If You Ordered This Dessert, Throw It Out Now

Amanda McDonald
·2 min read

Legendary Baking is voluntarily recalling more than 2,000 French Silk Pies sold at some Village Inn restaurants over a possible undeclared pecan allergen. Caramel Pecan Silk Supreme pies may have been mistakenly packaged in the containers, which did not reveal the presence of nuts. Anyone with a pecan allergy could potentially have a serious allergic reaction if they unknowingly consume the nuts.

Up to 330 of the recalled pies aren't accounted for at this time, according to the recall notice. They were delivered to Village Inn restaurants in Arizona, Arkansas, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, and Wyoming. All of the impacted restaurants have been informed about the recall, and no illnesses have been reported. (Avoid food poisoning from eating out—check out the 100 Easiest Recipes You Can Make.)

Customers who have a pie or slices of pie at home with the Lot Code CH20322CPS printed on the side of the tin are encouraged to immediately discard the products. If you purchased pie in retail cases or as slices at any Village Inn in other states like Alaska, Colorado, Florida, New Mexico, Oregon, Texas, Virginia, and Washington, it is safe to enjoy. No other products or lot codes were affected by this issue.

Village Inn is known for its pies, including flavors such as Pumpkin, Key Lime, Cherry, and Banana Cream. When you dine in, you can even get a free slice every Wednesday with the purchase of an entrée.

While you're off over the holidays, it's a better time than ever to bake your own pie! Try our recipes for The Best-Ever Apple Pie Recipe or Healthier Triple Coconut Cream Pie.

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