Creamy Fruit Cups

"I got this recipe out of a diabetic cookbook published by "Prevention Guide". Very pretty dish for gatherings. Great comfort food with out the guilt afterwards. Make some ahead of time for lunch at work...makes you feel a little extra special! (will try to add a pic of it soon)"
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  • Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
  • Coat a 12-cup muffin pan with cooking spray.
  • Line each cup with a wonton wrapper.
  • Coat each wrapper with cooking spray.
  • Place a second wrapper diagonally on top of each of the first ones, making sure that the points of the wrappers form sides to the cup.
  • Coat the second wrapper with cooking spray.
  • Bake for 10 minutes or until golden brown.
  • Cool on a rack.
  • Remove from the pan.
  • In a medium bowl, combine 1 cup of the berries, the yogurt, and all- fruit spread.
  • Gently toss to blend.
  • Evenly divide the yogurt mixture among the cups.
  • Top with the remaining 1/4 cup berries.

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  1. I made these as tiny little fruit cups using my mini-muffin pan and only one wonton per cup. They were a nice addition to my buffet at a breakfast party featuring all finger foods.
  2. I made this today for a fathers day picnic. Everyone really enjoyed it, I just suggest that you put the yogurt mix in the wontons right before your going to eat, other wise they get really soggy.
  3. I made these last night when my sweet tooth kicked in. I used strawberries in mine. We really enjoyed them, although I did top each one with a dab of whipped cream before popping into my mouth! Cindy
  4. These are *gems* for dieters craving sweet and crunchy food! I baked 12 wontons in my mini-muffin pan for 1/2 the recipe of filling. Fresh blueberries and strawberries were the fruits of choice with raspberries appearing in the all-fruit spread. Thanks for posting this keeper!
  5. I was looking for low fat recipes when I came across this.I didn't have any won ton wrappers but I had frozen store bought tart shells. Not exactly fat free but all I had. I had frozen blueberries in the freezer that I thawed out I baked the tart shells for about 10 min. I only had strawberry yogurt so I used that. We all enjoyed these very much. I am only giving this 4*s because I changed it so much, but you have a great idea here and I appreciate the recipe. Thanks for posting.


Hello all! I am 27, married, and from Michigan. I am always in search of yummy low fat, low cholesterol, and diabetic recipes. Ofcourse, I like the extra yummy dishes to. My favorite cookbook is January 2003 Betty Crocker crock pot recipes. Mmmmm there are some good ones in there. I will post some soon.
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