Justice of the Pies x Eclipse: Salted Caramel Peach Pie
Justice of the Pies x Eclipse: Salted Caramel Peach Pie - Eclipse Foods
Justice of the Pies x Eclipse: Salted Caramel Peach Pie
Justice of the Pies x Eclipse: Salted Caramel Peach Pie
Justice of the Pies x Eclipse: Salted Caramel Peach Pie - Eclipse Foods
Justice of the Pies x Eclipse: Salted Caramel Peach Pie

Justice of the Pies x Eclipse: Salted Caramel Peach Pie

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This playful and nostalgic flavor includes swirls of golden caramel sauce, bits of peach, and hints of cinnamon.

About Chef: 

Chicago-based Chef Maya-Camille Broussard is the owner of Justice of the Pies, a bakery that specializes in sweet and savory pies, quiches and tarts. Broussard created the company in 2014 in memory of her late father, Stephen J. Broussard, a criminal defense attorney with a deep love for anything made in a crust. 

As a philanthropist, Broussard formed the “I KNEAD LOVE” Workshop, a culinary enrichment program designed to contribute to the fight against food insecurities for youths in grades 5th-8th, living in lower-income communities that may not have access to healthy food options. Students learn valuable kitchen skills, how to tap into creativity, and the importance of nutrition. 

Broussard is building a community that loves to eat and satisfy sweet tooth cravings with her subscription-based cooking classes Justice for All. Members learn alongside the chef and enhance their at-home cooking experience with her global food and drink recipes. Broussard considers Justice of the Pies to be a social mission in a culinary art form and aims to positively impact the lives of others through her purpose driven work.

A graduate of Howard University and Northwestern University, Broussard partners with the Cabrini Green Legal Aid for it’s yearly pie-drive to raise money for the organization, which provides free legal services for families living in poverty.

Charity: 

Proceeds benefit Justice of the Pies' I KNEAD LOVE initiative — culinary enrichment workshops that provide elementary-aged children from lower-income communities instruction on nutritional development, acquiring basic cooking skills, and encouraging creativity in the kitchen.