Vegan pie recipes, including both sweet treats and savory tarts, are a pie lovers dream come true! Chow down on homemade pot pie, hearty lentil shepherd’s pie, dairy free key lime pie, and much more!
Happy Pi Day! For those non-nerds reading this, Pi Day is March 14, which is also known as 3.14. March 14… 3.14… pi… get it? These vegan pie recipes will help you celebrate the holiday deliciously.
In the past, I’ve celebrated Pi Day with pie-themed vegan potlucks. People have made pizza pies, various savory tarts, vegan variations on shepherd’s pie, apple pie, chocolate pie, and the list goes on. It’s always a fun and delicious time.
The pie potlucks have fallen by the wayside in recent years. Not because my love of pie has waned, but because life has gotten in the way. In lieu of a potluck this year, I’m sharing some of my favorite vegan pie recipes. I guess this can be considered a virtual potluck!
Vegan Pie Recipes for Pi Day
These little tartlets are perfect Pi Day snacks or appetizers. They’re also great for potlucks, because everyone can have their own little mini pie – no pie server required!
This recipe won Best Main Dish in the 2014 Virtual Vegan Potluck, and was a favorite at last year’s real-life Pi Day potluck
I imagine that if you could taste spring, it would taste like this tart. This is a good dish with which to welcome the new season.
I created this recipe several years ago for a Pi Day potluck and it was a big hit.
This recipe uses cauliflower-millet mash for the crust, rather than the traditional mashed potatoes, for a healthy twist.
This dish, made with cashew ricotta and slices of fresh zucchini, is always a crowd pleaser. I like to make it for potlucks, but it’s so good I don’t always want to share!
This recipe is a healthy twist on shepherd’s pie. It’s loaded with veggies and leafy greens and topped off with a millet-amaranth crust.
Pot pie is the ultimate in comfort food! This easy recipe is from my book The Truly Healthy Vegan Cookbook!
Pizza is round and has a crust, so it counts as pie. The blend of arugula, pesto, potatoes, and mushrooms is one of my favorite combos, and this is one of my favorite pizzas.
If you’ve never made pizza on the grill, you need to change that! Start with this recipe from VBQ: The Ultimate Vegan Barbecue Cookbook by Nadine Horn and Jörg Mayer.
This pizza was inspired by one of my favorite salads, and it’s proof positive that everything tastes better on a crust.
I really love pesto on pizza, and something magical happens when you pair it with cashew ricotta.
This decadent pie is made with just six ingredients and it comes together in a matter of minutes!
Of course, you can’t have a celebration of pies without dessert pie! Chocolate cream pie is my all-time favorite.
Dennis is not a fan of chocolatey desserts. Key Lime is his favorite, so I make this pie from The Blossom Cookbook for him from time to time, and he loves it.
Satisfy your sweet tooth with a slice of no bake vegan grasshopper pie. Made with chocolate and mint, this dairy-free version of the classic dessert contains good-for-you ingredients like walnuts and avocados, but no one will know unless you tell them.
This easy, no-bake blueberry pie recipe doesn’t require an oven, so it’s ideal for the hot summer months, when the last thing you want to do is heat up your kitchen with a hot stove.
What’s your favorite type of pie?