Megan Thee Stallion Teams with Goldbelly for Her Own Hottie Pie: 'A Texas-Sized Dose of Sweetness'

Megan's H-Town Hottie Pie retails for $59 and is available for shipping nationwide on Goldbelly

Megan Thee Stallion
Photo: courtesy Goldbelly

Megan Thee Stallion is celebrating Pi Day in a big way.

The Grammy-winning musician on Monday announced that she's partnered with food delivery giant Goldbelly to deliver to fans her very own pie.

Dubbed Megan's H-Town Hottie Pie, the culinary creation is inspired by Megan's hometown of Houston and comes in honor of her new single, "Sweetie Pie."

It's described in a release as "a deliciously decadent, sweet n' salty twist on a pecan pie," with a mix of pretzels, coconut, pecans, and butterscotch chips mixed together in a gooey, buttery bite. On top? A dusting of edible gold, for glistening goodness worthy of Megan herself.

"With a hint of salt and a whole lot of sugar, it's like your favorite bakery took a trip to the candy aisle," Goldbelly said in a release.

Said Megan: "Y'all, I'm so excited to partner with the hotties at Goldbelly! Ya girl wanted to create the sweetest pie of the century and my fam at Goldbelly did not disappoint. With the Texas-sized dose of sweetness it's serving up, if you don't have my pie in your mouth you are missing out!"

Megan's H-Town Hottie Pie is available for ordering now ($59), and ships nationwide. Each 10-inch pie serves 8 people and arrives in a custom box, perfect for gifting.

Megan Thee Stallion
courtesy Goldbelly
Megan Thee Stallion
courtesy Goldbelly

In addition to her own, Megan also sat down with Goldbelly and sampled some of the sweet pies for sale on the app.

Among the ones she samples? The Georgia Pecan Pie from Savannah's Candy Kitchen in Savannah, Georgia; the Sweet Potato Thang from Nikki J's Cakes in Rowlett, Texas; the Sour Cherry Pie from Two Fat Cats Bakery in Portland, Maine; the Texas Trash Pie and White Texas Trash Pie, both from Royers Pies in Round Top, Texas; and the Grasshopper Pie from Fireman Derek's Pies in Miami, Florida — the latter which she said at first "looked like a science project" but later admitted was "really f---ing good."

"I'm shook because I don't like green s---, except money," Megan said. "It tastes like a big Thin Mint! Yes Grasshopper Pie! Hop right in my mouth!"

She also tasted the Chocolate French Fry Pie from Sugargoat by Stephanie Izard in Chicago, Illinois; the Peach Pie from Cootie Brown's in Johnson City, Tennessee; and the Lord of the Pies (Deep Dish Apple) from Emporium Pies in Dallas, Texas.

"My belly's gonna be gold when they take me back to Texas," Megan joked.

Of them all, the White Texas Trash Pie was Megan's favorite. "Shout out to Texas, y'all know exactly how to make my taste buds dance," she said.

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It's been a busy few months of food collaborations for Megan.

In February, she starred alongside Charlie Puth in Lay's first-ever Super Bowl ad for Flamin' Hot.

The two voiced a fiery songbird and a beatboxing fox, respectively, alongside a slew of other animals who get animated after getting their paws on some Flamin' Hot Cheetos and Doritos Flamin' Hot Cool Ranch chips. The duo and their friends make beautiful music together in the ad — specifically, a cover of "Push It," Salt-N-Pepa's beloved 1987 song.

Meanwhile, back in October, Popeyes' announced a "Savage" new collaboration with the rapper, revealing they'd be teaming up with a range of joint ventures starting with a new Hottie Sauce — a sweet and bold sauce with a hint of spice.

Megan worked closely with the Popeyes' culinary team to develop the flavor, which is a mix of honey, cider vinegar, and Aleppo pepper. It's offered among the chain's lineup of side dipping sauces or on Popeyes beloved chicken sandwich, marking the first time Popeyes has released a new version of its signature menu item.

The partnership also came with a line of co-branded merchandise. Oh, and Megan even became a franchise owner of her very own Popeyes restaurant.

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