the deep breathing is what gives me the peace and relaxation benefits.
Gluten Free Pie Crust Mix takes the guesswork out of gluten-free dessert! Follow the instructions on the back of the bag for a light and flaky crust no one will suspect is gluten free! Bob’s Red Mill Gluten Free Pie Crust Mix is the best gluten free pie crust on the market and takes the guesswork out of gluten-free dessert! With this exceptional mix, it’s “easy as pie” to make a delicious, flaky crust that works wonderfully with any recipe.
Each package makes two 9-inch, single-crust pies or one double-crust pie. Perfect for fruit, cream, or potpies, as well as quiches and galettes, Bob’s Red Mill Gluten Free Pie Crust Mix won’t disappoint.
Plus, it’s allergy-friendly, so you can trust it for your family.
This is a delicious pie crust! My husband and I love the flavor. It makes up into a top and bottom crust and doesn’t fall short on the size when rolled out. The only thing I do different with it is use all butter (2 sticks) instead of butter and shortening as suggested on the back.
I followed the instructions to the letter and made an apple filling with frangipane. The crust stayed in a crumble and never cooked, it is like raw sand, and I ended up baking the pie for almost an hour waiting for it to brown or anything.
The Bakery Pecan Mini Pie is delicious combination of crunchy pecans and high quality flour in a recipe that has crusty, crunchy top. With a nicely textured crust, this pie is as beautiful to look as it is delicious.
This Mini Pecan Pie with its depth of flavor and nicely textured crust will remind you of the homemade pie. It is a great company to your morning tea or coffee and can also be had as a quick afternoon snack or an after-dinner dessert.
This delicious pie will be the perfect addition to your next potluck or picnic meal. Add a whole new level of sweetness, flavor and excitement to your celebrations with The Bakery Pecan Mini Pie.
CONTAINS MILK, EGGS, PECANS AND WHEAT. MAY CONTAIN TRACES OF COCONUT AND SOY.
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I ALWAYS receive pecan pies (mini size 3. 25 oz size) and other pies this size with 1-2 days “best if used by” dates. As a result the pies are not fresh and sticky. I’ve actually received with the expiration dates on the SAME DAY it was delivered.
It may be that because my groceries are delivered they think they can get away with this and are trying to get rid of expired items. Do better Walmart because I’ve read other reviews about expired use by dates on your items.
I have bought these little pecan pies numerous times. They taste exactly like the big ones. On this order, these were the tastiest, freshest, most delicious, little pecan pies, that I have ever purchased.
I regularly buy these pies. But the last one I bought, it seems like the recipe for the crust is different. I do not like the taste or the texture of the new crust. Preferred them the way they used to be.
The filling is still good though. I give it 3 stars: 0 for the Crust and 4 for the filling.
So obsessed with these crusts! I heat one up for one minute in microwave, sprinkle lots of cinnamon and spray some whipped cream and it tastes just like pumpkin pie! Amazing! Such amazing nutrition facts and so filling and delicious! My only issue is making sure I have enough in stock in my freezer! 😉.
I just love the soft, slightly sweet ‘pancake’ straight from the fridge for an easy, low carb, protein and produce-based breakfast! I ordered 8 about a week ago and already placed my next order. Also, once when a batch was slightly overcooked, the customer service responded without delay and offered a full replacement! Love the product and happy to support small businesses that have a mission to expand the meaning of ‘convenience’ foods with nutrient-dense, fresh, delicious options!.
Make delicious, single-serving mini pies on your countertop with the Dash Mini Pie Maker! The Mini Pie Maker’s PFOA-free nonstick surface heats quickly and cooks evenly, allowing you to make your favorite pies in minutes.
From sweet pies like apple, blueberry and pumpkin to breakfast quiches and chicken pot pies, the Dash Mini Pie Maker does it all! Includes a circular crust cutter sized to the pie maker, taking out the guesswork from cutting your pie crust and ensuring perfect results every time.
