Everyone in New Hampshire loves apple pie. On a cool fall day it’s the perfect dessert. There’s nothing better than a freshly baked apple pie heaped with vanilla ice cream. Whether you prefer your pie mile high or like a traditional apple crumble, we’ve got you covered.
1. Saxy Chef, Antrim
The Saxy Chef Bakery, led by owner Aubrey Saxton, makes apple pie with a little added surprise: think cinnamon swirl crust or additional fillings like apple, blood orange, and fig pie. Or course, the Saxy Chef also does traditional, and her pies have been called the best in the state.
2. The Pie Guy, Manchester
The Pie Guy makes pies in small handmade batches, delivering you an apple pie you won't forget.
3. Beaver Pond Farm, Newport
If you can't have a homemade pie, a pie from Beaver Pond Farm is pretty close! This tiny farm stand packs some big taste!
4. The Black Forest Cafe & Bakery, Amherst
The Black Forest Cafe has great apple pie, but is also well-known for its kolaches. These pastries with a dab of fruit in the middle are super popular elsewhere, but hard to find in New Hampshire. Once you try one you'll wonder why!
5. Lou's Restaurant and Bakery, Hanover
Lou's has a long history of providing sweet treats to Dartmouth College students. Try a pie, or the amazing apple strudel.
6. Stonehouse Baking Company, Barrington
Stonehouse makes a traditional apple pie, but don't let that dissuade you. Once you bite into this classical treat you won't want anything else.
7. Sweet Melissa's Kitchen, Madbury
Melissa bakes an amazing apple pie. Choose from an old fashioned apple or a New England crips, with an flaky oatmeal crust!