Fruit-filled breakfast wontons
These nutty, fruity wontons are surprisingly easy to make and will be snapped up by those with a sweet tooth. Wonton wrappers are often found in the fresh produce section of grocery stores, next to boxed herbs and salads. These inventive little treats are ready in only a few quick minutes, and will keep for up to 2 days. Since they're a favorite of kids, have the whole family join in their making. Filling and sealing them is fun, and the DIY aspect makes indulging in these golden snack dumplings even more satisfying. Serve them alongside one of our fruit sauces or sweet chocolate drizzles for dipping.
Golden seedless raisins
4 halves, cut into pieces, cut in half
Packed brown sugar
- Preheat the oven to 400°F; line a baking sheet with foil and spray with nonstick spray. Bring a large pot of water to a simmer.
- Place the wonton skins on a work surface; moisten the edges with water. Place a few raisins and one-quarter walnut in the center of each wonton skin; fold the wontons in half diagonally, pressing the edges to seal tightly.
- Place the wontons in the simmering water for about 1 minute. With a slotted spoon, transfer the wontons to paper towels to drain. Arrange the wontons on the baking sheet. Combine the brown sugar and cinnamon in a bowl and sprinkle over the wontons. Bake until the wontons are lightly browned and crisp, 8–10 minutes.
Try making wontons the night before.This recipe first appeared in Best of Weight Watchers Volume 1 and is used here with permission.