Tiramisu Bites (Diabetic Friendly)

"A low-fat, low sugar dessert treat. Great for a holiday dessert tray. From Chris Smith, The Diabetic Chef Cook time is chilling time. SEE NOTE AT BOTTOM FOR NUTRITIONAL INFO!"
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Ready In:
2hrs 20mins
30 tarts




  • Combine cream cheese, Splenda, coffee and vanilla in medium bowl and mix until smooth. Cover and chill 2 hours.
  • Fold in Cool Whip.
  • Using a spoon or a pastry bag, fill tart shells.
  • Serve.
  • NOTE: Zaar doesn't recognize several of the ingredients, so Zaar nutritional info is wrong. Real info is: Calories-9.9, Total fat-0.7g, Saturated Fat-0.5g, Total carbs-0.7g, Sugars-0.6g, Sodium-5.2mg.

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  1. tajgood1
    I made these for Thanksgiving for my diabetic father and they are wonderful. I actually found the recipe on dlife.com. That recipe did specify to leave the cool whip frozen. Also, it showed the carbs at 2.7 g per serving. I will make these often!
  2. Kar-Bear
    I made this recipe for a Memorial Day boat party, and everybody loved them! They were gone in about 3 minutes. They were super easy to make, and I will definitely make them again.
  3. flower7
    I love tiramisu so just had to try this. Since I'm not a coffee drinker, I keep instant coffee around for recipes like this. I cut this in half and used 1/8 tsp instant coffee dissolved in 2 Tbsp hot water, which was just enough coffee flavor for me. The only change I made was using regular superfine sugar in place of the Splenda. I also added a sprinkle of cocoa on top to dress them up. Thanks very much for the recipe mikekey!
  4. Gabby LSW
    These were wonderful! I just got back from Bible study where I shared these and they got rave reviews. Several people asked for the recipe and were amazed how easy they were to put together. Thank you for sharing!!
  5. kitty.rock
    WOW mikekey ~ these are delicious little bites :) and so fast and easy to make. I made a half-recipe using 15 phyllo tart shells, so I have quite a bit of the filling left to experiment with. Very tasty and I love the fact that they are diabetic friendly. These would be great for a buffet dessert. Thanks for the great idea ~ made for PRMR August 2009!


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