Baked Wontons

We had left over asian chicken lettuce wrap filling from dinner last night, so I attempted my first try at making wontons. They were so fun and easy to put together, especially if the filling is already prepared. And since they were baked and not fried, they were the perfect healthy afternoon snack for my kids when they got home from camp. My husband enjoyed them as an appetizer before dinner with peanut sauce, too, after I made a second batch!

Baked Wontons

filling of your choice (any ground meat with flavorings you like works!)
wonton skins

Place wonton skins like a triangle on your counter. Put1 scant teaspoon of filling in the middle. Dip your finger in a bowl of water and wet two lower sides of wontons, then pull top down and press together to seal. Pull other two edges together and seal with a little more water on tip.

Spray pan with canola oil cooking spray and after putting wontons in pan, lightly spray top of wontons so that they crisp and brown in the oven. Bake at 400 for 10 minutes. Serve with peanut sauce, or dipping sauce of choice. Enjoy!

It was fun filling and folding the wontons!

 The wontons are on the foil, ready to bake

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