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7 Houston-area restaurants, bakeries with autumn desserts to fall for this season

Stock image of pumpkin pecan pie.
Stock image of pumpkin pecan pie. (Stephanie Ortiz via Pixabay.com)

HOUSTON – Fall is finally around the corner, and so are the seasonal treats.

Although it’s still warm in September, it’s not too early to anticipate the shorter days and cooler nights, and maybe breaking out a sweater or two. Many restaurants and bakeries in the Houston-area are also getting into the fall spirit by creating special seasonal desserts to celebrate the upcoming cool weather.

If you’re in the mood to try out some sweet desserts to celebrate fall, here’s a list of places to to try some sweetness.

Flying Saucer Pie Co.

Address: 436 Crosstimbers, Houston

If you see long lines on Crosstimbers during fall holidays every year, that means Flying Saucer’s home-style pies are made to order, especially their pumpkin, coconut cream, and pecan pies. It’s a must-have for Houstonians!

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Posted by Flying Saucer Pie Company on Tuesday, August 25, 2020

Ooh La La Dessert Boutique

Address: Multiple locations

September’s cupcake of the month is the Cinnamon Cupcake with apple-flavored buttercream, a delicacy made for fall. Houstonians also crave their pumpkin cheesecake which is now available.

House of Pies

Address: Multiple locations

A slice of pie sounds good with some coffee, especially their buttermilk, pumpkin, and sweet potato pies. Grab a slice or get a whole pie this fall season.

Crumbl Cookies

Address: 5103 Bellaire Suite 140, Bellaire

Crumbl’s menu changes every week, so check for flavors! Featuring this week are the Salted Caramel Cheesecake and Nutella Sea Salt cookies.

Three Brothers Bakery

Address: Multiple locations

A Houstonian staple for over 60 years, Three Brothers Bakery never fails to impress. Its cake menu features a ‘turducken’-style cake called the “Pumpceapple Piecake,” which is an infusion of pumpkin pie in a pumpkin spice cake, chocolate pecan pie, and apple pie in spice-flavored cake!

Pumpceapple Piecake from Three Brothers Bakery
Pumpceapple Piecake from Three Brothers Bakery (Photo courtesy of Three Brothers Bakery)

Dolce Neve

Address: 4721 N. Main, Houston

September and seasonal favorites are beginning to roll out at one of Heights' most popular Gelato spots. Gelato flavors include Pecan and Honey, Whiskey and Pecan, and Cassata. Be sure to preorder the special gelato cakes,

Dish Society

Address: Multiple locations

Fried apple pie? Seasonal cheesecake? Yes please!

What places do you recommend that serve some sweet fall treats? Let us know in the comments below and we will add to the list!


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