Easy Coconut Custard PieThis pie is so easy to make and my family loves it.  I think yours will, too.

1 (9 inch) pie shell (You can make it or use a bought one)
3 eggs
3/4 cup sugar
1 2/3 cups milk (I used 2%)
2 teaspoons vanilla flavoring
Pinch of salt
1 cup coconut
Mix eggs, milk, sugar and vanilla and salt with mixer.  Fold in coconut. Bake in preheated 400 degree oven for 45 to 50 minutes.  Enjoy!
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  1. Is that 1 and 2/3 cups milk in a 9 inch regular pie shell or a 9 inch deep dish pie shell ? My regular 9 inch shell ran over

    • The Southern Lady says:

      The milk is correct and it is a regular pie shell. I think they are making them smaller today than they did so you may need a deep dish. That is a pillsbury frozen pie shell so that may be the difference, too.

  2. Dora Elena says:

    Hi Judy,

    Love your Coconut Custard pie recipe. So easy to make and so delicious. I made 2 for Easter and now my boyfriend is asking for more! Just popped 2 in the oven. My house smells so yummy!

    Thank you!
    Dora Elena

  3. John Mondoro says:

    Is that 2 to 3 cups of milk or 2/3 cup?

  4. I made it last night for dinner using unsweetened coconut and skim milk and everyone loved it!!!! Thanks so much for the great recipe.

  5. My Mother used to make this all the time….Always made two; one with the coconut and one without…..great pie anytime……

  6. I want to make this but was wondering about baking it that long at 400 degrees…is that oven temp correct? It sounds too good and I don’t wanna mess it up! 🙂 Thanks.

  7. The pie is in the oven!!

  8. Do you use frozen unsweetened coconut or sweetened coconut from a bag (usually found on the grocery shelf)?

  9. I love making these recipes. My Church Family gets to be my taste testers on Wed nights. I have’t had a failure yet…

  10. Ann Mastroserio says:

    Do you have to parbake the crust?

  11. My husband has to have meringue on his coconut pies. Would it present a problem to put meringue on this?

  12. I use buttermilk. So good. I first saw this recipe when I was a young teen and the recipe was sent in my parents bank statement. We lived in Alabama, good ole days. I have been making it ever since, thirty plus years.

  13. Hmmm Clicked the name, no PDF showed up, double clicked it still nothing… Just trying to print. thanks

    • If you are already on the recipe, just look at the bottom of the page where it says e-mail this, print/pdf, etc.

      • I have been reading other comments, and can tell you nothing shows up for me, either, to copy. Not to e-mail or pdf. Can it be becaus I am on a Kindle? I can copy with my wireless printer if I can find the buttons! Cathy

      • The Southern Lady says:

        Cathy, it may be because you are on a Kindle. I really cant say since I do not have one, however I do have an Ipad and I just checked and all the icons come up for me on my ipad.

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  15. I just cooked this coconut custard pie and its smells amazing and I cant wait to taste it! Does it need to be refrigerated after it cools down?

  16. We have always called this FRENCH COCONUT PIE…but whatever you call it …it has to be called awesome pie.So easy to make…

  17. Sadie Anderson Monterio says:

    I live for sweet tea!!

  18. Mikki Godinez says:

    thank you so much for posting these recipes. It gives me new ideas, thank you, Mikki Godinez

  19. Oh Katherine might be taking that to work tomorrow. I can’t remember if we have coconut. She needs to take something for a potluck. This looks great.

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