I was absolutely skeptical but decided to give it a try. I used refrigerated pie dough (sorry Grandma) for a quick assembly and the results were very cute, and delicious. One package of dough was $1.
99 and made 8 single-crust pies (or 4 double-crust pies). You can knead and roll out the scraps to make an additional 2 single-crust pies (or 1 double-crust pie). My first attempt was a complete failure.
I had pressed too hard when closing the lid which made the crust edge way too thin. It promptly burnt and the center was still doughy. For my second attempt, I balled up a piece of tin foin to use as a little spacer guide between the plates.
The pies all came out perfect, golden-brown crust and evenly cooked all the way through. Last night we made mini shepherd’s pies with a single crust pie shell, shepherds pie filling, and mashed potatoes on top.
They cooked in only 5 minutes and were the perfect stormy evening comfort meal. Highly recommend.
Was so excited to try the mini pie maker. Haven’t owned a Dash product prior but always intrigued by them. Easy to use, however, the pie crust does burn on the edges almost instantly. Kind of expected though.
Cherry pies turned out delicious regardless. The top of the maker is domed so it doesn’t touch the entire top crust which makes the crust look undone. After trying the pie, it does appear the crust is cooked, it’s just not crispy like we’re used to seeing on pies.
That portion seems to be more steam cooked, it tastes fine though. Also made pumpkin pies, haven’t tried yet but they look ok. The crust cutter was a great addition to the maker. Really helps to make the process quick and easy.
The pies cook in around 8 mins so it’s great as a quick fix to cure your pie craving. Excited to try to make other little treats in it as well.
This is my least favorite Dash product. I’ve tried to make several pies and finally gave up. Ingredients are too expensive for such waste. The crusts are raw in places and burnt in others. The pie maker doesn’t cook evenly.
My mini quiche was raw in the middle with black burnt edges. It’s awful and there’s no way I can recommend it to anyone. It’s a shame because I have really enjoyed the Dash mini appliances but this one doesn’t work.
Wilderness apple pie filling is lower in sodium comparing to the leading brand pie filling. With only 5mg sodium per serving and 0g of fat, it is a great choice for those who are on low sodium diet. This no sugar added product brings you the finest quality of ingredients.
With Comstock, you get truly homemade taste and quality you can count on to make your pies, pastries, and ice cream treats delicious every time. This no sugar added pie filling is sweetened with Splenda, and has 60% fewer calories than the regular version.
Take the guesswork out of making a perfect pie crust. These simple zippered plastic bags make it easy to roll out perfectly sized, even, circular crusts. Simply lay bag on counter. Place pastry dough in center.
Zip closed. Gently roll out dough until it reaches the edges. Transfer to pie plate and add pie filling. Bake or repeat process for a flawless top crust.
This product makes creating wonderful pie crusts “a piece of cake” (to mix metaphors). I like this larger size because it provides me with room for error. Also I can use this size for my French Tart and deep-dish pie pans.
The smaller size does not allow me to do that. I always buy two bags at a time, just in case I have a puncture or the zipper gets a little clogged up with dough. These bags make lifting the crust into the pie pan a cinch.
I never make pie crusts without them. I would give this product five stars if the plastic was thicker. The bags do not last very long due to the thin plastic.
I am known for my pies. In fact, I bake pies, photograph them and then paint big pieces of pies on canvas. The only thing I didn’t like about making pies was the big mess it made rolling out the pie crust.
With the Pie Crust Maker Bag there is literally NO messy flour on your counters and the crust comes out perfectly round. When I prefer my crust thinner I unzip the bag put a little flour on the counter and roll it out thinner or I guess I could put a smaller amount in the bag.
I have given so many of these as gifts to my friends and they love it.
The pie crust bag is a total god-send. It is so wonderful because first it cuts down on the mess of flour spreading everywhere, so you can contain the flour. Second it allows you to roll out a perfectly round crust of equal thickness.
