Now, we know you don’t really need a reason to indulge, but it’s Pi Day, so why not treat yourself for the occasion? From creamy-dreamy coconut to a truly Texan Frito pie, celebrate the day as big and as bold as the mathematical constant itself. Find the recipes here!
With green chiles, beans, and pepper jack cheese, our Spicy Turkey Shepherd’s Pie is a rootin’- tootin’ Tex-Mex twist on the mashed potato–topped classic. Definitely keep this one in mind for the weekend after Thanksgiving or anytime you have leftover rotisserie chicken.
Looking to get your sweet on? This luscious pie recipe, courtesy of Bumdoodlers Lunch Company, is just the thing. Made with sifted cocoa and dark vanilla, the real stars are the whipped cream, chocolate syrup, and mini peanut butter cups that top it off.
Can a quiche be a pie? We say yes! Spinach, caramelized onions, and a blend of Gruyère and cheddar cheese make this baked dish from Frankie Hearts Fashion a surefire crowd-pleaser. Next time you’re having company for brunch or lunch, make this your go-to recipe.
This Southern staple usually adorns your Thanksgiving table, but why limit a pie’s seasonality — especially when chocolate, bourbon and pecans are involved. This isn’t like your grandma’s recipe either. At Harold’s, this rich pie is kicked up with a generous shot of bourbon and is best served with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
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The famous New Mexican chile is added to the mix of this Mexican mainstay. Layered with warm flour tortillas, shredded chicken, roasted chiles and cheddar cheese, this recipe from Central Market will be your new favorite way to eat enchiladas.
Blue Bonnet Cafe celebrates pie pretty much every day — it has a pie happy hour Monday through Friday from 3 to 5 p.m. This Coconut Cream Pie is the top seller, but if you can’t make it to Marble Falls, try this classic recipe at home. It’s so addictive, you’ll want two pieces.
Gooey cheddar cheese, salty corn chips and my spicy meaty chili come together in this simple yet oh-so-satisfying “pie.” While the origins of the Frito Pie remain unknown, we know this “walkin’ taco” holds a special place in many Texans’ hearts.
Light and refreshing, this Key Lime Pie from Buttermilk Cafe is perfect for spring. Full of fresh lime flavor from the lime juice and zest, you’ll be wishing you were beachside in Florida with an ice cold margarita to match.