Pockets Full Of Pie is a life-long dream. I grew up visiting bakeries with my Grandpa, who would plan trips around which bakeries and sweets shops to visit along the way. I remember walking in and smelling all the wonderful smells of danish's, cinnamon rolls, cakes, and cookies. Grandpa would order a little of everything so we all could share different goodies. It became a special tradition and something that I’ve carried on throughout my life. In 2011 I started noticing many food intolerances and allergies associated with the foods I was eating. Soon I was diagnosed lactose intolerant, allergic to eggs, and gluten intolerant. I met a wonderful man, Ben, around that same time, who was also gluten intolerant, lactose intolerant, and had an equal in comparison sweet tooth (match made in heaven!). Quickly, actually, very quickly! We noticed that there were no really good bakeries and sweet shops that catered to those who couldn’t have the “regular” stuff. Instead we were finding brownies reminiscent of bricks, and cookies that crumbled like sawdust. I quickly started baking at home; I took old recipes and modified them with the ingredients we could have. With Grandpa’s passing in 2012, I decided I would follow my dream. I left my job as a medical biller/accountant to pursue owning a place to make delicious goodies. Pockets Full Of Pie became a reality! Our goal is to create delicious treats that anyone, even those who have no intolerances, will enjoy. And we’ve done just that!
We make cupcakes, cakes, pies, cinnamon rolls, and more. All Gluten Free, Vegan, and Soy Free. We use wholesome, natural ingredients. We NEVER add artificial flavors/colors to anything we make. Everything on the menu is made from scratch with lots of love and care. We often add seasonal flavors and new products to the menu so keep an eye out for new stuff! We're currently wholesale and sell to stores, coffee shops, and restaurants. We hope you enjoy our sweets and eats; we look forward to baking for years to come!
Owner, Pockets Full Of Pie, LLC
Annie & Ben, 2013