Dessert Recipe

Try this very light and refreshing dessert. It is so quick to prepare! Use a variety of berries alone or in combination. When fresh berries are not available, substitute frozen berries that have been thawed. This recipe is also a good choice for a diabetic menu.

White Chocolate Mousse with Berries

1 small box (1 ounce) sugar-free instant white chocolate pudding
2 cups nonfat milk
2 cups nonfat whipped topping
2 cups fresh berries (or frozen, thawed) such as raspberries, blueberries, or huckleberries

In a medium bowl, mix pudding with milk. Stir constantly with a wire whisk for 2 minutes. Refrigerate for 5 minutes. Add whipped topping and mix well.

Layer mousse with berries in a serving bowl or individual parfait glasses. Be sure to save some berries for the top.

This is ready to eat or you can refrigerate it and serve later.

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Makes 6 cups (8 servings) - Each Serving: 3/4 cup; Carb Servings: 1; Exchanges: 1 carbohydrate; calories 78, total fat 0g, saturated fat 0g, cholesterol 1mg, sodium 196mg, total carbohydrate 16g, dietary fiber 2g, sugars 6g, protein 2g

Source: Quick & Healthy Recipes and Ideas - 3rd Edition, © Brenda J. Ponichtera, RD, Published by Small Steps Press, publishing health conscious books for the general public, a division of the American Diabetes Association.

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