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In this article, I list 46 of the most popular and delicious wonton wrapper recipes.
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Some of the best recipes to make with wonton wrappers are shrimp dumplings, chicken potstickers, cream cheese wontons, fried wontons, and baked wontons. You can also use them to make mini quiches, pizza bites, or apple pies.
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46 Best Wonton Wrapper Recipes
Knowing what to make with wonton wrappers can be a challenge.
They’re so versatile and can be used in sweet or savory dishes.
But whether you’re looking for an appetizer, main course, or dessert, these 46 recipes with wonton wrappers will give you some great ideas for how to use wonton wrappers.
These easy salt and pepper wonton crackers are the perfect snack to have on hand.
They’re crispy, they’re salty, they’re basically like little flavor bombs.
I like to make a big batch of these and then keep them in an airtight container for when the snacking urge strikes.
Pro Tip: If you want to add a little bit of sweetness to these crackers, try sprinkling them with sugar before baking.
There’s something about fried cheese that makes me happy, and these wonton wrapper mozzarella sticks are no exception.
I love how crispy the wonton wrappers get, and the melty mozzarella is just an added bonus.
I usually make a quick marinara sauce to dip them in, but you could also use ranch or any other type of dipping sauce that you like.
Pro Tip: If you want to make ahead of time, you can assemble the sticks and then freeze them before frying. This way, they’ll be ready to go whenever you’re feeling like a snack!
3. Cranberry Brie Bites
Made with wonton wrappers filled with brie and cranberry sauce, these bites are the perfect holiday appetizer.
I like to put them in the mini muffin tin so they keep their shape, but you can also just place them on a baking sheet.
If you want to get really festive, you can cut out little shapes in the wrappers before baking.
Pro Tip: If you’re using a round cutter, make sure to flour it before cutting to prevent sticking.
These contain a simple mixture of crab, cream cheese, and seasonings, but they are so good!
I like to add a little bit of garlic powder and onion powder to the filling for extra flavor.
You could also use shredded cheese in place of the cream cheese, or swap out the crab for chicken.
Pro Tip: If you want to get fancy, you can brush the wonton wrappers with an egg wash before baking them. This will give them a nice golden color.
These wonton taco cups are the perfect appetizer for your next party.
They’re easy to make, and you can customize them however you like.
I like to fill mine with ground beef, shredded cheese, and diced tomatoes, but you could also add in some black beans, corn, or avocado.
Pro Tip: If you want the taco cups to be extra crispy, brush the wonton wrappers with a little bit of olive oil before baking.
This is a quick yet elegant meal that can be on the table in under 30 minutes.
I like to use a simple filling of ricotta and mozzarella cheese, but you could really use any type of cheese that you like.
You could even add some cooked ground beef or sausage to the filling, if you wanted.
Pro Tip: If you’re using square wonton wrappers, simply place a spoonful of filling in the center of each wrapper. If you’re using round wrappers, cut them into squares before adding the filling.
These wontons are filled with the classic Nutella and hazelnut spread, and they make for a delicious dessert or snack.
The air fryer gives them a perfect crispy exterior, without making them too greasy.
I like to serve these with a dusting of powdered sugar and a drizzle of chocolate sauce.
Pro Tip: If you don’t have an air fryer, you can also bake these wontons in the oven. Just preheat the oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit and bake for 10-12 minutes, or until golden brown.
8. Cinnamon Sugar Cups
These flaky, fluted cinnamon-sugar wonton cups are the perfect bite-sized dessert.
They can be filled with anything from apples to ice cream, but my personal favorite is a simple cinnamon sugar filling.
I like to make a big batch of these and keep them in the freezer for when those sweet cravings hit.
Pro Tip: If you’re using store-bought wonton wrappers, be sure to thaw them before use. Otherwise, they’ll be too brittle to work with.
This is definitely something the kids would love – it’s like a deconstructed banana pudding!
All you need is some ripe bananas, wonton wrappers, cinnamon sugar and a little bit of oil for frying.
I like to add a dollop of whipped cream on top, but you could also serve with ice cream or just a simple dusting of powdered sugar.
Pro Tip: If your bananas are too ripe, you can always bake them! Just put them on a baking sheet at 400 degrees for about 15 minutes.
This is the easiest, yummiest snack around (in my opinion).
All you need is a package of wonton wrappers, some butter, sugar and cinnamon.
- I like to put the sugar and cinnamon in a ziplock bag and then shake it up so the ratio is even.
- Then, I cut the wrappers into triangles, brush them with butter on both sides and toss them in the bag.
- Once they’re all coated, I bake them at 350 degrees for about 10 minutes or until golden brown.
