Frozen Blueberry Coconut Yogurt Pie

A super simple recipe for Frozen Blueberry Coconut Yogurt Pie that is great for making ahead.

Frozen Blueberry Coconut Yogurt Pie

In an effort to slim down some recipes, in order to slim down, I made a lighter pie perfect for the summer heat: a Frozen Blueberry Coconut Yogurt Pie. This pie couldn’t be easier. A few simple ingredients + a few simple steps = a few simple calories (approximately 300 calories for 1/8 of a pie). And it can be made way in advance for parties, then thawed in the fridge until desired consistency before serving.


Frozen Blueberry Coconut Yogurt Pie


It’s basic: combine the toasted coconut with the yogurt, then pour it all into a prepared graham cracker crust, top with fresh blueberries and then freeze covered until desired firmness. Super simple.



You’ll be able to whip this up in no time, and get on with other things, like the laundry? Or maybe a good book instead? It is summer after all. The laundry can wait.


5.0 from 4 reviews
Frozen Blueberry Coconut Yogurt Pie
A few simple ingredients + a few simple steps = a few simple calories (approximately 300 calories for ⅛ of a pie).
Recipe type: Dessert
  • 1 cup toasted coconut
  • 3 cups vanilla greek yogurt
  • 1 cup fresh blueberries, washed and dried
  • 1 prepared graham cracker pie crust
  1. Combine toasted coconut with the yogurt.
  2. Evenly spread mixture into prepared graham cracker crust, top with fresh blueberries.
  3. Freeze covered for at least 6 hours. If frozen ahead of serve time, thaw in refrigerator or counter top for about 30-60 minutes before serving.



  1. 2

    Cassie says

    Amy, this is just stunning. Love the simplicity and elegance. Definitely a winner!

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    TidyMom says

    Amy that sounds so refreshing and looks amazing!!……….LOVE the pictures too~

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    This is gorgeous! Absolutely gorgeous! I do believe I need to whip this up soon for the weekend. Then, maybe I could get that laundry done before the pile gets too outta control. Ya know? Oh heck, you are right. It’s summer! I’ll just tell everyone to wear bathing suits instead!

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    Wenderly says

    Simply divine! A fine taste of summertime goodness in no time flat. THAT is my kind of pie!

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    Sommer@ASpicyPerspective says

    Yes and yes! To the slimming and the pie–both are extremely desirable! 😉

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    Toni @ Boulder Locavore says

    Simply beautiful Amy! What a delicious and healthier pie. Love a frozen pie, especially this beastly hot summer. Love, love, love the photo depiction of the ingredients and the complete pie shots; gorgeous.

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    I absolutely love Greek yogurt and just made yogurt popsicles but never thought to freeze it into a pie! This is genius. Thank you for the inspiration.

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    Girl! That looks delish! My step mom makes a blueberry pie for DS that he loves but I have a feeling that he will be all for Team Amy once I make your version 😀

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    My mom use to make something like this – loved it! I am going to mark for our next dinner party as we are trying to slim down as well!!

    Your photos are dreamy – great job!

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    The Healthy Apple says

    This looks incredible; what a fun dessert to serve in the summer! Hope you had a lovely weekend.

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    Crystal says

    I made this for my family and they LOVED it! Thanks for the inspiration, I can’t wait to try it with different yogurt flavors and maybe even pineapple on top.

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    Oh my goodness! I just pinned this and am excited to feature it tomorrow, MOnday August 5th on my blog. Thanks for sharing!
    Make it a great week!

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    john says

    Where do you buy “toasted coconut”. The only ones I’ve seen are LOADED with sugar.

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      I don’t buy it toasted. I toast shredded coconut myself stove top in a skillet over medium-low heat. It takes about 5-15 minutes depending on how much moisture is in the shredded coconut. Just spread a thin layer to cover the bottom of the pan, and toast to preference, stirring/tossing occasionally to avoid burning.

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    Janna says

    I tried this and when it was frozen it was like a block of ice. Even an hour and a half sitting out on the counter didn’t do much. I let it sit in the fridge overnight and it went back to being regular yogurt but it tastes pretty good.. it’s just yogurt in a pie crust, though. Is this really supposed to be frozen?

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    Bonoca says

    This looks scrumptious but I have non coconut eating members in my household. What would you suggest as a good substitute?

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