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3.14 Pi(e)

For four years I’ve intended to make a pie for pie day, and four years running I’ve neglected to do so. I have no problem making pies for every other day of the year, but for some reason this specific “holiday” eludes me.

But not this year. This is the famed year for 3.14 Pi Day Pie at Fahrenheit 350°. Creamy, delicious, decadent and full of all the things I love pie.

Peanut Butter Ice Cream Pie

The base, or crust, of this pie is your favorite chocolate cake ÷ 2
(I made cupcakes with the other half of the batter)
Bake and trim top to level
Set aside
In a separate bowl combine
8oz caramel sauce
1 cup graham cracker crumbs
1 cup oatmeal
8oz cream cheese
2 cups peanut butter
¼ gallon vanilla ice cream
Whip together until smooth
Spread over top of leveled chocolate cake to smooth
Decorate with chocolate curls
Chill in freezer until set

Two years ago: Fondue for Angels, Angel Food Cake and Fondue Toppings


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