Home-made Buko Pie

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Needed Ingredients:

Crust

2 cups all-purpose flour

1/3 cup butter

2/3 cup shortening

¼ cup cold water

1 tsp vinegar

1 tsp. salt

1 pc eggyolk

Filling

1 can condensed milk 3oo ml.

1 cup coconut juice/water

3 cups young coconut meat

¾ cup white sugar

2/3 cup cornstarch

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Cooking Procedure for the Crust

Combine flour, egg yolk, vinegar and salt then mix. Add butter and shortening, mix using a pastry mixer. While mixing the ingredients, add slowly the cold water. When all ingredients are completely mixed, gather the mixture and divide into two equal parts. Using a rolling pin, flatten each of the dough until wide enough to fit on the preferred cake pan to use. For the crust base arrange the dough over the cake pan. Set aside the other though, this will be used as cover of the pie after putting the filling in the crust base.

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Cooking Procedure for the Filling

In a saucepan, combine all filling ingredients. Cook and constantly stir till thicken. Once the young coconut is cooked and the filling is thick, let it cool for minutes then pour into prepared crust. Cover the crust based with the desired design. Bake for 1 hour to 1.5 hours at 425 degrees F.

Let cool and serve!

What is Buko Pie (Coconut Pie)?

This is a traditional delicacy of Filipinos. My son loves this much, especially when it is cold. Buko pie is a source of calcium and iron, and very high in calories and protein.

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44 Comments

  1. Looks easy enough to make – YUMMY too! 🙂

  2. That looks delicious and looks like it is easy to make! I will have to try making it.

  3. I’ve never heard of buko pie. It looks like you have a good little helper!

  4. I have to try this. If your young child can, then there is no reason for me not to be able to do it.

  5. totally save this page, i want to try to make the fillings you have. i tried once before and it taste too floury… can’t wait for me to start baking.

  6. WOW! This looks really good and delicious! Yum! Thanks for sharing the recipe.

  7. I love that! For us baking is one of our form of bonding. They learn as well. Good job sa little man for helping ♥ Thanks for the recipe.

  8. Nice, I like buco tart/pie but I haven’t tried making one. Thanks for sharing your recipe, I was surprised with the ingredients, may vinegar pala.

  9. Thats so cute of your little man to be helping you out bake. Those are definitely the best buko pie ever.

  10. Awww! Sarap! It looks really good! I would love try making this at home.. i think i had some ingredients available..

  11. Oh wow! Ang galing! Looks yummy too! I’m still hoping to learn how to do pastry someday. 😀

  12. It’s easy to make lang pala! Can the crust be used for other fillings too?

  13. Looks like an easy recipe to whip up! Yum yum!

  14. Oh my, it looks yummy! I bet it’s pretty challenging to create buko pies kasi dapat talaga marunong ka pumili ng buko in the first place diba. The fresher the buko is, the yummier it will be. You made it look simple though. Parang ang sarap i-try using your recipe hihi

  15. Uy OMG I am drooling! Normally buko pie is not my go-to dessert but now I’m craving for a slice!

  16. This is really interesting to make. My son loves buko pie so we usually just buy lang to where it’s available. Will try to prepare this at home.

  17. That looks so easy to make and so delicious. I love buko pie! Too bad we don’t have an oven and can’t make one.

  18. Mukhang masarap pa gawa mo mommy kesa sa mga famous buko pies store sa South.

  19. I’ve been bitten by the baking bug lately and seeing how easy to make this one looks, makes me want to try it. I don’t have an oven yet though and will be using a turbo broiler. Do you think I need to adjust the temperature pa?

  20. Your little baker looks so passionate with his craft. Will try your recipe at home.

  21. I was just thinking of buko and egg tarts! Hahaha. I used to make tarts back in college. This is a wonderful recipe. 🙂 I’m sure your son enjoyed helping you out.

  22. Hey that looks easy. I should try that soon with my kid and the Dad. Hehe. It looks delish too. I reallh should start cooking na. Thanks for this!

  23. I love buko pie. When somebody went to Laguna,l and Tagaytay, there will always be buko pie pasalubong. But those arent the same as before na masarap. Yours look so yummy tlaaga! Plus, the baker looks really serious ha.

  24. I love buko pies!!! Thank you for sharing the recipe. I have tons of flour at home, will try that this semestral break. 🙂

  25. I love buko pies! But Im afraid I am not too confident on making my own crust. But you nake it look like its very easy!

  26. I have been craving for buko pie lately. Though I always get to eat these out every time I travel out to Cebu but you can’t blame me craving for it whenever I am home. It’s something that can’t be found here most of the time. Good thing I was able to come across your site. I’ll definitely give your recipe a try!

  27. Ahaa, its good conversation about this paragraph at this place at this blog, I have read all
    that, so now me also commenting here.

  28. This is an interesting recipe. It’s just quite hard for me to find fresh buco from our place.

  29. Ang galing galing mo naman! I love buko pie and we usually buy one for pasalubong pag galing kami ng province.

  30. I’ve always wanted to learn how to make buco pie but I had this feeling it would be hard. You make it seem very doable, so I just might try it. Where do I get young coconut filling? 🙂

  31. Very cute little baker! Haha! Will try this with my ates this weekend!

  32. Ang sarap nmn, thanks sa pag share po ng recipe

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