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Pie Recipes: Strawberry, Mango & Turtle Fudge
Lower Calorie for Our Little Dieters

Written by Sky Taylor, Diet Bites


Cranberry Pie, 180 calories per slice

Packed with healthy, delicious dried cranberries.

Basic Filling Ingredients:

2 single serving containers of vanilla flavored yogurt

1/2 small container of light whipped topping

cup of dried cranberries (185 calories)

Create a gourmet pie by dusting the top of the pie with sugar crystals and a few dried cranberries.

Strawberry Banana Pie, 150 calories per slice

Strawberry & Banana Lovers alike will love this Diet Bites original low calorie diet pie recipe for weight loss.

Basic Filling Ingredients:

2 single serving containers of strawberry-banana flavored yogurt
1/2 small container of light whipped topping

Create a gourmet pie by adding a fresh sliced bananas and strawberries to the filling. Top the pie with a fresh strawberry.

Mango Tango Pie, 160 calories per slice

Yummy without adding weight on the tummy.


Basic Filling Ingredients:

2 single serving containers of vanilla or mango flavored yogurt
1/2 small container of light whipped topping

1 ripe mango, peeled, seed removed, pureed

Blend together yogurt and smashed mango. Combine yogurt mixture with whipped topping using gentle strokes.

Add a bit of Splenda for a sweeter pie.

Simply spoon the filling into your pie crust selection from the list below.

Create a gourmet pie by adding fresh tidbits of mango to the pie.

Turtle Fudge Cream Pie, about 248 per slice

A lower calorie no-bake pecan & chocolate cream pie recipe for dieters.

Basic Filling Ingredients:

2 single serving containers of your favorite chocolate flavored yogurt
1/2 small container of light whipped topping

1/2 cup of chopped pecans (377 calories)

200 calories worth of fudge topping

Gently combine yogurt, nuts and topping. Next, spoon 1/2 the filling mixture into your selected pie shell. Using a spoon, drizzle the fudge topping over the yogurt mixture. Top with remaining filling.

If fudge sauce is too thick, warm until it loosens, taking care not to put the fudge sauce on the filling until it reaches room temperature or the pie risks deflation.

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