7 irrationally delicious things you can make in this pi dish #Food#dessert#geeky March 14 | Megan Finley Horowitz meggyfin Pi Pie Pan Related Post Pi-inspired kitchen backsplash The way I see it, there are three ways to celebrate Pi Day: with math, with pie, and with pizza pie. I don't need any... Read more That, right there is a pie baked in the shape of pi, because there exists such a thing as the Pi Pie Dish. In honor of Pi day, let's explore all of the delicious things that the culinary geeks who purchased this product have baked in this pi dish… Brownie pi Who says you need to make pie in the pi dish? Brownies are also perfectly acceptable — in fact, recommended, as almost all sections of brownie will be the delicious end pieces! Pies with perfectly proportionate pie-to-crust ratios Photo by Amazon customer DPR As DPR explained, "[This is the] perfect pan for the nerdy or the Pi(e) Day Fantic. This pan yields pies with a very delightfully larger proportion of crust to filling [and it] fits a larger portion of filling than a regular 9" pie pan, so multiply your recipe by 4/3." Pi-can pie Photo by djwtwo I can't think of a better pie recipe for this pi dish than pecan pie. Grab the recipe over here, call it your pi-can pie recipe and profit. Corn bread pi Get savory with this dish and make corn bread. Much like the pi brownie, this dish gives you a greater number of crusty end pieces! Speedy blueberry pie pi Photo by Larry Thomas As Larry explained in his Amazon review… "I was so worried I was going to miss out on the festivities this 3/14/15 @ 9:26:53.59, as I had only 20 minutes to get my blueberry pie cooked. A slight change on the baking directions and cooked it at 475 for 10 minutes, and 400 for the remaining 10 had a perfectly cooked crust." Pi-nut butter pie Photo by Candy Wong This is a peanut butter pie, filled with natural peanut butter, cream cheese, and whipped cream, covered in candied peanuts. (Psst: you can get more details on this dish over here.) Finally… Put pi on a pi pie! Photo by Jill Harder What mathematically delicious recipes would you make in this pi dish? Reporter Name * Reporter Email * Original text Enter the original text here. Edited text* Enter your suggested copyedit here. Notes You can add a note for the editor here. * Required information. Fix Typo Megan Finley Horowitz When Megan's not writing, traveling, and sleeping, she's eating like the fate of the world depends on it. (You're welcome, world!) You can snoop into her personal life over on her website The Dash and Dine! @meggyfin @thedashanddine @meggyfin PREVIOUS The crocheted window treatment of your rainbow daydreams NEXT Being The Backup: The one who gets the text when no one else is available Show/Hide comments [ 8 ] OMG, someone on Facebook just suggested "Chicken Pot Pi" and I'm saving it here for pi-sterity. 😉 6 agree Reply Is that with a marijuana wash over the crust? 2 agree Reply I bet lasagna would also be delicious in this. 2 agree Reply Ooh, or Shepherd's "Pi"! 2 agree Reply YAAAAAAS!!!! Reply How about Mathsaka (moussaka in the pi dish)? Layers of eggplant, spiced mince- and my Mum makes it with macaroni instead of potatoes as it's lighter. Plus a layer of semolina-y stuff and cheese. Om nom nom. 4 agree Reply Oh man, that's also genius. You guys are ON FIRE! Er… PIre! Reply I have to say as far as pie and pi goes, I prefer the simple geometric imagery of the circle. (Or maybe Calc II has me feeling all traumatized by the pi symbol, lol.) But oh man, this pan would be great for anything like brownies where what you really want is the crusty, carmelized, kinda burnt, edgy bits. I would put Frito pi in it. Short-rib chili, cheese, crema, chopped onion – all over some Fritos (natch). 1 agrees Reply Join the conversation Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment No-drama comment policy Part of what makes the Offbeat Empire different is our commitment to civil, constructive commenting. Make sure you're familiar with our no-drama comment policy.