Cherry Berry Pie Cups

Makes 12 servings.


1 package refrigerated pie crust
1 20-ounce can no-sugar added cherry pie filling*
¼ cup Splenda granulated sweetener
1 pint fresh raspberries
Light whipped topping, for garnish

Cherry Berry Pie Cups


1. Preheat oven to 425°F. Remove one crust from pouch. Place on a cutting board or flat surface and roll out lightly to a 10-inch diameter. Using a 4-inch round cutter, cut out six rounds. Set scraps aside. Repeat with second crust.
2. Lightly press the pastry rounds into 12 muffin cups pressing into bottom and up sides to create pastry cups. Set aside.
3. In a medium bowl, mix together the cherry pie filling and the sweetener. Gently fold in the raspberries. Spoon about 3 tablespoons of the filling into each crust-lined cup.
4. Bake for 18 to 20 minutes, or until the edges and sides of the cups are browned, and the filling is bubbly.
5. Let cool slightly and serve warm or cool. Garnish each pie cup with a dollop of whipped topping.

Nutritional Info (per serving):

Calories 135
Carbohydrate 18 g (Sugars 12g)
Total Fat 7g (Saturated Fat 2.5g)
Protein 1g
Fiber 1g
Cholesterol 5mg
Sodium 150mg

Dietary Food Exchanges: 1 Starch, 1 Fat, ½ Fruit
Carbohydrate Choices: 1
Weight Watcher Point Comparison: 3

Additional comments:

*Lite Cherry Pie Filling can be substituted. It adds 15 calories and 4 grams of carbohydrate to each cup.

Marlene Koch, RD, is a registered dietitian who has specialized in delicious food and healthy lifestyles for over twenty years. Marlene holds a degree in Nutritional Science from the University of Los Angeles, California. Marlene is a best-selling author of healthy, low-sugar cookbooks. Marlene is a frequent guest on TV, radio and websites such as iVillage and
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