20 Next-Level Ways To Eat Apple Pie On National Pi Day

I'm a big advocate of any holiday that lets me eat dessert without feeling guilty about it.

So obviously, I'm a huge fan of National Pi Day.

OK, well maybe that's not the type you can actually eat.

But hey, it's close enough. So if you ask me, it totally counts as a free pass to stuff your face with all sorts of delectable pies, like the almighty apple pie, of course.

If you've been settling for normal, boring old slices of this classic American treat, you should really consider expanding your eating horizons.

From apple pie ice cream pops to pie-inspired paninis, pizza, empanadas and even lollipops, there are all sorts of creative ways you can take your beloved apple pie to the next level.

In order to help you make the most out of this delicious day, we set out to find a bunch of badass apple pie-inspired recipes because, let's face it, eating pie is a lot more fun than using pi to solve math problems.

Take a look at the pictures below to see these amazing apple pie treats.

Apple Pie Pizza

Recipe: Dessert For Two

Apple Pie Tacos

Recipe: Copy Kat

Bourbon Apple Pie Ice Cream

Recipe: Broma Bakery

Apple Pie Panini

Recipe: Just a Taste

Apple Pie Nachos

Recipe: Drew Swantak/Thrillist

Apple Pie Cinnamon Rolls

Recipe: The Hopeless Housewife

Apple Pie Fries

Recipe: CinchyShopper

Caramel Apple Pie Cookies

Recipe: OMG Chocolate Desserts

Caramel Apple Pie Moonshine Jelly Shots

Recipe: That's So Michelle

Apple Pie Milkshake

Recipe: A Night Owl Blog

Apple Pie Bars

Recipe: Love Grows Wild

Apple Pie Cupcakes

Recipe: Dessert Now Dinner Later

Apple Pie Pancake Kabobs

Recipe: Betty Crocker

Apple Pie Pops

Recipe: What Should I Make For

Apple Pie A La Mode Popsicles

Recipe: Sheri Silver/Babble

Apple Pie Empanadas

Recipe: Mom Time Out

Apple Pie Oreo Truffles

Recipe: Bread Booze Bacon

Apple Pie Lasagna

Recipe: Beyond Frosting

Apple Pie Stuffed French Toast

Recipe: Will Cook For Smiles

Caramel Apple Pie Sangria

Recipe: Mind Over Batter