How can I find stores that carry Tippin’s?
We are expanding to new markets, and we update our Tippin’s Pie Finder regularly to include local partners. If there isn’t a location nearby, you can order a pie online to be delivered to your home. If you want your grocery store to carry Tippin’s, please ask your supermarket. A little customer pressure never hurts. 😉
Aside from pies, what else do you make?
When was Tippin’s established?
We opened as Pippin’s Restaurant & Pie Pantry in 1980. We changed our name to Tippin’s in 1985. That’s nearly 40 years of pie-making expertise!
How do I store Tippin’s pies at home?
We seldom get this question because our pies usually get eaten right away! But if you have more willpower than we do, how you store it depends on the type of pie. Fruit pies, in the sealed container, can be stored at room temperature for about two days. Cream and custard varieties, and pumpkin pies, need to be refrigerated in the sealed container and consumed within about three days after purchase.
What is your best-selling pie?
The French Silk and pumpkin pies are our top sellers. To put things in perspective, consider the fact that our pumpkin pies are in such demand that we produce over half a million pumpkin pies every holiday season.
How many varieties of pies do you make?
We have 350 different pie recipes. Of those, approximately 25 to 30 varieties are produced annually.
Does Tippin’s cream pie need to be refrigerated?
Yes, the eggs and dairy products used in the pie make it a necessity to refrigerate cream and custard pies. Our pumpkin pies should be refrigerated as well.
Does Tippin’s sell pies online?
Yes, you can now order our best-selling pies online and have them delivered to your home. Click here to order a Tippin’s pie!
Do you still make French Silk pies?
What’s the best way to reheat a frozen Tippin’s pie?
Reheating Instructions for Fully Baked Tippin’s Fruit Pies (Apple, Peach and Cherry) Option 1 = Thaw and serve. Option 2 = For best results, follow these steps:
- Keep pie frozen until ready to heat.
- Remove pie from plastic packaging. Keep pie in metal tin.
- Place pie on a baking sheet. Transfer to the center rack in cold oven.
- Set oven temperature to 350°F (Convection oven: 300°F).
- Bake approximately 30-40 minutes, until crust begins to brown.
- Remove baking sheet with pie from oven.
- Cool pie before serving.
- Ovens vary, so heating time may need adjusting.
- Microwave and toaster oven heating is not recommended.
- Do not refreeze.
- Store pie covered and refrigerated, or at room temperature, for up to 3 days.