Our Pies


We believe pies should be good for you, so we craft each gourmet handheld pie with real food sources from people and places we trust.

In New Zealand we don't use words like organic or natural, we just call it food. It should be a given that ingredients come from humane and sustainable sources. 

Our pastry is handmade using 100% pure butter, non-GMO and unbleached flour baked to a crisp, succulent golden crust. Our pastry has altitude, crafted and mastered in Boulder, Colorado to provide you with the ultimate finished pie. 

Tip Top Pies are individual 5" round and built to travel! Pack them for a hike, lunch, a day on the mountain, or anytime you fancy a pie.


Our Flavours

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Free range scrambled egg, Boulder bacon, Monterrey Jack & cheddar cheese: $7.00

Free range scrambled egg, Boulder sausage, Monterrey jack & cheddar cheese: $7.00

Free range scrambled egg, Green chili, Monterrey jack & cheddar cheese: $7.00

We love a good curry. Our veggie version delights the senses with spices galore. Cauliflower, chickpeas and onions are slow-simmered in a creamy tomato-based sauce cooked to perfection with love: $8.00

These pasty-like pockets of goodness are full of silky, delicious bechamel sauce, lots and lots of cheddar cheese, and of course, noodles. Our nippers have the “three C’s” of any great food — cheesy, creamy, and comforting: $4.00

Our mushroom pie is a pie for the meat-lovers. Yes, you heard right! We go through a multi-step process of sauteing, de-glazing then simmering. The outcome is the most mushroomy-flavored pie ever: $8.50

A classic picnic pie. Our pork is dry-rubbed and slow braised with onions in a rich broth, then hand-pulled and simmered for a few hours in a classic BBQ sauce and topped with baked beans: $8.50

This hearty, yet bright and summery country dish from the Provence region of France is a mix of seasonal summer veggies: cherry tomatoes, zucchini, peppers, onion, eggplant, garlic, spices, and olive oil with fresh, light ricotta cheese: $8.50

A traditional recipe made using Boulder Sausage wrapped in our all-butter pastry: $4.50

A new twist on our sausage rolls with some extra Southwestern flavor. Our authentic recipe is blended with Hatch green chiles direct from New Mexico’s Hatch Valley, creating a delectable and unique combination of flavors: $4.50

The definitive pie, the name speaks for itself. Slow-braised using Colorado beef, local hand-crafted ale, peas, carrots, and scratch-made gravy, creating the ultimate, flavorful bad ass pie: $8.50

A classic New Zealand Favorite! Slow-cooked steak in a killer gravy topped with sharp white cheddar: $8.50

Mind your peas and carrots! Our take on the classic chicken pot pie — the difference is our pie actually has chicken in it. It’s not all white gravy with a few bits of veg thrown in! Try the best, ditch the rest: $8.50

Seasonal Flavours

These pies are currently out-of-season for us, but they may make another appearance in the fall and winter months!

Chicken breast and cremini mushrooms in a scratch-made béchamel: $8.50

Every mouthful of this silky-textured pie will leave you wanting another bite. Sauteed spinach, caramelized onion and mozzarella cheese make foe a delightful trio in this very posh pie: $8.00

Pie Reheating & Storage Instructions

Keep Frozen until ready to use. Pies keep for three months frozen and three days defrost in refrigerator.

Keep in mind every oven and microwave can be a bit different, this is a guide to help you out.

Frozen Pies

From FROZEN there are a few different ways to reheat the pies. The inside temperature of the pie should reach 165℉.

Reheat pie in a 350-365℉ oven for about 40 minutes or until inside is at or above 165℉.


Defrost in the microwave on a microwave safe plate for about 5 minutes then bake in a 350℉ oven for about 20 minutes or until inside is at or above  165℉.

Refrigerated Pies

From REFRIGERATED, heat in a 350℉ oven for about 25 minutes or until the inside temperature is at or above 165℉.


Microwave the pie on a microwave safe plate for 3 minutes, let stand for 1 minute. Cooking instructions were developed using a 1100 watt microwave.


Gluten Free Pies are not being produced at this time. We are asked repeatedly if we make GF Pies . For now, the answer is no because we do not manufacturer in a GF facility. As we grow, if there is a possibility of us opening up a manufacturing space with a sealed, approved GF space we will certainly consider it.

Vegan Pies are coming soon! We are working on crating Vegan pastry and Vegan filling- as soon as the Chef is happy with her recipes they will be available. (When Chef is happy, we’re all happy.)