Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Lunch Made Easy: Celebrate Pi Day! 3.14

Little Miss is off school this week Thursday and Friday, so her classroom is celebrating Pi Day today instead! 

Pi Day is celebrated on March 14th, aka 3.14 - get it? ;)

Her class is having a math filled day and pie to eat (she'll have safe pie provided by her Mama, of course). Since I was already doing some baking for her pie treats for class, I figured I bust out my Pie Pop maker and include some fun in her lunch box as well with these adorable SunButter & Jelly filled Pie Pops! They're Gluten, Nut, Dairy, Egg, & Soy Free

I slightly altered my pie dough recipe for my pie pop maker by only using half the sugar called for. I filled each with SunButter & Jelly, as mentioned above. One got a little overfilled/ leaky, but still adorable. 

I melted a few Enjoy Life allergy free chocolate chips and piped the Greek Pi letter and 3.14 on each.

She also has packed a container of pear dices and carrot coins. I sent with her a Stonyfield organic YoKids drinkable yogurt pouch on the side too, just for good measure, since the pie pops are not very big. If you're dairy free, obviously sub that out for your child.

Lunch is packed in an EasyLunchboxes container. 



  1. That's almost too adorable! Wow! What a great mom. :) I still haven't decided how/if I'll be celebrating Pi Day this year. I'm leaning toward maybe a savory pie, like a vegetarian shepherd's pie, rather than sweet, since I've been treating myself all winter!

  2. Cute! This reminds me. I need to pick up ingredients for making a Pi on Friday!

  3. So cute! Love the pi/pie lollipops!


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