This was one of Grandma's holiday pies. I loved it!
Blue Ribbon Recipe
Wow, Kathie's grandma's coconut custard pie is delicious! This holiday pie has a creamy center that's a great contrast to its toasted coconut topping. No soggy bottom for this pie. Lizzie's tip to brush whipped egg white over the crust indeed does help the crust crisp. A great addition to a holiday dessert table.
Beat remaining egg white until frothy. Brush this on unbaked pie shell. (This keeps the pie crust from becoming soggy.)
Then carefully pour the custard into an unbaked pie shell. If you like shake a bit of nutmeg on top of the custard. Bake at 375 degrees for 25-30 minutes.
If you like you can cover edges of pie crust with aluminum foil to prevent them from becoming too dark.
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