Fried Pies: Made in Oklahoma!

If you are a bit peckish and in the mood for a light snack while driving along I-35 S on your way to Dallas or  I-35 N heading towards Oklahoma City, make sure you take Exit 51 in Davis, OK.

Here you will see a big sign that leads you towards a great fantastic discovery. The Original Fried Pies. 

Imagine having to decide between Apple Pie, Peach Pie, Coconut Pie, Chocolate Pie, Pizza Style Pie, Vanilla Pie, Pecan Pie, Tex mex Pie, Comfort Food Pie, Cherry Pie and the list goes on and on.

 

You will find fried pies cooking, their smell wafting through the store like perfume, enticing you to the counter for you to marvel at the array of pies still warm and fresh, flaky and buttery. One bite into any pie and you will wish you ordered pies by the dozen. One pie is simply not enough.

The prices area reasonable and very good for any budget traveler.

I certainly satisfied my cravings as I headed down to Dallas with an Apple Pie and on my way back to Oklahoma City with a Peach Pie. Don’t forget to stop and get yourself some pie. Your tummy will thank you.

 

Don’t be surprised if the resident pet comes out to say hello and share it’s gratitude.

If you are in Oklahoma City, you can find another Fried Pie location on NW 50th and Portland. Other Locations can be found in Texas and Arkansas too. The Oklahoma City location offers the same pies that are just as delicious as the ones in Davis, OK described above.  I have eaten the Tex Mex here and Hubbie has had the Pizza Style pie. Even though we had to wait, it was worth the time. The pies came pipping hot and were simply delicious. The pies were enough for our late lunch and certainly good enough that we vowed to return.

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3 CommentsLeave a comment

  1. Thanks Jen @ http://en.gravatar.com/jenmaaninamman for liking my post. I love your travel and cooking stories.

  2. Man that pie certainly looks crispy crunch and juicy. Will definitely stop by that shop if over in oklahoma.

    • Thanks Mark for commenting on the famous Oklahoma pies. Would love to learn how to make pastries. Do you have any recipes? Seems like I will be following this blog from now on.


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