3.14 Pi Day

It’s March 14! AKA 3/14 AKA Pi Day!

To celebrate this delicious day, Aquarian Age Wicca has dug up the most tantalizing pie recipes for each sabbat for all you kitchen witches and hungry witches out there! Everything is vegan and cruelty free so you can eat to your heart’s content without any guilt! Note: Aquarian Age Wicca has been 100% vegan since 2019. 

Samhain

This coconut pomegranate pie from Use your Noodle is as delicious to look at as it is to eat. It’s a no bake pie, perfect for when the oven is tied up with all your other Samhain dishes baking! Samhain is when the veil is thinnest between our world and the void, the realm of the dead. Pomegranate is known as “the fruit of the dead,” as in Greek mythology, eating of pomegranate seeds is what ties Persephone to Hades as she is made to stay in the Underworld. 

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Yule

Check out these witchy Wiccan masterpieces from Domestic Gothess! Pentacle topped vegan apple pies are perfect for Yule, the celebration of the birth of the God. Apples symbolize the sun, which in turn is associated with the God. Baked apple desserts are also traditional for wintertime and winter holidays!

Get the recipe here.

Imbolc

When winter’s cold still has a hold and spring is just barely beginning, this vegan shepherd’s pot pie from A Couple Cooks is perfect for Imbolc. This pie has potatoes, a favorite of Brigid, and root vegetables and earthy sage for a hearty Imbolc feast. 

Get the recipe here.

Ostara

Ostara is one of the three fertility festivals and often features eggs as a staple. For a veganized version, Bitter Sweet Blog has a vegan quiche pie with no animals harmed in the making!

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Beltane

When the veil is the thinnest between our realm and the fae realm, we can honor the fae with a strawberry rhubarb pie from Bianca Zapatka. The bright red and pink of this pie pair well with the ribbons of the May Pole you’ll dance around this May Day celebration. 

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Litha

Reward yourself from all the dancing and drumming you’ll do at Litha with a good, old fashioned vegan and gluten free cherry pie from Unconventional Baker. Nothing says the height of summer like cherries!

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Lughnasadh

This late summer harvest festival is perfect for a Blackberry oat crumble pie from Moon and Spoon and Yum. The baked perfection of the in season fruit blackberries and the crunchy, heartwarming oats will comfort your soul as you celebrate the God Lugh. 

Get the recipe here.

Mabon

For Mabon, AKA Witches Thanksgiving, Vegan Kitchen Magic has a delicious classic: pumpkin pie! As we celebrate this harvest festival, no Thanksgiving or Mabon feast spread is complete without it!

Get the recipe here

This post is making me so hungry so I’m off to indulge in some deliciousness for Pi Day. Post what delectable dishes you got into on this 3.14 in the comments!

By Gita Nallapati, AAW Member

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