Pi Day Pie Slayer Pizza - We are basically Mathematicians

Pi Day Pie Slayer Pizza - We are basically Mathematicians

Remember the days when your High School math teacher used to get way too excited talking about Pi? We all remember it's 3.14, and that it has something to do with a circle...but that's about it.

Well it's Pi Day (March 14th) and pizzas are circles so let's celebrate with pizza.

Introducing the Pi Day-Pie Slayer Pizza, a creation that celebrates 3.14 with its ingredients: 3 cheeses, 1 unforgettable sauce, and 4 total components to make your taste buds sing and your math skills soar...remember math?

Let's dive into this simple yet game-changer recipe that's as easy as pi(e)!

The Ingredients:

  • 1 Naan Bread (your pizza crust cheat code [NAAN RECIPE])... Make it yourself or pickup some pre-packed 
  • 1 Generous helping of Tacticalories PIE SLAYER Pizza Sauce (the soul of any great pizza)
  • 3 Cheese blend (it's pi day- so let's rage with the cheese)
  • 4 Thick boy fried pepperoni cubes (trust me on this one: no pre-sliced skin flap pepperoni this time...not on pi day)

Let's Pizza Pi:

  1. Preheat your oven to a blistering 475°F (245°C) to ensure your naan bread crust achieves that perfect crunch.
  2. Spread a hearty layer of PIE SLAYER Pizza Sauce over the naan bread, covering it with the rich, herb-infused flavor that sets this sauce apart from the rest.
  3. Sprinkle your three-cheese blend...heavily.
  4. Top it off with thick-cut fried pepperoni cubes. Pre-fry the pepperoni for bonus flavor. 
  5. Bake your pie for about 12 minutes, or until the cheese is bubbling and the edges are golden brown.


While your favorite math teacher is celebrating Pi Day with math, you'll be celebrating it with pizza. This Pi Day, remember that pizza is the only pie that truly matters, and with PIE SLAYER Pizza Sauce, you're always in for a treat that's as epic as the number 3.14159... itself.

So, grab your ingredients, preheat that oven, and pay homage to Pi Day in the most satisfying way possible. Here's to math, to pizza, and to March 14...oh, and have an extra slice for that math teacher who did their damndest to instill the joys of Pi Day- if only they would have brought pizza to class that day.