My husband is a big math and science nerd and of course I'm a pie nerd, so you know we celebrate Pi day at our house. A day when our two worlds come together. International Pi Day, not to be confused with National Pie Day, is celebrated each year on March 14. Pi is the ratio of the circumference of a circle to it's diameter, approximately 3.14159, thus why we celebrate and eat pie on 3/14. I may not understand the whole math side of it all, but I can appreciate another reason to enjoy pie;)

Here's a a Chocolate Chess Pie that will please any Math Enthusiast.

A partially blind baked crust is filled with a rich, gooey, brownie, like filling. It's easy to make and so delicious.

I made my own Pi stencil using card stock. I dusted the design with powdered sugar.

Pi goes on indefinitely, so I cut out as many numbers as I thought I could fit around the edge of the pie. I baked the numbers on a baking sheet and added them to the pie while it was still warm.

Chocolate Chess Pie served on a Chess board.

Here are several other Pi Day designs I did in the past:

Key Lime Pie

Chocolate Chip Pie

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