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I’m sharing my grandmother’s super simple but AMAZING Coconut Pie Recipe.
And there’s so much more goodness for you to explore.
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- Let me know if you have any questions about the pie (it’s a “farm” recipe passed down in my family for generations, so don’t let the simple fool you, it’s one of the best things you’ve ever eaten).
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Grandma’s Farm Coconut Pie
This a very simple, by-hand recipe that is more about the cooking than the mixing.
It takes no time to throw it together but around an hour to cook, depending on your oven.
It’s best to put the pie pan on a baking pan that will catch anything that might spill as you put the pie in the oven (the uncooked pie is liquidy).
Don’t be impatient. Cook until the top and crust are golden brown. But don’t over-cook (the pie is supposed to be soft inside, crunchy on the top, YUMMY!)
You’ll know it’s done when the coconut on top start to look toasted. You won’t believe how GOOD it is. My grandmother always made an extra for my husband to take home with him each time he visited. BTW, it’s just as easy to make two at a time as one, so you might wanna follow Grandma’s lead and double book ;o)
- 1 Cup Sugar
- 1 tsp Flour
- 1 tsp Salt
- 1 heaping cup raw, shredded Coconut
- 1 frozen/prepared pie crust (bottom only)
- 1 tbsp butter (melted)
- 1 cup milk
- 2 eggs
- Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees.
- Mix/sift sugar and flour in separate bowl
- Add salt and mix well
- In large mixing bowl, Beat eggs by hand until yolks are broken and mixed well with whites. Do not over beat.
- Add milk and butter
- Add sugar/flour/salt mixture and Stir well by hand. Do not over mix.
- Add coconut and fold until well incorporated. Be sure to avoid clumps of coconut in the mix.
- Pour into pie crust until just below the edge of the crust.
- Bake until pie is set and top is golden brown (entire surface of the pie should be golden, and the coconut on top should appear toasted). Do not over bake or the inside of the pie will dry out. NOTE: The pie will rise as it bakes, and settle as it cools.
- Remove from oven and place on a cooling rack that allows circulation beneath the pie. Allow to set (10 minutes or so) before serving. Can also be served cold.
Recipe Hop Contest Details
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From Three Seas Literary…
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