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Pi – the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter – is a favorite of the mathematical world. In its decimal form it is a number that never ends and never falls into a repeating pattern. Pi Day is celebrated around the world every year on March 14th. This year is special because not only is it 3.14 it is also 2015 making the date 3.14.15 so if you celebrate Pi Day at precisely 9:26 and 53 seconds a.m. you can hit the first ten digits of Pi … 3.14.15 and 9:26:53 (3.141592653)
Enough with the math – on to the food! It is customary to celebrate Pi Day with, what else, PIE! So without further ado here is a round-up of some delectable pie recipes ripe for your Pi Day celebrating. Go all out and eat pie for breakfast, lunch and dinner – and raise a fork to Newton, Einstein, Pythagoras, Fibonacci, Pascal, Descartes and all the other great minds who made numbers look so easy. Here’s a baker’s dozen pie recipes, mostly sweet, a few savory. Enjoy your Pi and your Pie.
Pies for Pi Day
Cherries and silky smooth custard make Cherry Clafoutis from Traditional Cooking School the perfect choice for a breakfast pie.
Don’t like to bake? Here’s a No=Bake Pumpkin Cream Pie from Melissa K Norris.
Apple is a classic pie so here’s an Apple Crumb Pie recipe from Katie at Simple Foody.
Mouthwatering Crispy Coconut and Chocolate Pie from Deep Roots at Home will tantalize your tastebuds.
A gluten-free real food spin on the classic pumpkin – here’s a Pumpkin Pie recipe from Never Lacking Zeal.
Need something small? How about Cranberry Apple Mini-pies from Nourishing Gourmet.
Worth Cooking does great things with allergy-free cooking ingredients like this Lemon Pie.
Honey is the sweetener for this Strawberry Pie from the Humbled Homemaker.
Don’t Waste the Crumbs shared this Key Lime Pie recipe a few summers ago and includes instructions for homemade sweetened condensed milk.
This Raspberry Cream Pie from Common sense Homesteading just screams summer.
And don’t forget Chocolate Peanut Butter Deluxe Pie from Amazing Graze Farm.
If you don’t want sweet how about savory like this Pizza pie from us here at Well Fed Family.
Or Tamale Pie from Farm Fresh Feasts.
P.S. Here’s a late entry for South African Peppermint Crisp Pie from Keeper of the Kitchen that you won’t want to miss!
Leave a comment on the blog with your favorite pie recipe and thank them for making your Pi Day so delicious! Then leave a comment here telling us which pie you made – and no, you don’t have to tell us the circumference or the diameter of your pie pan.