Kern's Kitchen

Kentucky's Most Famous Dessert
Kern's Kitchen
Oh my, I love me some Derby Pie. It's kind of like a hybrid of a pie and an overgrown chocolate chip nut cookie. Either way you slice it it is the original, and a must have at any authentic Derby Day get together.
Joe Ariel - CEO, The Marco Polo of Food

Ahh the Derby Pie… one of Kentucky’s few food treasures that isn’t all about the bourbon. And it sure isn’t missed. Today, more than half a century after the first one was pulled out of the oven, Kern’s Kitchen sells more than 100,000 pies a year. This gooey pie features rich chocolate and walnut chunks and a perfectly flaky crust. Most importantly, they’re the only ones in the country baking them. Stuffing your face with pie doesn’t get more authentic than this.

We're not the only ones who love them!

The Derby Pie has been featured in the New York Times and on Southern Living's Favorite Desserts of the South list.

Kern's Kitchen

Kentucky's Most Famous Dessert

Ahh the Derby Pie… one of Kentucky’s few food treasures that isn’t all about the bourbon. And it sure isn’t missed. Today, more than half a century after the first one was pulled out of the oven, Kern’s Kitchen sells more than 100,000 pies a year. This gooey pie features rich chocolate and walnut chunks and a perfectly flaky crust. Most importantly, they’re the only ones in the country baking them. Stuffing your face with pie doesn’t get more authentic than this.

We're not the only ones who love them!

The Derby Pie has been featured in the New York Times and on Southern Living's Favorite Desserts of the South list.