Amaretto Coconut Pie

"This pie is super quick and easy to put together! It also makes it's own crust. Great for a last minute dessert."
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Ready In:
1 9 inch pie




  • Beat the butter and sugar at medium speed of an electric mixer until light and fluffy. Add eggs; beat well.
  • Add the milk, amaretto, and flour, beating well. Stir in the coconut.
  • Pour the mixture into a lightly greased 9-inch pieplate. Bake at 350 degrees for 35 minutes or until set. Cool completely on a wire rack.

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  1. lazyme
    My family raved about this and devoured it in record time. lol. I made this in an 8-inch pie plate and it came out perhaps a little creamier and not as chewy as some reviews reported. My kids took the recipe home and plan to make it again this week! And they requested it for Thanksgiving. Thanks for sharing this great keeper and congrats on your football win, breezermom.
  2. Bonnie G #2
    Can't believe how easy this is to make and love that it makes it's own crust. Coconut is one of my favorite in anything and add the Amaretto and what's not to like. Lovely creamy texture and the chewy coconut combo is a winner with my family
  3. Muffin Goddess
    Tasty and SOOO easy to make! Loved the amaretto and the chewy coconut together! It was a bit eggy, which doesn't bother me, but just something to consider if serving it to guests who don't care for eggy-tasting desserts. Very nice with a bit of whipped cream and a cherry for a pop of color, thanks for posting! Made for Sweet December Tag 2014
  4. nochlo
    The taste is amazing... We really enjoyed dessert last night. The best pie I have made in a while.<br/>Thanks. Made for PRMR
  5. Jostlori
    Ooooh, a lovely addition to the easy dessert repertoire! I'm giving it five stars for ease of preparation and taste, even though I have a confession to make. When I went to add the amaretto, I found that we were out! So I used a Costa Rican liquour that is very similar to Kahlua. Even so, it turned out wonderfully. Can't wait to try it with the amaretto next time! Also, will be using a smaller pie tin so that it's a bit thicker. Thank you, breezermom...



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