Dulce de Leche Fillo Cups

These were for a thank you open house tonight for some members of our church who had been serving in our Bishopric and were recently released.  They couldn’t have been any easier to make but I can’t tell you how they tasted because I didn’t try one before I took them over there and when we finally got back over to the church, they were all gone so I’m guessing they must have been good!  The recipe came in an email from “Eat Better America” which comes from General Mills.

2 oz fat free cream cheese or 1/3 less fat cream cheese, softened

2 tablespoons dulce de leche (caramel) syrup (I didn’t have any so I used caramel ice cream topping)

1 tablespoon reduced fat sour cream

1 (2.1 oz) package frozen mini fillo shells (15 shells)  (I found these at Target)

1/3 cup sliced fresh strawberries

2 tablespoons diced mango (I used fresh blueberries and blackberries instead)

1  In medium bowl, beat cream cheese on low until creamy.  Beat in dulce de leche syrup and sour cream until blended.

2  Spoon mixture into each fillo shell and top with fruit.  (I drizzled additional caramel ice cream topping over the top of each cup for an extra taste of caramel.)

2 cups = 60 calories

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