Recipe by Dreamer in Ontario
Only 3 points per serving! These can be made ahead of time. Cooking time is chilling time.
Top Review by Sweet Baboo
I made this recipe to take to a family reunion so our diabetic and dieting members could also enjoy a guilt free dessert. I thought that it was a great treat for anyone, even those who did not have special dietary needs...delicious, fast and easy to make, and visually very appealing too! I used a chocolate crumb crust, sugar-free white chocolate pudding, and raspberries which I layered in the filling rather than mixing in because I was afraid that the delicate berries might crush and bleed. I borrowed a suggestion from Taste Tester's review, and garnished the top with grated chocolate.
We are having company for dinner later this week and I plan to make this dessert again....you know it is a hit when you make something twice in a week!
- 2 cups raspberries or 2 cups blueberries or 2 cups blackberries
- 1 (30 g) package fat-free sugar-free white chocolate pudding mix or 1 (30 g) package fat-free sugar-free vanilla pudding mix
- 2 cups 1% low-fat milk
- 1 cup light whipped topping
- 8 mini chocolate graham cracker tart crusts