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Serves: 6-8
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2 box sugar free vanilla instant pudding
milk, 2%
1 tsp coconut extract
2 c frozen coconut (thawed)
1 pkg regular frozen pie shell
1 tube(s) sugar free cool whip

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Veronica Elliott Recipe
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Ozark, AR (pop. 3,684)
Member Since Aug 2010
Veronica's notes for this recipe:
I love Coconut Creme Pie but being a diabetic, I knew my pie eating days were over. Then I thought about it and I came up with my own Coconut Creme Pie......15 carbs to a slice
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Bake pie crust at 350 for 15 minutes. Let cool completely.
Make pudding on box as directed for both boxes of pudding. Add coconut extract and 1/2 cup of thawed coconut. Mix well
Immediately pour into cooled pie crust. Top with cool whip and remaining coconut.

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user Amie Lynch shadowmama3 - Apr 23, 2013
will be trying this SOON, not diabetic but I still have to watch my sugar intake and I dont seem to have the knack of thinking up ways to make recipes over and not totally mess it up, thanks for posting
user Lisa Nicometi Garrow Pantry Cleaner 2sweetinc - Apr 23, 2013
Nice!! You can cut down carbs by making your own crust with nuts!! ;)
user Veronica Elliott zzz - Apr 23, 2013
Yes the homemade crust is good. I was going to use the Nabisco pie crust that is made from wafers but the carbs were to high
user Veronica Elliott zzz - Apr 23, 2013
You cannot mess this up Amie. Probably the easiest pie you can make. If you add anything please share and I will try it too.
user Jan Burch janburch - Apr 23, 2013
I use the sugar-free pudding mixes in everything that I make with pudding & no one knows the difference! Extracts are amazing at kicking up the taste factor! Thanks for posting! I haven't made a coconut pie in a while & this sounds wonderful!

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