Katiepies

and other scrumptious sweets

Holiday time is here and we’re here to help! November 16, 2014

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Now available-Katiepies delicious Apple Pie Filling!

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Now you can make a homemade apple pie! Your house will smell festive and your friends and family will be impressed. Attached is a recipe card for pie crust and our famous crumble pie topping.  You can also use this with your favorite crisp recipe.

Katiepies Apple Pie Filling also makes a great gift for the food lover in your life!

See our ordering options for pricing information.

Happy Baking,

Katiepies

 

Breakfast Power Cookies May 5, 2014

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We have decided to focus on pie and only pie this year but that doesn’t mean that we won’t share something we think is delicious! These breakfast cookies are a great way to start your day and are scrumptious as well.  They are full of protein, fiber and good flavor. You can omit the egg if you like and use any kind of dried fruit that you prefer.

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Breakfast Power Cookies

(Dairy Free)

2 cups walnuts

1 ½ cups old-fashioned rolled oats

¾ brown rice flour

1/2 cup shredded coconut

½ tsp baking soda

2 tsp baking powder

½ cup coconut oil

½ cup dark brown sugar or coconut sugar

2 TBS flaxseed meal

1 ½ tsp orange zest

½ tsp kosher salt

½ tsp cinnamon

½ cup almond milk

¼ cup applesauce

¼ cup maple syrup

1 large egg

1 ½ cup dried fruit (dates, figs, cranberries, apricots)

 

Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Toast the walnuts for approximate 8 min., cool and chop.

Mix oats, rice flour, coconut, baking soda, baking powder, flaxseed meal, salt, cinnamon, and nuts.

Cream coconut oil and sugar in a mixer until smooth.

Add the egg and mix until blended.

Add applesauce, almond milk and maple syrup and orange zest.

Mix the wet mixture into the dry mixer. Add dried fruit and blend well.

Mound dough onto prepared baking sheets using an ice cream scoop.

Flatten slightly with a spatula. Place 2 inches apart.

Bake for 18 to 20 minutes, switching the pans halfway through.

Let cool on pans for 10 min. and then move to cooling racks.

 

Makes 18 to 20 cookies

 

 

 

Welcome 2014! December 31, 2013

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We would like to say thank you to our friends, family and customers that have supported us in 2013.

“As you grow older, you’ll find the the only things you regret are the things you didn’t do.”  -Zachary Scott

We hope that 2014 brings you and your loved ones health, happiness and opportunities to do the things that are important to you.

Happy New Year!

Katiepies

 

Merry Christmas! December 24, 2013

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imageOnce the intoxicating smells of chocolate and Kahlua (from my famous Kahlua cake) fill our house, everyone knows that the season is in full swing. Everybody has something that brings all of the memories and feelings of the season into reality.  So whether it’s a special treat, or just the wonderful fragrant smells coming from your kitchen, enjoy every minute. Cherish the laughs and the memories-time is the most precious gift of all.
Merry Christmas!
Katiepies

 

A Twist on a Classic-Pumpkin Cheesecake November 14, 2013

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imageThis is a twist on a great classic and just in time for the holidays.  Rich, creamy and just the right amount of pumpkin with a gingersnap crust!  This is a new addition to our menu. Enjoy! Katiepies

 

Back to doing what I love…. September 30, 2013

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Enjoy the last of the summer fruit.

Enjoy the last of the summer fruit.

And so I’m back.  Culinary school was not for me-CIA is an exceptional school with amazing instructors and support, but the academic part of the food industry took the passion and joy right out of me.  So I made the difficult decision to regroup and refocus on what I want.  I want to continue testing, tasting and creating yummy sweet treats. It makes me happy when people love the desserts we make!

So here’s a quick dessert idea to enjoy the last of the summer fruit.    Take any fruit you love, mix it with a little sugar, lemon zest and cinnamon if needed and place the mixture into small ramekins.  Top with a crumble mixture you would use on an apple pie (oatmeal, flour, brown sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg and butter).  Bake at 350 degrees for about 30 -40 mins.  Top with ice cream or whipped cream and enjoy.  It’s an easy, quick and great little dessert! :)

Happy Baking,

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The beginning of a new adventure August 26, 2013

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CIA Greytsone has its own garden where we grow the produce we use in the kitchen.

CIA Greytsone has its own garden where we grow the produce we use in the kitchen.

Week one at The Culinary Institute of America at Greystone, was full of orientations, books, uniforms and of course food. Besides feeling overwhelmed, anxious, and nervous,  it was exciting to start this new chapter. It is hard to ignore the beauty of this school and its location. Enjoy a few pictures from my first week.  More updates from the culinary student perspective as time permits-look at those books!

Happy Baking,

Katiepies

We won't just be baking-lots of homework in the future!

We won’t just be baking-lots of homework in the future!

A field trip to the local Farmers Market was a treat-look at those beautiful veggies.

A field trip to the local Farmers Market was a treat-look at those beautiful veggies.

Of course the food is amazing-new taste sensations at every meal.

Of course the food is amazing-new taste sensations at every meal.

 

 
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