23 Wonton Wrapper Recipes (Easy Appetizers)


These wonton wrapper recipes show how versatile these thin sheets of dough are!

From juicy pot stickers and dumplings to crunchy chips and rangoon, there’s nothing wonton wrappers can’t make.

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If you think the only thing wontons are the only thing you can make with wonton wrappers, think again!

Homemade Pot Stickers with Soy Sauce

You’d be amazed at the wide array of dishes you can whip up using this all-around ingredient.

If you’re looking for proof, look no further than this collection.

There are all sorts of recipes ranging from breakfast cups to cheese-stuffed bites.

Whether you like your wontons crispy fried or steamed, there’s a snack here for you.

So the next time you do a grocery run, don’t forget to grab a few (or a ton of) wonton wrappers!

There is no limit to what these guys can make, and these wonton wrapper recipes are here to inspire you.

These mini quiches are the perfect breakfast on the go.

They’re bite-sized, so you can pop them in your mouth easily, anywhere.

They’re wonton wrappers at the base, so they’re super crispy and delicious.

The egg filling is super creamy and filled with cheese, ham, and green onions.

You can customize them to your liking in case you don’t have these filling ingredients on hand.

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They’re easy to make ahead of time, too.

I like to make a batch of these at the beginning of the week and then reheat them for a quick and easy breakfast.

These wonton taquitos are a mash-up between the classic Mexican snack and the popular Filipino party appetizer, lumpiang Shanghai.

The result is an utterly addictive snack that you won’t be able to stop eating. Consider yourself warned.

These rolls are crunchy on the outside and filled with taco-seasoned ground beef.

Serve them up with salsa for an unforgettable Filipino-Mexican treat.

If you like crunchy things with cheese inside them (and who doesn’t), these cheese wontons have your name on them.

This golden crispy-fried snack with an ooey-gooey cheese center is simply irresistible.

The best part is the recipe comes with 3 variations, and they’re all finger-lickin’ delicious.

The first is filled with brie cheese, brown sugar, and walnuts, perfect if you like a sweet and salty dessert.

The second one is also filled with brie, but this time mixed with chopped green onion, for a peppery punch.

The third is a cheddar and string cheese wonton spiced up with jalapenos, for a decadent snack with a kick.

Personally, I’d go for all three.

There’s nothing quite like homemade wonton chips.

Whether you’re dipping them in your favorite sauce or just eating them plain, they always taste better than store-bought.

These crispy and crunchy bites are incredibly easy to make, and they’re the perfect way to use up any leftover wonton wrappers.

Plus, you get to pick how you want to flavor them!

Whether you like savory chips with garlic and sour cream or sweet ones with cinnamon and sugar, the choice is yours.

Few things are as delicious as a piping hot lobster Rangoon straight out of the fryer.

Crispy wonton wrappers are filled with a creamy mixture of lobster, cream cheese, and scallions.

Lobster Rangoon is another irresistible poppable treat.

While they may seem like exotic dishes, they’re actually quite easy to make at home.

Also, a fun fact: while they’re named after a Burmese city, the dish was invented here in the US!

While homemade is always best, this air fryer frozen crab rangoon also won’t disappoint.

Crispy golden and filled with sweet crab meat, this snack is undeniably tasty.

Plus, it’s fried in the air fryer, which means it’s a much healthier option!

Air fryers work by circulating hot air around the food, resulting in a crispy and evenly cooked dish, without the need for oil.

If you’re in the mood for something different, why not try a Korean twist on the classic pot stickers?

These pot stickers are filled with ground pork, water chestnuts, ginger, garlic, and green onions.

What gives them a Korean flair is the dipping sauce.

It’s a mix of soy sauce, rice vinegar, sesame oil, cloves, and gochugaru, a type of Korean chili powder.

It’s salty and umami-rich with a spicy kick.

Looking for a festive appetizer that will go well with your Mexican-themed get-together?

Look no further than these taco wonton cups!

These cups are crunchy and stuffed with a flavorful ground beef filling, melted cheese, and whatever other taco toppings you have on hand.

They can be served as-is, or with a side of sour cream or salsa. Either way, they are sure to be a hit with your guests.

Can’t get enough of those crunchy wonton cups? Here’s another one for ya!

Filled with shredded chicken, melty cheese, salsa, black olives, and sour cream, these are the perfect nacho bite.

Unlike traditional nachos, here, you’ll get to enjoy every single topping in the same bite.

Plus, they’re perfect for any occasion, whether you’re hosting a party or just want a quick and easy meal.

Calling all cream cheese addicts, these wonton cups are for you.

Crunchy on the outside and rich and creamy on the inside, these cups are simply divine.

