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14 Pie Recipes for Pi Day

Celebrate Pi day in style and impress your coworkers with one of these delicious pie recipes. Here is a collection of 14 pie recipes for Pi day, take your pick!
Celebrate Pi day in style and impress your coworkers with one of these delicious pie recipes. Here is a collection of 14 pie recipes for Pi day, take your pick! | wildwildwhisk.com #pie #piday

Every year, Pi day sneaks up on me. You would think that as a professional engineer I would be well aware of Pi day since I use the beloved Pi in so many of my calculations for work. But no, every year I fail to create a brand new pie recipe, so these oldies but goodies will have to do. On the brighter note, I manage to get this roundup out to you before the weekend so that you’ll have plenty of time to ponder over which pie will come alive in your kitchen for Pi day this year!

Roundup of 14 Pie Recipes for Pi Day 

#1. Cookie Bomb Pie

This Cookie Bomb Pie has quickly become one of my favorite pies. It is made my with my favorite Chocolate Chip Cookies inside the custard filling. Decadent for sure, and absolutely delicious. 

This Cookie Bomb Pie is modeled after the Baltimore Bomb Pie. It has a decadent filling using chocolate chip cookies and a buttery custard. | wildwildwhisk.com

#2. Guava Cream Cheese Mini Hand Pie

If you know me, you know I’m a sucker for mini desserts and anything with a tropical flavor, oh and cheese. So these pretty little mini hand pies combine all three of my love together. They may be small, but they pack big flavor.

With flaky crust and cheesy, sweet filling, these Guava Cream Cheese Mini Hand Pies are even better than Porto's guava pastries! | wildwildwhisk.com

#3. Chess Pie Tart

Anyone thinks tradition chess pies are too sweet? I made this Chess Pie Tart with less sugar to suit my taste, without compromising flavor or richness.

This Chess Pie Tart is a less sweet version of the traditional chess pie. So if you have been putting off making chess pie due to the extreme sweetness, here’s your chance to enjoy one that’s much less sugary. | wildwildwhisk.com

#4. Dulce de Leche Petite Pie

Another recipe for mini hand pies coming at ya, this time filled with Homemade Dulce De Leche and drizzled with some more of that homemade good stuff. If you love Dulce de Leche (who doesn’t?) this one is for you!

Cute little cookie like Dulce de Leche Petite Pie made with flaky buttery crust and oozing with homemade Dulce de Leche goodness! | wildwildwhisk.com

#5. S’mores Bomb Pie

A cousin of the Cookie Bomb Pie featured above, can you guess what goes into the filling of this S’mores Bomb Pie? That’s right, all the necessary ingredients for campfire s’mores – graham crackers, good chocolate, and marshmallows all wrapped up in a custard filling. 

This S’mores Bomb Pie tastes like campfire s’mores on steroid. It is an intensely decadent dessert that will blow your mind! | wildwildwhisk.com

#6. Cookie Butter Pie Pops

Remember when cookie butter was all the rage? I still love it! These cute little pie pops are filled with cookie butter and baked up with a lollipop stick. They’re so much fun to eat and can work as edible gifts that will sure make someone’s day!

Cookie Butter Pie Pops | wildwildwhisk.com

#7. Apple Butter Empanadas

If you love apple pie, this recipe will give you an easy apple pie fix using store bought apple butter as the filling. Again, the individual sizing here is the perfect snack portion that you can pack for lunch or even share with your coworkers.

Apple Butter Empanadas | wildwildwhisk.com

#8. Apple Tart with Almond Paste Filling

This Apple Tart is a long time favorite of ours. My husband requests this one every year for Thanksgiving, in part because he loves anything with the almond paste, which is so easy to make at home.

Apple Tart with Almond Paste Filling | wildwildwhisk.com

#9. Mini Almond Pluot Pie

Deliciously ripe pluot slices laying on top of a layer of frangipane, I think this about sums these up!

Mini Almond Pluot Pie | wildwildwhisk.com

#10. Apple Pie

A classic Apple Pie is always welcome at my dinner table any time! This one is spiced with cardamom and the crust is made with Apple Jack, classic but definitely not boring.

Apple Pie | wildwildwhisk.com

#11. Pumpkin Pie with Decorative Crust

Another favorite pie at Thanksgiving in our house is this special pumpkin pie – a cross between a pumpkin pie and a pumpkin cheesecake. You don’t even need the decorative crust to impress your guests, I promise.

This Pumpkin Pie with beautiful decorative crust and a cheesecake like filling will be the center piece of your Thanksgiving dinner table this year. | wildwildwhisk.com

#12. Strawberry and Cream Pie

I know I say favorite a lot, but I really do love every single recipe I put on this site. So here’s another favorite, this Strawberry and Cream Pie is the only thing you need for strawberry season. Because once you have a taste of this, it will become the only way you want to eat strawberries anymore.

strawberry and cream pie

#13. Mini Banana Cream Pie

Another batch of cute mini pies, this time filled with creamy banana pudding, sliced banana and whipped cream.

Mini banana cream pie on wildwildwhisk.com

#14. Homemade Peanut Butter and Jelly Pop Tarts

You may not think of Pop Tarts as pies, but I assure you they are no different than hand pies when you make the shell with pie crust like I did these. Of course that makes them infinitely more delicious.

Homemade peanut butter and jelly pop tarts | wildwildwhisk.com

I hope you’ve enjoyed browsing through this list. And I hope that you will be making one of these recipes this weekend. Happy Pi Day!


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  1. Wendy Bilton
    March 9, 2018 /

    I’m always on the lookout for something new to try. I saw the mini banana cream pies and this could impress. My daughters’ are always asking to try new cakes, new anything really!!

    I will let you know the reaction to these. I don’t think they will just want one of these. Could be two or three lol.

    Their ages are, by the way, 21 and 23!! Yes, they still like coming home for Mum’s cooking!! They are my biggest critics!!!

    • Trang
      March 9, 2018 /

      Hi Wendy, how wonderful that you still enjoy cooking for your children. They are very lucky! Be sure to let me know if you enjoy the pie. I really do hope you’ll like it 🙂 Thank you for visiting and checking out my recipes!

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