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Easy Homemade Jollibee Peach Mango Pie

Recreate your favorite fruits into a snack kids will love. Here is an easy peach mango pie recipe by Jollibee using sandwich bread.

Jollibee is one of the biggest fast food chains in the Philippines.  It is home to the famous Chickenjoy, Burger Steak, Yumburger, and my ultimate favorite peach mango pie. This tropical dessert-snack reminds me of home and my childhood. 

Peach mango pie is a pocket pie with sweet-citrusy fruit filling.  The outer shell is usually made of crunchy crust.  When cooked to perfection, it gives you a salty bite on the outside then oozing rich filling on the inside.  

Whether you’re a Filipino or not, you will love this easy peach mango pie recipe ala Jollibee.  

Prepare the Crust

Instead of using flour crust or puff pastry, I am using bread.  It will give you the same crunch especially when rolled in panko crumbs.

Put the bread on a flat surface or chopping board.  Cut the sides.  Using a rolling pin or bottle, flatten the sides equally.  Set aside.

Cook the Filling

I used frozen peach and fresh mango for the filling. If you can find fresh peach and mango at your local store the better. But frozen or canned would be the next best alternative. If you use frozen fruits, thaw at room temperature. When you’re done, cut it into cubes.  

Place the mangoes and peaches in a pan.  Add 3 tablespoons of water.  Using low heat, cook until it caramelizes. Stir occasionally to avoid burning.  

Since peach and mangoes are naturally sweet fruits, you may add sugar according to your preferred sweetness. I put 2 tablespoons of white sugar.  It was just the perfect blend of tropical sweet and sour filling.

Continue cooking until the juice is reduced.  

Dissolve 1 tablespoon of cornstarch in water then pour it over to your filling.  Stir until it resembles a paste. Turn the heat off then let it cool.

Assemble the Pie

Put some mango filling in the middle of the flattened bread. Leave space on the sides for easy folding. You may want to overfill but it will be more difficult to seal.

Brush the sides with egg or water then fold. Then seal the side using a fork. Set aside.

Prepare 2 bowls. Crack then beat two (2) eggs. On the other bowl, pour panko bread crumbs. Dip the pocket pie on the egg then roll into the crumbs.

Frying the Pie

Heat oil in a pan. Fry until golden brown. Put the peach mango pie in a paper towel to absorb excess oil.

Let it cool then serve.

As soon as my family started eating them, they couldn’t stop. I made around 14 servings, and it almost tasted like the real Jollibee peach mango pie!

This Jollibee peach mango pie recipe bridged us closer to home thousands of miles away. Happy eating!

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Easy Homemade Jollibee Peach Mango Pie

Peach mango pie is a pocket pie with crunchy crust on the outside and a rich fruit filling in the inside.
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Pie Crust

  • 1 loaf sandwich bread
  • panko bread crumbs
  • 2 pcs egg

Pie Fillings

  • 1 cup peach
  • 2 pcs ripe mangoes
  • 2 tbsp sugar
  • 1 tbsp cornstarch
  • 3 tbsp water



  • Place the Bread on a flat surface. Cut the sides. Using a rolling pin or a bottle, flatten the bread equally. Set aside.


  • Peel mangoes. Cut them together with peach into cubes.
  • Place diced mangoes and peach in a pan then add 3 tbsp of water. In low fire, cook until it caramelizes.
  • Dissolve cornstarch in a small amount of water. Pour it over the filling. Stir until it assembles like a paste. Turn off the heat and let it cool.

Assemble the pie

  • Scoop a tablespoon of filling and put in the middle of the flattened bread.
  • Brush the sides with egg or water. Fold. Seal with a fork.
  • Crack the eggs in a bowl. Prepare panko breads on a separate bowl.
  • Dip each pie in the egg then coat with breadcrumbs.
  • On a pan, heat oil enough to cover the pie. Fry until golden brown.
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14 thoughts on “Easy Homemade Jollibee Peach Mango Pie

  1. Wow, that looks good. I actually have peaches and frozen mangos on hand right now. I’m going to show my husband this recipe!

  2. You just kind of blew me away and I will have to try this because I love peaches and mangoes! AND my brain went wait, what? when I saw the bread as the dough – awesome and quick! No rolling out my pastry dough from scratch?! Love it. I still love my homemade dough but a quick fix is needed sometimes!

  3. Those Jollibee pies look really good! I like how you used bread instead of the puffed pastry. It looks super easy to make!

  4. I supeerrrrr love Jollibee meals and I’m missing them as Jollibee fastfood locations are far from where we are. Still thankful that more branches are now opening here in the UK. Thanks for sharing this easy to follow Jobee kind of snack. Can’t wait to try this.

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