Easy Coconut Cream Pie

Easy Coconut Cream Pie

This is one of the most fast and easy pie recipes out there! Easy, delicious and perfect for those who are on a budget, this Easy Coconut Cream Pie is wonderful.


  • 1 1/2 cup coconut
  • 1 1/2 cup sugar
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • 3 eggs
  • 1 teaspoon Vanilla
  • 1 (9-inch) pre-made graham cracker crust


  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
  2. Put coconut In a bowl and add milk to it, let set until coconut soaks up the milk.
  3. Beat sugar and eggs together, then add vanilla.
  4. Add coconut to the egg mixture.
  5. Pour mixture into pre-made crust.
  6. Bake at 350 degrees F for 30 minutes.

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I'm glad my pie wasn't the only one that never set. It was runny when I took it out of the oven but I thought it would firm up in the refrigerator. Never did:-( I may try it again and bake it for an hour.

Is this pie supposed to set up within the 30 minutes???> I have baked it for 40 minutes and it stilll hasn't set up. By the way, I used fresh shredded coconut. Does that make a difference/ Sharon Spangler

It does have good flavor-but was a Runny mess. I also tried cooking it for about another 30 minutes at a lower temp. Still not real firm.

This recipe is mis-named!! It is far from being a "cream pie". It should be named "Easy Coconut Custard Pie"! Also the baking time is way off. It should be 45 to 50 minutes. It is quite good!!

I made this pie for a New Years party. I was like kbolash 4430474 said. It would not set up and I just wanted to hide when a friend cut into the pie and it was all runny. One friend suggested I put it back into the oven for 30 more minutes because cooking time was not correct. After I did this the pie was very good, so the recipe cooking time should be at least 1 hour not 30 minutes. Please make this correction.

I made this for Christmas for the 1st time. After reading jackyd's comments about the firming up, I baked it about 7 minutes longer and after 2 days for refigeration, it was still "jiggly", but not bad. I took it the host's home (about 30 minutes away) and put it in the refigerator upon arrival. When he got it out approx. 4 hrs. later, it was like yellow soup and you could only see the coconut around the edges - it looked like a runny lemon pie. Sadly, we just threw it out. I re-read the ingredients numerous times while making it - did I do something wrong or was there a misprint in the recipe itself? I'd like to try this pie again, so I'm looking for suggestions. Thanks for your help.

@DCDNVSK 4340220 - Glad you enjoy the recipe. Please let us know how yours turns out! -The editors of RecipeLion

I love Coconut Cream Pie and I'm going to try this in a Nilla Wafer Crust...YUM!!

@jackyd 5019826: We're so happy to know you liked this recipe! Thanks for commenting! -- the Editors of RecipeLion

For a couple in their 's to comment that this is the best coconut cream pie we ever tasted is quite a compliment I am sure Never had better - didn't change a thing - in fact when I took it from the oven at the appointed time I was concerned that the filling had not set up enough - my husband reminded me that I am always impatient when I have tried something new so I just waited - in about min when it had cooled sufficiently I cut a piece and thought immediately I had never tasted better - it did last over night but we sure cleaned it up the next day - I would love more of these very easy tasty recipes - thank you all so much - as re the not done pudding the remaining liquid was absorbed by the crust making it almost tasteRead More like candy

What form of coconut? Flaked, sweetened, etc?


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