Baked Chinese Crab Rangoon

"These delicious Chinese treats lack the normal MSG and are not deep fried like most rangoons are. They are a much healthier version. Try them, you'll love it."
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Ready In:
1 ragoon




  • Mix cream cheese, onions, crab, and sugar together in a bowl.
  • Put about one TBSP of the mixture into the middle of a won ton wrapper and fold the wrapper up around the cream cheese mixture. (Folding doesn't matter as long as the wrapper is around the cream cheese mix).
  • Continue to do this until the all the cream cheese mixtures is used and then put them on a slightly greased baking sheet.
  • Bake at 350F for about 12 minutes or until the corners of the won ton wrappers turn brown. I always check them at about 8 and 10 minutes or so, just to make sure.
  • Should make about 15 or so.
  • Happy Baking!

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  1. i'll definitely be making these again - i'll cut the sugar down to 1 Tbsp. next time, because they were still too sweet at 1 1/2, but, other than's almost dead on to the chinese restaurants i used to find these at
  2. Very tasty! Used maybe 1 1/2 T. sugar instead of 2. Tasted close to what a restaurant would have.
  3. These are very good! I would also recommend spraying a bit more heavily to discourage sticking to the pan. The flavor is almost right-on to restaurants. You can taste the more healthy part, but still such a wonderful mix. They were bubbly and a little crunchy and I really enjoyed them.
  4. So much healthier than from the restaurant and just as tasty. I've made these a few times. The hardest part was finding wonton wrappers at my local grocery store. I wrapped them up to the center and into triangles and both were fine. They do stick to the pan so I would recommend spraying the pan as well as the rangoon with cooking spray before cooking.
  5. Wow!! I have been eating healthier over the past year, and I have been really missing my chinese food. Yesterday I decided to try my hand at a few healthier options! These were SO yummy, even the kids were fighting over them. The filling was almost exactly like the restaurant we frequent (I did reduce the sugar to about 1 1/2 tbsp). thank you waffles, for this fabulous healthier option!!


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