Peach Mango Pie

Hand pies made with flaky pastry filled with sweet mangoes and peaches – a dessert famous in the Philippines. 

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I love Mangoes. I could eat them everyday. I love anything with Mangoes.

Sadly, they are not available all year long… and when they are in season, they stay for a very short period of time. Mango season this year came along with the month of Ramadan which was lovely as I had Mangoes for the whole month. I have listed several recipes with Mangoes, but I rarely cook/bake something new during Ramadan. It was one of those days that I badly wanted to try making Peach Mango Pie. Besides, it has been waiting in my list for more than a year. 😀 I made sure this time to have them on the table.

Peach Mango Pie is very famous in the Philippines and repeatedly fall in love with this favorite pie of mine. I have known this pie from Jollibee, which is the most famous fast-food chain in the Philippines. They can be sold individually or by three’s. Oh my! I could finish six in one sitting. They are just so good.

Over a year ago, I tried looking for a recipe, but I don’t know why I did not find one. And when I was looking for another pie recipe, I found this recipe.

Peach Mango Pie

  • Servings: 10
  • Difficulty: easy
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Ingredients

Pie Crust:

  • 1/2 cup cream cheese, cold, cut into cubes
  • 1/2 stick cup unsalted butter, cold, cut into cubes
  • 1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 2 tbsp sugar
  • 1/4 tsp baking powder
  • Milk, for brushing

Peach Mango Filling:

  • 1 cup cubed mangoes 
  • 1 cup cubed peaches 
  • 3 tbsp sugar
  • pinch of cinnamon
  • 2 tbsp cornstarch
  • 1 tbsp lemon juice

Directions

Pie Crust:

  1. Mix all pie crust ingredients except milk. Using a pasty mixer or your clean finger, mix the dough until you form a coarse crumb. Form into a ball or disk and wrap it using plastic wrap/cling film. Let sit inside the fridge for an hour. 

Peach Mango Pie: 

  1. In a bowl, combine all peach mango filling. Microwave about 1-2 minutes. Let cool a little. 

Baking the hand pies: 

  1. Preheat oven to 375F. Line tray with parchment paper.
  2. While preheating, roll out your crust thinly into a sheet and cut into rectangles using a dough scraper or a knife. Spoon fruit filling on one rectangle dough and cover with another dough. Press down the edges with a fork to seal. Poke vent holes on top to let the steam out. Repeat the process until you have used all your dough and filling. Brush the top with milk to get a golden color. 
  3. Bake for 30 minutes or until crust turn golden brown. 

Source Recipe: Jollibee’s Peach Mango Pie @ Obsessive Cooking Disorder

Notes

You can strain your filling before and after the microwave process to strain the liquids. I did this, but I prefer mine with some ‘syrup’ next time. 

Do a taste test for the feeling. If your Peaches are not that sweet, you may need to add a little sugar. 

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I hope you enjoy these hand pies and will have the chance to try the recipe.

Have a fabulous weekend! Happy partying! Thank you for spending time with me today.

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I am sharing this at Fiesta Friday #80, hosted by the Amazing Angie. This week, we are all co-hosts. Yay! So exciting! 😀


I am also sharing these delicious hand pies at:

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78 thoughts on “Peach Mango Pie

  1. These would really make a fabulous picnic treat (office lunch, on the go bite, midnight snack, snack on the way to grabbing another hand pie etc etc) 😉

  2. Hey Jhuls, I too love the combination of mangos and peaches together and I find it interesting that the pie crust has cream cheese in it. A must try for sure. Pinned!

    1. Thank you, Lily. I am sure your Filipino friends know about the famous Peach Mango Pie in the Philippines. 🙂 Glad you stopped by. Enjoy the weekend. xx

  3. Peaches and mangoes both?! In a hand pie?! That is just too much excitement for me to take, Jhuls! I think I’ll go nuts if I taste this. It’s already driving me nuts right now! 😀

    1. Yep! You are not dreaming, Angie. 😀 These are so so good, especially when your fruits are so sweet. I had to add more sugar in mine as my peaches were not too sweet. Glad you enjoyed them. 🙂

    1. That’s one of the amazing things related to these pies – they are perfect for hands. 😀 Thanks for stopping by and have an amazing week. 🙂 xx

  4. My family shares the same love for mangoes.This pie looks so flaky and delicious. I have never worked with cream cheese for the pastry dough though I have used yogurt. I am sure it makes the pastry melt in the mouth. Thanks for sharing. Will try👍

    1. Thanks, Ana. Mangoes are almost everyone’s favorite, I guess. These pies are really amazing. It’s my first time to try cream cheese in the crust and I loved it. 🙂 Thanks for being here. Have a blessed week. xx

    1. Me, too – I cannot understand whats not to like? I am happy to know that we share the same love for mangoes, Elaine. Sorry to be just responding. 😐 Have a lovely week. xx

  5. Beautiful little pies Jhuls! I’ve never had peach and mango together but would love to try some now! And the cream cheese in the crust sounds great! Thanks for sharing these with us! 🙂

  6. Oooh I love these! I think the thing I love the most is the serving size. So reasonable! But it might be that the filling is completely surrounded by crust. Because CRUST! Thanks for linking up to #SaucySaturdays.

    1. No wonder we get crazy over mangoes when the season is here. I already have a list on what to make for the next mango season. 😀 Thanks for stopping by, Naina. 🙂 xx

    1. Hello, Linda. Sorry to be just responding to you. 😐 I am delighted to know that you liked these little hand pies. And yes, peaches and mangoes are one of my favorite fruit combos. 😀 I hope you are having a good time. 🙂 xx

  7. I have made peach pies but what a great idea to add mangoes. I love mangoes too and buy them fresh whenever I can whether for a salsa or a salad. During off months I buy them in jars – better than nothing. I will have to try this version as I am sure the mangoes add some great flavor 🙂

    1. I always buy mangoes fresh – one time, I tried buying in can and I didn’t like it. So when it’s mango season, I get crazy over them. I could eat them everyday of my life. 😀 Thank you, Aunt Juju. It’s nice to know your thoughts about mangoes. Glad you liked the hand pies as well. Have a lovely week ahead. 🙂 xx

    1. This is also my first time baking with mangoes and peaches. I am glad I did – these are awesome. Thanks a lot for stopping by. Have a lovely week ahead. 🙂

    1. Indeed! These pies are my favorite. Glad I have found a recipe. I can make them anytime I want… as long as it’s Mango season. 😉 Thanks for stopping by!

  8. Mangoes are one of my favorites too. I think I posted three mango recipes last year, but none as savory as this pie! I love how you made smaller pies, instead of one bigger one. They look delicious, and perfect if you’re on the go too. Happy FF, and have a wonderful weekend. 😀

    1. Oh! Lucky you for posting 3 mango recipes. I was planning to make Mango jam as well, but I don’t think I’ll find good Mangoes again. Thanks for stopping by, Kaila. Glad you like the pies. Have a lovely weekend as well and happy FF! 🙂

    1. Thank you so much, Quinn. There’s something about peaches and mangoes together. I love them both in smoothies as well. 🙂 Thanks for stopping by and happy FF!

  9. Who would think that peaches and mangoes can be used in an enclosed pie like that. When I think of those two fruits it brings to mind round pies. Those look great Jhuls! I am sure they must taste very good too!!

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