10 pie recipes to celebrate Pi Day

April Henley

In 1988, physicist Larry Shaw organized a celebration to honor the constant Pi (π) in which he and his fellow staff members of the San Francisco Exploratorium, along with a sizable public turnout, marched in a large circular procession, and then consumed various-flavored fruit pies. Fast forward 29 years: Pi Day, which falls on March 14th – the digits of the date (3/14) match the first three numbers of Pi (3.14), is a day for math lovers to tease their minds with fun equations and numerical solutions; or, everyone can eat pie. Here are ten pie recipes to help you celebrate Pi Day in a mathematically-tasty fashion. How? Well, for starters, you must correctly measure the ingredients, or your efforts could equal an unquantifiable mess.

Chocolate Pie

Via: The Pioneer Woman

Chocolate Espresso Pecan Pie

Via: The Gold Lining Girl

Peanut Butter S’mores Pie

Via: Julie Blanner

No-bake Strawberry Chocolate Pie

Via: A Treats Affair 

Grasshopper Pie

Via: Real Housemoms 

Blueberry Pie

Via: She Wears Many Hats 

Apple Cranberry Pie

Via: Sally’s Baking Addiction

Banana Cream Pie

Via: Sarah Bakes Gluten Free

Key Lime Pie

Via: Favorite Family Recipes

Lemon Meringue Pie

Via: Crazy for Crust

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