You don’t have to like math to enjoy International Pi Day. Math geeks are probably having fun discussing that endless 3.14 number. But we’re heading straight to the kitchen with these five delicious pie recipes. So, no matter what your favorite subject is, celebrate Pi Day with some homemade pies.
If you enjoy the tart, creamy taste of lemon meringue pie, look no further than this old fashioned delight. This recipe is tried and true, without using any artificial ingredients, and you’ll see that you don’t need them anyways.
What sets this apple pie apart is the irresistible crumb topping: a happy blend of oats, pecans, butter, and brown sugar. And to make it even more enjoyable, top it off with your favorite vanilla ice cream.
Pumpkin pies are a quintessential Thanksgiving dessert, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy them now – especially if it’s still cold and wintery where you live. And to make this more seasonal, replace fall leave toppings with spring flowers or a lattice top.
Despite it’s name, this is an American invention, and you’ll love this no-bake filling. It combines eggs, espresso and lots of chocolate to create dense and decadent goodness.
If you like peanut butter, this all-time favorite pie is the recipe for you. A creamy blend of cream cheese, peanut butter and a handful of ingredients leave you a filling that’s so good you might just skip the crust and enjoy it straight from the bowl.