French Coconut Pie (Trisha Yearwood Recipe) (2024)

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French Coconut Pie (Trisha Yearwood Recipe)

I spend my Saturday mornings on the computer working in front of the tv with Food Network on. My family doesn’t understand how I can watch tv and work on the computer at the same time. It’s a noise thing for me, I love to listen to the shows and work. On this particular Saturday morning Trisha Yearwood was on making this pie. The first thing that caught my attention was the name of the pie, French Coconut Pie…hmmm? She had my attention, I watched as she made the pie, then I decided…I needed to make it.

The recipe came together fast, simple ingredients all placed into a stand mixer and mixed until creamy ,then placed in an unbaked pie shell. After it was baked, it looked exactly the way it was suppose to. The pie formed a slight golden crust on top, the filling was firm and has an amazing coconut flavor, I mean seriously…AMAZING.

There’s one important thing you need to remember when making the pie. It uses UNSWEETENED COCONUT. I used big letters here because this is important. The recipe uses frozen shredded coconut. Frozen shredded coconut is unsweetened. You can find it in the frozen food section of the grocery store, or look for it in the baking aisle. If your store doesn’t carry it, you can order it online.If you used sweetened coconut, the pie would be way to sweet with the amount of sugar that’s already in the recipe.French Coconut Pie (Trisha Yearwood Recipe)…this one’s a keeper, Enjoy!

French Coconut Pie… Trisha Yearwood,Food Network

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French Coconut Pie (Trisha Yearwood Recipe)

Ingredients

  • 2 cups frozen grated coconut, thawed (frozen coconut is unsweetened) use unsweetened coconut
  • 3 large eggs
  • 1 1/2 cups sugar
  • 1/2 cup buttermilk
  • 1/2 cup butter, melted
  • 1 Tablespoon flour
  • 1 Teaspoon vanilla
  • one 9 inch pie crust, homemade or store bought

Instructions

  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

    If using a store bought crust thaw it first before starting the recipe. Place the eggs,coconut,sugar,buttermilk,butter, flour and vanilla into a stand mixer. Using the whip attachment, beat the ingredients until well combined. If using a hand mixer, place the ingredients in a large bowl and beat until the ingredients are well combined and look creamy.

    Place the filling into the pie shell, bake at 350 degrees for 45 - 50 minutes or until the pie is lightly browned on top and a toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean.

Notes

If the pie filling looks a little curdled when you're beating it, just keep beating. It all comes together to make a creamy pie filling.

Did you make this recipe?I'd love to see your pictures on Instagram! Mention @bunnyswarmoven or tag #bunnyswarmoven!

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Cindy N.

6 years ago

YOU’VE GOT A TOTAL OF 6 EGGS IN THIS RECIPE. THIS MUST BE A MISTAKE. PLS TELL ME IF THE REST OF THE RECIPE IS CORRECT. ????

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Mary Malone

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Reply toCindy N.

6 years ago

Cindy it was a mistake! Thank you for pointing it out! Corrected it!

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Wendy Booker

3 years ago

Can this pie be frozen ?

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Mary Malone

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Reply toWendy Booker

3 years ago

Wendy I’ve never frozen a pie so I can’t answer that question personally. I did do a search on the topic though and found this answer from Betty Crocker for you. I hope it helps…https://www.bettycrocker.com/how-to/tipslibrary/baking-tips/storing-pies#:~:text=You%20can%20freeze%20both%20baked%20and%20unbaked%20pie,the%20oven%20at%20350%C2%B0F%20for%20about%206%20minutes.

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Sheryl

3 years ago

Can this be made with sweetened coconut and less sugar?

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Mary Malone

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Reply toSheryl

3 years ago

Sheryl if you make this with sweeten coconut reduce the sugar in the recipe by 1/2. I’ve never used sweetened coconut in the recipe. I tried to look this up online for you…and that’s what I came up with. If you substitute the unsweetened coconut for sweetened coconut, reduce the sugar in the recipe by half. Let me know how it turns out Honey, it’s always helpful to someone wanting to use regular coconut as well.

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Tc

Reply toMary Malone

3 years ago

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I made this pie today with sweetened coconut and the sugar halved. It turned out wonderfully!! I might drop the sugar down to 2/3 cup next time and see how it is. But the 3/4 cup sugar resulted in a yummy pie!

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Carol

3 years ago

I had never used frozen coconut before and did not know it even existed . So I am so happy to have found it while I was shopping yesterday. This recipe sounds amazing and my love for coconut will be addressed.YUM cannot wait to try.

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Grace

3 years ago

I’m picking up frozen coconut tomorrow so I can make this pie. It looks delicious.

I appreciate the fact that you immediately gave credit to the person where you got the recipe, unlike some bloggers who change one item in a recipe and own the recipe.

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Mary Malone

Reply toGrace

3 years ago

Thank you! I can’t wait to hear how it turns out!

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Pam

3 years ago

I have been beating this mixture for 10 minutes and it still looks curdled. What will happen if I just cook it like that?

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Mary Malone

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Reply toPam

3 years ago

Theres nothing in the recipe that would make it curdle Honey. Did you check the date on the buttermilk?

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Chris Martinez

Reply toPam

3 years ago

Please tell me the reason to use frozen coconut instead of the shredded?

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Mary Malone

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Reply toChris Martinez

3 years ago

The coconut in the recipe is unsweetened. The coconut you would buy in the store in the baking section is sweetened unless your store carries unsweetened coconut in that section. The sweetened coconut will ad more sweetness to the recipe than the unsweetened coconut you can find in the frozen food section. If you use the coconut in the baking section that’a sweetened you may want to reduce the sugar in the recipe.

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Marilyn

3 years ago

The picture of this pie looks like it has a top crust…does it? Or is it just browned?

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Mary Malone

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3 years ago

just lightly browned on top 🙂

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Susan

3 years ago

Well I put in a regular 9” pie crust and it was way too much overflowed. So I assume you meant deep dish? Anyway switched to a deep dish which I happened to have. Cooking now.

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Kat

2 years ago

How long do you have to wait before you can eat the pie?

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Dorothy Ferguson

1 month ago

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This pie is amazing! Made it for Ladies night and it was a major hit. Have been requested to repeat this week.

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