You Need To Try These Little Blueberry Pies in East Van

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With this weather we’ve been having it’s easy to be fooled into thinking that summer has arrived. This is especially true when the French sisters at The Pie Shoppe start whipping out adorable little organic blueberry pies like these. We took four of the sweet and flaky bursts of deliciousness home over the weekend to finish our first BBQ of the season and they did not disappoint.

We’re hoping they’ll be making more on the regular. I know they do larger blueberry pies, but these little ones were absolutely new to me, just like their newly refreshed interior, which is the silver lining result of some unfortunate flood trouble they endured over the winter. If you haven’t been in for a look yet, here’s just a glimpse of the great job they did.


The Pie Shoppe
Expect housemade ice cream, weekly coffee roasting, savoury take home pies and a broader sweet pie menu, community art gallery and plenty of seats. Visit SCOUT profile.
Neighbourhood: East Vancouver
1875 Powell St. | 604-338-6646 | WEBSITE

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