Industry News | November 6, 2017

Your Pie Introduces Roasted Butternut Squash Pizza

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Your Pie’s newest seasonal Craft Series puts an innovative twist on a cold weather classic. Its latest offering, the Roasted Butternut Squash Pie, will be available in participating stores from November 8 through January 2.

The pie will feature a base of sweet and spicy ricotta, topped with a blend of mozzarella and feta cheeses, sweet peppadew peppers, bacon, basil and roasted butternut squash harvested at the peak of freshness. Like all Your Pie pizzas, the Roasted Butternut Squash Pie is made with hand-tossed dough and baked to order in a brick oven, per Italian tradition. This season, Your Pie will also offer Crème Brûlée gelato, made with rich vanilla custard and a crisp layer of caramelized sugar, as well as craft brews from Terrapin Brewing Co.

“The Roasted Butternut Squash Pie highlights the sweet, nutty flavors of winter squash alongside a dynamic blend of cheeses and toppings,” says Your Pie founder and president Drew French. “We’re always looking for new ways to feature fresh, seasonal vegetables on our pies, and we spent several hours in the test kitchen perfecting this particular combination. The Roasted Butternut Squash Pie includes some of our favorite cold-weather flavors, and we can’t wait to share it with the Your Pie Family.”

The Craft Series has been a seasonal feature of the Your Pie menu since the brand’s inception in 2008 and today features five flavorful and seasonally focused pizzas each year. The Craft Series has featured popular creations like the Chicken and Waffle Pie, a sweet-and-savory take on the brunch classic; the fan favorite Peach Prosciutto Pie, which features fresh peaches, prosciutto and a honey balsamic glaze; and most recently, the Loaded Baked Potato Pie—a spin on a traditional fall comfort food.

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