by C. Carol
, Pennsylvania on Nov. 2010
I thought it was very good. ALthough I put a low-fat gingersnap cookie in the bottom instead of the crumbles. I would definitely would make it again. It was easy and quick to make.
by R. R
, Ann Arbor, MI on Feb. 2010
very nice pumpkin recipe
100-Calorie Pumpkin Pie Tartlets
by C. Carol
, Madison Heights, MI on Jan. 2010
MMMMMMM another yummy pumpkin recipe. I love the differant recipes. We really love pumpkin with the ginger snap. I think pumpkin recipes should get a 10. Very good THANK YOU!!
SO SO YUMMY!
by D. Debra
, FLOWER MOUND, TX on Nov. 2009
Since my family is always looking for healthy recipes, but not wanting to miss out on the greatness of Thanksgiving, I found this recipe and decided to make them. They were a HUGE hit!! So easy to make and we never missed having a full pie. I even substituted Splenda in place of most of the sugar to reduce the calories even more!
Friends Loved It
by T. Tia
, on Nov. 2009
I made this for the first time last night for a Thanksgiving party and it was a hit. My friends loved it. I thought it was a lil bland myself. I would def. make it for others b/c it was esp a hit for the calorie counters.
by B. Bobbie
, Lakeside CA on Nov. 2009
Love these tartlets. It's like eating a mini pumpkin pie, but without the crust. I've given the recipe to a number of folks, particularly those who, like me, are in the process of trying to lose weight. I'm taking some to Thanksgiving dinner so I can enjoy pumpkin pie along with everyone else.
by J. Jennifer
, Osseo, MN on Nov. 2009
I love the 100 calorie pumpkin pie tartlets! I made one day after craving pumpkin pie, and they really hit the spot! Not only did my husband and I like them, my 4 year old and 18 month old loved them, too! They have a delicious flavor and are just the right size for a quick treat after dinner and no guilt. They were also super easy to make. I would highly recommend! (Only 2 points per tart if following Weight Watcher's Points Plan.)