We took the top 10 from Food and Wine’s list of 31 pies for Pi Day. Click here for their entire list.
Humble ingredients like puffed rice cereal (transformed into a brilliant topping) and graham crackers (crushed with hazelnuts to yield a tender crust) are the core of this surprisingly luxe dessert.
Since puff pastry can be tricky to prepare, this version uses a high-quality, store-bought puff pastry.
You’ll love this lemony, silken, frozen pie and its sweet graham cracker crust.
This delicious whipped-cream-topped peanut butter pie offers the perfect balance of sweet and salty flavors.
In one cold, creamy dessert, layer pink grapefruit curd in a crunchy graham-cracker crust with caramel sauce and a delicate topping of fluffy meringue.
Crumbly chocolate almond crust brings this traditional key lime pie to a whole new level.
A thin layer of rich ganache prevents the chocolate filling from making the crust here soggy. If you don’t want to make your own pie crust, simply use a 9-inch graham cracker crust.
A supereasy press-in crust means you don't even need a rolling pin for this amazing pecan pie.
Rebecca Masson of Houston’s Fluff Bake Bar tops her dense and delicious apple pie with a thick layer of crisp, buttery crumble.
For this easy caramel pie, the filling is sweetened condensed milk sprinkled lightly with sea salt and baked until thick and gooey, then chilled in a simple graham cracker crust.