Third it allows you to perfectly and easily transfer the thin crust to your pie pan so that the crust does not fall through you fingers as it easily peels from the pie bag. I love it to death!!!!.
Easily whip up bakery classics with this Krusteaz Professional pie crust mix. Producing a light, flakey crust with a delightful butter taste, this premium mix makes it easy to bake up consistent, great-tasting crust that holds up well to any filling.
Use it to make classic dessert pies, such as apple, blueberry, or cherry. Providing all the main ingredients you need to make pie crust, this mix makes baking easy while still offering a house-made taste.
Only requiring the simple addition of water to blend, this mix helps save on prep time, labor costs, and the hassle of measuring out ingredients. Great for businesses looking to bake and sell customized pies daily, streamline your kitchen with this easy-to-prepare pie crust mix! Established in 1932, Krusteaz began when a group of women in Seattle had the idea to create an easy-to-make pie crust.
Expanding through the years, the company is still just as popular today with a variety of product lines designed to make baking delicious food easy and simple. Krusteaz innovative spirit has helped them grow into a national favorite that helps you keep it real in the kitchen and create moments to savor every day.
A very good product. The crust was flakey, a good texture, tasty. It is easy to use and saves me time when I am limited this time of year of time to get Holiday meals ready for the table. Krusteaz is a nice product for the young homemaker who doesn’t have a lot of supplies on hand for this one time occasion of the year.
It saves them money and time and makes them look like an experienced pie maker. b.
A quality quick meal is minutes away with Banquet Pot Pies. Delight in a hot, quick, and easy comfort meal anytime with this savory Turkey Pot Pie. Serve up a piping hot delight filled with tender chunks of turkey and vegetables simmered in a creamy gravy.
Savor the flaky, made-from-scratch crust filled with your favorite comfort food flavor. Enjoy homemade flavor from the microwave or oven on a lunch break or for a quick dinner with this traditional-style entree.
This box contains one 7-ounce (198g) serving, with 320 calories and 0g trans fat; contains milk, soy, and wheat. Banquet serves up honest, wholesome microwave meals, bringing more value to your table with large portions and quality ingredients.
I love Banquet meals ! Of the pot pies , the Salisbury Steak and the Beef are my favorites. The Turkey is good. Same delicious crust as the others. Bake in conventional oven for the best tasting crust!!! Nice amount of turkey and vegetables for the price point.
Gravy is a nice consistency. But •••• the gravy needs more seasoning!! A little bit on the bland side. Hence only the four stars. Still all and all a nice meal for the price. Very good value !!!.
I’ve always been a fan of the turkey pot pies from Banquet, and rarely buy another brand. However, I really dislike the microwave safe dish they come in these days. There’s a consistent issue with the bottom crust sticking to the dish, that I usually didn’t see with the old aluminum pans.
I realize that the change was made for people who nuke everything (although I can’t imagine why a person would be satisfied without the nice toasty crust from a real oven), but I really miss the old pans, and is the only reason I’m giving you 4 stars instead of 5.
Love me some turkey pot pit especially Banquets!!! They have been around since I can remember and super affordable. Sold at almost any location I can think of. Not sure how I feel bout packaging that’s something that Kills me I hate the packaging.
Bc inside box nothing’s protecting the food within. No plastic wrapped around food or anything. Yuck. Very picky on that kind of stuff and for good reason. My daughter absolutely loves them and I will repurchase most likely for her dad but def not for her or I.
I do not recommend to be honest. And if her dad didn’t insist upon them I wouldnt purchase again bc of packaging reason.
Finish any meal with the comforting, homemade taste of Marie Callender’s Pies. Treat family, friends, and yourself with this delicious pumpkin pie, perfect for completing your Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner, or revisiting holiday flavors any time of year.
Blended with the traditional flavors of cinnamon, sugar, and a hint of nutmeg, each slice is brimming with delicious pumpkin filling. Flaky made-from-scratch crust makes each bite satisfying. Bake this pie in the oven and serve warm.
