The Dobie Twenty21 Blog has several recipes to help you celebrate Pi Day on March 14th. Celebrate everyone’s favorite math-related holiday with a slice of your favorite pie and a few good friends. We hope that you enjoy our post!
Don’t have much time to throw together a pie on Pi Day? Use this easy crock pot pecan pie recipe for your Pi Day celebrations. It takes just ten minutes to put together this recipe and three hours to cook. We know you’ll love the taste of this sweet treat.
If you’re a fan of chocolate chip cookies, make this chocolate chip cookie pie. We are chocolate chip enthusiasts here at the Dobie Twenty21, and we think this pie is delicious. Use eggs, flour, sugar, brown sugar, salted butter, semi-sweet chocolate chips, and chopped walnuts or pecans to make this dish. Leave out the nuts if you’d prefer.
This is a more complicated pie recipe. We recommend making this pie if you have a lot of time (and no homework) on pie day. While it takes awhile to make, it’s worth it. You’ll love the streusel topping made with flour, pumpkin pie spice, white sugar, and cold butter. Winter is winding down, but you can hold on to some of that rich, winter flavor by making this pie.
Combine two of your favorite desserts with this s’mores brownie pie. You’ll love just how dense and chewy these brownies are and how the graham crackers and marshmallow crust add another layer of sweetness to this treat. We think that drizzling hot fudge over this pie would make this treat even more decadent and delicious.
What are your favorite pie recipes? Leave them in the comments. We hope that you have a great month here in Austin, TX! Thanks for reading our post!