Have a Slice or Two for National Pi Day
Happy Pi Day! It has been 28 years since the first person began celebrating 3.14 Day, and to join in on the mathematics fun, we thought it would be appropriate to share a few of our favorite PI(E) recipes and products. Not that we needed another excuse to enjoy pie!
Here are some classic and unique takes on pie—sweet and savory—for National Pi Day and any day!
- Frozen Pistachio Pie is filled with pudding, chocolate and ice cream, and is perfect for March since it’s all about green this month!
- Edwards’ spring-inspired pies are so decadent and delicious!
- Try these flavors: Key Lime, Lemon Meringue and Strawberry Crème
- Marie Callendar’s cream pies are a family-favorite and their unique fruit pies taste just like Grandma’s!
- We love the: Pumpkin Pecan Streusel, Razzleberry and Banana Cream
- Mrs. Smith’s original flaky crust pies are made with real butter and come in a variety of flavors.
- Berry Ice Cream Pie layered with ice cream and sherbet is just what we’re looking forward to this spring and summer.
- Frozen Waffle Pies with peaches, blueberries and strawberries make for the cutest dessert.
- Katie Workman’s Blueberry Pie with Greek Vanilla Yogurt Toppings Bar is a fun way to entertain with pie, without making it all yourself!
- Spaghetti Meatball Pie turns the traditional Italian dish into a convenient casserole (or pie!) that makes for one tasty weeknight dinner.
- Cheese-Topped Taco Pie takes your favorite ingredients and bakes them into a cheesy pie crust.
- Shepherd’s Pie is a quintessential pie and is made easy with help from frozen veggies and refrigerated mashed potatoes.
- Baby Greens & Herbs Phyllo Pie is filled to the brim with
bright veggies and gooey cheese.
- Chicken Pot Pie can be so simple to make with pre-made ingredients like the frozen chicken and refrigerated biscuits.
- Tomato and Spinach Hash Brown Pie is a delicious vegetarian dish, great for breakfast or dinner.
- Cheesy Roast Beef and Potato Pie takes no more than an hour to cook and is full of unique savory flavors.
What type of “pi” do you prefer? Let us know in the comments below!