Charleston Coconut Pie

Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 45 mins

My mother gave this recipe to me yesterday. It is wonderful!! I hope you will try it.


  1. Preheat oven to 350; mix all ingredients together and pour into a greased 10" pie plate bake for 45 minutes.
  3. Store in fridge.


Most Helpful

Soooooooo easy, (by far the easiest pie I have ever made,I like the fact that I don't have to make a crust) soooooooo rich (I used "real" butter and sugar) and soooooooo good!! It's good warm out of the oven but I like even better chilled. This is a winner Bev.

Miss Annie in Indy October 07, 2005

I was very impressed with this dessert, my aunt was recently diagnosed with diabetes and this is the FIRST dessert I have found for her that she has liked. That speaks volumes in itself, but the rest of my non-diabetic family loved it as well! Tasted a lot like custard, and was thankfully not sickeningly sweet!

Sarahcw80 January 15, 2005

what a wonderful and easy pie to make. It is really great because it makes its own crust. I chose to add whipped cream and browned coconut to the top of my pie. A little hint: If you are going to brown your coconut to put on top, only leave it in the oven for a few minutes, or you will no longer have brown coconut, but black! Ucky!!! A good, fun, easy pie. Thanks for sharing. :)

Rev. Colt November 24, 2004

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