Coconut is an ingredient often used in pies either as the star of the show or in combination with other ingredients in a supporting role. Recipes such as Snowdrift Coconut Cream Pie, Lime Coconut Chess Pie, and White Chocolate and Coconut Cream Pie show just how good coconut can be in a dessert.
For this easy dessert, look for nonalcoholic cream of coconut in the drink mix section of the grocery store.
Cream of coconut makes this pie filling rich, velvety, and full of flavor. Look for nonalcoholic cream of coconut where alcoholic beverage mixes are sold in the grocery store.
Brighten up a dreary winter day with these zesty coconut cream pie bars. Top with whipped cream and toasted fresh coconut curls for added flavor.
Toasting the coconut for this creamy pie brings out a rich, nutty flavor. It's a favorite dessert any time of year.
The coconut sprinkled on the bottom of the pie crust in this creamy dessert recipe rises during baking to form a golden-brown crust on top.
The sweet and creamy filling is topped with light meringue to make this spectacular pie. It's a favorite at the Overlook Restaurant.
Pecans, chocolate, coconut, and butterscotch pieces are layered on top of the pie shell to make this spectacular dessert.
Use purchased pastry shells and instant pudding mix to make this quick dessert. Serve with fresh strawberries for a delightful summertime treat.
Layer chocolate, coconut, pecans, and almonds in a pie shell and then pour on the sweet filling to create this creamy, crunchy, rich and delicious chocolate-lovers' fantasy dessert.
Macadamia nuts and coconut flakes make a crust for the creamy citrus filling in these tropical dessert tarts.
Here you get two favorite pies in one recipe. A creamy coconut filling is spooned over luscious ripe bananas for a dessert that's surprisingly low in fat.
This smooth, crustless low-calorie pie takes only five minutes to mix.
Serve this tropical cheesecake to your coconut-loving friends. The meringue layer makes for an impressive presentation.