Sweet pies await customers on May 17, at the Pie Dive Bar in Snohomish. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Sweet pies await customers on May 17, at the Pie Dive Bar in Snohomish. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Order your Thanksgiving pie ASAP from these Snohomish County bakeries

It’s already time to get your Thanksgiving dessert orders in.

Correction: A previous version of this story noted that Totem Diner was selling pie for this Thanksgiving. The Everett diner is not selling holiday pies this year.

There’s no need for any dis-pie-etude this Thanksgiving.

While that pun may have hurt, there is no greater pain than opening your oven to a burned pumpkin pie, or biting into a soggy crust. Sometimes it’s best to leave dessert up to the experts. We’re sharing our running list of Snohomish County bakeries offering Thanksgiving pie pre-orders. Check out their pricing, pickup options, ordering deadlines and more below.

Our recommendation? Get your order in ASAP.

Grain Artisan Bakery, Snohomish

This gluten-free bakery in downtown Snohomish also lists which pies are vegan, gluten-free and paleo. Thanksgiving pies include maple pumpkin, PNW mixed berry streusel, sea salted caramel apple, bourbon pecan and caramel apple pies. Each deep dish pie comes in a reusable glass Pyrex dish that you can return in exchange for a deposit. Prices range from $62 to $64.

Pickup options: Grain Artisan Bakery, 717 1st St., Snohomish, on Wednesday, Nov. 23 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. OR Capitol Hill Farmers Market, E Barbara Bailey Way, Seattle, on Sunday, Nov. 20 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m..

Order by: Pre-orders must be submitted by 10 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 13. Order by this deadline to avoid long lines on a first come, first serve basis.

Ordering website: grainartisanbakery.square.site/thanksgiving

Contact: 360-799-6822

Pie Dive Bar, Snohomish

Grab an Old Fashioned when you pick up your pie order at this cozy dive bar in downtown Snohomish. Flavors include chocolate bourbon pecan, sour cherry pastry and chicken pot pie. Prices range from $25 for classic pumpkin pie to $45 for their signature Thanksgiving pie (with turkey, cranberries, rosemary potatoes and stuffing, this is literally Thanksgiving in a pie).

Pickup options: Pie Dive Bar, 921 First Street, Snohomish, on Tuesday, Nov. 22 or Wednesday, Nov. 23.

Order by: Order soon.

Ordering Website: www.toasttab.com/pie-dive-bar/v3/

Contact: 360-568-9950

Snohomish Pie Company, Snohomish and Mountlake Terrace

Thanksgiving pies are selling out quickly at this beloved Snohomish bakery. Snohomish Pie Company keeps their website updated on what flavors have sold out, as well as availability at each location. Prices range from $27 to $30.

Pickup options: Snohomish Pie Company, 915 1st St., Snohomish, OR Snohomish Pie Company, 5602 232nd St. SW, Mountlake Terrace, on Tuesday, Nov. 22 from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. or Wednesday, Nov. 23 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Order by: Nov. 17, or while supplies last. If your desired date and time combination are not available for the pie you’re ordering, that means it has sold out. Try choosing a different date, time, and/or location.

Ordering website: shop.snohomishpieco.com

Contact: Snohomish: 360-568-3589; Mountlake Terrace: 425-582-8018

Pisces Pies Baking Company, Everett

The Everett bakery has Thanksgiving specials on apple, pecan and pumpkin pies, at $25 for a 10-inch deep dish pie. More flavors are available, as well as gluten-free options for 10-inch pies. Prices range from $25 to $75 for specialties like lingonberry. Please note: Pisces Pies is not open yet as a brick and mortar.

Pickup options: Boujee Ranch, 7109 Schloman Rd, Arlington, on Sunday, Nov. 20; OR Pisces Pies Baking Company, 1502 Rucker Ave., Everett on Tuesday, Nov. 22.

Order by: Pre-orders must be submitted by Saturday, Nov. 19.

Ordering Website: www.piscespies.com/bakery/

Contact: 360-572-1270

Choux Choux Bakery, Everett

Thanksgiving options at this charming Everett bakery include pumpkin and pecan pies, brown butter cranberry tartlet, adorable mini pies, delicata squash pull-apart rolls and more. Prices range from $6 for a tartlet to $30 for a full pie.

Pickup options: Choux Choux Bakery, 2900 Grand Ave, Everett, on Wednesday, Nov. 23 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Order by: Order soon.

Ordering website: chouxchouxbakery.shopsettings.com/

Contact: 425-322-5805

South Fork Baking Co., Everett

Choose from chocolate pecan, apple crumble or mini pie 4-pack, as well as butter flake dinner rolls (eight for $16) and sage bagel stuffing. More options available on their website. Prices range from $10 to $30.

Pickup options: Petrikor, 2816 Rucker Ave., Everett on Wednesday, Nov. 23 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Order by: Pre-order deadline is Tuesday, Nov. 22 or until capacity is reached.

Ordering website: southforkbaking.com/pre-order

Contact: email southforkbakingco@gmail.com

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