I’m a former math teacher, so I like to celebrate Pi Day every year on March 14. Do you vaguely remember pi from Geometry class? It’s value is approximately 3.14, thus Pi Day is celebrated on 3/14. When I was teaching, I made several pies to with the students who scored 100% on their Geometry tests that day. That was a lot of pie baking! I wish I had these Mason jar lid pie recipes back then. Serving the kids would have been so much simpler – and lots more fun!
Apple and Caramel Pie in a Mason Jar Lid – This recipe from Addicted2Recipes calls for Granny Smith apples and caramel chips.
Mason Jar Lid Cherry Pies – The Lady Behind The Curtain has a wonderful pictorial tutorial for this miniature berry pie.
Mason Jar Lid Spiced Peach Pies – This Dessert For Two recipe calls for apple cider in the pie crust. That’s a new one on me!
Mini Pear Tarts in a Mason Jar Lid – This Fat Girl In A Skinny Body recipe uses a yummy pear filling that can be made up to two weeks in advance.
Seckel Pear Tarts with Spiced Brown Butter – This miniature pear pie recipe from Farm Girl Gourmet calls for small Seckel pears, but you can use Bosc or Bartlett instead. Isn’t it a pretty pie?
Mason Jar Lid Blueberry Pies – This recipe from She Knows is a perfect way to use all those blueberries picked in July and August – or later in the year if they’re frozen!
Mini Mixed Berry Pies – Although these miniature pies are photographed in ramekins, they can also be made in Mason jar lids. Cambria Wines also has a mini chicken pot pie recipe on this blog page.
Mini Strawberry Pies – The Plaid & Paisley Kitchen calls for making a pie crust from scratch, but you could use refrigerated pie dough instead.
Mason Jar Lid Rhubarb Pies – From My Table To Yours has a miniature rhubarb pie that couldn’t be simpler. And I really like rhubarb!
Strawberry Rhubarb Mason Jar Lid Pies – Did I mention that I like rhubarb? Well, I LOVE strawberries. Put them both together and you’ve got this wonderful recipe from Coffee & Sprinkles.
Strawberry Rhubarb Pies with Crumble Topping – Just one more strawberry rhubarb pie recipe, This one from Eat First, Worry Later boasts a crumble topping.
Mason Jar Lid Chocolate Raspberry Tarts – This recipe from Stone Gable sounds so good! They provide a very good tutorial along with the recipe.
Mason Jar Lid Dark Chocolate Strawberry Tarts – Virtually Homemade tells you how to make a decadent dark chocolate filling and combine it with strawberry preserves for a delicious miniature pie.
Chocolate Caramel Mason Jar Lid Tarts – This mini pie recipe from Good Housekeeping uses a graham cracker crust. Yummy!
Mason Jar Lid White Chocolate Raspberry Tarts – Here’s another great recipe from Dessert For Two. And it’s easy as pie!
Mini Pumpkin Pies – Mason Jar Crafts Love is all about canning jars. I love how they’ve decorated these adorable pumpkin pies.
Lemon Meringue Mini Pies – Busted Button has lots of ideas for making miniature pies in canning jar lids. This lemon meringue pie is just one of them.
Mini S’more Pies – Created by Diane has oodles of miniature pie recipes. This one for mini s’more pie is sure to be a hit with the kids.
Mason Jar Lid Mini Cheesecakes – These recipe from It All Started With Paint makes about 20 little cheesecakes!
Mini Cranberry Lemon Meringue Pies – Created by Diane has done it again. I love every ingredient in this recipe!
Miniature pies are not only perfect for portion control, they’re easy to serve also. Once the pie is cool, just pop the bottom away from the outer ring. Canning jar lids are basically miniature tart pans with removable bottoms – but a lot cheaper! By the way, any of these Mason jar lid pie recipes would look great displayed on a checked tablecloth, and I know just the place to get one. Bright Settings carries gorgeous Polycheck Tablecloths in seven colors: lemon, moss, teal, royal, red, burgundy, and black. They’re pretty and practical, just like Mason jar lid pies!