Total Time
10mins
Prep 5 mins
Cook 5 mins

A yummy baked or fried treat.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Fill each won ton wrapper with 1/2 TBS fruit filling, Seal won ton with water.
  2. Fry in hot oil until brown (about 1-2 minutes on each side), or broil on a baking sheet that has been greased in oven 4 inches from heat source until lightly browned, flip and place under broiler again.
  3. Sprinkle with powdered sugar.

Reviews

(5)
Most Helpful

I was amazed how good these really tasted. My DD and her beau just loved them. I used apple and cranberry filling. They were so quick to cook too. I fried them in oil, but next time I would lower the heat just a bit so I could fry them longer. They didn't even get to 1 minute on each side and they could of used a bit more time. I used the whole pack of wrappers with the can of filling, which made 10 rolls. These definitely would taste great with any fruit filling. Delicious, thanks for the recipe Anme.

FrenchBunny January 18, 2009

These are so simple and so delicious. I had extra won ton wrappers after making some yummy crab rangoons, and decided to use them up with this recipe. I used sugar-free apple pie filling to make myself feel better for making a fried dessert ;-) I fried them, then flash froze them. I threw 12 in the oven after dinner for a party of 6 people. Sprinkled with a little powdered sugar, and boy, did everyone wish I had thawed the whole bag of 30! They were gone in a flash! Taste like an apple filled beignet.

Monkey28 June 25, 2008

These were great little (sort of) healthy snacks! I used small wonton wrappers (about 3"x3"), so I used less filling and they rolled up to just around bite-sized. I'm thinking this would be good with cherry filling and peach filling also. I will definitely have to try them again! Thanks Anme!

ksduffster May 10, 2007

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