Peach Mango Pie

Peach mango pie is a dessert made out of baked flaky pastry filled with mangoes and peaches, a dessert popularized by a Filipino fast food chain called “Jollibee” as an answer to McDonalds “apple pie”.

Peach mango pie is a dessert made out of baked flaky pastry filled with mangoes and peaches, a dessert popularized by a Filipino fast food chain called “Jollibee” as an answer to McDonalds “apple pie”. Though it’s popularized by a Filipino fast food chain I am unsure if this dessert originated in the Philippines but as far as I know I haven’t seen such pie flavour in countries I have visited.

In my opinion I prefer this over apple pie though I may be biased as peach and mangoes are my favourite fruits, the flavours of this two fruits together is simply phenomenal. The sweet and tangy flavour and the soft texture in a warm pasty is just something to crave for. As a tip if you want to make one at home do make sure the top pasty is lattice so it would not puff up and filling would dry out and stick together.

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Peach Mango Pie

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  • Author: Raymund
  • Prep Time: 15 mins
  • Cook Time: 45 mins
  • Total Time: 1 hour
  • Yield: 8 1x
  • Category: Dessert
  • Cuisine: Filipino


Peach mango pie is a dessert made out of baked flaky pastry filled with mangoes and peaches, a dessert popularized by a Filipino fast food chain called “Jollibee” as an answer to McDonalds “apple pie”.


  • 2 pcs ready-made flaky pastry sheet
  • 1 egg, beaten
  • 2 cups sliced mangoes
  • 2 cups sliced peaches
  • 4 tbsp sugar
  • 2 tsp cinnamon
  • 4 tbsp flour
  • juice from 1 lemon


  1. In a mixing bowl combine peaches, mangoes, lemon juice, sugar, flour and cinnamon.
  2. Line the pie pan with first flaky sheet.
  3. Pour fruit mixture in the lined pie pan.
  4. Slice strips of dough from the remaining pastry sheet then arrange it on top of pie pan in lattice pattern.
  5. Brush top with beaten egg.
  6. Bake in a 190C preheated oven for 45 minutes or until crust turns golden brown.



37 Responses

  1. Beautiful pie with fabulous flavour combination.
    πŸ™‚ Mandy

  2. This looks waaaaaaay better than the one they are peddling in Jollibee πŸ˜€

  3. Catherina says:

    One of the BEST looking pies I’ve seen! I remember having a mango pie when I was young in the Philippines and it was delicious, so I’m gonna make this pie this weekend, since it’s mango season here in Australia. Looks gorgeous!

  4. Tessa says:

    Outstanding job on the lattice top!

  5. Food Stories says:

    This is just gorgeous & probably extremely tasty πŸ™‚

  6. Tiffany F. says:

    Your pie doesn’t even look real. It’s so perfect!

  7. Gracie says:

    Looks absolutely delicious, top it off with vanilla ice cream and it’s heaven!

  8. Betty says:

    I’ve made a peach pie, but never with mango. The combination sounds wonderful! Beautiful lattice. πŸ™‚

  9. Oh I might be biased the same way. I love peaches, the little girls is head over heels for mangoes. Very nice filling idea I probably would not have thought to make.

  10. GreedyKiwi says:

    Yum! I wouldn’t have thought of mixing flour in with a sweet pie filling – I guess that must be to thicken it? I’ve always used arrowroot or perhaps cornflour, but I’ll try this now.

  11. Nicely done! I, too, love peach-mango pie because it’s so “Filipino”!

  12. ay wow.. i prefer this one with jollibee than mcdonald’s apple pie.. πŸ™‚

  13. Kristy says:

    Your crust is gorgeous Raymund!

  14. wow the peach-mango pie looks so yummy. I bet the puff pastry stripes look flaky and light. I’ve been to the Jolibee here in NYC and I was impressed with the fried chicken and shakes. On my next visit I’ll be on the look out of this pie. thanks!

  15. Good tip and the end result of the lattice is gorgeous.

  16. yum yum yum- I”m not a big fan of pie, but I bet I would like a peach mango pie!

  17. I’ve made a peach pie, but hadn’t thought to include sweet mango.. how fantastic this must have been!

  18. Henry says:

    Its nice to be back here, my PC was not working for more than a month. I love mango pie but I haven’t tried Peach mango pie. ^_^

  19. foodjaunts says:

    Bookmarked! Definitely making soon I’ve been playing around with the idea of doing a peach mango pie – didn’t realize Jolibee’s served one. Now I know exactly what to do.

  20. Finally a recipe that I’m looking for! I do like the pie to be shaped just like Jollibee does.. I’m looking for this recipe because I really love Jollibee’s and yeah, didn’t see any other places that serve this. πŸ™‚

  21. Beth says:

    I did try this recipe. I will not use the whole juice from one lemon too tart and too much cinnammon.

  22. Anette says:

    i wish you guys will make a video on the actual making of this awesome pie.. i couldnt find any video in youtube about making peach mango pies

  23. Martin Vera says:

    used the recipe, except i cooked down the mixture, added a slurry of cornstarch to thicken, cooled the mixture, and filled egg roll wrappers with mixture. they came out great!!!

  24. Donna Marie says:

    I tried this recipe and it was so delicious! Thanks for sharing this with us. I tried to taper the amount of lemon though, as the first batch i made was too “lemony” for the family’s taste. So maybe add lemon gradually and according to individual taste. Other than that, this recipe is gorgeous!

  25. Krystel says:

    Is it okay to make it without any crust on top?

  26. jepay says:

    Thanks for the recipe, i tried it twice, first i used fresh peaches and it turn out a little bit sour but its good. Then o tried peaches in can it turn out better, the taste was close to peach mango pie of jollibee. Again salamat

  27. victoria says:

    i baked this last night…it is really good.not too sweet that’s how i like it.thank you for sharing this recipe.

  28. celine says:

    Tried it! It’s very good but if you want to get close to that Jollibee peach mango pie taste, lessen the lemon and just use 1/2 tsp of cinnamon πŸ˜‰

  29. Catherine says:

    Made this pie this evening and I don’t like it. It was really bland. I don’t know where I went wrong. I used canned mangoes and jarred peaches. Maybe thats whats wrong? It was neither sweet enough nor tart enough. Will have to make adjustments if I make it again.

    • Raymund says:

      Sorry to hear you had a bad result. What I suggest is to use real mangoes, the Philippines ones also if you use jarred peaches then grab the ones in heavy syrup. If you dont have access to those ingredients then use a bit more sugar and more lemon juice.

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