You probably woke up to the internet obsessing over dessert this morning, and that probably left you feeling confused and hungry.

If you’re unfamiliar with Pi Day, it’s a celebration of math which takes place globally on March 14th (3/14). Oh, and then there’s actual PIE. You see where I’m going with this one?

So what does it mean for us cannabis enthusiasts? Well, for one math accounts for much of what we do in cannabis. Formulating the perfectly dosed edible requires math. Growing plants requires a mix of math and science, so you could say we are all a bit nerdy in one way or another.

According to, Pi (Greek letter “π”) “is the symbol used in mathematics to represent a constant — the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter — which is approximately 3.14159. Pi Day is an annual opportunity for math enthusiasts to recite the infinite digits of Pi, talk to their friends about math, and to eat pie.”

Now that you know a bit more about this nerdy annual event, get festive and celebrate with a slice of infused gooey goodness of your choice!

Since committing to baking an entire PIE takes way too much time (and it’s tougher to gauge how much cannabis butter is evenly distributed), we recommend going with a compote to top your serving.

Since dosing takes precedence above all else, allow us to help you indulge responsibly. We at Her(B) Life say: let them eat (infused) pie! Here’s a recipe to make that happen, courtesy of Magical Butter.


Skill Level: Medium

Prep Time: 5-7 minutes

Cook Time: 10-15 minutes

Chill Time: N/A

Serving Size: 2-3 tablespoons/30-45 ml

Yield: about 4 cups/950 ml


½ cup/120 ml MagicalButter Tincture

2 tablespoons/30 ml MagicalButter (dosing depends on your infusion and flower of choice!)

2 pints/475 ml fresh blueberries

½ cup/120 ml Pom Wonderful Blueberry Juice

½ cup/120 ml sugar

4 tablespoons/60 ml agave syrup

4 tablespoons/60 ml Grand Marnier

1 lemon, juice and zest


In a 1-quart saucepan over medium heat, combine juice, tincture, agave syrup, and sugar, and bring to slow boil.

Reduce heat to medium-low, add blueberries, and continue to cook for 10 minutes, stirring frequently.

Add Grand Marnier, and cook until the liquid has a thick, syrupy consistency (about 3 minutes).

Remove your Grandma’s Blueberry Compote from heat, serve warm topped with whipped cream, and enjoy!


Jessica Nudo

Editor, photographer, storyteller.