Balinese Milk Pie Recipe, Super Delicious and Easy


This Balinese Milk Pie recipe is a step-by-step process for milk pie using a Teflon pan instead of an oven with a spoon. Thus, this technique can produce a crispy milk pie dish with a simple appearance, but still delicious.

The Pie Susu recipe itself comes from Bali with a crunchy texture. Generally, this cake is a dessert consisting of pastries stuffed with sweetened condensed milk and egg custard. The pastry is very flat with an extra thin layer of custard. The appearance of the Milk Pie is almost similar to the Pastel De Nata dish from Portugal.

Tips for Making Milk Pie

When you practice making a Balinese Milk Pie recipe we recommend doing these tips in order to produce a delicious milk pie successfully

1. Make sure the pie skin is not too thick

Press the dough for the Milk Pie skin while it is in the mold so that it is thin. However, you also need to make sure you don’t put too much pressure on the dough. So that the pie crust will not break easily when you fill it with the filling ingredients.                                                           

2. How to Form the Milk Pie Skin Dough  

Because this time we will use a Teflon pan as a Milk Pie mold, then you can directly flatten the dough in the mold. Just put the pie crust dough that can be shaped into the Teflon, then make the dough follow the shape of the Teflon.         

3. How to Knead Pie Crust Dough

Knead the pie crust dough slowly, don’t slam it. Knead until all the ingredients for the dough are evenly mixed. Then pour in the water little by little as you knead the dough. So that the dough can come together more easily.     

4. Prick the dough with a fork

The last tip is to pierce the pie crust dough at the bottom with a fork to let the air out. The purpose of these tips is so that the punctured hole can drain the heat when the pie goes through the baking process. So, the pie crust dough can be cooked evenly.            

How to Take Care of a Teflon-Coated Cake Mold

When doing step by step on the Teflon Milk Pie recipe, of course you are using a cookie-cutter. Well, here are some ways to care for a Teflon-coated cake mold to make it more durable:     

1. How to Wash the Mold

Before you use the mold, wash it first. Use a soft sponge and soapy water to wash the cake molds. Then, rinse and dry the mold using a clean, dry cloth.                                  


2. Spread a thin layer of oil on the cake mold  

When going to use the mold, you need to lightly grease it with cooking oil or vegetable oil. Then wipe using a soft, dry textured cloth. So, you can use the mold to bake the Milk Pie dough.           

3. Use low to medium heat

Using high heat when heating Teflon can make the coating easily peel off. Therefore, you should use low to medium heat when baking Milk Pie dough.     

4. Use a Bamboo or Wood Pinch

Using an iron pick when you are using a Teflon-coated cookie cutter can scratch the coating. Therefore, make sure you use a bamboo or wood pry when you want to remove the Milk Pie from the mold.

5. How to Wash the Mold After Use

After using the Teflon mold, let the mold sit until it is completely cold or at room temperature. Then, use a dry cloth or soft-textured tissue to wipe the remaining pie crust dough that is still attached.

If the mold looks very dirty, first soak it in water for 5-10 minutes. Then clean the mold using a soft sponge and soapy water. Then rinse and dry the mold. It’s best not to soak the Teflon for too long, so that the Teflon layer doesn’t peel off quickly.

6. Store Teflon in the Box

If you still have the cardboard wrapping the mold, then reuse it when you are going to store cake molds that have dried after you previously washed them. So that the cake mold or Teflon layer is not scratched or piled up with other items when you store it.

Balinese Milk Pie Recipe


Balinese Milk Pie

Recipe by Hani
Teflon pan made milk pie is so delicious and creamy
Prep Time :30 minutes
Cook Time :1 hour
Total Time :1 hour 30 minutes
Course :Cake dan Kue, Custard dan Puding, Pastry
Cuisine :Bali, Indonesia


Pie Skin
  • 10 tbsp medium protein flour
  • 1 tbsp powdered sugar
  • 5 tbsp margarine
  • 1/4 tsp salt
Stuffing Ingredients
  • 10 tbsp sweetened condensed milk
  • 10 tbsp water
  • 1/2 tsp vanilla powder
  • 2 eggs
  • 2 tbsp cornstarch


  • Mix flour, powdered sugar, salt, and margarine in a bowl.  Stir using a spatula until the mixture is evenly mixed.  Do not knead by hand so that the dough is not lumpy and hard.
  • Grease the Teflon with margarine, put the Milk Pie skin mixture into the Teflon and smooth it out.
  • Give a motif on the periphery of the pie crust to make it look neat and attractive using a pin.
  • Prick the bottom of the pie crust dough with a fork until smooth.  Set aside.
  • Beat eggs and vanilla powder.
  • Add cornstarch, mix well again.
  • Add water and sweetened condensed milk.  Stir until well blended.
  • Turn on the stove over low heat, line it with a cork or zinc nest.
  • Bake a teflon filled with pie crust dough on top.
  • Enter the milk mixture by filtering using a sieve.
  • Cover the Teflon with the lid, then cook the Milk Pie until done.
  • During the baking process, the Teflon lid must be opened frequently and wipe off any steam adhering to the lid.  If there is a lump in the dough, pierce it with a toothpick.
  • After the Milk Pie is cooked, remove, cool, and serve.


Hello, I'm Hani and I enjoy collecting recipes from various social media platforms. I've tried some of them on my blog. Hopefully, they can help mothers with cooking.