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Chef Daryl's Bean Pie & Cobbler Bundle

$47.70 $52.99
$47.70 $52.99you save $5.29

This Bundle will include:

  • Two Chef Daryl's Original bean pies (medium pies) 
  • Two Chef Daryl's Peach cobblers

Bean Pies: up to 16 servings | Peach Cobbler: 4 servings, per bundle.

Our bean pies are prepared ready to eat! We use navy beans, butter vanilla, organic cane sugar, cage-free eggs, milk, cinnamon, and a little nutmeg. Made from scratch using all natural ingredients.

Please store pie into the refrigerator until it's time to be served. 

Peach Cobbler, just like grandma use to make!

The sweet aroma of peaches, cinnamon, nutmeg, and vanilla, lingered throughout the lobby of Chef Daryl's restaurant. Customers lined up to get our delicious golden brown peach cobbler made the old fashioned way. Our delicious peach cobbler is one grandma would be proud to call her own!

Optional: Try our desserts warm with vanilla ice cream or whipped cream! 

Peach Cobbler Preparation instructions

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Remove cover. Place cobbler on a baking sheet to prevent spills and bake for 15 to 20 minutes or until golden brown. Remove from the oven and allow to cool for 10 minutes before serving.

You may store cobbler in the refrigerator for up to 5 days. Due to variations in equipment and/or temperature, cooking times may require adjustments.

Ingredients: Peaches, wheat flour, butter, organic sugar, milk, vanilla extract, lemon extract, spices

Contains: Dairy, gluten

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Lip smacking Bean Pie

I simply love love, Chef Daryl's Bean pies it is the best Bean pie that I have tasted, I have tasted a few none compared.

Gay Smith
It was very good

I really like the bean pie. It wasn’t too sweet. The cobbler had a nice flavor but the best thing I really enjoyed was your garlic Parmesan sauce that was number one.


Great product

Robert LeGrand
Sooooooooo delicious pie and cobbler l mean sooooooooo delicious

I bean pie A+
Cobbler A+

Now if you baked cake let me test drive it first