They’re always a hit with everyone, even the pickiest eaters.

Plus, they can be made in advance.

If you’re serving these at a party, you have all the time to mingle with your guests instead of being stuck in the kitchen.

Football season is in full swing, and that means it’s time for game-day appetizers!

If you’re looking for something other than the usual wings and nachos, try these jalapeno popper wontons.

They’re overloaded with cream cheese, cheddar, sour cream, bacon, and jalapenos.

These cups literally taste like jalapeno poppers stuffed in a crunchy wonton shell.

Serve with a dollop of sour cream on top, and watch them disappear in seconds.

Want a tasty and healthy snack to make for movie day? Say hello to these baked buffalo chicken wonton cups.

These crispy morsels are packed with flavor, thanks to buffalo chicken, shredded cheese, Greek yogurt, and crumbled blue cheese.

And because they’re baked instead of fried, they’re a lighter option than traditional wonton cups.

These sausage wonton bites are the perfect party appetizer! They’re easy to make, and they’re always a hit with guests.

Made with pork sausage, Colby cheese, onions, peppers, and ranch dressing, these cups are scrumptious with a capital S.

These 5-ingredient wonton cups are another ideal appetizer for your next get-together.

They’re filled with a mix of artichoke hearts, spinach, ranch dressing, and cream cheese.

They have the perfect balance of crunchy, creamy, and cheesy, making them a certified show-stopper.

Serve with a dollop of ranch dressing or your favorite dipping sauce and let the party begin!

Want to sneak vegetables into your kids’ diet? These pork egg roll cups are calling your name.

Filled with ground pork sausage and vegetable slaw, these cups are delectable yet secretly healthy.

Plus, the crispy wonton cups make the perfect vessel for holding in all that deliciousness.

Be sure to have extra napkins on hand, because these little guys can get a little messy. But that’s all part of the fun, right?

Hosting a fancy dinner party can be a lot of work, but it doesn’t have to be stressful.

One way to take some of the pressure off is to serve appetizers that are mouthwatering yet easy to make.

These gorgeous wonton bites are a perfect example.

Crunchy wonton triangles are topped with fresh peaches, goat cheese, and a sweet balsamic reduction.

These morsels combine sweet, savory, and tangy flavors all in one amazing bite.

So go ahead and give them a try. Your guests will be glad you did!

Stuffed with tomatoes, basil, and stringy mozzarella, these wonton bites are packed with the delicious flavors of the popular Italian salad.

They’re crunchy, juicy, and ooey-gooey.

These bites are a wonderful balance of rich and refreshing flavors. The playful textures also make them such a fun treat.

These wontons are so addictive they’re just like crack, hence the name.

They’re filled with a glorious mix of chicken, cheese, bacon, and seasonings.

These crunchy, creamy, and cheesy wontons are the epitome of party appetizers.

What’s not to love? They’re pizza toppings stuffed in crispy wonton cups!

Anyone who’s ever had to choose between pizza and egg rolls knows the struggle is real.

But why not have the best of both worlds with this super-easy recipe?

The best part is you can get creative with the toppings. I love mine with pepperoni, sausage, and lots of cheese.

Move over, regular pizza, there’s a new kid in town!

If you’re in the mood for something a little different than your usual pizza night, mix things up with these delicious pizza rolls.

Made with wonton wrappers and your favorite pizza toppings, they can be customized to suit any taste.

Best of all, they only take a few minutes to make. Just assemble the rolls, bake them until golden brown, and enjoy!

Serve them with additional pizza sauce for dipping and dig in!

The name of this next recipe alone is already making me drool.

I mean, it’s a Philly cheesesteak in a wonton cup, so how could I not?

If you’re craving the classic sandwich but don’t want all the fuss, these bite-sized treats are the perfect solution.

Savory beef, peppers, and onions are nestled in bite-sized wonton wrappers and topped with melted cheese.

They’re just as delicious as the classic sandwich, but a lot easier to make.

These easy taco cups are an excellent vegan appetizer.

First of all, they’re so colorful and mouthwatering that you won’t even notice they’re vegan.

They’re also just as delicious as all the other meat-filled appetizers featured in this collection.

Filled with vegan beef crumbles, fire-roasted tomatoes, vegan cheese, sour cream, and onions, everybody will love these flavorful little bites!

These taco cups can be served as is, or with a side of guacamole or sour cream.

Capping things off are these delectable wonton egg cups, which are a great way to make breakfast fun.

All you need is a package of wonton wrappers, some eggs, and your favorite breakfast fillings.

Pop them in the oven and breakfast is served.

Wonton Wrapper Recipes

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