3.14 Reasons to Love Pie Day

A selection of pies on a dark background including pecan pie, pumpkin pie, and a lattice-topped fruit pie. The words Happy Pi Day 3.14 are underneath the pies.

In this post, Windsong Place Apartments is featuring pie recipes to help you celebrate Pi Day on March 14th. Calculate the volume of a sphere, recite as many numbers of pi as you can remember, and have some delicious pie on Pi Day at your apartment here in Williamsville, NY. The delicious memories will last forever.

Savory Pies

Spicy Chicken and Pickled Jalapeno Pizza

If you love your pizza with a bit of a kick, this recipe is for you. Whether you follow this blogger’s recipe for homemade pickled jalapenos or buy your own, they do their job wonderfully by adding a little excitement to your typical pizza. Check out this recipe for a helpful photo tutorial to making a perfect crust, tender chicken, and a tasty pizza.

Caramelized Onion, Bacon and Spinach Pizza

This is another fun way to spruce up your typical pizza and channel your inner cook for a delicious, restaurant-quality pizza pie. You’ll feel like a gourmet cook as you lay out the spinach and sprinkle on bacon bits. Then cook, let it cool, and enjoy your night of fine dining!

Shepherd Pie — Beef and vegetables in a simple tomato sauce, topped with creamy mashed potatoes with cheddar cheese melted over the top. Can you say “hearty meal?” And, it’s still a pie, which makes it the perfect dinner for Pi Day. Who said pie was only for dessert?

Dessert Pies

Pecan Pie from The Pioneer Woman Cooks blog gives you step-by-step directions complete with pictures for this tasty treat. The commentary is delightful, too.

Peach Pie with a lattice top from Taste of Home is sure to please everyone at your table. With this easy-to-follow recipe, the pie will be on the table in no time.

Coconut Cream Pie with a recipe from the Pillsbury kitchen is a must-have for Pi Day. With a toasted coconut topping, this pie speaks creamy and crunchy. Mmm tasty!

Grandma’s Lemon Meringue Pie. What’s not to like? This blend of sweet and tart is a great way to enjoy pie. And bonus: there is no milk in the recipe, so it can be served to people who are lactose intolerant.
 

Of course, if you don’t want to fuss in the kitchen, simply head out to your favorite place in Williamsville for a slice of pie on the 14th, or any other day in March! Thanks for taking time out to read our post.