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Pot Pie Factory founder Logan Niles. (Photo courtesy of Pot Pie Factory)

Pot Pie Factory: Kid-friendly comfort food (that comes precooked!)

Pot Pie Factory's dishes are fully cooked and easy to reheat. Bonus: They deliver!

Logan Niles began selling pot pies in January 2017 as a side gig for extra income.

“I soon realized just how much people love a good pot pie,” she says.

These days, Pot Pie Factory delights busy families with goods (available via delivery or West Seattle pickup) that are fully cooked and flash frozen, making them easy to reheat. Youngsters cherish making individual selections — “that special feeling you get when you know it’s just for you — this golden little pie.”

Niles’ favorite is the Thai Curry Seafood, but the Classic Chicken is the clear winner among both kids and adults. The newer breakfast pot pies are a hit, too.

“We truly have become a yummy melting pot here in the United States,” Niles says. “Pot pies are a delicious way to express that vast diversity. We have so much in common and food is such a beautiful, loving way to realize that while discovering new flavors and cultures.”

Published May 10, 2022

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