Celebrate Pi Day with These 5 Recipes

In celebration of the irrational number 3.14159265… we’re baking up a list of scrumptious pies for your enjoyment on March 14. From fruity to sweet, we’ve curated a selection to make sure your holiday is well spent with a full belly. No matter what pie you choose to make this year, make sure you gather around the table for an evening of great conversations and even greater desserts. Happy Pi Day!

Cherry Blueberry Pie

A cherry blueberry pie with stars as a top crust, in a cobalt blue, scalloped edge pie dish sitting on a blue cotton towel on a rustic wooden surface with chipped light blue paint

Can’t decide between cherry and blueberry pie? Good news, you don’t have to! This Cherry Blueberry Pie takes two of the most beloved fruit pies and bakes them into a juicy mix. Each bite is a surprise! One fills your mouth with tart cherries, the other may be a sweet flood of blueberries. Or it may even be a combination of both. No matter what bite you get, with pie crust stars decorated on top, this is truly a show-stopping recipe.

The Richest Peanut Butter Chocolate Pie

An aerial shot of a chocolate peanut butter pie decorated with whipped cream and Reese's with a slice cut out on a plate beside a fork.

If you’ve got a sweet tooth, boy, do we have the pie for you! Think of this Peanut Butter Chocolate Pie like a giant Reese’s Cup. It’s got a dense peanut butter filling that makes up the majority of this pie. But, the homemade ganache on top cuts through with a rich taste of chocolate for the ultimate treat. Top it with whipped cream (even better if it’s homemade) and decorate with your favorite chocolate-peanut butter candy for your next get-together. 

Traditional Apple Pie

A traditional apple pie with a lattice top crust on a worn red wood surface with a sliced apple, cinnamon sticks, a slice of pie and silver forks.

We couldn’t have a Pi Day lineup without including this classic all-American favorite. Our Traditional Apple Pie is ooey-gooey with fresh apple filling and a gorgeous lattice crust. It’s comforting and warm; get ready to be transported to your younger days of eating a whole slice as quickly as possible because it tastes so good. 

Raspberry Orange Galette

A rustic Raspberry Orange Galette on a round white plate with sliced oranges and white flowers, a pie server and a slice of the galette on a plate in the upper right corner.

Tangy, juicy fresh fruits of raspberry and orange come together in this rustic dessert. Our Raspberry Orange Galette may not look like your regular pie, but after one bite, you’ll be hooked. We recommend trying it with a scoop of ice cream on top to balance out the flavors. Although, if you prefer something a little more tart, try it as your breakfast snack with your morning coffee.

Strawberry Rhubarb Pie Cocktail

A strawberry rhubarb pie cocktail in a clear glass with pie crust strawberries and fresh strawberry garnish on a wooden surface with a white textured background

We take pies to the next level with a cocktail based on Strawberry Rhubarb Pie. This recipe uses gin as the liquor base and includes dashes of rhubarb bitters. First, your mouth is filled with sweetness from the strawberry syrup. Then, the rhubarb bitters and gin cut through, chased with a final addition of lemon juice for a little extra tartness.

Story by Kylie Thomas / Styling by Anna Franklin / Photography by Star Laliberte

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