Pi Day!
This is my second submission into the Pi Day challenge and for this one I thought about doing something both unexpected yet explicit. When I think of pi, there are 3 numbers that pop into my mind right away: 3.14. So why not think out of the box and give those numbers the attention they deserve on their day! I wanted to start this submission with a fresh and fruity combination of delicious pies while keeping pi as the main theme and inspiration. I thought using fruit would be a nice tribute to all the past seasons and a big welcome to summer. The first digit is blueberry and cream cheese filled. For the point, a tiny classic apple pie with even smaller pi adorn the crust. For the second digit a sweet and tangy ripe peach and mango flavor. And last but not least, a sweet and tart, utterly delicious raspberry and cream cheese filling for the third digit. Nest these fillings in a crunchy, thin and buttery golden crust joined by a dollop of vanilla whipped cream and you'll leave your guests speechless on Pi Day!

Step 1: Pie Dough

For this recipe I used store-bought pie dough. I printed the number templates in white copy paper, and then used a sharp knife to cut the silhouettes in the dough. Then I did a little cilynder to act as a barrier for the filling about a quarter of an inch thick. To make it look pretty I added a third piece of dough, this one more embellished on top of the barrier.

Before putting my pies in the oven, I brush the borders with some egg wash (tip: I also used it to make the layers of dough that can be seen in the picture stick!). To make egg wash, just crack an egg, add a tablespoon of water and beat until incorporated.

This recipe will need an oven preheated to 350 degrees F.
Just looking at them makes me feel hungry! <br> <br>I've featured them in the International Pi Day post over at Geek Crafts, please check it out at: http://geekcrafts.com/nom-nom-international-pi-day/ <br>
<p>Hey! I just looked at your post, thank you so, so much for your comments!</p>
Those look amazing ! Great Job
<p>i just loved it </p>
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Clever! Love that decimal point! Nice edging on the digits.
It looks delicious!!! wonderful idea !
Hey that looks delicious!! Congrats Terechu!
Amazing numbers!.. The taste must be incredible! Imagine that dessert watching the Monday Night Football... Priceless!
Ooooooh! yummy-yummy those numbers! I so love these pie!
OMG!!! This is amazing, i love the creativity and the design, i can imagine the taste... should be indescribable ; )
If I had a magazine I'll hire you as Editor in Chief, that picture is such a fun spin on a classic! geeky, classy, fruity... Excellent job!
Looks delicious. Good luck!
Looks so nice!.. Pie my thing, wanna try it!
Amazing !!!! Congratulations :)!!!
So delicious!.. This is a nice way to love Maths! Good luck Girls!
This is ADORABLE! Such a new and interesting twist on classics! I want to eat them all but at the same time the presentation is so perfect I do not want to mess it up! It really has the pi theme throughout all of it, too. Wonderful!
Many, many thanks for your comments guys!!
These are gorgeous. Your attention to detail is incredible! :D
Wanna try those numbers so badly!
much better than a donut, perfect with a duff beer
Got to love the Mini pie!!!! looks great!!
It looks so tasteful for anytime of the day!
Come on Tere! this is amazing! Keep it up it looks delicius!
keep on rolling Guys! Good Work
i loveeee the tiny pie!!!!!!
#1 my favorite!!! Good luck!
The point (Mini pie) is just perfect for me! this is a master piece, the numbers are so perfect and provocative...I love it...
Wanna eat it right away... God job!
Beautiful design guys... Wanna probe number by number!
Thank you very much!!!
OMG that's awesome. I want a 10 digit Pi! ;)
must be done at home
I can not wait to make this pie at Home. Good work Guys. You keep the world moving!!.

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