24 Wonderful Ways To Celebrate Pi(e) Day

March 14 is here! Get ready to eat pie until you can’t even comprehend what an irrational number is.

So, guys. March 14, or 3/14. You know what that means, right?

3/14 = 3.14… = π = Pi = PIE

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It’s PI(E) DAY!

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And, as everyone knows, the correct way to observe Pi Day is to eat immense, untold quantities of pie and pie-related foods. Here are a few ideas to get you started:

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1. Make sure you dress appropriately.

Committing to the full-body look is optional, but please, make an effort.

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2. Convince your friends or coworkers to have a pie-swap party.

The more pie the merrier. Aim for 314?

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3. Spend as much time as possible snacking on PIE FRIES.

Fact: Pie crust is better than potatoes. You can make these with any homemade or store-bought dough. Instructions here.

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With dippin’ jam for the full effect.

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4. Spread the Pi Day love with a heart cutout crust.

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5. Or with tiny romantic pies in jars.

These are technically wedding favors, but the wedding could just be you marrying the pie. Instructions here.

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6. You can make these adorable lemon pies with only a microwave.

Make lemon curd in the microwave (recipe here) and pipe into store-bought mini pie shells.

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7. Make these cute pie boxes for individual slice-giving.

Get the printable template here.

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8. For a pie experience with built-in portability, make these awesome Bourbon Pecan Pie Bars.

Get the recipe here.

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9. Or apple pie cookies.

Get the recipe at Smitten Kitchen.

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10. Or Nutella pie pops!

Just add stick. Recipe here.

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Bonus points for Pi symbol.

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11. Put a really absurd amount of meringue on a pie (ANY pie).

And then BURY YOUR FACE in it. Recipe for this Pumpkin Meringue Pie here.

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12. Do fancy-schmancy things with your pie crust patterns.

Instructions for these eight styles at Style Me Pretty.

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13. Make a cinnamon roll pie crust.

Because you CAN. Instructions here.

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14. Pack yourself a perfect Pi Day lunch.

Note that pickles, pistachios, and pineapple all coordinate with the PI theme! Details here.

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15. Or get your pizza pie all dressed up.

Instructions here.

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16. Take a tea-time break with pie lattice cookies.

Instructions here.

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17. For the deconstructionist: Re-interpret your apple pie as neat little stacks.

The crispy layers are wontons baked with cinnamon sugar. Recipe here.

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18. For dinner, consider the chicken pot pie.

This recipe from Bon Appétit comes together quickly.

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19. Or give your arteries a workout with this mac ‘n’ cheese and bacon glory.

With cheddar crust, because of course. Recipe here.

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20. If you haven’t yet in your lifetime, make sure to experience the joy that is Frito chili pie.

Just because it’s in a plastic bag doesn’t mean it’s not pie. Recipe here.

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21. For dessert, try this easy no-bake peanut butter pie.

Yes please. Recipe here.

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22. Or keep it classy with key lime.

March is a good time to get down with citrus. Recipe here.

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23. Or go the traditional route and make a good old-fashioned apple pie.

Recipe here.

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24. If there’s anything left over at the end of the day: Blend a slice of pie into a milkshake and have yourself a pie shake.

Works with any (every) kind of pie. Recipe here.

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