ABout sedona pies

Welcome to Sedona Pies, be Happy!

We don't make your usual Pies

We offer spirited pies, all made with wine, beer and spirits.  Memorable experiences

Blissful pie
Tarts 3" Adore - peach

About Sedona Pies

Our social cause is about kindness and giving back. “Feeding the hungry one pie at a time.”

Our Pies

Wine pie Hello Mello pie

Wine pies

Pie made with wine this one is mixed fruit and Merlot wine. It's called Hello Mello. Sweetness #2

Beer Pies - Incredible flavors

Beer Pies

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Spirit pies

Spirited

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Client Testimonials

“Mari-Lyn’s pies are definitely not the ones you will buy in the store. They are tasty, specially made with original recipes and varieties you just won’t get anywhere else. Buy one or two or three for yourself…or as specialty gifts for clients and friends.” R. Antonio Cano ONACtivity LE
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R Antonio Cano
CEO
“Mari-Lyn has mastered what it is to create flavor, depth of creativity and of course taste in her creations. I’ve been the happy recipient of many of her baked goods and have gifted them as well, to my family and friends. I would say that she’s the best pie maker I’ve ever come across, and is sweet and smart as can be. Run, don’t walk to get her goodies, she’s a gem in her field. ” Micaela Cordoba Conscious Media Communities
Micaela
Micaela Cordoba
CEO
“Mari-Lyn creates delicious pies that have unique ingredients. She is professional and very accommodating. She is very willing to network and help you.” Jo Ellen Haniford of Paw Prints
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Our Blog

What's in season
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Mari-Lyn Harris

What’s in Season? (2023)

What’s in season (2023) isn’t just about pies it’s also about the vegetables you eat and how creative you can get about cooking them. Chestnuts are Holiday season favorite. I can’t seem to get into them, I do know many people like them for multiple purposes.. Add them to your soups, salad, entrees and desserts. Or, roasting by the fire. Apparently if you have dried

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ABout sedona pies
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Mari-Lyn Harris

Happy Holidays for 2023

Happy Holidays for 2023. Whatever your wishes, goals or intentions are for 2023, know that they are there for you. This Christmas I didn’t do any cards, gifts or… then I was going to offer pies or my usual gift baskets, then one day I said I’m not doing any baking. I’ll wait until January 2023 It was a very quiet Christmas,  I was supposed

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'Tis the Season
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Mari-Lyn Harris

‘Tis the Season

‘Tis the season for sweet treats and baking, we know that the ultimate holiday ingredient is fresh berries! Sweet, juicy, and irresistible—what’s not to love?! We want to help make spirits berry and bright this holiday season, so we’re giving our most loyal customers (like you!) your next California Giant Berry Farms strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, or blackberries for FREE! How about these Herb Rolled Goat Cheese

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9 Holiday Baking Substitutions 
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Mari-Lyn Harris

9 Holiday Baking Substitutions 

9 Holiday Baking Substitutions The following ingredients promise to be in short supply this season for various reasons, from climate change to labor shortages. Written by Kaz Weida is a senior writer at The Penny Hoarder. Fortunately, plenty of inexpensive substitutes work well in baked goods. Note: In the substitution tables below, a 1-to-1 ratio means you can keep the measurements in the recipe exactly the

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10 " pies
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Mari-Lyn Harris

A special for friends

A special for friends and past customers, offering pies as a fundraiser some of you might know of an organization that has a kitchen that I can partner with. I was talking with a friend about how I still get calls for pies or orders and unfortunately I’ve had to say sorry, not able to. She suggested that sometimes we just have to do things

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are you making jam?
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Mari-Lyn Harris

Are you making jam?

Are you making jam? It’s that time of year when we are harvesting our fruits from our gardens. Maybe even our friends gardens. This is how I made fig jam. On Sunday of the long weekend, I decided to head to my church (which is canning and baking) Most of my friends go to church and worship with their community. This is how I make

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