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to serve you for your Valentine's Day treats!


All Valentine's Day treats are available for pick-up only. You can pick up your treats Saturday, February 11 and Sunday, February 12 between 9am and 6pm at Jena's Kitchen.

february 11 + 12

Last day to order Valentine's Day Treats!

february 8

The Texas Two-Step Toffee

from $17.00

The Duchess - English Toffee

from $17.00


Use the code TOFFEE21 at checkout to apply the discount!

all toffee is $17 per 0.5lb or 2 - 0.5lb for $30

frequently asked questions

Our pies measure 9" in diameter, and typically serve 6 - 8 people.

What size are your pies? How many people does 1 pie serve?

Sweet J’s products may contain or come in contact with dairy, wheat, soy, tree nuts, nuts, gluten and other allergens. People with food allergies or sensitivities are strongly advised against placing an order. We are not liable for any food allergies/sensitive related issues.

Do I need to be worried about any allergies?

2904 San Medina Ave
Dallas, TX 75228

pie pick-up information

jena's kitchen

february 11 & 12, 2022

from 9am to 6pm only!

We serve our pies at room 
temperature, so you are welcome to keep them on a cool counter, out of direct heat. If you won't be serving your pies for a day or two, you can also keep them in the refrigerator (in the box is fine).
Our pies are best stored in the refrigerator and eaten within 2 days of purchase. However, they can be refrigerated for up to 5 days.

How long do your pies keep? What's the best way to store them?

pie care + instructions

While we do recommend eating our pies fresh and within a few days of purchasing, many of our pies are suitable for freezing.

​For proper freezing, tightly wrap the pie in plastic wrap twice. When you're ready to thaw, unwrap the pie and allow it to thaw in the refrigerator for 8 hours. See below for heating instructions.

Can I freeze my pie?

As a general rule, pies with meringue topping, chess pies, and custard pies are not recommended for serving warm (they will melt in the oven and won't hold their shape).

​To warm a fruit pie from the fridge, heat the oven to 350º F cover with foil and warm for 20 minutes, checking the pie by placing your hand over the center to see if it is fully warmed (more time may be required).

To warm your sweet pie straight from the freezer, heat the oven to 350º F and warm for 30 minutes, checking the pie by placing your hand over the center to see if it is fully warmed (more time may be required).
To warm your savory pie from frozen heat oven to 350F and bake for 90-120 minutes until the filling reaches a temp of 165 F.

Can my pie be reheated?