Until recently, I never knew where you find wontons to cook. I really thought that you had to make your own dough. Really, I swear. But then I was passing along the frozen foods aisle (where the breakfast foods are) and you can find several varieties of wontons to make one of the incredible Wonton recipes.
Crispy Avocado Wontons by Spend with Pennies
I love everything about this recipe as I’m an avocado fanatic. Plus, if you enjoy fried avocado egg rolls you really have to try this recipe as it is a game changer!
Pepper Jelly Wontons by Atta Girl Says
If you love cream cheese, you have to make these pepper jelly wontons. I mean, isn’t cream cheese and pepper jelly a match made in heaven? Plus, this easy pepper jelly recipe is super easy. You won’t believe you can make this tasty recipe from scratch.
Buffalo Chicken Rangoon by Mom Foodie
Crab rangoons are so 2008, wouldn’t you agree? Make these buffalo chicken rangoon wontons instead. And I promise it will be cheaper. These are oven baked so no need to worry about deep frying. And they have a terrific tangy flavor.
Cream Cheese Wontons by Baking Beauty
Oh wait, scratch what I just said about crab rangoons, I still think they’re the bomb! I like that these can be baked or fried, your choice! I love that this recipe yields so many. This is perfect for a dinner party.
Thanksgiving Leftover Wontons by Wisconsin Mommy
Who isn’t trying to come up with a great way to use all those Thanksgiving leftovers, right? What’s so fun about this recipe is that you just put a little of everything into a pocket of this wonton and fry them up. How many meals can you just mush together ALL the leftovers (sweet and savory) and come out with this. The tangy cranberries mixes so well with the savory turkey.
Jalapeno Mexican Wontons by Mom Dot
For anyone who loves that mix of sweet and spicy, you have to make these Mexican wontons. You can make it as hot or as mild as you prefer based on how much jalapeno you put in the recipe. I prefer to feel that burn in my mouth. But you might want to tame it down if you are preparing these for a crowd. Either way, they’ll be a hit.
Crab Rangoon Dip with Wonton Chips by Love Bakes Good Cakes
So, if I’m being honest, I’m going to make this crab dip and scoop it into my mouth, whether I have a wonton chip or not. I am a crab lover through and through. Just know that you will have to spend a fair amount of time baking the chips, probably in batches so be sure to allow enough time for that.
Artichoke Wontons by Lydi Outloud
Okay if the crab or meat filled wontons are just not your thing, this is the vegan wonton recipe for you. I absolutely love artichokes and basil and if you do to, this will definitely be a go to party appetizer for you.
Cheesy Spinach Wontons by Kleinworth and Co.
Before you think I’d forget to include an Air Fryer recipe, I wanted to share this lovely recipe for wontons made in the Air Fryer. Okay, maybe it doesn’t hold the same appeal as those deep fried wontons, but it is still tasty and all that cheesy goodness counts for something, right?
Pork Fried Wontons by Atta Girl Says
Like pork dumplings? Then you’ll love these pork fried wontons. In fact in here recipe she declares “When I walk into a party with these, I’m the most popular person there.” I can believe it.
Crab Mushroom Wontons by Anyonita Nibbles
Mushrooms are full of vitamins and antioxidants and I love that it is basically the star of the show here. And since they are baked and not fried, it is better for you than some of the others on this list. Also, the recipe suggests imitation crab meat. I don’t recommend that at all. I’d go for the real deal as I don’t think we should be putting fake food into our bodies.
Avocado Crab Wontons by Savory Experiments
Imagine this as a crab rangoon on steroids. While the traditional rangoon is simply a crab mixture in a fried wonton, this recipe kicks it up a notch with the addition of AVOCADO! Avocado goes so well with seafood. But match it with crab and cream cheese, and you are ready for a flavor explosion. I can’t wait for you to try this!
Jalapeno Popper Wontons by Salty Side Dish
I think one of the best things about this recipe is that it is only four ingredients. I can’t believe that something that tastes so good has so few ingredients. But you will need to spend a bit of time filling and folding the wontons for this recipe so don’t get too excited about how quickly it is going to be on the table. It is worth it though.
Though these wonton recipes take time, they are so worth it as they taste delicious. And, you’ll be the hit of the party when you serve these!