Malia and Sasha Obama have had their dessert consumption limited by the First Lady.
"Mom decides when there's going to be and when there's not going to be desserts," Yosses said.
This weekend the White House will host 5,000 people for the annual Fourth of July celebration on the South Lawn of the White House to watch the fireworks and have some of those classic desserts.
While most guests will be treated to homemade ice cream, Yosses is making about half a dozen apple pies for the special occassion.
Yosses says shopping local is one way to be patriotic this holiday weekend.
"I think that's really the most patriotic way to celebrate July Fourth is by supporting the local farmer, going to your area, and in that way what you spend goes back into the economy of your community and it also develops a relationship with the people who are growing our food."
Want to try your hand at making the White House's famous apple pie?
Yosses gave ABC News a step-by-step lesson, including divulging his secret ingredients (many different types of apples) and secret baking tip (make the crust first).