Pi Day is March 14th – or 3.14 if you remember your math lessons. This handmade Chocolate Pizza celebrates mathematics most famous number with a string of decimal places that will impress the teacher or techie in your life. Rich milk or dark chocolate blended with homemade English toffee is hand-decorated in white chocolate the Pi symbol and a ridiculous number of decimal places (completely accurate by the way!). Give the coolest Pi Day gift imaginable. Make it a Pi Day Combo and add our famous Peanut Butter Wings – crisp, rippled potato chips covered in creamy peanut butter and drenched in chocolate. Move to the head of the class!
Chocolate Pizza Company is Central New York’s largest chocolate maker and has been featured on Food Network, CNBC, NBC and in Forbes, People and Entrepreneur magazines. Owner, Ryan Novak, started with the company as a dishwasher at age 15 and while a senior at Syracuse University’s Whitman School of Management studying entrepreneurship bought the business in 2010. Since then, Chocolate Pizza Company has burst onto the national stage with its trademarked specialties, Chocolate Pizza and Peanut Butter Wings.
Skilled chocolatiers create custom Chocolate Pizzas like the Pi Day Chocolate Pizza. Handcrafted, it takes incredible skill to work with white chocolate on such a confined space but the results are impressive. There is something special about handmade chocolate gifts that elevate the thoughtfulness of giving to another level. Those same talented chocolatiers produce a wide range of gourmet chocolate treats including Drumsticks, Clusters, wedding favors and S’mores. Gift baskets for every holiday and occasion are also part of the Chocolate Pizza line up. Businesses make Chocolate Pizza Company their go-to choice for corporate gifts. So whether it is a Pi Day Chocolate Pizza or a birthday gift or a holiday specialty, you will find the most remarkable gift choices at Chocolate Pizza Company. Allergy note: All of our products are produced in a facility and on machines that share peanuts, tree nuts, eggs, wheat, milk and soy.