Serve with ice cream or whipped cream for an extra-special treat that tastes homemade. This box contains one 36-ounce (1,020g) pie with eight rmended servings of 340 calories and 0g of trans fat each.
This pie contains egg, milk, and wheat, and is manufactured on shared equipment with products containing peanuts. Enjoy the combination of quality ingredients and the love and care baked into Marie Callender’s recipes for the comforting taste of delicious, homemade goodness.
I purchased this pie after reading that MC was the best frozen pumpkin pie. I baked it, tasted it, and here is what I found. It seemed to me to be an artificial pumpkin pie making an effort to mimic an authentic pumpkin pie.
Color looked right, spices seemed right, even the way the knife cut through seemed ok—BUT—. Now for the rest. The picture on the box looked right, it looked right after being removed from the box.
This pie smelled great as it baked in the oven too. What could go wrong? Well, the top was starting to burn so I took it out of the oven early. Not only was it starting to burn but a part of the top was lifting up off of the filling.
And the filling looked grainy and when I tried to cut into it (after cooling) it was hard to cut. Yes, even the filling seemed so thick that it was like play-doh and the knife stopped when it came to the crust until I exerted extra pressure.
The filling of the pie was not light, not fluffy, not creamy, not even custard like, it was thick like paste. The crust of the pie was not flakey, not thin pastry crust, not tender, it was hard. Hard to cut and hard to chew.
The whole thing seemed like it was trying to be something it is not. A REAL PUMPKIN PIE.
Marie Callender’s pumpkin pie that I bought which obviously was not directly frozen once it was delivered to its destination, I am assuming, because its filling is diagonal inside the crust and is up over the edge of the pie crust on one half the pie.
How, I don’t know. I am going to thaw it, even it out, and bake it despite the instructions not to thaw it. This is the second time this happened and they were frozen in the stores I bought them at and I drove home after purchasing and froze both.
I say change your top film with a suction process to prevent this from happening. I cooked my first one after it thawed; evening it out and it was fine. I lowered the temperature and had no problem.
I stopped making my own “from scratch” pumpkin pies years ago because yours was almost as good as mine – and that (was) is a HUGE compliment. But no more. I found the crust exceptionally tough, the texture almost “eeeewww”, and the lopsided filling at best “meh” with clumsy spicing.
And interestingly my wife, also a former fan, came a similar conclusion independently of me. So I’ll ask the same question, has something changed? Just not up to par with your product of the past that we have enjoyed for many years and have recommended to many others.
Based on our past excellent experience, I am going to assume that “something” went wrong with this particular batch or that “something” happened to the product during shipping and try your pie one more time – after the pandemic so the pipeline can correct.
But if this is your “new normal”,it’s no longer ours!.
Edwards Hershey’s Cream Pie ensures a delicious dessert experience in every bite. The cookies are baked then crushed right out of the oven to make the freshest tasting shell possible. Indulgent ingredients are layered on top to create a rich, creamy filling and unique topping.
Edwards creme pie is easy to prepare. Just thaw, serve and enjoy the mouthwatering flavor. It’s also free of trans fat.
This pie is my biggest weakness!!!! First let’s start off with the packaging. It shows you exactly what your getting and it’s packaged pretty good because I can never seem to open up the box without help then I’ve still gotta get through the plastic cover lid.
Sometimes it comes right off and then sometimes it’s stuck and has to be pried off. Ok the price is very affordable and very fair in my opinion. To be able to get a WHOLE pie this good for under $10 is AMAZING!!!!!.
Now let’s get to the sweet delicious pie. I eat the the outer part first. This part of the crust is so much more soft and fluffy compared to the bottom crust. The crust tastes almost like an oreo cookie.
The bottom layer of the pie is the white whipped cream and then the whipped chocolate on top with melted chocolate drizzle sprinkled over the top along with mini chocolate chips. It comes in the frozen food section but I always let mine set out and defrost to the point where the chocolate on top begins to melt.
