OK — so it's not actually "pie" day, but we'll take it. Pi Day is really a day to celebrate the mathematical symbol pi. The reason it's celebrated on March 14 is that pi is the symbol used for the number 3.14 (get it?). It was first celebrated back in 1988, but the U.S. House of Representatives didn't honor it officially until 2009. So, without further ado, we bring you our best pi(e) recipes in honor of Pi Day.
This pie will make regular apple pie blush (hence the name). It's got apples, an orange and a beet, plus a handful of other unique ingredients. This is one pie that's worth celebrating.
We're combining our favorite ingredients — coconuts and cookies — into this melt-in-your-mouth pie that can be served in individual Mason jars or as one 9-inch pie.
When you've got fresh berries, what better way to eat them than in a pie?
Everything tastes better as a mini, doesn't it? That's why we love these droolworthy key lime pies in a jar.
We're switching things up with this sweet and savory pie — that can be served as dessert or even as the meal itself.
Just the name makes our mouth water. This white chocolate confetti cookie pie is actually really easy to make. The kids will love it — that is, if you don't devour it all yourself.
Perfect if you don't have the time to make an entire pie, these bite-size pie bites can be made in a dark chocolate, coconut or banana flavor.
Add a little extra sweetness to a classic apple pie with caramel.
The all-American pie. Apples and bacon are a delicious sweet and salty combination.
We're sick of the winter, so we're bringing summer to us with this drunken skillet cherry pie. What makes it "drunken"? The cherries are soaked in bourbon!
So this definitely isn't your typical dessert pie. In fact, this pie is best served as an appetizer or as the main course with a side of rice or mashed potatoes. It's a hearty pie, so give it a try before the warm temperatures hit.
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