Celebrate Pi Day with These Adorable Rainbow Pizzas

Luxe and the Lady takes us behind the scenes of her adorable creations.

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Rainbow Pizza Pi(es)

This March 14th, celebrate the internet's favorite numerical holiday: Pi Day!

Let's Get Saucy

Great pizza needs great sauce. This recipe is super easy and will make your nerdy mini pies impossible to resist.

Extra Sauce Welcome

Save any leftovers in an airtight container and enjoy for weeks to come!

Number Nerds, Rejoice

Love crunching numbers? Cutting them out of colorful vegetables will easily be your favorite part of this project. Save the remaining veggies for stir-fry or roast them in the oven.

Roast Your Potato Decimals

To ensure your purple and sweet potatoes are cooked, roast 'em at 425°F.

Pizza Party

Using ready-to-bake pizza dough, roll out eight equally-sized dough balls — the perfect amount for personal pizzas.

Mini Rolling Pin Optional

Stretch or roll your eight dough balls into eight thin pizza crusts.

Par Bake Your Buddies

After brushing each round with a little oil, toss them in the oven for a quick pre-bake.

Get Sauced

Spread one tablespoon of sauce on each cute little pizza crust.

Cheese, Please!

Now cover the tops with cheese, and don't hold back.

Melt. That. Cheese!

Make it melty and gooey and great.

Cloudy with a chance of Pi

Using sliced mozzarella, cut out some clouds for garnishing.

Nori Faces & Pi Symbols

Small, food-safe scissors are key for creating cute faces and pi symbols.

ROYGBV meet Pi

Arrange your number veggies on top of your pie and see how many decimal points you can fit. Here's a helpful cheat sheet:


Pi in the Sky

Now go ahead and celebrate never-ending numbers with never-ending pizza pies.