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Impossible Coconut Pie

Made in a blender Impossible Coconut Pie is a heavenly dessert! You get a layer of crunchy perfectly toasted coconut, then comes the creamy custard layer that melts in your mouth, and finally comes the crust. This coconut pie is impressive because of how elegant it looks and how delicious it tastes.

Golden impossible coconut pie freshly baked.

Another version of Impossible pie

There are different types of impossible pies which are also called magic pies at times. Some impossible pies are made with flavors like strawberry, saffron, chocolate, butterscotch, and other amazing flavors.

I prefer the impossible coconut pie because it is a combination of coconut pie and custard and I love both of these desserts.

If you like coconut dessert then try my Coconut Cake with frosting and my Easy Coconut Cake with Icing.

A slice of coconut pie served on a small plate.

How to make impossible coconut pie

Besides the ingredients you will need a blender, a food processor will do too. I guess making a dessert in a blender does make it an impossible pie, don’t you think so?!

When making impossible coconut pie, make sure to add the ingredients to the blender in the order mentioned in the recipe below. Otherwise, you might over blend the coconut.

Showing perfectly toasted coconut over a coconut pie.

A crustless Impossible coconut pie?

Well, some call this recipe crustless, but I think the crust is formed at the bottom because of the flour in the recipe. The flour sinks at the bottom and is baked as a crust. I like to bake this impossible coconut pie in the middle shelf of the oven, so the crust turns light brown. In most recipes, the bottom layer looks a little raw and is chewy in texture. Therefore, I bake the pie a little longer and keep it closer to the direct heat from the oven.

Creamy coconut pie served on a plate.

Other Delicious pies you’d love

Pumpkin Pie.

Sweet potato pie.

Impossible Coconut Pie is an easy and impressive dessert made in a blender. A layer of roasted coconut, followed by a creamy custard layer, and finally a light crust. #pie #impossiblecoconutpie #pierecipes #dessert.

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  1. That looks awesome! I love coconut, I will definitely have to try this impossible coconut pie at some point.

  2. Wowza! If I could give this 10 stars I would. It looks amazing! I’m so making this over the weekend.

  3. That looks so amazing! I’m a sucker for anything with coconut in it. I can’t wait to make this!

  4. you lost me at the shredded coconut, lol. do you think it would work using coconut milk? i wonder what other things i could use to substitute for the coconut. it sure looks beautiful!

    • Arinacooking

      I guess it can work with coconut milk, it will be richer since there is more fat in coconut milk than in regular milk!

  5. Aha!!! I have all the ingredients — except the sweetened shredded coconut, need to find this. I may give this a try. Have been looking for beginner-friendly recipes and this looks feasible!

  6. I love coconut and I love pie! I can’t wait to try this recipe out!

  7. I just love how inventive you’ve made this. I can only imagine what it tastes like all warm and gooey! Even cold I bet it’s delicious.

  8. Gervin Khan

    Oh my gosh, this is so delicious. I have to admit its not easy for me but I will try making his for my family. YUM!

  9. I love coconuts and loved your recipe. Will definitely give this a try soon.

  10. Well that looks Delish! one of my all time favorites. I bet it will go well with coffee.

  11. Steven Morrissette

    this looks so yummy I need to try it out

  12. I love your Impossible Coconut Pie recipe! I’ll do it later at home. So yummy!

  13. Geri Bensyl

    I made this yesterday. 2 neighbors got most of it with all thumbs up! I have enough coconut for another pie. Later this week will make another one. Thanks for sharing.

  14. JaLayne Coleman

    Made the pie tonight and it was awesome. Thanks!