Are you searching for the perfect holiday pie? Or maybe you want to enjoy a slice all by yourself. Or heck maybe you want to enjoy a whole pie by yourself! We are here to help you find the most delicious Thanksgiving and Christmas pies in all of Anderson County, Tennessee! 2020 has given us enough to stress over, so cross baking a dessert for your holiday gathering off of your checklist! Instead, order a delicious dessert from one of our favorite places. You can thank us later!
Sweet tooth lovers from near and far are placing their holiday orders at Sassy Pants Sweets and Treats in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. They offer made from scratch, gourmet pies and desserts that will make you the hit of the party. Whether you want a traditional pumpkin pie or something with a little bit of flare like chocolate pecan, Sassy Pants Sweets and Treats is worth checking out.
Golden Girls Restaurant is making the world a better place, one crust at a time! Mouthwatering pies from pumpkin and pecan to butterscotch, peanut butter, and everything in between can be pre-ordered for your holiday dinner! Indulge yourself, indulge your guests! Their pie will have you and your guests doing a happy dance. By the way, be sure to get your Thanksgiving orders in by Tuesday, November 24th, and Christmas orders in by Tuesday, December 22nd.
Dean’s Restaurant & Bakery knows a thing or two about Southern Appalachian tradition. They not only offer some dangerously, delicious meringue pies, but they have one of the best apple stack cakes you’ve ever had. The apple stack cake is so good, even mamaw will approve. Dean’s also has other Thanksgiving side dishes available to help make your holiday meal a little easier.
Our list wouldn’t be complete without the Restaurant at the Museum of Appalachia. Flaky crusts, buttery crusts, graham cracker crusts - the list goes on and on.The museum’s pies are some of the best around and they offer quite the variety. For example, they have pumpkin, pecan, Tollhouse, apple cinnamon cream, and more! Stop in for a slice of pie or call ahead a day or two and order a whole pie for the holidays. And if you keep the whole pie for yourself, we won’t tell.