Canty said after the contest that “usually my signature pie is probably my pumpkin pie at Thanksgiving,” but this pie might be her new trademark.

ASU Gammage also awarded Melissa Kamel and Cathy Palmer, the two runners-up, each with two tickets to opening night for their delicious dessert. Kamel impressed the judges with the creativity of her Rapunzel-inspired “Pop-Up Pie,” while Palmer earned praise for the intricate crust on her “Yes Ma’am Strawberry and Rhubarb Pie.”

For anyone who wants a taste of Canty’s scrumptious winning pie, get out your aprons because the recipe will be published in the show’s Gammbill and inserted into the official "Waitress" cookbook, which will be on sale at ASU Gammage during the shows. 

But you don’t need to be a pie hobbyist to enjoy the show. Even if you simply prefer taste-testing, "Waitress" is sure to spark your appetite. 

Tickets to see "Waitress" are available at ASUGammage.com.