Tiny Pies

Mini Pies From the Heart of Texas

Not everything from Texas is big. When Amanda Bates’ son wanted a pie he could easily transport and eat at school, she knew she had to create Tiny Pies. In 2011, Amanda partnered with her mother Kit Seay to sell tiny pies at the Barton Creek Farmers’ Market. Soon they were opening up shop after shop. Their pies, made with old family recipes and the highest quality ingredients, have become a local legend and a favorite at wedding receptions. In addition to their classic sour cherry pie and apple pie that’s sure to please any purist, the mother and daughter duo also offers an original creation, the Texas Two Step—a combination of rich dark chocolate brownie and honest to goodness Texas pecan pie layered into a crisp flaky crust is simply to die for.

We're not the only ones who love them!

Tiny Pies has been featured on Oprah's O List, Lonely Planet, WeddingWire and more.

Tiny Pies

Mini Pies From the Heart of Texas

Not everything from Texas is big. When Amanda Bates’ son wanted a pie he could easily transport and eat at school, she knew she had to create Tiny Pies. In 2011, Amanda partnered with her mother Kit Seay to sell tiny pies at the Barton Creek Farmers’ Market. Soon they were opening up shop after shop. Their pies, made with old family recipes and the highest quality ingredients, have become a local legend and a favorite at wedding receptions. In addition to their classic sour cherry pie and apple pie that’s sure to please any purist, the mother and daughter duo also offers an original creation, the Texas Two Step—a combination of rich dark chocolate brownie and honest to goodness Texas pecan pie layered into a crisp flaky crust is simply to die for.

We're not the only ones who love them!

Tiny Pies has been featured on Oprah's O List, Lonely Planet, WeddingWire and more.