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Are you a cake or pie person?

Can you tell we were hungry when we wrote this poll question? Mmmm! If you had to choose between cake or pie, which would you choose to eat?

If you were at a birthday party, say, and they had a pie and a cake, which one would you ask for a slice of? Or would you ask for a slice of both? Or perhaps you don’t have a sweet tooth and you’d just rather go back for dinner seconds.

We’d probably take a slice of both. Life is short, right? OK, now we’ve got to stop thinking about desserts and get back to work (yeah, right, as if we ever stop thinking about desserts!). Please tell us your preference by voting in the poll below. Thanks!

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Gray
1 year ago

Was all for pie until I discovered wife-baked cobblers. Never go back: apple-rhubard cobbler… yummy!

John Koenig
1 year ago

Being Gluten Intolerant, I have to pass on both. 🙁

Cheryl Bacon
1 year ago

A good moist cake with fresh fruit filling and fresh buttercream is the best!

Cheryl Bacon
1 year ago
Reply to  Cheryl Bacon

Oh also forgot a good Hummingbird cake or carrot cake is also high on the list!

MrDisaster
1 year ago

Both. DW doesn’t make pies. She hates to work the crust, but she makes a great crisp (apple, berry or what ever fruit is on hand). Life is good!

Roy Davis
1 year ago

My answer is dependent upon what is offered. I love carrot cake but my favourite dessert is Pecan Pie followed closely by “real” coconut cream pie. That means coconut cooked in the filling not just sprinkled on top.

Grant Graves
1 year ago

Cookie person here.

Rich
1 year ago

yes!

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RV Staff
1 year ago
Reply to  Rich

Good answer, Rich! Me too!! (I’m an equal opportunity dessert person.) 😀 —Diane at RVtravel.com

Jeff Craig
1 year ago

Carrot Cake, German Chocolate, Cake, Coconut Cake/Creme Pie, Key Lime Pie, Pecan Pie, most any fruit cobbler….

Life is a banquet and most poor slobs are starving to death!

Gene Bjerke
1 year ago

It depends on which one has the most chocolate.

CynSan
1 year ago
Reply to  Gene Bjerke

Best answer!!

Tom
1 year ago

If it was Lemon meringue then pie would be the choice. A slice of pie and cake would never be turned down.

dave
1 year ago

As a diabetic, I wanted to say neither, but hey, I know me best. “Just give me a piece of pie and nobody gets hurt”

Linda
1 year ago
Reply to  dave

You can still eat awesome desserts using Swerve, allulose, monk fruit or other sweeteners that do not spike blood sugar. I made a peach cobbler that was better than my mom’s regular sugar laden one. 🤫 I didn’t tell her that though. Look up Keto desserts.

Jim Knoch
1 year ago

Being a diabetic, I would settle for a meat pie! I sure loved those “Hubigs” fried and frosted lemon pies they used to make in New Orleans!

Allen
1 year ago

Make mine pecan or Key lime, PLEASE 🙂

Jim
1 year ago

I’m not a big sweet eater so I seldom have either. Now, put something salty in front of me and look out. Remember that Lays Potato Chip ad “Bet you can’t eat just one”? That was written with me in mind!!

Fred
1 year ago

I like both but eat a lot more pies. I won the Michigan Apple Growers “Best Apple Pie in the State of Michigan” pie baking contest in 2008. It was the first time I had entered any food preparation contest. I used my father’s recipe, which he frequently made for family gatherings, & passed on to me when he could no longer make it.
Here’s the link to the recipe
My Father’s Apple Pie > Michigan Apple Committee (michiganapples.com)

Last edited 1 year ago by Fred
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1 year ago
Reply to  Fred

Way cool! Thanks, Fred. I’ve printed up the recipe (thank you for sharing it!) and am going to try it sometime. Take care, and Happy St. Patrick’s Day! 😀 —Diane at RVtravel.com

Tommy Molnar
1 year ago

We discovered peanut butter pie while down in Houston. A friend said we had to try it! We did, and now I’m a huge fan. My wife picked out a recipe (out of hundreds that showed up in a web search!) and made it in our trailer. Fabulous. Of course, I’m one who believes that peanut butter improves whatever it is slathered on.

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1 year ago
Reply to  Tommy Molnar

I agree, Tommy! And my dad used to eat PB straight out of the jar “to get a little extra protein” in his diet. 😀 Happy St. Patrick’s Day! —Diane at RVtravel.com

Tommy Molnar
1 year ago
Reply to  RV Staff

Diane, I still do that! Doesn’t everyone?

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RV Staff
1 year ago
Reply to  Tommy Molnar

Well, yeah, Tommy. Now that you mention it (raises hand). 😆 Have a great day! —Diane at RVtravel.com

Neal Davis
1 year ago

I said “both,” but my decision really depends on the pie filling and the type of cake. Also, I don’t care much for pastry, so my ideal pie only has a pastry bottom.

Thomas Boltik
1 year ago

Cheesecake. Its why you carry a knife!

Dick & Sandy from near Buffalo, NY now in Florida
1 year ago

I’m a Boston Cream Pie person which is a Cake more than a Pie so I chose both.

Stay safe, Stay well, Safe travels.

Jim Barry
1 year ago

Fireball Apple Pie and Angel Food Cake

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