It’s pumpkin pie season

Scarborough bakeries and restaurants are serving up tasty slices of the seasonal treat

Who wants some Pumpkin Pie! There are some restaurants and bakeries in Scarborough that are serving up slices.  

October is pumpkin season. They’re in our drinks, on our front porches and in our meals.

For those who are craving a good pumpkin pie, you don’t have to go far in Scarborough to find one.

For the month of October, Remezzo, Gerhard’s Café, and Montmartre are all serving slices of pumpkin pie. Café Mirage has theirs until November.

Agincourt Bakery has pumpkin tarts and cheesecakes as added treats in addition to their pie.

If you can’t get out for a slice, here’s a terrific recipe to try at home.

Creamy Pumpkin Pie 

Pumpkin Facts

  • Pumpkins are low in calories, fat and sodium and high in fibre. They are good sources of Vitamin A, Vitamin B, potassium, protein and iron.
  • The largest pumpkin ever grown weighed 1,140 pounds.
  • Pumpkins can be baked, roasted, steamed or boiled.

1 9-inch pie crust


1 can (540 ml) of E.D Smith Pumpkin Pie filling
Whipping cream


In a mixing bowl, whisk together your pumpkin puree along with the whipping cream.

Pour your mixture into the pie shell, carefully and evenly.

Heat your oven to 425 F for 15 minutes. Afterwards, reduce the ovens temperature to 375 F and bake for 30 minutes longer.

Remove your pie and let it cool on a rack.

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Here is where to find that slice of pie in Scarborough.

*Patricia Cassidy

About this article

By: Erin Cassidy
Copy editor: Theresa Spohn
Posted: Oct 22 2013 10:32 pm
Filed under: Arts & Life Food