Pi Day 3.14 Fruit Pie Recipe

February 28, 2019 By: Comments
Tagged: Kid Friendly Kid Friendly. Desserts Desserts. Apple Pie Apple Pie. Fruit Fruit. Cherry Pie Cherry Pie. Pi Day Pi Day. Cherry Cherry. Quick & Easy Quick & Easy. Blueberry pie Blueberry pie. Pie Crusts Pie Crusts. Food Lion Food Lion. Apples Apples. Baked Baked.
20 Minutes
25 Minutes
Makes 2 pies
Looking for festive pies to make for Pi Day? Pies with berry pie filling can't be beat. Try out this quick and easy 3.14 fruit pie recipe from Food Lion!


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  1. Bring the pie crusts to room temperature. Roll two of them out and then curl the edges in to form a rim. This will hold your pie filling in place. Prick the entire surface of both crusts with a fork. Place on a baking sheet and bake in a 425-degree oven for approximately 20 minutes (keep an eye on it).
  2. Using the third and fourth pie crusts, cut one 3/4 inch strip out of the center of each pie crust. These will be your diameter lines for both pies. Then cut shorter radius pieces (3/4 inch wide) which approximates 1/8 of the pies (or 1/4 of half of the pie).
  3. Cut a number 3, a number 1, a number 4, and a “decimal” point out of the third crust as shown, and repeat with the fourth crust.
  4. Prick all of the pieces with a fork. Place on a baking sheet and bake in a 425-degree oven for 5 minutes.
  5. You can use a long wooden spoon across the pie crusts as a guide for where to place the pie fillings. Guesstimate the approximate spot for the radius piece.
  6. One-eighth of each pie will be cherry; 3/8 of each pie will be blueberry, as shown. The remaining half of each pie will be apple.
  7. Carefully spoon the fruit fillings into the pies in a single layer. Don’t overfill.
  8. Arrange the diameter pieces, the radius pieces, and the numbers on the pies in the appropriate places as shown. Serve and enjoy!