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Pi Day Pies!

A lemon meringue pie garnished with peppermint, a slice cut out of it and a whole lemon and a sliced lemon on the table next to it.

Give yourself a reason to bake and indulge in a treat this March by celebrating Pi Day on the 14th. Prepare yourself for a tasty holiday at your LBJ Station Ltd. apartment by making one of these delicious pies and sharing them with your friends and loved ones — or simply head out to your favorite Dallas, TX restaurant and order a slice of pie for dessert.

Pi Day Pies to Try

Grandma’s Lemon Meringue Pie from AllRecipes

You don’t need to call up your grandmother for a pie recipe that produces something that tastes like your favorite memories. This recipe blends sweet and tart together for a great tasting pie. Bonus: There is no milk in the recipe, so it can be served to people who are lactose intolerant.

Pineapple Dream Pie from Dear Crissy

This pineapple dream pie has a delicious vanilla wafer crust and an amazing (and easy) pineapple filling. Use powdered sugar, unsalted butter, cream cheese, Cool Whip, and crushed pineapple to make the fluffy filling. Refrigerate this pie overnight and let yourself dream of it before you slice it up and enjoy!

Toffee Almond Pie from Crazy For Crust

If you like a lot of crunch in your pie, you will love this toffee almond pie! This is a great alternative to pecan pie, so try it if you are looking to switch things up a bit. What you will need: eggs, sugar, pie crust, light corn syrup, unsalted butter, salt, cornstarch, toffee bits, and sliced almonds.

No-Bake Mint Chocolate Chip Pie from Fresh April Flours

This is the perfect pie for anyone who loves mint chocolate ice cream. Use mint Oreos (or regular Oreos if you’d prefer) to make the crust. The filling is made with butter, heavy cream, cream cheese, powdered sugar, vanilla, peppermint extract, food coloring, and chocolate chips to make the filling. Make sure you plan out plenty of time to let this pie cool in the fridge.

What are your favorite pies to make on Pi Day? Share your recipes and any pie-making tips with the rest of us by leaving a comment. Thanks for reading! We hope you have an enjoyable Pi Day.