If you’re a dessert fan, then you might be curious. Even if you aren’t, hearing about a collaboration between a pie company and a cheese company is interesting news. I don’t know about you, but I saw that, and I was frankly confused yet intrigued.
Apple pie is one of the most American foods out there and adding cheese on top is something I’ve never once thought about. Even so, it’s been done since the 1800s so I’m sure there are a lot of people out there who enjoy it or who are willing to give it a try.
Thankfully, Kraft knows the demand and decided to introduce a new collaboration with Little Pie Company given that the 4th of July is coming up.
Kraft Singles x Little Pie Company team up with a savory and sweet treat.
Whether you’ve tried American cheese on apple pie or not, these two brands are making it easy to give it a taste. Beginning today, you can now try the Kraft Singles Apple Pie which is exactly as it sounds.
As shared by the rep, “The Kraft Singles Apple Pie is a one-of-a-kind pie featuring hand-cut golden delicious apples mixed with cinnamon, nutmeg, light brown sugar and of course, melty Kraft Singles baked within. Each 5” pie is topped with a delicious Kraft Single, resulting in a dessert that is both intriguing and mouthwatering.” Whether you’re new to putting cheese on apple pie or want to try something new, Kraft Singles and Little Pie Company are making it easier for us.
If you’re in the New York City area or plan on visiting soon, you can head to the Little Pie Company store or you can order it via GoldBelly. The single pies begin at $10.95 while the GoldBelly price is $42.95 which includes a recipe card, 2 pies, and 2 packs of Kraft Singles. All in all, it’s a bit pricey but if you can’t be there, you have to bring the treats to you.
There is nothing more American than apple pie and American cheese so there’s no reason why these two items wouldn’t come together. Even though I’ve never tried, I can confidently say I love Kraft Singles so I don’t think there’s much these squares can’t improve including apple pie.
What do you think, Guilty Eaters? Will you be trying this new collaboration from Kraft Singles x Little Pie Company?