It's a Mom Thing Reviews & More!: Holiday Guide: Edwards Desserts Review! - Alexandra

12/14/13

Holiday Guide: Edwards Desserts Review! - Alexandra

Edwards Baking Company was founded in 1950 by Tom Edwards as a small bakeshop in Atlanta, Georgia. After operating as a small business and experiencing great success selling a variety of baked goods they began to focus solely on dessert pies. Mr. Edwards began selling frozen pre-baked pies to retail stores and later began selling individually packaged pie slices.In 2011 Edwards Baking Company was purchased by The Schwan Food Company the same company that markets leading brands such as Mrs. Smith's Pies, Tony's Pizza, and Red Baron. The Edwards Baking Company is committed to bringing customers convenient, high quality, and great tasting desserts.The Edwards Baking Company has many different flavors of pie, so they will definitely have a perfect pie for your family. Some of their pies are more rich and chocolate based such as Turtle Pie and Hershey's Chocolate Pie. Other pies from Edwards are more fruity such as Key Lime of Banana Cream Pie. These pies from Edwards Baking Company can be found in many leading retailers such as Walmart, Shop Rite, and more! Below I am going to tell you a bit about the three pies that I got to review! Below you also have a chance to win three pies! Also check out The 12 Days of Edwards song, a spin on the 12 Days of Christmas at the bottom of the review!


The first pie that we reviewed is the Salted Caramel Creme Pie. This pie is a graham cracker crust with a vanilla bean creme filling. It is then topped with chocolate covered pretzel pieces, caramel, whipped cream topping, and a chocolate drizzle. I absolutely love salted caramel flavored things and this pie was no exception. It is light and sweet which a hint of salty from the pretzels. Graham cracker crust is also my favorite type of crust and this crust was delicious. My mom and sister enjoyed this pie a lot as well. The second pie that we reviewed is the Georgia Pecan Pie. This pie is flaky pastry crust filled with a classic pecan pie filling and loaded on top with pecans. My husband loves pecan pie, it is his absolute favorite and he loved this pie. This pie was a perfect take on a Southern tradition. The third pie that we reviewed is the Reese's Creme Pie. This pie is a peanut butter filling sitting in a cocoa crust and topped with Reese's Peanut Butter Cup pieces and a Reese's flavored drizzle. My whole family is obsessed with Reese's so as soon as we saw this pie we knew that we had to get it. My daughter who is almost five was so excited to try this since she loves anything chocolate peanut butter flavored. This pie is amazing, and has such a rich flavor. My absolute favorite thing about these pies from Edwards Baking Company is that there is no baking, all that is required is thawing and then it is ready to be sliced and eaten! During the holiday season I am constantly using my oven for desserts and large meals, these make the perfect Christmas dessert because I don't have to worry about how I am going to get dessert baked and cook my Christmas dinner at the same time!

Visit Edwards website to learn more about their flavors and find a retailer near you! http://www.edwardsdesserts.com/

Like Edwards desserts on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/edwardsdesserts



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The 12 Days of Edwards

On the first day of Christmas
Edwards gave to me 
A single serving of glee

On the second day of Christmas
Edwards gave to me
Two Turtle Pies
And a single serving of glee

On the third day of Christmas
Edwards gave to me
Three Key Lime Singles 
And a single serving of glee

On the fourth day of Christmas
Edwards gave to me
Four tasty layers
Three Key Lime Singles
Two Turtle Pies
And a single serving of glee

On the fifth day of Christmas
Edwards gave to me
Five Hershey's Creme pies
Four tasty layers
Three Key Lime Singles
Two Turtle Pies 
And a single serving of glee

On the sixth day of Christmas
Edwards gave to me
Six pies a-drizzling
Five Hershey's Creme Pies
Four Tasty layers
Three Key Lime Singles
Two Turtle Pies
And a single serving of glee

On the seventh day of Christmas
Edwards gave to me
Seven days enjoying
Six pies a-drizzling
Five Hershey's Creme Pies
Four tasty layers
Three Key Lime Singles
Two Turtle Pies
And a single serving of glee

On the eighth day of Christmas
Edwards gave to me
Eight ways a-slicing
Seven days enjoying
Six pies a-drizzling
Five Hershey's Creme Pies
Four tasty layers
Three Key Lime Singles
Two Turtle Pies
And a single serving of glee

On the ninth day of Christmas
Edwards gave to me
Nine minutes indulging
Eight ways a-slicing
Seven days enjoying
Six pies a-drizzling
Five Hershey's Creme Pies
Four tasty layers
Three Key Lime Singles
Two Turtle Pies
And a single serving of glee

On the tenth day of Christmas
Edwards gave to me
Ten pies for-tasting
Nine minutes indulging
Eight ways a-slicing
Seven days enjoying
Six pies a-drizzling
Five Hershey's Creme Pies
Four tasty layers
Three Key Lime Singles
Two Turtle Pies
And a single serving of glee

On the eleventh day of Christmas
Edwards gave to me
Eleven cookies crumbling
Ten pies for-tasting
Nine minutes indulging
Eight ways a-slicing
Seven days enjoying
Six pies a-drizzling
Five Hershey's Creme Pies
Four tasty layers
Three Key Lime Singles
Two Turtle Pies
And a single serving of glee

On the twelfth day of Christmas
Edwards gave to me
Twelve creme pies thawing
Eleven cookies crumbling
Ten pies for-tasting
Nine minutes indulging
Eight ways a-slicing
Seven days enjoying
Six pies a-drizzling
Five Hershey's Creme Pies
Four tasty layers
Three Key Lime Singles
Two Turtle Pies
And a single serving of glee

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