It's Pi Day! Here are 13 Recipes So You Can Celebrate Deliciously

It's Pi Day! Today, nerds worldwide celebrate π, or the number 3.14159265359, which is the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter. Super exciting, right? RIGHT? Well if your inner mathematician isn't getting all pumped up about this holiday, your inner foodie will. We've compiled 13 PIE recipes (get it?) to celebrate this event in a properly delicious fashion. Hey, you may not remember all the digits of this special number, but at least you can still do pie fractions.

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Cider Bourbon Apple Pie with Oatmeal Cookie Crumble

With as many ingredients as Pi has digits, this incredible pie from How Sweet It Is is fruity, sugary, and boozy. It’s one equation, er, recipe, you’ll definitely need.

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Mini Vegan Pumpkin Pies

For a petite vegan treat, opt for these sweet pumpkin pies (you can swap in sweet potato puree, too) from Love and Lemons. With a whole pie just for yourself, you won’t even have to think about fractions!

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Raspberry Nutella Pie Pops

For those on the go, these pie pops from Climbing Grier Mountain are perfect! They’re easy to make (hint: store bought pie crust), and are fun to share with friends.

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Chocolate Cherry Pie

The pie of chocolate lovers’ dreams, this one from Domestic Fits has a chocolate crust. A dessert this good is worthy of its own holiday.

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Chocolate Banana Cream Pie

This one turns a tried-and-true classic into something even more delicious. Served chilled, this banana cream pie from The Simple, Sweet Life is the perfect welcome-to-spring treat.

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Oatmeal Buttercream Pies

So maybe they’re not pies in the traditional sense, but Pi Day is non-discriminatory. Relive your childhood with these sweet and sticky sandwich treats from The Comfort of Cooking.

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Nutella Pecan Pie

Bring back the tastes of the winter holidays with an awesome twist: Nutella. If you thought pecan pie couldn’t get any more sweet and indulgent, think again. Thanks, Simply Scratch!

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Strawberry Balsamic Basil Pie

Is it a salad? A dessert? Strawberries, balsamic vinegar, and fresh basil make an incredible pairing, and this pie from Cooking for Keeps bursts of spring freshness.

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Peach and Marzipan Hand Pies

These individual fruity pies from My Name is Yeh do take some effort and concentration to make, but the results are totally worthwhile.

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Vegetable Pot Pies

Savory pies count for Pi Day too! These veggie-packed personal pot pies from Five and Spice are topped with a sweet potato biscuit, and make for a hearty and healthy dinner.

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French Silk Chocolate Pie

There’s something just so wonderfully smooth and deceivingly light about French silk pie from Brown Eyed Baker. Make sure to top with whipped cream!

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Butternut Squash and Gargonzola Pasta Pie

The crust of this pie from Half Baked Harvest is made of rigatoni pasta! For those who hate rolling dough, this is an easy and delicious solution to your pie baking dilemmas.

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Raspberry Buttermilk Pie

This traditional Southern summer pie from A Cozy Kitchen is delicious all year round, and perfect as a dessert, snack, or breakfast.

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