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How Much Does a Bakers Square Pie Cost?

Last Updated on September 27, 2023
Written by CPA Alec Pow | Content Reviewed by Certified CFA CFA Alexander Popinker

Bakers Square Restaurant and Pies is a restaurant franchise in the United States, Midwest, that specializes in casual dishes. BBQ Holdings, Inc. owns and manages the franchise which is known to serve a variety of delicious pies. Besides these mouthwatering pies, Bakers Square’s menu also includes sandwiches, burgers, soups, salads, breakfasts, and different kinds of foods.

Bakers Square owns several locations in the United States.

How much does a Bakers Square pie cost?

The cost of a slice of pie at Bakers Square ranges from $3.99 to $5.99 but you can also purchase whole pies at prices between $14.99 and $21.99. Of course, the prices depend on several factors like the type of the pie, the geographical location of the restaurant, and the size of the order.

Bakers Square serves a wide selection of flavors of pies, for all tastes such as:

  • Fruit Pies – Delicious pies made with fresh fruits such as cherries, apples, and blueberries. These pies are perfect for those who are looking for a fruity flavor.
  • Classic Pies – You can also delight your tastes with some classic pies like coconut cream pie, lemon meringue pie, and key lime pie.
  • Cream Pies – A must-try are their creamy pies and the most popular in this category are the chocolate cream pie and banana cream pie.
  • Seasonal Pies – Pies like pumpkin pie and pecan pies will excite your taste every fall and during big holidays. These pies are limited edition, only offered in their respective season.

In the table below you will find the types of pies they sell according to their official website, as well as their average cost:

French Silk Pie $5.99 per slice
Southern Pecan Pie $5.99 per slice
Harvest Pumpkin Pie $5.52 per slice
Country Apple Pie $5.52 per slice
Cherry Pie $5.50 per slice
Triple Berry Pie $5.52 per slice
Strawberry Rhubarb Pie $5.52 per slice
Cheesecake $5.49 per slice
Carrot Cake $5.49 per slice
Peach Pie $5.61 per slice
Lemon Meringue Pie $6.12 per slice
Lemon Supreme $4.29 per slice
Coconut Cream $5.72 per slice
Reduced Sugar Apple $5.53 per slice

Keep in mind that prices might differ based on the exact Bakers Square location you go to, as the chain is franchised so franchisees can set their own prices.

You might also like our articles about the cost of Costco sheet cake, Bake Squad cake, or Dairy Queen cake.

What are the extra costs?

At Bakers Square, you can add toppings to your pie for an extra $2.50 to $3.50. Also, you can choose to add some ice cream for an additional cost of $4 for a pint, while a whipped cream topping can increase the cost by $3.50.

The company offers delivery on their products and the delivery cost is influenced by your location and the size of the order. Long routes may increase the cost.

Important things about the Sliced Pies

Bakers Square Pie ExampleBakers Square doesn’t display their prices on the official website. To see how much a particular item costs directly on the website, you can follow this simple trick: click on the order button without finalizing the order and the cost will pop up.

Also, you can place orders for a specific date and time, just with some clicks on their official page.

It is a good idea to check out the allergens list if you know you have any kind of allergies. It can be found on their website.

You can purchase products using gift cards. Aside from pies Baker Square also sells products like steak and foods containing different types of meats and even cream cheese.

A good thing to know is that there are locations that are offering discounts or free delivery if you place an order for a specific amount of money.

Baker Square pies are made in their locations, fresh every day with no preservatives.

A whole pie can be cut into six or eight slices, depending on what you prefer.

Vegan or gluten-free pies are not yet available in Bakers Square restaurants, at the moment.

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