March 14 is known around the world as Pi Day, due to the date’s numerical similarity to pi, the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter. It has also come to be a day to celebrate the baked good of the same name, albeit different spelling: pie. So today, I gathered together 10 delicious-looking pie recipes to share with you. Do you have a favorite pie recipe? Share it in the comments!

10 Delicious Pie Recipes:

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Laura Cochrane

Laura Cochrane

I’m a DIY editor at Instructables and I used to be an editor at MAKE and CRAFT. I like hiking, biking, rock climbing, and etymology.


  • http://www.turningithome.com Kimberly

    That sour cream apple pie looks delicious! I made a blackberry crumble pie for Pi day and it is awesome! I am a sucker for blackberries but it would be great with other fruit like raspberries or rhubarb… even peaches.

  • boerke

    “March 14 is known around the world as Pi Day, due to the date’s numerical similarity to pi”
    unfortunately , march 14 is known as 14-3 in the biggest part of the world, and has nothing to do with any pi

    • Laura Cochrane

      While it’s true that much of the world uses the date format [day/month/year] rather than [month/day/year], there is no 14th month, so I think even in those [day/month/year] places, some take the opportunity to celebrate pi. Using Google Translate, I find evidence that Pi Day is acknowledged in many countries around the world. But it is worth noting that the 14th of March is not referred to as 3/14 the world around.

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