1. Rolling Pin Bakery, Glasgow

104 Market Street • 660-338-0800 • On Facebook as Rolling Pin Bakery

Autumn Must-Try: Dutch Apple ($15)

What Makes It Special: The crumble topping is a hit on this one, but owner Jeremy Sayler says the homerun for customers is the bakery’s signature flaky crust.

Back For Seconds: Don’t miss out on the Strawberry Rhubarb or the Coconut Cream with meringue. Coconut Cream Pie is the bakery’s all-time most popular pie, and Jeremy has been making it since Rolling Pin opened 12 years ago.

Delivers? Nope, must pick up in Glasgow.

2. The Pie Box, Springfield

417-886-4PIE (4743) • MyPieBox.com

Autumn Must-Try: Peanut Butter Crunch Pie ($15.95)

What Makes It Special: You’ll never guess the secret ingredient in this crunchy filling: Cheese Puffs! Paired with a dark chocolate crust, this 10-inch pie has a texture resembling a Butterfinger bar, just in time for Halloween.

Back For Seconds: Try the pumpkin variation of the crunch pie, which is offered around Thanksgiving. The bakery also offers gluten-free and sugar-free options and 3-inch Sweeties, mini pies you can order by the dozen.

Delivers? Each order ships within 48 hours to Springfield and surrounding areas.

3. The Blue Owl Restaurant and Bakery, Kimmswick

6116 Second Street • 636-464-3128 • TheBlueOwl.com

Autumn Must-Try: Levee High Caramel Apple Pecan ($59.95)

What Makes It Special: This pie weighs in at a whopping 9 pounds and uses a total of 18 apples, along with caramel and pecans. The apples are sliced and layered to create a sweet mountain.

Back For Seconds: Consider the Butterscotch Pecan or Layered Pumpkin for twists on Thanksgiving classics. Pies are 9 inches with varying heights; 5-inch minis are also available.

Delivers? You betcha.

4. Peggy Jean’s Pies, Columbia

3601 Buttonwood Drive, Suite E • 573-447-PIES (7437) • PJPies.com

Autumn Must-Try: Dutch Apple ($17.75)

What Makes It Special: This made-from-scratch ooey goodness has just the right touch of cinnamon and nutmeg with a crumbly topping of brown sugar, fl our, and butter.

Back For Seconds: Owner Rebecca Miller’s favorite is the German Chocolate Pie. Highlighted by coconut and pecans, the recipe is courtesy of Rebecca’s mother and co-owner, Jeanne Plumley. Pies come in three sizes: 9-inch regular, 5-inch babies, and 3-inch tarts.

Delivers? Packs of six Jelly Jar Pies ship out each Wednesday. Place your order by Tuesday before 3 .