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Pineapple Pie with Graham Cracker Crust

on April 19, 2021
last updated August 2, 2022
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This Pineapple Pie with Graham Cracker Crust is so fresh and flavorful, it tastes like a vacation–like a Piña colada with a graham cracker crust.
Pineapple Pie with Graham Cracker Crust garnished with coconu flakes and pineapple wedges

Looking for a tropical sweet treat? This Pineapple Pie with Graham Cracker Crust is like sipping a Piña colada but in pie form.

The combination of fresh pineapple and cream of coconut is the perfect filling for this buttery graham cracker crust and is the perfect pie recipe to curb your sunny vacation wanderlust.

slice of pineapple pie with forkful taken out

Pineapple Pie Ingredients



Here’s everything you’ll need:

  • Graham cracker crumbs. For the base of the crust. 9 crushed graham crackers should give you just the right amount.
  • Brown sugar. To add extra sweetness and flavor to your crust.
  • Salt. To amp up the other flavors.
  • Coconut oil. For subtle coconut flavor and to bind the crust together.
  • Fresh pineapple. The star of this pie!
  • Cream of coconut. Not to be confused with coconut cream!
  • Lemon. Just 2 tablespoons of juice, which you should easily get from just 1 lemon.
  • Eggs. For that airy texture.
  • Coconut flakes (optional). For decoration and a little extra texture.
cream of coconut, graham crackers, coconut oil, lemon, eggs, chopped pineapple, brown sugar, salt

Pineapple Pie Tips and Tricks



You’ll Need a Blender or Food Processor

I find the best way to integrate all the ingredients for both the crust and the filling is to use a blender or food processor.

I have a Ninja blender which is pictured here, and that works great for this recipe! I also love my Cuisinart food processor, which would be another great tool for making this pineapple pie.

For the crust, it’s best to blend your graham crackers first until they become fine dust. Then, you can simply add all the rest of the crust ingredients and blend again until well combined.

adding graham crackers to blender

Use Your Hands

Once you’ve blended your graham cracker crust ingredients together, just pour them directly into your pie dish, and use your hands to press the crust mixture into the dish.

Use your pointer finger and your thumb to pinch the crust mixture up the sides of the dish and blind bake it for 10 minutes.

Quick note: Blind baking is just baking the crust without the filling to ensure that it’s nice and crunchy.

pouring contents of graham cracker crust into pie dish

Give Your Blender a Rinse

After you use your blender to mix your crust ingredients, make sure you give your blender a quick rinse.

You want your pineapple pie filling to be nice and smooth, and devoid of any graham cracker bits. No need to use soap, just give it a quick rinse to clear out those crumbs.

Green tip: Eating seasonally is one of the best ways to support local and improve your carbon footprint. Local foods have less associated transportation costs and fuel emissions. Check when pineapples are in season in your area with this Seasonal Food Guide.

Cream of Coconut

Bear in mind that cream of coconut and coconut cream are not the same.

Cream of coconut is more syrupy and pre-sweetened whereas coconut cream is richer and thicker. The pineapple pie filling will not be set if you use coconut cream.

They also differ in color. Cream of coconut is usually an off-white or tan color, whereas coconut cream is cloudy white.

You can usually find cream of coconut in your grocery store, or you can order this cream of coconut. Unlike coconut cream, cream of coconut is usually a tan color.

adding cream of coconut to blender

Blend the Pineapple Until Smooth

Making your filling is just as simple as making your crust! You’ll use your blender again to combine the ingredients and puree the pineapple.

Add all of your pie-filling ingredients to the blender except for the egg. Blend on high until the mixture is smooth.

Then, you can add your egg and use the pulse button on your blender to integrate the egg without overbeating. You should only need to press the pulse button 3-5 times.

pouring pineapple pie filling into graham cracker crust

Storing Your Pie

This pie stays fresh and delicious for 3-5 days covered in the refrigerator.

This Pineapple Pie with Graham Cracker Crust can also be frozen for up to a month. Just make sure it is sealed in an airtight container and allow it to thaw before diving in!

pineapple pie with pineapple leaves in the foreground

Pineapple Pie Frequently Asked Questions



What are the tools used in making pineapple pie?

For this pineapple pie, you will need a blender and a pie dish. You will also likely need a can opener for your cream of coconut and a cutting board and a sharp knife for your pineapple unless you purchase it already chopped.

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Why You Should Make this Pineapple Pie



  • It’s tropical. The pineapple and coconut flavor combo will make you kick back and relax.
  • It’s unique. This pie is kinda like a non-alcoholic Piña colada but in pie form!
  • It’s easy! All in the blender means no whisking or whipping necessary.

If you love this Pineapple Pie recipe and want more pie inspo, check out this Peach Mango Pie and this Drunken Apple Pie.

Pineapple Pie with Graham Cracker Crust garnished with coconu flakes and pineapple wedges

Pineapple Pie with Graham Cracker Crust

4.8 from 9 votes
Marley Goldin
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This Pineapple Pie with Graham Cracker Crust is so fresh and flavorful, it tastes like a vacation–like a Piña colada with a graham cracker crust!
Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 1 hour
Total Time 1 hour 50 minutes
Servings 12 servings

Ingredients
  

Graham Cracker Crust

  • 2 cups graham cracker crumbs (2 cups usually = 9 graham crackers)
  • 1/2 cup brown sugar, tightly packed
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1/2 cup coconut oil

Pineapple Pie Filling

  • 15 ounces cream of coconut (15 oz usually = 1 can)
  • 1 cup fresh pineapple, chopped
  • 2 tablespoons lemon juice (2 tbsp usually = juice of 1/2 lemon)
  • 3 large eggs
  • 1 tablespoon coconut flakes for decoration (optional)

Instructions
 

Graham Cracker Crust

  • Preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • Add graham crackers, brown sugar, salt, and coconut oil to a blender and blend on high until your mixture turns into fine dust.
  • Transfer to a 9-inch pie dish, and use clean hands to press down on the mixture, working up the inner sides of the pie dish.
  • Bake crust for 10 minutes, remove from the oven and set on a cooling rack while you make your pineapple pie filling.

Pineapple Pie Filling

  • Bring your oven down to 300 degrees Fahrenheit and quickly rinse out your blender.
  • Add cream of coconut, fresh pineapple, and lemon juice to your blender and blend on high until pineapple is pureed and the mixture is smooth.
  • Add the eggs to your blender and pulse a couple of times until the eggs are integrated.
  • Pour your pineapple pie filling into your prepared crust and bake for 50 minutes. After 50 minutes, turn your oven off, but leave the pie inside until it no longer wobbles when you move the oven rack with your oven mitt–about 30 minutes.
  • Allow to cool and enjoy cold or at room temperature.

Pro Tips

  • You can buy pre-crushed graham crackers, or even buy a pre-made graham cracker crust for a shortcut.
Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Keyword Coconut, Summer
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2 thoughts on “Pineapple Pie with Graham Cracker Crust”

    1. Thank you Keith! I am reliably informed that digestive biscuits would make an excellent substitute.

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