Today is Pi day! Celebrate by baking a pie, or maybe having a pizza pie for dinner?

I have pre-made pie crusts in my freezer (bought on sale during the holidays), and I have home-canned blueberry pie filling and apple pie filling. I don’t like to make my own pie crust. I’m going to unroll one of my frozen pie crusts, dump in some pie filling, do a lattice top, and voila, easy celebration of Pi day!

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