Mathematicians around the world are gearing up for their day. I’ve assembled this collection of pies to celebrate Pi Day. But these treats are suitable for any occasion, not just Pi day.
Ah…Pi Day. The day we celebrate the irrational number 3.14 (and beyond). Pi is a lot of things including the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter and an infinite decimal.
Pie on the other hand can be sweet or savory. Savory versions include shepherd’s pie and chicken pot pie.
Sweet pies range from fruit versions like cherry, blueberry or peach to nut pies like pecan but also include sweet potato and chocolate.
If you love s'mores, you'll love this pie! The fact it's no-bake is even better.
The childhood classic whoopie pie made from scratch. Sure to be a hit across generations.
Brownie pie travels easy meaning it's perfect for potlucks. It's a favorite dessert in pie form.
A fun treat for the solar eclipse, or any astronomical event, is a moon pie. They kind of look like an eclipse cookie.
Sometimes you need an easy recipe, a super easy recipe. This brownie mint pie is that recipe. No one needs to know it starts with a mix.
Mom's Peanut Butter Pie with Chocolate Crust is yummy any time of year. It's cool, creamy and delicious on a hot day. Ideal for potluck parties or a spring or summer cookout.
This no-bake whipped key lime pie is the perfect summer dessert. Slightly tart you'll enjoy this twist on the traditional.
Sometimes only a classic pie will do. There is nothing more classic than pumpkin pie.
Individual desserts are so fun and these apple pies are no exception.
Cool and delicious, this chocolaty pie is perfect for potlucks and barbecues. All ages love this pie.
A favorite savory pie. Easy and delicious, perfect for Sunday brunch.
A golden puff pastry crust tops a delicious chicken and vegetable mixture for the most amazing pot pie.