Mango Pie

Easy Homemade Mango Pie

ECQ made me do it! haha Since we’ve been cooking a lot these days, we created our own Youtube account where we can share the recipes that we are trying, of course, named after this blog — Homebound Mom. First on our list is this Easy Homemade Mango Pie.

If you are from or went to the Philippines and visited the ever famous Jollibee, you probably tried their Peach Mango Pie. I’ve been seeing a lot of posts on social media recreating it, but, we don’t have peaches so we just made Mango Pie using sliced bread. Here’s how we did it:


homemade mango pie ingredients

– 2 big ripe mangoes
– 3 tbsp sugar
– tasty/loaf bread
– eggs
– breadcrumbs or crackers
– Oil


Homemade Mango Pie
  1. Slice the mangoes into cubes.
  2. Mix sugar and mango and cook in low heat.
  3. Bring to a boil until the mango looks soft enough or once you achieved your desired consistency.
  4. While waiting for the mango to cool down, remove the sides of the loaf bread.
  5. Flatten the bread using a rolling pin, bottle, or your favorite glass.
  6. Add filling in the center of the bread and fold. Secure the sides by pressing it with fork
  7. Dip the bread in the egg and breadcrumbs.
  8. Fry the bread until golden brown.

Mine is a little overcooked, so please make sure that you watch it while cooking. Also, put a little more filling than what I’ve shown in the video.

And that’s it!

If you will try this recipe, please let me know if you liked it too! Leave your comments below.

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  • Abby

    Looks so yummy, I wanna try making din kaso ang mahal ng mango dito kaya I’ll try another filling like tuna. Tas naalala ko ito sa Jollibee they have this Mango pie db?

  • GV Caplas | Wandering Good Vibes

    Wow. this is nice! Aside from this can be a fun snack, this can actually be a great idea for business! 🙂

  • WanderWoMom

    oh my god! ang galing nagkicrave pa naman ako sa peach mango pie ng jollibee.natakam tuloy ako ng bongga. will try doing this after i get out to buy stuff on my next grocery.

  • Christian Foremost

    Whaaaaaaat, it’s that easy to make their pies? Huhuhuhu. I’ve been craving them for a long time now when i could actually do it myself right here. Huhuhu thanks for sharing. Will try this out now na. Wait lang brb. Hahah

  • Veeyah (Monique)

    Yeeessss! Another recipe to try under this lockdown! My mom and cousin have been baking and they have me as the taste tester (lol). I had dinner like 3 hours ago and I can feel my stomach saying things. We’ll have a go at this!

  • Rae

    Saktong panahon ng mangga! how resourceful to use loaves of bread! I will try this soon once I get in the hands of more ripe mangos!

  • Jan Darren Guiwan

    This is a big help to satisfy my pamangkins’ craving for the pie. Noting that the ingredients is available on the nearest “talipapa” in our area. Time to fire up another recipe in the kitchen.

  • Pinaynursemeetsworld

    Baking pies, cakes, and cookies have been a challenge for me for many years. It’s just so hard to make it really perfect. But, I am amazed that you’re able to do ala-Jollibee mango pie. One of my favorite desserts…:)

  • Sarrah Cea

    I miss Jollibee and I miss eating snacks like this one! Thank you for the recipe. I guess I must forget my diet first and let myself give in to this. Ang sarap tignan sa photo pa lang! 😋

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