It's Pi Day: Eat Pie for Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and Dessert

Before you say anything, we're completely aware that Pi Day (3/14) celebrates pi, the mathematical ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter (3.14), and not pie, the pastry. Then again, what better food to enjoy on a day like this? Pies are circular and delicious, and that's good enough for us. It's also good enough for our foodie friends, as many of them have agreed to let us share their (p)ideas for breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert pies. READ: 10 Apple Dessert Recipes (That Aren't Pie) So why not whip out that apron and start baking up a bevy of Pi Day pies? After all, your other option is to sit down and do math, and that sounds downright terrible.




    Breakfast - Maple Oat Breakfast Pie

    Pie for breakfast? Why not? Start the day off with a hearty Maple Oat Breakfast Pie. It's made with barley flour, maple sugar and rolled oats, but don't be fooled — Nicole Pearce of Arctic Garden Studio insists that this breakfast treat is great any time of day. Get the whole recipe here.
    Arctic Garden Studio

    Lunch - Cheesy Spaghetti Pie

    Thanks to chef Joanne Weir, the author of "Cooking Confidence: Dinner Made Simple," your Pi Day lunch is as easy as boiling spaghetti (or using leftover spaghetti, so long as its not leftover from National Spaghetti Day on January 4). You can find this cheesy recipe right here on FOX News Magazine. RELATED RECIPE: Beer-Infused Mac and Cheese
    Erin Kunkel

    Dinner - Turkey Shepherd's Pie

    Liren Baker, aka The Kitchen Confidante, developed her recipe for Day-After Turkey Shepherd's Pie when she found herself with an abundance of leftover turkey from Thanksgiving. But a meal like this is too special to be an afterthought, so make it for tonight's Pi Day dinner. Learn Liren's recipe here.
    Kitchen Confidante

    Dessert - Irish Banana Cream Pie

    Cap your day off with the ultimate Pi Day dessert: an Irish Banana Cream Pie invented by Aimee Shugarman of Shugary Sweets. It's perfect for three reasons: first off, St. Patrick's Day is right around the corner; second, National Banana Cream Pie Day was less than two weeks ago on March 2; and third, it's pie. Learn the recipe for this boozy treat here. RELATED: Rachel Allen's Irish Apple Cake
    Shugary Sweets
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