Celebrate Pie on Pi Day
The Truman Park Blog has several recipes to help you celebrate Pi Day on March 14th. Brush up on your basic geometry, calculate the area of a circle, and have some pie to celebrate! We hope that you enjoy making at least one of our pie recipes this month!
This is the simplest pie recipe on our list. All you need to make this treat is a tub of cool whip, chocolate chip cookies, an Oreo crust, Oreo cookies, and chocolate curls. Simply layer the ingredients and enjoy! Learn more about putting this recipe together by clicking the link.
This brown butterscotch pie is a little more difficult to make. While you might have to spend a little more time making this pie, we promise that it’s well worth it! This recipe uses brown butter. You can make brown butter by melting butter until it starts to give off a slightly nutty smell. This recipe changes up the traditional brown butter recipe by combining butter and brown sugar together for their “brown butter.” Heat and stir this mixture until it begins to give off a “toasted smell.”
We are big fans of sugar here at the Truman Park Blog. This sugar cream pie is to die for. Use cornstarch, white sugar, butter, heavy cream, and vanilla to make the pie and combine butter and cinnamon sugar to make the topping. This recipe is pretty easy, and you can make it in about forty minutes.
This is the perfect pie for anyone who loves mint chocolate ice cream. Use mint Oreos (or regular Oreos if you’d prefer) to make the crust. The filling is made with butter, heavy cream, cream cheese, powdered sugar, vanilla, peppermint extract, food coloring, and chocolate chips. Make sure that you plan out plenty of time to let this pie cool in the fridge.
Leave us your favorite pie recipe in the comments. Where’s your favorite place to get pie in Largo, MD? Be sure to let us know. Thanks for reading our post!