Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Impossible Coconut Custard Pie! Delish!!

I'll start this post by saying I have never been a lover of coconut custard pie and now more than ever I don't know why????This pie was amazing!  What took me so long?




 I love coconut cream pie and usually hubby and I share a piece when we are out to dinner and the restaurant we are at happens to be known for their delicious coconut cream pie.  Scouting through recipes today and knowing I had milk and coconut and that both hubby and I love coconut I decided to try my hand at  a coconut custard pie.

  My hubby has always loved coconut custard so adapting a few similar recipes this is what transpired. It is a really easy pie that the crust bakes right into it. Amazing!  I'm sure there are several recipes out there to try, so hopefully you'll try this one.

    After it had cooled I placed it in the refrigerator so it would be COLD and probably easier to slice all I have to say is:   Oh MY Delicious!! Of course I devoured a huge piece lol .  Yummy!

and I can't wait for hubby to come home from his golfing.  He is going to LOVE it!  I am now a coconut custard pie lover.  Enjoy!  All you need is a blender to make this pie. 



2 cups milk( I used 1%)
4 eggs
1 tsp. vanilla
 3/4 cup sugar(cut sugar back to 1/2 cup if you prefer a pie not as sweet)
8 T butter softened
1 cup coconut (I used sweetened coconut)
1/2 cup all purpose flour
 dash of nutmeg
Place milk, eggs, vanilla, butter,sugar and coconut in blender and mix.  Add flour last and blend until flour is blended well.   Pour mixture into a greased and floured pie plate.  Sprinkle with a dash of nutmeg Bake 350 degrees approx. 45 to 50 minutes depending on oven temperature..  Enjoy!

It doesn't stay as high as it looks..Deflates a little after it cools..


Happy Baking from my kitchen to yours,
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