Industry News | August 30, 2017

Your Pie's Next Innovation: The Loaded Baked Potato Pie

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Your Pie continues its legacy of creating innovative flavor combinations by transforming one of America’s favorite seasonal comfort foods into a personal pizza as part of its latest Craft Series menu. The Loaded Baked Potato Pie will be available in participating stores from August 30 through November 7.

The pie will feature fresh, top quality Idaho potatoes, courtesy of the Idaho Potato Commission, as well as bacon, chives, white cheddar cheese and a sour cream drizzle, all on a base made with Your Pie’s famous homemade ranch dressing. Like all Your Pie pizzas, the Loaded Baked Potato Pie features hand-tossed dough and is baked to order in a brick oven, true to Your Pie’s Italian tradition. Alongside the Loaded Baked Potato Pie, Your Pie will also feature Dogfish Head as its brewing partner and introduce Caramel Cookie Crunch gelato to its Craft Series menu.

“The Loaded Baked Potato Pie captures all of the feelings and flavors of fall,” said Your Pie Founder and President Drew French. “This particular Craft Series offering is extra special to us because it was invented by our Roswell, Ga., franchisees and voted on by our entire system at last year’s annual Franchise Fest. We are excited to share their unique and tasty creation with the entire 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 pizza creations like the Slider Pie, a spin on the classic American cheeseburger; the fan favorite Peach Proscuitto Pie, which features fresh peaches, prosciutto and a honey balsamic glaze; and the Fresh Fiesta Pie—a deconstructed take on guacamole.

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