For the snack lover in you, these scrumptious mini bites are clever creations made with wonton wrappers. From wonton wrappers stuffed with hot dogs and cheese to ones filled with bananas and Nutella, the creative possibilities are endless!
These ooey gooey cheese sticks are fried to perfection with nothing but wonton wrappers, string cheese and a little olive oil. Oh, and don’t forget the marinara for dipping!
Spinach Dip Mini Bites
Spinach dip just got a lot more interesting nestled inside these wonton cups. Line a mini muffin pan with the wonton wrappers and fill with your favorite spinach dip recipe. Bake for 7-10 minutes at 350 degrees and you have a perfect, poppable snack.
Hot Pizza Dip Bites
If pizza is more up your alley, you have to try these hot pizza dip bites. Once again line a mini muffin tray with wonton wrappers and bake for 4-6 minutes at 350 degrees. Then pile in your favorite pizza ingredients and bake again for another 10 minutes until your cheese is bubbling with gooeyness.
Adding wonton wrappers to your favorite Italian dish makes for scrumptious mini treats. Tower lasagna ingredients in a mini muffin tin and circle-cut wonton, parmesan cheese, ricotta, mozzarella, meat, pasta sauce and repeat. Bake at 375 degrees for 18-20 minutes.
For a little bite of Italy, line a tray with parchement paper and lay the wonton wrappers on top. Scoop a mixture of ricotta cheese, parsley, salt, pepper and parmesan cheese into each wonton wrapper and fold. Brush each with olive oil and bake for 10-12 minutes at 400 degrees.
You can even make your own homemade raviolis! Mix together ricotta cheese, parmesan cheese, parsley, salt, pepper and an egg. Place some mixture onto each wonton wrapper, moisten the edges with water and place another wonton wrapper on top. Cook a few at a time in boiling water for about 3 minutes.
A twist on an Indian cuisine, these baked samosas are perfect for a hearty appetizer. Filled with potatoes, curry paste, broccoli, cashew nuts and peas, the Indian wontons are then baked to perfection at 425 degrees for 12 minutes.
Arabic Lamb Party Cigars
A Middle Eastern-inspired appetizer, perfect for any occasion. Stuffed with a lamb mixture of lamb and spices, these wontons are wrapped, brushed with egg and pan fried until crispy brown.
French Onion Soup Cups
These soup inspired wontons are perfect for a cold winter day. Line a mini muffin tray with wonton wrappers and fill with a mixture of onions, sugar, thyme, beef broth and Worcestershire sauce. Top with grated fontina cheese and bake for 10 minutes at 400 degrees.
For you Mexican food lovers out there, these chorizo empanadas are just for you. A hearty mixture of chorizo, potatoes and cheese is wrapped in wonton wrappers and then baked for 15-20 minutes at 400 degrees.
Continue satisfying your spicy tastebuds with mini tacos. Place shredded chicken, cheese and other desired taco toppings inside each wonton wrapper. Pinch edges at the top to form a taco-like shape. Bake the mini tacos for 10-12 minutes at 400 degrees.
BBQ Ranch Chicken Wontons
Shredded chicken breast, mozzarella cheese, BBQ sauce and ranch dressing make up these wontons. Like many of the other stuffed cups, place wontons in a mini muffin tray and fill with chicken mixture, then relayer all ingredients again. Bake at 375 degrees for 18-20 minutes.
South West Wontons
Wontons stuffed with corn, black beans, bell peppers, poblano chiles, onions and cream cheese are perfect everywhere, not just in the south. Pan fry stuffed wontons in olive oil on medium heat. They pair perfect with a spicy salsa or creamy avocado dip.
Buffalo Chicken Cupcakes
Love buffalo chicken dip? You have to try this take on the favorite dip. Mix together shredded chicken, cream cheese, Buffalo wing sauce and cheddar cheese. Line a mini muffin tray with wonton wrappers and place chicken mixture on top of wontons. Top with a crumble of blue cheese and bake for 18 minutes at 375 degrees.
Tired of store bought chips? Try these homemade wonton chips. Simply sprinkle with your favorite spices and bake in the oven until golden brown.
Cheesy Hotdog Wraps
Ok, ok, this looks amazing! Simply fill a wonton wrapper with a hotdog and shredded cheese, roll ’em up, brush with olive oil and bake for 12-15 minutes at 350 degrees.
Now you can turn wonton wrappers into a sweet treat by either stuffing them with your favorite fruit or creating a tower of fruit, yogurt and wonton wrappers.
Have leftover potatoes? Stuff the wonton wrappers with potatoes, onions and cheese for a cheater version of pierogies. Pan fry them for a perfect golden crunch.
Red Pepper Crab Cups
Try your hand at seafood with crab cups. Create a mixture of crab, sour cream, cream cheese, soy sauce, ginger, salt and red peppers. Stuff the wonton wrappers, that are lined in a mini muffin tray, with the mixture and bake for 8 minutes at 375 degrees. You can garnish with more crab for an extra fishy taste!
Fried Drunken Apple Pies
A twist on the classic apple pie, these wontons are stuffed with apples simmered in a bourbon glaze, pan fried and sprinkled with cinnamon and sugar. Pair with vanilla ice cream for a scrumptious treat!