Everyone’s favorite math holiday is around the corner, but you don’t need to be a mathematician to join in on the Pi Day fun. Celebrated on March 14 (3.14), it’s the perfect excuse to eat pie for dinner.
Sure, sweet pies get all the limelight (key lime pie opens in a new tab anyone?!). And breakfast lovers might immediately think of their favorite quiche recipe. But this Pi Day, I challenge you to serve up a delicious, savory pie for dinner.
Cheeseburger Pie Recipe opens in a new tab
Good, Old-Fashioned Pie for Dinner
Savory Butternut Squash Pie with Hazelnuts opens in a new tab
Savory Corn, Tomato and Feta Hand Pies Recipe opens in a new tab
Give a Hand for Pies
In case pie for dinner wasn’t playful enough, these hand pies are a blast.
Vegan Harvest Vegetable Tart Recipe opens in a new tab
These decadent pies are an indulgence with options for vegetarians and those who follow a gluten-free diet.
Savory Fig and Goat Cheese Tart with Arugula opens in a new tab
Harvest Vegetable Shepherd’s Pie Recipe opens in a new tab
These are a wonderful way to use up leftovers of any type of meat.
Chicken ‘Pot Pie’ with Crunchy Brown Rice Crust opens in a new tab
Mushroom and Leek Pot Pies Recipe opens in a new tab
Pot Pie for One, or a Crowd
These mini pot pies are wonderful for a winter/early spring dinner party, or a cozy night in. Grab your favorite ramekins for an individual pot pie for everyone at your table.
Cast Iron Skillet Pizza Recipe opens in a new tab
Loved by all, pizza is one pie not to forget!
Spicy Celery Salad Recipe opens in a new tab
Make it a Meal
Round out your pie dinner with the perfect side dish.
Fall Greens Salad with Pumpkin Seeds and Asiago opens in a new tab
Will you have pie for dinner on Pi Day?