Every week we pull together some great Canadian recipes from Canadian food bloggers around the web featuring one main ingredient or dish. Whether it's for Pi Day (March 14th) or any day, how can you go wrong with these 34 amazing pie recipes!

34 Pie Recipes | Food Bloggers of Canada 

Who would have thought, just a "few" years ago when we were in high school, that we would enjoy the constant 3.14 so, so much?

Whether you are a math hater or you are one of those strange creatures that love numbers, if you are reading this post is probably because you are all in for celebrating Pi Day on March 14!

In this context, of course, Pi Day is all about paying attention to the phonetics so, did anyone say pie?

Yes! In fact, a bunch FBC members did, got arithmetical in the kitchen and decided to throw a bash for π with 38 delicious recipes that go from delectable apple or pecan+bourbon desserts to very, very proud tourtières. Check 'em out! (Of course, you don't need it to be March 14th just to eat pie - these will work any day of the week! In fact, we strongly endorse regular pie eating!)

34 Sweet and Savoury Pie Recipes

Pi Day Recipes

By Food Bloggers of Canada

  • Marmalade Pecan Pie (with coconut sugar, bourbon and a hint of chocolate)

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    This [Marmalade Pecan Pie](http://www.simplebites.net/marmalade-pecan-pie-with-coconut-sugar-bourbon-and-a-hint-of-chocolate/) (with coconut sugar, bourbon and a hint of chocolate) has several levels of flavour that are memorable to the tongue. The marmalade plays the role of bringing a familiar sticky element to it, along with a pleasant, slightly bitter taste that cuts the overall richness. From **Simple Bites**.

  • Sage Chicken Pot Pie with Roasted Harvest Vegetables

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    This [Sage Chicken Pot Pie with Roasted Harvest Vegetables](https://vikalinka.com/2017/11/02/sage-chicken-pot-pie-roasted-harvest-vegetables/) tastes like a Thanksgiving dinner all rolled into one. Do you need to roast the veggies? Yes! That's what makes the pie so flavourful. From **Vikalinka**.

  • Seville Orange and Lemon Pie

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    The relative lack of sweetness in the Seville oranges in this [Seville Orange and Lemon Pie](http://www.diversivore.com/recipe/seville-orange-and-lemon-pie/) is something of an asset, as it yields a more nuanced, balanced dessert that avoids becoming cloying. From **Diversivore**.

  • Super Simple Key Lime Pie

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    This [Super Simple Key Lime Pie](https://domesticdreamboat.com/key-lime-pie/) is super simple because it only has six ingredients. It is super easy because there’s minimal prep work involved.  The best part? Everyone will love it and you don't have to tell them how easy it was to make. From **Domestic Dreamboat**.

  • Gluten-Free Apple Pie

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    The pastry in this [Gluten-Free Apple Pie](http://myislandbistrokitchen.com/2018/01/11/gluten-free-apple-pie/) rivals any gluten version (and, in fact, it can even taste better!). The filling calls for apples sauteed in butter and mixed with sugar and spices. Yum! From **My Island Bistro Kitchen**.

  • French Canadian Tourtière

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    In this [French Canadian Tourtière](https://thelemonapron.com/french-canadian-tourtiere/) the cinnamon, cloves, allspice, and nutmeg are prominent. As are garlic, thyme, sage, pepper and cayenne pepper. Full of flavour and national pride. From **The Lemon Apron**.

  • Cabbage Pie

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    This [Cabbage Pie](https://www.imagelicious.com/blog/cabbage-pie-and-my-guilty-ingredient) – cabbage, eggs, dill and quick mayonnaise-based batter – is perfect for a delicious lunch or dinner any time of the year. Plus, it is healthy and low-carb. From **Imagelicious**.

  • Mushroom and Blueberry Savoury Pie

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    Even though the crimini and Canadian fruits in this [Mushroom and Blueberry Savoury Pie](https://www.lisaposatska.com/blog/mushroom-blueberry-savoury-pie) are delicious, the real highlight is the olive oil crust, which further enhances the umami and makes the blueberries seem all the sweeter. From **Lisa Posatska**.

RELATED:  The Spice Box – Getting to Know Sage

More Pie Recipes

Click on the photos to go to the recipe.


A big thank you to all our FBC Members who participated in this weekend's Pi Day Recipes roundup.

If you're an FBC Member and would like to submit to future weekend link roundups, make sure you're signed up to receive your members-only newsletter where we list all the weekly roundups for the current month (don't receive your monthly member newsletter? Log in to your account and check off the box to receive our member updates!)


If you love getting Canadian recipes in your inbox, then you might want to subscribe to The FBC Food Lovers Newsletter. Once a week we’ll be featuring great Canadian recipes from FBC members, as well as occasional delicious offers from some of our partners.

You don’t have to be an FBC Member to subscribe – you just have to love food! All you have to do is click here to subscribe!


You are subscribing to the FBC Food Lovers Newsletter.
You can unsubscribe any time!
Click Me

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.