Weight Watchers Chocolate Berry Tarts

"Only 3 points per serving! These can be made ahead of time. Cooking time is chilling time."
 
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photo by punkyluv photo by punkyluv
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Ready In:
2hrs 15mins
Ingredients:
5
Serves:
8
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ingredients

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directions

  • Prepare pudding with the 1% milk according to package directions.
  • Mix together the berries and pudding in a large mixing bowl.
  • Fold in whipped topping.
  • Divide evenly among crusts.
  • Cover and refrigerate until chilled (2 hours).

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Reviews

  1. 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.<br/>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. seesko
    Made this up for dessert last night. How very simply and very tasty. I didn't have any mini chocolate crusts, so used the regular ones. Everyone enjoyed "mom's diet treat". Thanks.
     
  3. punkyluv
    I really enjoyed this. but i do need to start by saying that i messed up as iam sure you can tell by the picture. I dont know why in the world i thought this was suppose to be frozen but for some reason that is what i had in my brain. i let in set up in the fridge and then for some unknown reason i put in in the freezer!!! but it is quite tasty and refreshing! i used frozen berry blend(couldnt get a hold of fresh) and a big pie crust because my store doesnt caryy the small ones. Thank you for sharing a great recipe! i will make again....folling instructions and hopefully it will turn out as beautiful as tastetesters! thanks again! update:jan-9-2009: I made again(the right way) and this is great too!lol. It is nice and creamy and also refreshing! I will be making this alot! thanks agian.
     
  4. TasteTester
    Absolutely delicious! I made this for my older son's birthday since he doesn't like cake with frosting. The combination of the creamy pudding mixed with the fresh raspberries made a wonderful chocolate berry tart. It has everything to make a dessert lover happy, but it wasn't too sweet or cloying. I topped the pie with the fresh raspberries had left over and sprinkled a little grated dark chocolate on the top. This tart was a winner with our family and especially the "birthday boy." Thanks for sharing!!!
     
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