Pro Tip: If you want a little extra sweetness, you can drizzle some honey on top after they’re baked.
11. Peppered Wonton Crackers
I usually go for white wonton wrappers when making these, but you can really use any kind you like.
I think the white ones look nicer, though.
You’ll want to cut them into strips, and then brush them with a beaten egg.
Sprinkle on some pepper (I like a lot of pepper, but you can go easy on it if you’re not as big of a fan), and then bake at 400 degrees until they’re crispy.
Pro Tip: If you want to get extra fancy, you can sprinkle on some Parmesan cheese before baking.
These wontons are super easy to make, and they’re a great appetizer or snack.
I like to use pimento cheese, but you could really use any kind of cheese that you like.
I also like to add a little bit of bacon to mine, because everything is better with bacon.
If you’re feeling adventurous, you could even try adding some chopped jalapeños to the mix.
Pro Tip: If you don’t have an air fryer, you can also bake these wontons in the oven. Just preheat your oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit and bake for about 10 minutes, or until the wontons are golden brown and crispy.
Why not turn your favorite Chinese takeout dish into an easy appetizer?
These sesame chicken wonton cups are perfect for your next party or potluck.
And, they’re so simple to make!
Just fill wonton wrappers with a mixture of cooked chicken, cream cheese, green onions and sesame seeds, then bake until golden brown.
Pro Tip: To get that crispy wonton wrapper texture, spray the cups with cooking spray before adding the filling.
Made with leftover chicken dip and wontons, these little Buffalo chicken cups are a fun and easy way to get your fix.
I like to use the mini wonton wrappers, but you can use the regular size if you want.
Just be sure to adjust the cooking time accordingly.
Pro Tip: If you’re short on time, you can pre-cook the chicken and shred it before adding it to the wonton cups.
A Chinese restaurant I used to go to in college served these amazing wontons as an appetizer, and I was instantly hooked.
I love how they’re crispy on the outside and creamy on the inside.
The key to making them extra delicious is to not skimp on the garlic.
I like to use at least 4 cloves, but feel free to add more or less depending on your taste.
Pro Tip: If you want a little bit of crunch in your wontons, add some chopped green onions to the cream cheese mixture.
I am a huge fried wonton fan (as I’m sure you’re aware by now), but sometimes I want to mix things up.
These wonton cups are a great way to do that.
They’re super easy to make, and you can fill them with whatever you like.
My personal favorite is a mixture of cream cheese, shredded cheddar cheese, and diced green peppers.
Pro Tip: If you want your wonton cups to be extra crispy, brush the edges with a beaten egg before baking.
Wonton wrappers to the rescue once again!
These little pizza crisps are the perfect appetizer or snack.
You can top them with anything you like, but I usually go for a classic Margherita pizza style with tomato sauce, mozzarella, and fresh basil.
They’re super easy to make and only take a few minutes in the oven.
Pro Tip: If you want a crispy wonton, make sure to brush the edges with some beaten egg before baking.
18. Berry Wonton Cups with Almond Butter and Nutella
Baked to form little cups, these wonton wrappers are a delicious and easy way to enjoy a healthy snack or dessert.
I love to fill them with almond butter and Nutella, then top with fresh berries.
They’re also great with yogurt, jam, or peanut butter.
Pro Tip: If you’re using the wonton wrappers for a savory dish, try brushing them with olive oil or garlic butter before baking.
With all the flavors of a jalapeno popper in wonton form, these little bites are always a hit.
- I start by mixing cream cheese, shredded cheddar cheese, and diced jalapenos.
- Then, I put a spoonful of the mixture into the center of each wonton wrapper and fold up the edges.
- To finish, I deep fry them until they’re golden brown and crispy.
Pro Tip: If you don’t want to deep fry your wontons, you can bake them at 400 degrees for about 10 minutes.
20. Baked Cream Cheese Wonton’s
If you have some leftover cream cheese and wonton wrappers, this is a great recipe to try.
It’s simple, it’s fast, and it’s always a hit with my family.
- I like to use the cream cheese as a base, and then add in some shredded chicken, green onions, and garlic powder.
- Then, I bake them until they’re golden brown and crispy.
Pro Tip: If you want to get really creative with your wontons, try adding in some chopped bacon or crumbled up sausage.
21. Russian Pelmeni Dumplings Using Wonton Wrappers
I love Russian pelmeni dumplings with meat filling (my favorite is a mix of ground beef and pork), but you can really use any filling you like.
These dumplings are boiled and then served with a dollop of sour cream, so they’re perfect for a winter meal.
