Super Simple Coconut Pie

Super Simple Coconut Pie is truly amazing. Delicious and Easy!

super simple coconut pie made with bisquick

This is such a fun pie to make. One, because it is incredibly quick and simple to make, and two, because it is made all in the blender! 

The secret magic ingredient in this super simple coconut pie that makes it so easy is Bisquick. Because it’s such a quick and simple coconut pie this is a great pie to let your little ones help with so they can call it their own. Just toss the ingredients in the blender and let little fingers push the buttons while you hold the lid on.

milk, sugar, bisquick, eggs, vanilla, butter, coconut
Okay first off: You’ll need: milk, sugar, baking mix, vanilla, eggs, margarine, and shredded coconut.
See? No pie crust! It makes it’s own crust as it bakes! How cool is that?
milk in blender
Next you are going to pour milk into your blender..
sugar blender
Next, add sugar
bisquick blender coconut pie
Add the Bisquick baking mix…
eggs blender
next add your …eggs
butter blender coconut pie
 then your butter,
vanilla blender coconut pie
and vanilla.
Then you are going to mix on low speed for three minutes.
easy coconut pie blender bisquick
Eventually it’s going to look like this!
spray pie plate
Next thing you are going to do is spray a nine inch pie plate with nonstick cooking spray.

pour batter in pie plate Then pour batter in and let rest on counter for five minutes.

sprinkle coconut on pie plate easy coconut pie
After five minutes, sprinkle coconut over top.
Finally, bake at 350 for forty minutes.
There you have it! Super Simple Coconut Pie!
Serve and enjoy! 

Mama’s Amazingly Easy Coconut Pie

Why so amazing? Simply toss the ingredients in the blender and let the baking mix work its magic to make the crust as it bakes.
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 45 minutes
Total Time: 55 minutes
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Keyword: coconut, pie
Servings: 4
Calories: 270kcal


  • 2 Cups milk
  • 3/4 Cup sugar
  • 1/2 Cup Baking mix
  • 4 eggs
  • 1/4 Cup butter
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons vanilla
  • 1 Cup shredded coconut


  • Put everything except for the coconut into the blender. Mix on low speed for three minutes. Pour into greased pie plate. Let rest for five minutes. Sprinkle coconut on top. Bake at 350 for forty minutes.


Calories: 270kcal
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  1. Being raised by matriarcal women from Savannah, I loved all the food that was cooked and taught to me. I LOVE your recipes and your comments about the food or other things that you talk about. So glad I found this site!

  2. I’m so happy your mom is fine!!! Also, this pie seems too good to be ttue, which is why I have to make it lol.

  3. I’ve been craving something sweet ever since starting on a low-carb diet. I substituted unsweetened Almond milk, and a truvia/sugar baking blend, along with unsweetened coconut. It turned out perfectly and has spared me from dreaming of donuts and cake!

    Loved your story, too.

  4. Broke leg pie is what I call it. The two of you (you and your Mama) are a pair unto yourselves and so much alike. Every time I read thru this post I see you in your Mama’s place years later with both legs broken and the miracle that gifted both of you a speedy and near complete recovery. God is truly great. I <3 a happy ending.

  5. I have fond memories of eating this pie at a church function. Our church made a cookbook with our favorites and this was in it. It was titled Impossible Pie. I thought it was a joke at first. I gave it a try and oh my , I could eat this once a week! So yummy. Love the story behind your favorite pie. So glad for a happy ending.

  6. I don’t know how you can take credit for a pie that has been around for eons! It is not an original recipe unless you invented it. Just sayin…I’m sure you won’t post this. Not trying to offend…just stating a fact

    1. I’m afraid lack of literacy is your Achilles heel here. In the future, you might consider reading the post (very first paragraph at least) so that you could make claims remotely based in reality. Of course I’ll post your comment and hesitate only because of the embarrassment you have brought to yourself in writing it.
      Have a great day trolling :).

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