The Impossibly Easy Coconut Pie
This Impossibly Easy Coconut Pie recipe will let you make this lovely dessert in just a few quick and easy steps for you and your family to eat tonight for dinner. This recipe depends on a commercial quick bread to start things off and to ensure that this impossibly easy coconut pie recipe turns out well, and quickly. Coconut pie is easy enough to make, even from scratch, but this particular recipe uses a lot of eggs and commercial mix to ensure that you can pull off this dessert in really just a few minutes. You will want to chill this coconut pie recipe completely before you serve it, since coconut almost always tastes better at room temperature or cooler. So plan for the amount of time that this coconut pie recipe will require to sit on the counter in the kitchen and perhaps also in the fridge before you can cut it up and serve it to the family.
In terms of nutrition information, one medium coconut that weights about 400 grams has about 1405 calories in it. If you cut the meat into 2 inch cubes, each cube will have about 160 calories each. The total fat in a medium coconut is about 133 grams of fast. Each 2 inch cube will have about 15 grams of fat with most of it coming from saturated fat. This is a super simple recipe that might make a great place for a new baker to attempt a coconut pie recipe. It is so quick and easy and there is little room for error because of the great way the recipe has been developed. The entire coconut pie recipe is just tossed in to the mixer and blended. Then the whole thing is baked. That is it. It really does not get much easier, and this allows the up and coming baker to think about the whole process without getting too bogged down in mixing and blending at particular steps along the way that might be confusing or difficult. So this is a great place for the beginning baker to, well, begin.
Coconut pie is also delicious, so this will be a great success for the new baker to make for the family. You could also serve this pie with some great accompaniments that would also give your young baker a chance to try out some new skills. For example, you could have the baker whip up some real whipped cream to go with this coconut pie. That means she or he must recognize when to add the sugar, as well as how much sugar to add, and also when the cream is whipped enough. Under whipping cream is as much a problem as over whipping it, and it takes time and skill to learn when the cream has reached its perfect peak. As well, you could serve this coconut pie with loads of fresh fruit, especially pineapple and other exotic and similar fruits. As another example, bananas would also pair well with this coconut pie recipe. So enjoy this great dessert soon. Your family will really enjoy it.
Nutrition Facts for: Impossibly Easy Coconut Pie from Love Bakes Good Cakes
Ingredients: Flaked or shredded coconut, sugar, Bisquick, butter, milk, vanilla eggs, nutmeg.
* The entire recipe has been calculated for 8 servings.* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet* Per Serving: Calories 97, Calories from Fat 61, Total Fat 6.8g 10%, Saturated Fat 4.4g 22%, Cholesterol 87mg 29%, Sodium 62mg 3%, Potassium 100mg 3%, Carbohydrates 4.7g 2%, Dietary Fiber 0.9g 4%, Sugars 3.5g, Protein 5.1g, Vitamin A 2%, Vitamin C 1%, Calcium 8%, Iron 10%
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