Mom's Apple Pie was a ten-member US rock band from Warren, Ohio. They were best known for their album cover but also for the voice of the lead singer Bob Fiorino. The band released two albums: Mom's Apple Pie in 1971 and Mom's Apple Pie II in 1973. A third album was recorded but never released. Their manager was Larry Patterson and they recorded on a label owned by Terry Knight, Brown Bag Records. The band enjoyed a successful career nationally and toured extensively across the U.S.
Venues included a wide array of college campuses, clubs, concert halls, the Whiskey A-Go-Go in Los Angeles and Madison Square Garden. They performed with such artists as the Doobie Brothers and David Bowie. Larry Patterson, the manager of Mom's Apple Pie, booked the demo session with producer Kenny Hamann at the Cleveland Recording Company and signed the group with Terry Knight.
Both albums have become favorites among collectors, due in part to the self-titled first album's risque cover artwork. Some observers commented that the album cover contained a hidden image of a vagina. The cover was banned shortly upon the album's release and an alternate cover was released, making both versions highly sought-after among collectors. Their musicianship and overall sound have been compared to such bands as Blood Sweat and Tears and Chicago.