​​​​Texas Petite Pies 

Texas Petite Pies & Cakes was established in 2016 by Liz and Greg Davenport.


Texas Petite Pies is very proud to be the 2019 WFC Competition "Dessert Category Sponsor" this year.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Liz is a 4th generation baker and Greg a 2nd generation baker. Many of our recipes have been handed down from multiple generations.


We handcraft their gourmet sweet confections in a house built in the 40's that has been converted to a FDA approved commercial kitchen, located at 4318 West Lovers Lane in Dallas. We create all of their products with love and includes pies & cakes baked in 8oz mason jars, whole pies, pie filling, pie crusts and dessert toppings.


We also specialize in "KETO" sugar free and gluten friendly cheesecakes in 4oz jars and they are the best KETO desserts in all of Dallas.


The entire gourmet food line is created from scratch the old fashioned way with all natural ingredients. We do not believe in using any artificial ingredients, preservatives or shelf stabilizers. 


​The World Food Championships is scheduled for October 16 – 20, 2019, at Reunion Tower Lawn in Dallas, Texas. It is the largest competition in Food Sport, where grand champions of previous events convene for a chance at winning the ultimate food crown and a share of hundreds of thousands of dollars in prize money. The World Food Championships is also the springboard for many up and coming culinary stars and home cooks as they seek TV fame through many well-known food shows and acting opportunities.

Now that the dust has settled for the 7th Annual World Food Championships, the results are in! The 2018 WFC boasted the largest Food Sport tournament in history, with over 1500 contestants nearly 500 official teams. They came from 42 American states and 12 countries to compete, while more than 30,000 foodies watched and enjoyed the heat of the battle unfold in 10 official categories.

Since its debut in 2012, WFC has given birth to 30 TV food stars, awarded more than $1.8 million in prize money, garnered more than 6.9 billion media impressions, and connected 150+ food brands with food fans, food bloggers, and food media. In short, it has given birth to “Food Sport” by providing a level playing field, a fair judging system, a creative culinary fest, and a process that allows the culinary elite to show their chops and earn the respect they deserve.