Easy Crispy Raspberry Napoleons

One of the easiest and tastiest desserts you can make.

Easy Raspberry Napoleons

Easy Raspberry Napoleons

All the things I look for in food are in this recipe: 1) fabulous (ie, interesting, different, unique); 2) delicious; 3) quick; 4) easy; 5) frugal; 6) healthy and 7) flexible, because you can use any fresh sliced fruit or berries and it will turn out wonderful!

I made it even simpler by using flavored Greek yogurt, which has a delicious taste and creamy texture.

You can make this recipe even more frugally by using regular sugar in place of the turbinado sugar, but the wontons won’t be as crispy or look as pretty. You can also omit the sugar entirely if you want a low-sugar version.

Other fab frugal berry desserts from fellow food bloggers:
Berry tart – Amazing Dessert Recipes – with a Toasted Almond Crust
Peach and Berry Cobbler – Kalyn’s Kitchen – one of the best cobbler recipes out there
Mixed Berry Terrine – Dorie Green Span – looks light and refreshing
Berry De-Lite – Cookie Baker Lynn – no baking necessary! yay!


24 wonton wrappers (3 inch square size)
3 tablespoons unsalted butter, melted
4 tablespoons turbinado (or raw washed) sugar
16 ounces Greek yogurt (honey or lemon flavored)
6 cups fresh berries (or other sliced fresh fruit)

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

Place 12 wonton squares in a single layer on a parchment paper covered bakiing sheet. Brush the squares lightly with a little butter. Sprinkle buttered squares with a little of the sugar. Bake near top of oven for 8 to 10 minutes, until lightly browned, watching closely the last few minutes so as not to burn. Remove from oven and let cool. Repeat this process for the other 12 wonton squares.

Mix together the yoghurt and lemon curd. Make a stack on each serving plate starting with one wonton square on the bottom and layering with yogurt  and fruit.

Makes 8 servings.

— posted by Donna


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