Happy Pi Day: 7 outrageous pies math geeks --or anyone -- can cook up

Today, March 14 is a day to celebrate the number pi, the circle's circumference to its diameter --which is approximately 3.14. While it's unclear who actually invented pi, Welsh mathematician William Jones was the first to express pi as a ratio in 1707.  But pies have been around long before that --approximately in 9500 BC.

So, let's celebrate this auspicious day with something that feeds our mind and body.

Here are 7 outrageously delicious pies to dish up for your favorite math geek -- or anyone else who likes pies.

1. No-bake Snickers Pie

Who doesn't love the perfect equation of Snickers and not having to slave over a hot stove?

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2. Half-Moon Fried Apple Pies

A half moon is kind of like a half circle, right?

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3. Nutella Cookies and Cream Pie

Cause I bet even William Jones loved Nutella.

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4. Oreo Crusted Brownie Pie with Cream Cheese Icing

Science has allowed for the creation of a robot that actually dunks your Oreos for you.  But it's still fun to crush them up yourself.

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5. Cranberry Apple Pie

A perfect balance of tart and sweet.

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6. Blueberry Goat Cheese Pie

Blueberries and goat cheese have infinite possibilities, but is best is pie.

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7. Pecan Pie

It's delicious sweet.  What's not to love.

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