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Easy Fruit Tarts

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Ingredients

12 wonton skins
Vegetable cooking spray
2 tablespoons apple jelly
1-1/2 cups sliced bananas or strawberries
1 cup nonfat or lowfat yogurt, any flavor

Instructions

Press wonton skins into 12 muffin cups sprayed with cooking spray, allowing corners to standup over edges of muffin cups. Bake at 375 degrees for 5 minutes or until lightly browned. Carefully remove wonton cups to wire rack; cool.

Cook and stir jelly in saucepan over low heat until jelly melts. Brush bottoms of wonton cups with melted jelly. Place two fruit slices in each cup; spoon yogurt evenly on top of fruit. Garnish with fruit slice and mint. Makes 12 servings.

Note: "You can experiment with other fruits or jellies."

Mary Braden
Bettendorf




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