Creating opportunities; one delicious pie at a time!
We’re not a non-profit. We believe in challenging conventional thought by building a thriving business to enhance opportunities for people with developmental disabilities. For that reason, we give back a “slice” of our revenue to other organizations and ideas that support our purpose.
Our pies enable our business to prosper, their mouthwatering deliciousness is the backbone of our mission.
The spirit of entrepreneurship allows us to build an exceptional business while giving back to the community.
We regularly contribute to other organizations and believe in creating employment opportunities to enhance the lives of individuals with disabilities.
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Darden’s Dangerously Delicious Fudge Pie
Decadence in a pie shell with the flexibility to be served warm, at room temperature, or kept in the freezer to be nibbled on later. Hailing from the Darden family of Waycross, GA from the 1950’s. Fudge pie has been shared and consumed for just about any occasion, even breakfast.
Darden’s Off the Chart Chocolate Chip Cookie Pie
Straight up sinful. A dreamy creaminess that is reminiscent of licking the bowl of cookie batter with a firm cookie textured top shell. Warm and serve with ice cream is the best way to go. Winner of the “towel your mouth off good” title of the entire Darden’s Delights brand.
Darden’s “Mini” Pie Mix of Nirvana
Spice it up and get in up to your waist with a variety of four 6-inch pies: fudge, lemon chess, chocolate chip cookie and our “surprise” pick of a fourth pie at no additional cost. Take a straw poll among friends to find out which one’s the best! (Call if you’d like to customize pie … Read more
Poppy Seed Chicken (for pick up only)
If loving this pie is wrong, we don’t want to be right. We are talking chunks of tender chicken baked in a divine cream sauce with poppy seeds and then topped with buttery Ritz crackers. Treat yourself and others to this oh so tasty pie for dinner (or lunch). Remember, you can’t live life on … Read more