The taste is phenomenal!!!! Every taste bud in my mouth is pleased with overwhelming delight!! It is the prefect combination of flavors and textures together. I would 100% recommend this pie to anyone and I will absolutely purchase it again in the VERY near future.
I’m on a significantly reduced calorie diet and decided to try these in light of them being pre-portioned and relatively low in calories for what they are. My expectations weren’t particularly high, but these really are good! 45 minutes in the fridge to thaw and then you have a perfectly sized, satisfying dessert.
They’re super well balanced and I’m never tempted to eat the second one because they’re exactly what I need. This isn’t something I’d serve to guests or anything, but for cravings at home they’re absolutely perfect.
OMG it reminds me of Burger King’s Hershey pie cake that they have. The only thing is it’s 20 times better better and it is amazing if you ever find it in a grocery store and they’re frozen don’t buy it they won’t be disappointed.
Since 1950, the edwards brand has been known for its wide variety of great tasting, indulgent pies and desserts. Edwards georgia pecan pie has a sweet, crunchy pecan filling layered on top of a flaky pastry crust, giving you a rich homemade taste experience in every bite.
Enjoy this pie along with a variety of other delicious edwards products available in your grocer’s frozen pie section.
CONTAINS: WHEAT, EGGS, TREE NUTS (PECANS), MILK, SOY.
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I love pecan pie but I really hate the effort that goes into making one from scratch. Pecans are expensive, corn syrup is a MESS – although the end result is worth it, it’s just a pain. I decided to give the Edwards Georgia Style Frozen Pecan Pie a try to give us a different flavor experience.
All in all, I was pleased with the results. The pie crust was flaky and tender and had a good crispy bite. But the filling, people – that’s where this pie sucked me in. The pecans came out with the perfect “bite” – crunchy and a lovely nut chew.
The pecan flavor melded perfectly with the filling – almost buttery and with caramel tones. This is a really good pie. The baking process was no effort and the end result was a great treat that ticked all the flavor boxes I wanted.
I’m embarrassed at how quickly we finished this pie off. It’s a good product at a price point you can’t match. I would definitely try this pie again.
Finish any meal with the comforting, homemade taste of Marie Callender’s Pies. Treat family, friends, and yourself in a pinch with this delicious pecan pie, perfect for completing your Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner, or revisiting comforting holiday flavors any time of year.
Savor this pie brimming with a sweet, luscious filling topped with crisp pecans. Flaky made-from-scratch crust makes each bite satisfying. Thaw while you’re entertaining or preparing dinner and serve after for a treat that tastes homemade.
This box contains one 32-ounce (907g) pie with eight rmended servings of 520 calories and 0g of trans fat each. This pie contains tree nuts (pecans) egg, soy, and wheat, and is manufactured on shared equipment with products containing peanuts.
Enjoy the combination of quality ingredients and the love and care baked into Marie Callender’s recipes for the comforting taste of delicious, homemade goodness.
I bought two of these pies for Thanksgiving dinner at Meijer West Lafayette Indiana. I normally have been pleased with this brand of pie in other varieties. The pecan pie was a complete disappointment.
Very little pecans, not the pecan halves shown pictured on the box instead little pecan pieces sprinkled on top. Very little filling to crust ratio and the filling seemed not very set. Overall this was not very good.
My homemade pecan pies are much superior as are the store brand pies from the bakery section. If you want a mouthful of crust, very little wet filling, tiny pecan pieces then buy this pie! If you want a pecan pie with pecan halves, filled with set filling then skip it.
Delicious pecan pie, already cooked. You just have to thaw it. Tastes great and fresh, has a good amount of pecans, even the crust is flaky. It’s just like a store-bought pie,but frozen so you can store it if you need to.
Pecan pies are all about ratio also, don’t want too much pecans or too much filling. This pie has the right ratio of filling to pecans. Would buy again, just a great dessert.
Clearly, from my title, I’m not a fan. I always try something twice before I make my mind up to never again waste my time or money. Sadly, this is in that category. What has become a common theme with the brand, again, occurs with this pie.
