Impossible Pie Recipe – The Recipe Critic

This website may contain affiliate links and advertising so that we can provide recipes to you. Read my privacy policy. Don’t be fooled by the name, this impossible pie is one of the easiest pies you’ll ever make! Called “impossible” because it magically forms its own crust, you can have this pie ready for the…

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Don’t be fooled by the name, this impossible pie is one of the easiest pies you’ll ever make! Called “impossible” because it magically forms its own crust, you can have this pie ready for the oven in just 7 minutes. This pie is a classic for a reason- the creamy custard filling and crunchy topping are irresistible!

With the holidays coming up, pie recipes are definitely on my mind. We try to make at least one new pie flavor every year, and I think this impossible pie has made the menu! If you are looking for inspiration for this season’s pies, you’ve got to try my unique Caramel Apple Slab Pie or my famous classic Pumpkin Pie recipe. If you want to bring something a bit different to the table this fall season, be different with my Cherry Pie Bars– you won’t regret it!

Top-down view of an entire impossible pie, garnished with shredded coconut.Top-down view of an entire impossible pie, garnished with shredded coconut.

Why is it Called Impossible Pie?

The Impossible Pie has been around for a long time! It is believed to be a very old Amish recipe, and may have been given the name “impossible” because it magically makes its own crust. The filling is a coconut custard (similar to a coconut cream pie) and as it bakes the coconut forms a lovely crunchy topping. After making this pie, I can see why it is a classic!

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