We are taking it back to Pi Day. Here is the pie I ended up making this year for it.
Here is an apple pie that is pretty easy to make, although I had a couple problems that were probably user error.
I know it isn’t Pi Day yet, but consider this your Pi Day post since it is on a weekend this year.
I was excited to find a non-baked pie recipe I could make that is creamy but vegan. The original recipe called for peanut butter, but natural peanut butter, so it was easy to swap with almond butter.
This isn’t my first time making this kind of recipe, but I had my best luck with this recipe and am happy to keep making them since all of us were fans. This is one of K’s favorite dim sum treats, and I am excited to make them at home.
For 2017’s Thanksgiving I really wanted to make this. I had never made pumpkin pie and it seemed like it could be fun to try. Especially since I have such good luck with this cookbook and she made it sound so good. And that is all from someone who is indifferent to pumpkin pie. But then the Chiplet was born and making a pie wasn’t really something I was thinking of at that point. Especially when we ended up having a quiet Thanksgiving with only 3 of us eating it. So fast forward to this year. I liked that most of the parts could be done ahead and in sections. Also, the Fudgelet really wanted to try different traditional foods so I went full traditional.