The crust totally misses the mark. I actually cut off as much as I’m able, throw it away. It’s a horribly fake, almost burnt flour taste, that crumbles into a, ‘not going to scoop up every last bite’ mess.
The pecan mixture is dry, overly sweet lacking. I really wanted this to be a win. I’m a HUGE pecan pie fan, I understand that this isn’t a southern made pecan pie of perfection, but even in a bind, I wouldn’t even recommend this.
Pie warms up special days and makes ordinary days special. Just unroll, fill, and bake Pillsbury Pie Crust for the flaky, golden-brown pie crust you know and love. Open the oven and you’ll see why Pillsbury is America’s #1 Pie Crust – when it’s Pillsbury, you can trust the crust.
This pie crust has definitely changed and not for the better. I have used this pie crust for years, and after my experience this time it may be the last. I made pumpkin pies for Thanksgiving and the dough seemed to have several issues.
1) it was sticking to itself when I was trying to unroll it, 2) it didn’t fit my 9” pie pans very well, 3) I couldn’t get the pie pieces out of the pan, because the crust was sticking to the edges of my pie pan (same pie pans my Mom used for years then passed on to me several years back).
Not only was it embarrassing for me at my dinner but even more of an embarrassment when I gave one of the pies to a family friend and find out they had the same trouble and 4) It had a very odd flavor.
Nothing worse than a mutilated piece of pumpkin pie on Thanksgiving. I also made pumpkin pecan tassies that I have made for years using this same crust. These were even baked in a nonstick pan and the tassies were still stuck in the muffin cavities.
Pillsbury needs to figure out what the problem is, or if they changed the recipe they need to go back to the original.
These Pillsbury pie crusts have been my go-to for years! I believe they are the next best thing to scratch made. However, I bought a box for my holiday pies and opened the box to find one of the crusts with no wrapping whatsoever and the other crust had a wrapper that was split open all the way from top to bottom.
Basically both crusts were discolored and dried out due to no wrapping. I then had to make a special trip to the grocery store to replace them. Very frustrating. The store made things right and allowed me to get a replacement at no charge.
I just think you need to know that there is an issue in your packaging! Markings on box for reference: Exp. 12 JAN2022 JL2340 F?.
I have relied on Pillsbury pie crusts for years. But been disappointed recently. Today I unrolled the bottom crust neatly. When I proceeded with umrolling the top crust, it kept sticking to itself and tearing.
It seemed dry and tore easily. Both crusts were packaged in the same box. No one likes to stop in the middle of a pie, and run to the store to get another pie crust. This happens more frequently than it should.
Also, recommend 2 sizes, For 8 inch or 9 inch pies. One size doesn’t fit all, and falls short for 9 inch pie pans. Flavor and bake ability is fine.
Comforting, delectable meals are quick and easy with Marie Callender’s Pot Pies. Ready in minutes from your microwave or oven, this pot pie makes for a hearty meal anywhere and anytime. Slow down and savor premium turkey breast, carrots, and onions in a golden, flaky, made-from-scratch crust.
Heat up this pot pie in the microwave or the oven for delicious homemade taste, made with wholesome ingredients and no artificial flavors or preservatives. Whether you’re feeding yourself or the whole family, Marie Callender’s pot pies are perfect for any occasion.
This box contains one 10-ounce (283g) pot pie with 630 calories, 0g trans fat, and 17g of protein; contains soy, milk, and wheat. Enjoy the combination of quality ingredients and the love and care baked into Marie Callender’s recipes for the comforting taste of delicious, homemade goodness.
Ready in minutes from your microwave or oven, this pot pie makes for a hearty meal anywhere and anytime.
I understand that manufacturers strive to produce their products while finding ways to reduce cost. But you can’t tell the customer you are going to give them one thing at a certain cost and then give them something totally different.
