New Year's Noise Maker Mini Dessert Bites

Lori McLain


I have special fun recipes for when you want to make a little joyful noise! I made these with less sugar for my hubby, but you can easily use the regular mix and topping if you don't want this lower calorie version :0)


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15 Min
No-Cook or Other


  • 1 pkg
    of 15 mini phyllo shells
  • 8 oz
    tub of sugar-free whipped topping, or regular, thawed
  • 1 pkg
    ( 3.5 oz) sugar-free or regular pistachio pudding mix
  • 1/2 c
    crushed fisher pistachios
  • 1 pkg
    (1.2 oz) of red colored popping candies

How to Make New Year's Noise Maker Mini Dessert Bites


  1. Bake mini fillo shells according to pkg direction, then cool. Place cooled shells on a work surface.
  2. In a medium bowl, mix whipped topping and pistachio pudding mix until smooth and well-blended. Add nuts and blend well.
  3. Open a quart-sized plastic storage bag and fill a bottom corner with about 1/2 C of the mousse mixture. Snip a tiny opening in the corner point of the bag. Pipe the mousse in a swirl effect into each shell in equal amounts. Sprinkle tops with a little of the popping rocks candy bits.....and wait for the fun to start ! Serve immediately.

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About New Year's Noise Maker Mini Dessert Bites

Main Ingredient: Nuts
Regional Style: American
Other Tags: Quick & Easy For Kids
Hashtags: #mini #bites #Popping

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