mini wonton apple pies

MINI WONTON APPLE PIES! ONLY 60 CALORIES!! Ohhh how I love this season. So much delicious food… so many amazing desserts… SO MANY EXTRA CALORIES. lol, and THAT… I don’t love so much. But I do love sitting down to a table full of family and friends, enjoying a slice of apple pie… or two slices… hehe, and then we all wonder why every single new years eve, our resolution has something to do with losing weight.

THIS HOLIDAY SEASON, I got you skinny minnies’ covered! Satisfy your sweet tooth with any of the low calorie goodies I post on this website, AND use the it works body wraps… and your resolution THIS year will be to stop shopping for so many bikinis…

BECAUSE THESE MINI WONTON APPLE PIES ARE ONLY 60 CALORIES EACH!! ghead, do your happy dance.

Target the trouble areas with the wraps (aka the It Works Ultimate Body Applicator), and maintain a healthy diet at the same time, and you’re all set! This recipe will get you through the holidays without any guilt. It’s even MAN-approved (Dan LOVED them!)

mini wonton apple piesMINI WONTON APPLE PIES
(makes 12 servings)

1/2 cup water
1 tsp sugar
1/2 tsp cinnamon
1 tsp vanilla extract
1 tbsp flour
4 apples (I prefer Gala) cored, peeled and sliced
12 wonton wrappers

Preheat oven to 375 F degrees.
Prepare a muffin tray and spray each cup with PAM.
Lay a wonton wrapper in each muffin cup.
In a sauce pan over medium heat, whisk all ingredients EXCEPT the apples until mixture starts to thicken.
Then add the apples in and cook for another 10 minutes until the apples are soft, stirring frequently.
Drop a spoonful of the apple mixture into each muffin cup.
Pop in the oven and bake for about 10 minutes or until the edges of the wonton wrappers start to get brown and crisp.

ENJOY!
Jess

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Jessica Pearson is a Triple Diamond with It Works! Global, promoting weight loss and a healthier lifestyle.

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