It’s not ethical, and as of late that’s what they’ve been doing. Not only have I had trouble finding the large Beef Pot Pie, but when I do get to have one it’s been a total disappointment. By the way, if you haven’t noticed, the cost of this item has dramatically increased and the quality has noticeably decreased.
If you look at the picture of this item, it shows the contents are Beef, Potatoes, Carrots, and Celery in a sauce. However I have consistently had pies with only Beef and Potatoes and very little sauce.
Which makes for a bland and dry dining experience. I’m hoping this is temporary, but based on their other frozen meals and the changes they’ve gone through, disappointment is here to stay. Based on this, I’m sad to say the time has finally come to end my patronage of Marie Callender’s.
Add this product to the list of frozen dinners I’ll no longer purchase; Cheesy Chicken and Rice, Fettuccini with Chicken & Broccoli, Lasagna, and the Chicken Alredo Bake. I will miss them all.
I frequently eat Marie Callender beef, chicken, and turkey pot pies and have always found them to be of excellent quality. Today, however, I ate a beef pot pie and I was extremely disappointed. I eat these often, so I was expecting the usually tender beef and creamy, dark beef gravy.
What I ended up with was some sort of textured, rubbery beef, one carrot penny, and beige-colored gravy. All I can imagine is that the recipe has changed. I eat these often. so I know what to expect.
I always cook the pies in the oven, and today was no exception. It just appears to me that Marie Callender has, for unknown reasons, decided to put out an inferior product with inferior ingredients. I have another beef pot pie, as well as a turkey pot pie in my freezer, and I am reluctant to eat them because I don’t know what might be the new turkey meat, and I refuse to eat a rubbery beef by-product.
If this new version of the beef pot pie is an attempt to save on production costs, I hope it was worth it because Marie Callender’s pot pies just lost a faithful customer in me. I will neither pay for nor eat this crap again.
I am so disappointed. I am almost afraid to eat the turkey pot pie that is in my freezer, wondering what has been done to alter those. If I had the option to give this product a half-star, I would.
This review: Marie Callender’s Beef Pot Pie 10 oz. (small) purchased in Northern California. The beef pies are my long-time favorite. The crust browned on top and was fairly flaky; not bad for a microwave pie.
For many decades I have cooked these in a gas oven with better results. The gravy was the right thickness and nicely spiced as always. There was plenty of beef: five good-sized cubes and two partial pieces.
The beef used to be something like top or bottom round, now it is sectioned and formed meat with a spongy texture. Not nearly as nice. Vegetable tally: two small pieces white onion, two good-sized cubes of potato and a few smaller pieces, carrot: two decent slices and a few fragments.
Celery slices were shown on the package photo but none at all were found in the pie. Overall, still not a bad pot pie and two on sale for $4. 99 is not unreasonable for the small size. But, too much gravy and not enough filling: certainly not as much filling as shown of the package photo.
The perfect combination of crunchy and smooth textures, our Pecan Pie layers rich, nutty pecans atop a silky, caramel-like custard filling. Baked inside a light and flaky crust till golden brown, a slice of this pie is great on its own or topped with a scoop of traditional vanilla bean ice cream.
I’m afraid I do not really care for your Deep Dish Pecan Pie; it doesn’t taste homemade because the filling is too heavy—with molasses? I much prefer a pecan pie such as the recipe on the back of the Karo Light Corn Syrup bottle which is much lighter in consistency.
The crust of your pecan pie is fine and the pecans are fresh. I still prefer your Deluxe Fruitcake which I have ordered several times. I have tried your apricot pecan cake as well as the deep dish pecan pie but neither are as good as your Deluxe (original) fruitcake which is the best I have ever eaten.
As a born and bred Texan who loves pecan pies, I wish your company success as you rebound from the embezzlement and do hope my review will help you modify your Deep Dish Pecan Pie as well as your apricot pecan cake–the recipes still need some work before they are the same quality as your Deluxe Fruitcake.
