Happy Pi Day!

A pie on a white background with the text happy Pi Day 3.14 next to it.

It’s Pi Day! No, not Pie Day, but it may as well be. Here at 13 Twenty-Four, we love to celebrate sweets anytime we can, and we didn’t make any exceptions for an excuse to bake some homemade pies. If you’re a way to celebrate the first three digits of an important mathematical number, then we have good news. Bake one of these incredible pies right here in your Kalamazoo, MI apartment, and the pure sweetness of the thing will have all your friends and family begging you for more!

Quick and Easy Pie Chart Pi Day Fruit Pizza Pie

All your friends will be happy when you do this: Fill each section of the pie with a different type of fruit filling. This Instructables tutorial has clear tips for getting the materials you need, preparing the crust, and putting it all together. Then, simply enjoy!

Crustless Apple Pie from Delish

This crustless apple pie is perfect for anyone who wants to cut down on baking time on Pi day. Invite five of your closest friends over to enjoy a crustless apple pie with a large scoop of vanilla ice cream. Season your apple pies with butter, sugar, ground cinnamon, caramel, and cinnamon. We know you’ll love this easy and delicious recipe.

Apple Crumb Pie from Sally’s Baking Addiction

This pie takes a little while to make. Make your own pie crust for an extra fresh taste. Make the filling with apples, lemon juice, cloves, flour, cinnamon, nutmeg, vanilla extract, and sugar. Finish off this recipe with the cinnamon crumble topping.

Pizza Pie from The Simple Dollar — It’s round, right? And you can use pepperoni to create the Pi symbol on the top of it, a perfect way to celebrate the day. Here is a recipe for homemade pizza.

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