22. Chicken Won Tons
Here’s a super simple way to use up those won-ton wrappers – make chicken won tons!
You can either fry them or bake them, but I prefer to fry them because it results in a crispy exterior.
I like to fill mine with a mixture of shredded chicken, green onions, and garlic, but you can really put anything you want inside.
Pro Tip: If you’re not sure how to seal the won tons, wet your finger and run it along the edge of the wrapper. This will help the wrapper stick together so your filling doesn’t fall out.
23. Air Fryer, Mini Apple Pies in Wonton Wrappers
If you have been looking for one of the best and easiest recipes to make with wonton wrappers, look no further!
These air fryer, mini apple pies in wonton wrappers are not only delicious but also super simple to make.
I usually like to add a little bit of cinnamon and sugar to the filling, but you can really add any spices or toppings that you like.
Pro Tip: If you want your pies to be extra crispy, brush the wonton wrappers with a little bit of melted butter before adding the filling and baking.
24. Baked Pot Stickers with Dipping Sauce
Twisting these wonton wrappers like little candies is one of my favorite things to do in the kitchen.
I love how they get all crispy and golden brown in the oven, and the dipping sauce is just the right amount of sweet and tangy.
I usually like to make a big batch of these pot stickers and freeze them for busy weeknights.
Pro Tip: When you’re folding and twisting the wonton wrappers, make sure that they’re well-sealed so that the filling doesn’t leak out during baking.
This fun version is a spinoff of Philly cheesesteak, one of my all-time favorite sandwiches.
The beef is cooked with onions and peppers, then nestled into little wonton cups and topped with cheese.
They’re perfect for a party or game day, and can be made ahead of time.
Pro Tip: If you want to make these ahead of time, cook the beef mixture and assemble the cups. Then, cover and refrigerate until you’re ready to bake. When you’re ready to serve, preheat the oven and bake for 10-12 minutes, until the cheese is melted and bubbly.
Everyone needs a surefire grab-and-go appetizer in their back pocket, and these chicken chili wonton bites are mine.
I love how versatile they are – you can make them as spicy or as mild as you like, depending on the sauce you use.
And, they’re just as good at room temperature as they are hot out of the oven.
- To make these bites, I simply fill a wonton wrapper with my favorite chili recipe (I like to use a white chicken chili), brush the edges with water, and seal them shut.
- Then, I bake them at 400 degrees for about 15 minutes, or until they’re golden brown and crispy.
Pro Tip: If you’re short on time (or patience), you can also deep fry these wonton bites instead of baking them. Just be sure to keep an eye on them so they don’t get too dark.
Moderately crispy with a rich and creamy filling, these southwest egg rolls are a delicious appetizer or main course.
For this recipe, I like to fill them with a mixture of black beans, corn, chicken, and cheese, but you can really use any combination of ingredients that you like.
Pro Tip: If you’re short on time, you can pre-cook the filling ingredients before assembling the egg rolls. This will help them cook faster and prevent the wrappers from getting too soggy.
Korean wontons (also known as mandoo) are a delicious and easy way to get your Korean fix.
All you need are some wonton wrappers, ground beef, scallions, garlic, ginger, sesame oil, and soy sauce.
You can also add in kimchi for an extra zing.
I like to pan-fry my wontons until they’re nice and crispy, but you can also boil them if you prefer.
Pro Tip: If you’re short on time, you can buy pre-made dumpling or wonton wrappers at most Asian markets.
This is a super fun way to serve lasagna, and it’s perfect for portion control.
I like to use a combination of beef and pork in my filling, but you can use all beef or all pork if you prefer.
I also like to add some spinach to my filling for an extra nutrient boost.
These lasagnas can be assembled ahead of time and then frozen, so they’re great for meal prep.
Pro Tip: If you’re short on time, you can substitute pre-made marinara sauce for the homemade sauce in this recipe.
These crunchy cups are stuffed with a cheesy pork sausage filling (but you can use any kind of sausage you like).
They’re perfect for snacking, or as a party appetizer.
I usually make them with pre-made wonton wrappers, but you could also make your own if you’re feeling ambitious.
Pro Tip: If you’re using pre-made wonton wrappers, be sure to thaw them completely before using. Otherwise, they’ll be too brittle and will break when you try to fold them.
These are called “Star of the Party” tarts (or at least that’s what some call them) because they are always the first to disappear at any gathering.
They’re just so good!
And they’re so easy to make.
- Just fill wonton wrappers with a mixture of shredded smoked gouda, diced ham, and chives.
- Then bake until golden brown.
Pro Tip: If you want to get really creative, you can use different shaped wonton wrappers and fill them with all sorts of different things. Just have fun with it!
