Preorder your prized pies ahead of Thanksgiving

Whether you’re an annual customer or looking for the first time, check out these pies you can bring to Thanksgiving made fresh by Lakeland bakers.

Overhead shot of five pumpkin pies with whipped cream dollops

The Thanksgiving Pumpkin Pie from Born and Bread Bakehouse is a classic.

Photo via @bornandbreadbakehouse

Here’s something you can be thankful for: Our list of local spots to buy your Thanksgiving pie, plus a few other treats.

Born and Bread Bakehouse, 1113 S. Florida Ave. | $36-$42 | Order ahead to impress your Thanksgiving guests with a classic pumpkin pie, brown butter apple pie, pecan pie, or a gluten-free + vegan tart cherry pie. All pies are 10 inches. Not in the mood for pie? Order a whole burnt basque cheesecake.

An olive oil cake is slathered with maple glaze and pepitas.

If you need a break from pies, try a pumpkin olive oil cake with maple glaze.

Photo via @bandidas_lkld

Bandidas, locations vary | $12-$36 | Looking for pies? The brown butter espresso pecan, and spiced plum crumble top our list. Aside from pies, Bandidas is offering pumpkin olive oil cakes with maple glaze, pistachio frangipane + pear galettes, sea salt and olive + herb focaccia slabs, and pumpkin spiced hippie scones.

A pecan pie sits on a red kitchen towel.

Nothing says Thanksgiving quite like a fresh pecan pie.

Photo via @honeycombbread

Honeycomb Bread Bakers, locations vary | $29 | Try a spin on the classics with Honeycomb’s spiced pecan pie, apple crumble pie, and pumpkin tamarind pie. Pre-orders are open until Friday, Nov. 17.

Five pies in a display case

Are you hungry for pecan, pumpkin, or something else? Head to Reececliff to try some of Lakeland’s favorite pies.

Reececliff Family Diner, 940 S. Florida Ave. | Prices vary | Did you know the same expert has been crafting Reececliff’s iconic pies for more than 50 years? Head to the diner to order one of their classic pies for your Thanksgiving table this year — we recommend the pumpkin, sweet potato, apple, or pecan.

Did we miss your favorite dish? Don’t crumble — just tell us about it so we can add it to our roundup (and our seasonal shopping list).

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