It's Pi Day! And that is a great excuse to make a pie and carve a mathematical symbol into it!


My favourite pie right now is Raspberry Pie, and this one was made with a pre-rolled Pillsbury crust, which was waaaaayyyyy to easy to use. Might be my go to from now on, if I'm not feeling up to tackling a crust myself.

Making the pi pie was really easy. I just printed out a pi symbol, cut it out, and placed it in the center of my pie so I could carve around it.


And believe me, this pie was mathematically delicious!


So Happy pi day friends! Are you doing anything pi oriented?




Posted by Jen B On Friday, March 14, 2014 10 comments

10 comments:

  1. Oh that looks yummy.

    You know, I've been reading about and seeing pictures of pies all day and I only just realized why...

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    1. It's a neat thing to celebrate, eh? Next year apparently is the big one: 3/14/15 (with the most geeky having a moment at 9:26:53am (3.141592653.....).

      The pie was super delicious! :)

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  2. Do you like your pie room temperature, heated or cold?

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    1. Raspberry pie I like at both room temperature and cold. Lemon/pumpkin/sweet potato/pecan/apple I like cold. How about you?

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    2. I really like my apple pizza almond base thing, cold. It's so good. But as it's getting cold, I keep sneaking bites.

      Room temperature is very nice as well, though I'm not sure if I like any warm. Sometimes people get their pies heated and then add ice cream - but I'm not such a fan of warm pie.

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    3. Warm pie doesn't really do it for me either.

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    4. We had cheesecake last night and that, I love room temperature. Most things though, including foods, I like room tempature.

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  3. Love your Pi Pie! Making the fancy cut out crust looks way easier than I would have imagined. Nice work!

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    1. Hey thanks! It was way easier than I thought too. Now I've been thinking about all the other things I could carve into a pie. Thanks for your comment! :)

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