Coconut Custard Pie (Tammy's Blend Pie)

"A family recipe I've made for years for dozens of people. Only one hasnt liked it sofar. Coconut floats to the top and crisps, while pie makes its own very good crust. Serve while warm, it will fall apart if cut hot. (oh, and use flaked/shredded sweet coconut in the bag)"
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Ready In:




  • Melt butter then add all ingredients into mixing bowl.
  • Mix well.
  • Pour into greased 10" pie plate.
  • Bake 40 minutes@ 350F degrees.
  • Pie makes its own crust!

Questions & Replies

  1. All purpose or self rising flour?


  1. This is my favorite coconut pie to make. So easy and so very tasty.
  2. Super pie! I had an urge for custard and this was just the ticket!! This is very easy and delicious. The "crust" is tasty. I doubled the vanilla. Also, I baked it in a 9.5 inch pie pan and it took an extra 10 minutes. Great recipe thanks!!
  3. Excellent! Put everything in my blender for an few seconds and in no time at all I had my pie plate ready for the oven. Thanks!
  4. What a super dessert! I am addicted to this already. The nice thing about this is it has ingredients that I usually have on hand. I followed this to a T, and put it in a 9-inch pie plate, and cooked for ten more minutes as another person mentioned. Right when it came out we had to have a peice...and it fell apart, but after another 20 minutes or so, it was pretty solid. Thanks for a great dessert!
  5. This was so easy and so good. I didn't realize I was almost out of vanilla, so I could only use a tiny bit and it was STILL awesome. This is the perfect recipe for a girl like me who doesn't bake!!!


  1. We made it a crème brulee by carmelizing sugar on top..
  2. So yummy! I was looking for a recipe that used a lot of milk (I have 3 gallons in my fridge right now and needed to clear out some room). It only used 2 cups, but it's a start! The coconut got me--I'm a coconut nut! Only changes: I was looking at a few different recipes and accidentally put 4 eggs in instead of 3; used about 1/2 tsp of coconut extract and then put in about 1 1/2 tsp of vanilla; and-- because I haven't been able to find my blender (seriously)--I used my KitchenAid stand mixer to mix it. My oven is not level and it showed in the crust, but that this pie makes its own crust is no joke! This is going to be a new go-to recipe for me! Now I have to go buy more coconut! Thanks for posting this one!
  3. It really does make its own crust!!! And man, did I have my doubts! I added one tablespoon corn starch, as per another reviewer's suggestion, and I cut the butter down to 1/3 stick. Also, I substituted one teaspoon of the vanilla extract for rum extract. It was great! Next time I think that I'll sub both tsp of vanilla for rum extract and put some sort of pineapple on top--pina colada pie perhaps? Thanks for a new standard!


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