Bake a Pie for National Pi Day
In today’s Westminster Towers Blog, we want to celebrate National Pi Day which is on March 14th. We’ll be sharing a list of delicious pie recipes in honor of this holiday as well as a little bit of information on Pi Day. Thanks for reading and have a great month at your apartment here in Tacoma, WA!
“Pi Day is celebrated on March 14th (3/14) around the world. Pi (Greek letter ‘π’) is the symbol used in mathematics to represent a constant — the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter — which is approximately 3.14159.”*
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 a few friends over to enjoy this 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.
Peach Hand Pies from Shugary Sweets
If you’re looking for a quick recipe to feed a few people without the hassle of cutting up a pie, try these hand pies! You’ll just need two boxes of refrigerated pie crusts, a can of peach pie filling, cinnamon, powdered sugar, milk, and an egg white to put them together. Once they’re out of the oven and cooled, glaze and enjoy!
Caramel Banana Cream Pie from Like Mother Like Daughter
If you like bananas, caramel, graham cracker crusts, and creamy custard, this recipe is for you. The graham cracker crust and pie are so easy to make. The finished product, infused with caramel and layered with soft, thick bananas, will have everyone you share this with asking for more.
The Best Brownie Pie from Crazy for Crust
This Brownie Pie is the ultimate in comfort food. Make brownie pie after a stressful day of work. To make this pie recipe you’ll need the following ingredients: a pie crust, unsweetened baking chocolate, semi-sweet baking chocolate, unsalted butter, sugar, eggs, vanilla extract, salt, unsweetened cocoa powder, and all-purpose flour.
Do you have a favorite pie recipe? If so, share it with us in the comments below. Thanks for reading and visit the Westminster Towers Blog again soon!