Coconut Cream Pie with Pineapple

  • rositafresita59 Posted: 08/13/10
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    My family loves this pie.I use crushed pineapple on its own juice not heavy syrup. I add 1/4 of coconut to the filling and I use real cream for the topping. I have made it with the graham cookie crust when I don't want to use the oven. Any way it is delicious.

  • reneefromboston Posted: 11/24/08
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    This is an excellent pie. Use extra cornstarch. Made it last Thanksgiving and will be making it again.

  • pinkkadilak Posted: 07/04/10
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    Made this for 4th of July this year and it was a hit! I used 1/3 cu of corn starch as recommended in the reviews, and it set up just fine. I used graham cracker crust instead of the crust in this recipe, and really liked the combination. Very easy recipe and great, fruity pie for the summer!

  • Wheateye Posted: 12/05/09
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    I made this tonight and it was excellent-it set up fine with using the required amount of cornstarch-I did add a little more cream of coconut, didn't have coconut extract so used almond instead-came out great!!! Would definitely make again.

  • sccook Posted: 05/12/11
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    Really good dessert and fairly easy to make. I loved the addition of pineapple. My husband doesn't like the texture of coconut, so he liked that this pie was only flavored with coconut. I followed the directions exactly and had no trouble with the custard setting, as other reviewers did. I did cheat and used a frozen, pre-made pie shell, and I used real whipped cream instead of whipped topping. So good!

  • gregdane Posted: 06/23/11
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    The flavor was excellent but after 4 hours in the fridge still hadn't set up- and didn't set up after an extra hour in the freezer- finally just froze it and it was fine but lost the creaminess... :(

  • Annav1 Posted: 01/23/14
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    A little too sweet for me, but still good.


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