On the off chance you have any EDWARDS® dessert leftovers, for best results, cover any remaining portion and store in your refrigerator for up to 3 days. While technically you could re-freeze leftover dessert, we don’t recommend it as the pie may fall apart due to the frost/thaw cycle (same kind of thing as potholes in the road).
Please thaw EDWARDS® desserts in your refrigerator. Thawing at room temperature is not food safe. Be cool; be safe!
No. We’re proud to use our very own, freshly baked cookies to create the unique crumbled cookie crusts for most of our pies and cheesecakes. Like many cookies you’d bake at home, our recipe uses wheat flour, which naturally contains gluten. The extra flaky pastry crust we use in our EDWARDS® Georgia Style Pecan Pie also contains gluten.
Sorry to disappoint, but yes. All currently available EDWARDS® desserts are listed on edwardsdesserts.com. If a flavor isn't on the website, that flavor has gone to the big freezer in the sky. If it’s shown on the website, but you can’t find it in your local grocer’s freezer, please contact us.
Although we’re unable to give coupons out on request, you can often find EDWARDS® desserts on sale at your local grocery store. For a chance to win free EDWARDS® dessert coupons, follow us on social media and enter one of our frequent sweepstakes.
Safety first! Yes, any of our desserts that contain eggs use pasteurized eggs.
To ensure quality, consistency, and safety, EDWARDS® desserts are professionally baked in state-of-the-art facilities. We have procedures in place to avoid cross-contact or contamination with allergens that are not present in our desserts.