Hoosier Pie Trail
Indiana's contribution to the nation's pie mythology is sugar cream. Nowhere else will you find this deceptively simple, almost translucent pie gracing menus, bake shops and supermarkets all over the landscape. We might take our creamy, clear, melt-in your mouth pie for granted, but the taste is a revelation to foodies from other regions where chess, Osgood and shoo fly pies prevail. Sugar cream, or Hoosier Pie, is Indiana's come-home-to dessert, with cream pies and blackberry cobbler tying second place for local flavor. Fresh top quality ingredients are important, and recipes passed down as family heirlooms have slight differences. A few of these recipes have been shared, others are still a closely guarded secret.
You can find a Hoosier pie or other homemade fruit or cream pies at these local bakeries and restaurants in Indiana.
We recommend that you use an Internet mapping service for the detailed directions you might need to find the recommended restaurants and businesses.
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