These appetizer cups are great for entertaining because they look impressive, but are actually super simple to make.
I like to use wonton wrappers because they’re easy to work with and give the cups a nice crispy texture.
The cranberry-pecan filling is sweet and savory, and the brie brings it all together.
Pro Tip: If you’re short on time, you can use pre-made cranberry sauce in place of the fresh cranberries.
This is a great “lite” meal or appetizer, and it’s so easy to make.
- I just mix ground turkey with some shredded veggies, green onions, ginger, and garlic.
- Then I put a spoonful of the mixture into the center of a wonton wrapper, wet the edges with water, and fold it over.
- Once they’re all wrapped up, I steamed them for about 10 minutes until they were cooked through.
Tip: If you’re making these ahead of time, you can freeze them before cooking. Just place them on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper and pop them in the freezer. Once they’re frozen solid, you can transfer them to a freezer bag. When you’re ready to cook them, just steam them for an extra few minutes.
With a little turkey, cream cheese, cranberry sauce and wonton wrappers, you can have a delicious Thanksgiving feast in under 30 minutes!
- I like to start by mixing the turkey and cream cheese together, then spooning a small amount into the center of each wonton.
- I top it with a little cranberry sauce, then fold up the wontons and brush them with an egg wash.
- A quick bake in the oven, and you’re done!
Pro Tip: If you want your wontons to be extra crispy, you can fry them instead of baking them. Just heat up some oil in a pan and cook until golden brown on all sides.
These bites always disappear so fast (even when I make a double batch)!
I love that they’re so easy to customize with whatever sausage you have on hand, and the wonton wrappers make them extra crispy.
My go-to method is to use a mini muffin tin, but you could also just place them on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper.
Pro Tip: If you’re using a regular size muffin tin, be sure to press the wonton wrappers into the cups so they don’t stick up.
East meets South and Tex-Mex for savory, flavorful Chinese taco (yes, that’s a thing).
Szechuan pork is cooked with aromatic spices, then wrapped in a wonton wrapper and fried until crispy.
I like to top mine with shredded lettuce, diced tomatoes, and a dollop of sour cream.
Pro Tip: You can usually find wonton wrappers near the tofu in the refrigerated section of your grocery store.
These appetizers, full of sausage, cilantro, ginger, and onion, are delicious on their own.
But, they’re even better when dipped in a soy reduction.
I like to make a big batch of these and then freeze them so that I always have them on hand for a quick and easy appetizer.
Pro Tip: If you’re short on time, you can use pre-made sausage instead of making your own.
Treat your company to this fun, simple, and elegant appetizer.
All you need is a package of wonton wrappers, some deli-sliced corned beef, sauerkraut, and thousand island dressing.
- First, preheat your oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Then, lay out the wonton wrappers on a flat surface.
- I like to put about a teaspoon of sauerkraut in the center of each wrapper, followed by a piece of corned beef, and then a small dollop of thousand island dressing.
- Once all the cups are assembled, bake them for 10-12 minutes or until golden brown.
Pro Tip: If you’re short on time, you can also fry these cups instead of baking them. Just heat up some oil in a pan and fry until golden brown.
Why not try these stuffed wonton cups with a Southwest-style chicken filling the next time you’re looking for a fun and easy appetizer?
All you need is a package of wonton wrappers, some cooked chicken, shredded cheese, diced tomatoes, and your favorite taco toppings.
I like to bake mine until the wonton cups are crispy, but you could also fry them if you’re feeling fancy.
Helpful Tip: If you’re not using all the wonton wrappers at once, seal them in a freezer bag so they don’t dry out.
40. Baked Spinach Artichoke Wonton Cups
Take creamy spinach dip to the next level with these easy baked wonton cups.
They’re perfect for a party appetizer, or a fun and easy weeknight dinner.
I like to use frozen spinach and jarred artichokes to save time, but you could definitely use fresh ingredients if you prefer.
Pro Tip: If you’re using frozen spinach, make sure to squeeze out as much water as possible before adding it to the mixture. Otherwise, your wonton cups will be soggy.
These easy cheesy Wonton Pizza Cups are fast, delicious and perfect for a party!
I love how creative you can get with wonton wrappers. You can use them to make all sorts of appetizers, like these pizza cups.
All you need is some pizza sauce, mozzarella cheese and your favorite toppings.
I like to add pepperoni or sausage, but you could also add veggies like mushrooms or onions.
Pro Tip: If you’re short on time, you can use pre-made pizza dough instead of wonton wrappers. Just roll it out into small circles, place in a mini muffin tin and bake according to the recipe instructions.
