We cut dough — not corners — when it comes to our signature fried pies. The made-from-scratch crust is carefully folded over the sweetest farm-fresh apples and then dropped in hot oil for an incredibly light-and-flakey treat. A swipe of sweet glaze, and you have all the makings of the perfect North Georgia snack — served hot or cold. But be sure to ask yourself, "Is three really going to be enough ..."!
Posted by J Scott Baker on 4th Dec 2013
Haven't tried them yet, but I was disappointed that the crust and edges were broken when they arrived.
Posted by john on 14th Nov 2013
it was tasty,i might buy in the future
Posted by Barbara Starr on 11th Nov 2013
We have devoured our fried pies. They were excellent with just enough sweetness. What can I say, they are all gone in less than a week. Proof of the puddin is in the eatin.
Posted by Stacey on 4th Nov 2013
Best fried pies I have ever eaten. We always bring some back with us to Florida and freeze them for later. I buy them as gifts and they always arrive fresh.
Posted by Karen on 24th Sep 2013
Love these pies! Fresh and have and excellent taste.
Posted by Jen on 9th Aug 2013
I noticed recently, in the last few months, that the pies I get the fruit is crushed or cut very small. At first I thought it was because of no fresh fruit being used but now that its peach season and cherry season they are still the same.
I loved the pies with the chunks of apples, peaches, or whole cherries. Now they are just like any other fried pies!
Please bring back the old recipes!!!
Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org on 22nd Jul 2013
I have been buying fried pies from you all for years. The last few times the peach have no glaze inside at all. They are a bit dry. Never have I had this problem until recently. I am very disappointed in them now. Have you changed the recipe of the filling???
Posted by MsDee on 3rd Apr 2013
My annual stop is becoming a twice/yr stop. The pies, cookies, and fruit butters make getting my favorite Fuji apples even better.
Posted by Ron on 27th Jan 2013
We go to Pidgeon Forge every Thanksgiving and we drive 4 hrs.out of our way to get the famous Fried Apple Pies, Apple Cider and Pink Lady apples. We have tried other orchard stores near by, but there is no comparison. You can tell everything is homemade with fresh ingredients. Mrs. Smith could learn a lot from Mercier Orchards. I wished I had a Fried Apple Pie right now!!!
Posted by Unknown on 18th Jan 2013
had you muscadine and peach butter. Muscadine was the best. The peach was more like peach jellie and not peach butter