Baker’s Treat Apple Pie + Baker’s Treat Cherry Pie

When you think of pie — as in apple, cherry, pumpkin — you might think of one of two things. You might think about an actual round pie, like the ones you have around the holidays. Those pies could be made from scratch, or they could be cooked up using an assortment of pre-made crust and filling, but the end result is a dessert cut up into roughly eight wedges and served to family and friends.

Alternatively, if you’re a fast food regular, or just a grocery shopper with a sweet tooth, you might think of a somewhat different kind of pie: a small rectangular folded pastry — available in little boxes at McDonald’s or in the grocery store — that can be eaten at room temperature or lightly microwaved and consumed as a self-contained, single-serve dessert.

This is the story of pie #2.

Baker's Treat PieBaker’s Treat Apple Pie and Baker’s Treat Cherry Pie are Regular Buys, which means you can typically find them on store shelves year-round. We often find them in Aldi’s first row, sitting at room temperature among the cookies and such. At the time of this post, the pies are a mere 45 cents apiece.

You can eat them straight out of the box, although the box also gives instructions for microwaving them, which we recommend. That part is easy, too: simply place the unopened box in the microwave, heat for 15-20 seconds, then remove the pie from the box and eat.

The result is a sweet, pretty tasty dessert.

Baker's Treat Pie Baker's Treat PieWe tried both the apple pie and the cherry pie. Our testers unanimously liked the apple pie. They were a little more divided on the cherry pie, although most of us liked that, too.

So, the nutrition information … yeah, about that …

Baker's Treat Pie

Nutrition and ingredients. (Click to enlarge.)

These are absurdly bad for you. They’re loaded with calories, fat, sugar, sodium, and a host of ingredients that scream processed. We knew it wasn’t good when we realized that the four of us each got 1/4 of each pie, and that still came out to almost 200 calories. For basically two bites.

The Verdict:

They taste really good, and they’re really bad for you. And they’re cheap. We’ll let you decide if they’re worth the devil’s bargain.

About Joshua

Joshua is the Co-founder of Aldi Reviewer. He is also a writer and novelist. You can learn more about him at


  1. Neil Cadwallader

    Ours are 50 cents and don’t come in a box. They’re just in a paper/plastic wrapper.

  2. I buy them – try to get a case at a time and take them to homeless shelter. Though I might save one or two for my self if I can get more than a case. They still cost 45 cents in May 2021.

  3. They are really good. Moist and delicious. The Apple is my favorite. I haven’t tried them heated but they are great right now From the box .

  4. By far the best pre-made apple pie I’ve ever had.

  5. I’m glad other people had a good experience because mine was horrid. I had the apple, maybe it was from a bad batch. When I had I mouthful of the filling, I had to spit it out. It tasted weird, artificial, almost stinging, and wayyyy too sweet.

  6. What’s the expiry date , do they have a long shelf life

  7. I love these to death…will probably be mine…lol! Apple ~ my only favorite, with just the right touch of cinnamon…umm. Bought ten at a time!
    Sadly I had to stop buying them because the price has just about doubled as of 2023.

    • If the Aldi pies have doubled in price since this post was published, that would put them around 90 cents per serving. The name-brand Hostess pies are currently $1.68 at Walmart. That still makes the Aldi pies the better deal. You’ll have a hard time finding a lower price elsewhere.

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