Great taste! The problem was with the shipping. The box the pie is in indicates, “This side up” but the outer box (the pie was shipped with 2 other products) did not have this directive. So the box was set on its side by the delivery person and the pie was on its side and the pecans (being heavier) slid to the lower half of the tin due to gravity.
Thankfully the plastic wrap on the pie kept all contents in the pie tin.
The chocolate fudge was much too sweet. Pecan Pie is usually loaded with pecans which have a certain tartness to them. The deep dish chocolate fudge pecan pie had fewer pecans and gooey sweet chocolate fudge.
We weren’t happy with this unauthorized substitution at all.
Give your pie a delicious graham cracker base for an extra tasty dessert. No matter the pie, graham cracker crusts can make it better. Perfect for home made holiday desserts, restaurants, caterers, bakeries, and food pantries.
Bought two of these to use for pumpkin pie crust. The sweetness pairs just right with the pumpkin. The only flaw is watch the package. One of mine was cracked all down the center and I could see that through the label packaging.
It was the only one left on the shelf right before thanksgiving and surprisingly enough, it was very good. It might of could used a bit more moisture to keep it from crumbling so badly, but overall a good product.
Start your next great pie with Marie Callender’s Pastry Pie Shells. Save time and create your own delicious pies at home with these ready-made pie shells. Made from scratch, these pastry shells are a great foundation to any apple pie, pecan pie, lemon meringue, and more.
Reuse the baker’s pie pan for additional baked desserts. Each pack comes with two pie shells, enough to craft plenty of pie for friends and family to enjoy. This box contains two 8-ounce (227g) pastry shells with 16 total recommended servings of 130 calories and 0g of trans fat each.
These pastry shells contain wheat. Enjoy the combination of quality ingredients and the love and care baked into Marie Callender’s recipes for the comforting taste of delicious, homemade goodness.
I used one pie shell this morning to bake a ham and cheese quiche. I read a previous review that said it only held 2 cups worth of filling. I used a 4 cup pyrex measuring cup to mix up 4 eggs, 1 cup of half and half, 1 cup of grated ham and 1 cup of cheese, along with herbs, salt and pepper.
I pre-baked the pie shell for 15 minutes using foil and pie weights to hold down the crust in the center. I baked the quiche for 1 hour, 10 minutes at 350. I used a sheet pan underneath the pie, but there was no spillage! It was perfect.
I have always baked with my grandmother as soon as I could sit up. I can bake 99% of anything. The only thing I can’t do is make any type of pastry! I’ve been told by all my older family is that it’s down to me having hot hands!! It’s true any time my hands are cold my husband yells at me to get into the kitchen lol.
But unfortunately that means I am ill so don’t have the strength to make anything. So I will freeze the fruit and use the pastry case, when I’m able to. Then a very happy hubby xx.
These are the only pie crusts I will use. I have used them for years! Just had one problem– when I took a quiche out of the oven to put on counter last week, the pan “folded” and the hot quiche went everywhere! I have cooked lots and lots of quiche in these crusts and they are always were perfect.
Maybe the pan had a cut (looks like) where it folded? I don’t know, but just suggesting that you do not compromise on the quality or sturdiness of the pan — so this won’t happen! *And I have a suggestion, when using 2 crust to make fruit pie, take a sharp knife and trim off the crimped edge before inverting over fruit.
Then it fits down in sides and use the crimping to decorate!.
This is a difficult question to answer without knowing more about the specifics of the situation. Generally speaking, you would need to know how many people will be attending Thanksgiving dinner, what their appetite levels are likely to be, and what other dishes will be served. With that said, a good rule of thumb is to make one pie for every eight people. This will ensure that there is plenty of pie to go around and that everyone can have a generous slice.
If you’re looking for a traditional Thanksgiving pie, you can’t go wrong with pumpkin or apple. But there are plenty of other delicious options to choose from, like pecan, sweet potato, and even chocolate. No matter what type of pie you make, be sure to use fresh ingredients and follow the recipe to the letter for best results.