42. Crispy Cups with Green Chile Cheese
Made with a muffin tin, wonton wrappers, and delicious green chile dip, these crispy cups are the perfect party appetizer.
I love how easy they are to make, and how you can customize them to your liking.
The best part is that they can be made ahead of time, so all you have to do on the day of your event is pop them in the oven and enjoy!
Pro Tip: If you’re short on time, you can use store-bought green chile dip.
43. Cream Cheese Sausage Rotel Wonton Cups
In this recipe, crispy wonton cups are filled with a spicy sausage mixture and topped with melty cheese.
They make for a great appetizer or snack, and can easily be tailored to your liking.
I like to use hot sausage and Rotel diced tomatoes with green chilies, but you could use any kind of sausage and any kind of canned tomatoes.
Pro Tip: If you want to make these ahead of time, you can assemble the cups on a baking sheet and freeze them until solid. Then, just pop them in the oven when you’re ready to eat!
44. Sloppy Joe Wonton Cups Recipe
How about lightening up traditional Sloppy Joes without sacrificing flavor?
These Sloppy Joe cups are not only a unique way to serve the classic dish, but they’re also a fun finger food.
I love using wonton wrappers because they add a crispy element to the dish, and they’re easy to work with.
- To make these, simply brown your beef (or turkey) with some onions and garlic.
- Add in your favorite Sloppy Joe sauce, and let it simmer.
- Then, spoon the mixture into the wonton wrappers, top with shredded cheese, and bake until golden brown.
Pro Tip: If you want a little extra crunch in your cups, try adding chopped up pickles or green peppers to the filling before baking.
Green chilies can be spicy (just so you know). I would recommend using 1/2 of a small one for this recipe.
You can always add more, but you can’t take it away!
I also love using fresh sage in this recipe, but if you don’t have any on hand, dried sage will work just as well.
Pro Tip: If you want a little bit of extra crunch in your cheese cups, try adding some chopped-up bacon or pancetta to the mix!
This might be one of the best wonton wrapper recipes I’ve ever tried.
It’s so easy to make and the result is a crispy, cheesy, chicken-y enchilada cup that is just as good as anything you’d get at a restaurant.
I like to top mine with sour cream, but feel free to use your favorite toppings.
Pro Tip: If you want to make these ahead of time, you can assemble them and then freeze them before baking. Just add an extra 5 minutes to the bake time when you’re ready to eat them.
46 Best Wonton Wrapper Recipes
- 10 Minute Salted Wonton Crackers
- Wonton Wrapper Mozzarella Sticks
- Cranberry Brie Bites
- Crab Rangoon (Crab & Cream Cheese filled Wontons)
- Taco Cups Using Wonton Wrappers
- Wonton Ravioli Recipe
- Air Fryer, Stuffed Nutella Wontons
- Cinnamon Sugar Cups
- Banana Wonton Rolls
- Cinnamon Sugar Wonton Wrapper Crisps
- Peppered Wonton Crackers
- Air Fryer Pimento Cheese Wontons
- Sesame Chicken Wonton Cups
- Instant Pot Buffalo Chicken Cups Using (Wonton Wrapper Recipe)
- Garlicky Cream Cheese Wontons
- Cheesy Green Pepper Wonton Cups
- Pizza Wonton Crisps
- Berry Wonton Cups with Almond Butter and Nutella
- Jalapeno Popper Wontons
- Baked Cream Cheese Wonton's
- Russian Pelmeni Dumplings Using Wonton Wrappers
- Chicken Won Tons
- Air Fryer, Mini Apple Pies in Wonton Wrappers
- Baked Pot Stickers with Dipping Sauce
- Philly Cheesesteak Won Ton Cups
- Chicken Chili Wonton Bites
- Southwest Egg Rolls
- Korean Wontons
- Muffin-Tin Lasagnas
- Sausage Wonton Stars
- Smoked Gouda and Ham Appetizer Tarts
- Cranberry-Pecan Brie Cups
- Steamed Turkey Dumplings
- Thanksgiving Wontons
- Sausage Wonton Cups
- Szechuan Pork Tacos
- Wonton Pot Stickers with Soy Reduction
- Mini Reuben Cups
- Chicken Taco Cups
- Baked Spinach Artichoke Wonton Cups
- Pizza Wonton Cups
- Crispy Cups with Green Chile Cheese
- Cups with Sausage and Rotel
- Sloppy Joe Cups
- Peach, Green Chile and Sage Salsa Cheese Cups
- Cups with Chicken Enchilada
- Choose any of these recipes to use up your wonton wrappers.
- Prepare the ingredients according to the recipe.
- Enjoy in no time!