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Pi Day Pie Delivery

Pi Day is 3/14! Celebrate this mathematically wonderful day with an infinite amount of flavor and a delightful treat!

March 14th is traditionally known as Pi Day! In math, pi is the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter. The number is constant and never ending. It is an important number and is used in multiple formulas and calculations. The first three digits of pie are 3, 1, and 4. Therefore, Pi Day is celebrated on 3/14. The holiday is the perfect time to eat pie, as it is a pun on pi! Send a pie to your loved ones to celebrate Pi Day. A pie can be delivered whether you are near or far, so send a pie no matter where you are. A pie delivery is sure to delight any fan of the desser, or the number! It's a great time to indulge in a tasty slice of pie. Just like pi, you'll wish Pi Day was never-ending! The Romans are traditionally credited with the creation of pie. Pies have been around for a long time and were made with a wide variety of recipes. Each European country had a different idea of what pies should consist of. For example, in England they made pies that were filled with meat. Over time, pies eventually became sweeter. Everyone has a favorite pie and would love to find one sent right to their door. Send a sweet pie to someone on Pi Day, or any day! What better way to celebrate Pi Day than with a pie delivery? Fruit pies are tasty and delicious. Apple pie is considered a classic and is the favorite of many. Fruit filled pies have been around since the 1500s. Early versions of apple pie originated in England, where other additions to the dessert included raisins and other fruit. One such recipe called for ingredients such as raisins and pears. These pies were not that sweet and sugary, as sugar was expensive and not an everyday treat. Sugar eventually became more readily available (and less costly). Nowadays, pies are generally very sweet. They are consumed as special treats, especially on holidays such as Pi Day! We know that a pie delivery should be sent carefully. Our pies are shipped in secure packaging to make sure they get to your recipient safely. We understand that you put your trust in us to make their gift experience extra special. Bake Me A Wish! does not take that responsibility lightly. Please be sure to contact our customer service at customercare@bakemeawish.com or 888-987-9474 with any questions or concerns about your pie delivery. We are happy to assist you.