If you are looking for a quick and easy snack, these wonton chips are for you! These homemade chips are baked in the oven and you can customize them with your favorite seasonings.
Wonton Chips Recipe
I often have a pack of wonton wrappers in the back of my cupboard – if you’re the same, this is a great way to utilize them!
These perfectly crunchy wonton chips are so quick and easy to make, you are going to love them!
How To Make Wonton Chips
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Prep: Pre heat the oven and line baking sheets with parchment. Cut the wonton wrappers.
Make: Lay the cut wonton wrappers on the baking sheets, brush both sides with oil and sprinkle with salt.
Bake: Bake the chips for 5 minutes before rotating the baking sheets and cooking for another 5 to 10 minutes.
To serve: Let cool completely before serving or storing.
What do you serve them with?
These chips are perfect by them self, but, as with all chips, they are even better when served up with your favorite dips. Try them with:
- Queso Cheese Dip
- Baked Spinach Artichoke Dip
- Buffalo Chicken Dip
- Warm Crab Artichoke Dip
- Salsa Verde
- Crab Rangoon Dip
- Hot Shrimp Dip
Can you make these ahead of time?
Be sure to make a big batch ( or two or three!) of these wonton chips as they do keep really well. Once they have cooled completely, transfer them to an airtight container and they will keep well at room temperature for up to a week.
These chips are a great healthier alternative to store bought chips.
Make Them Your Own!
I like to sprinkle sea salt flakes over the chips before baking, but you can use all your favorite seasonings to make these chips pop with flavor. Try them with:
- Lemon juice
- Cracked black pepper
- Seasoned salt
- Ranch seasoning
- Taco seasoning
- Pre-heat the oven so that the wonton chips get nice and crispy.
- Don’t use too much oil on the wontons. They just need to be lightly coated or they can become soggy.
- Be sure to rotate the baking sheets half way through cooking. This ensure that the all cook evenly.
- Let the wonton chips cool completely before serving or storing.
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I have never seen shelf stable wonton wrappers. May I ask what brand you get? I would love to have some on hand.
Sorry for the ‘I’ message earlier.
Once cooked, can be left out!
I am going to try these with my new favorite appetizer, spicy poke nachos which we enjoyed at a restaurant on Maui. Basically it is poke (marinated ahi tuna) dumped on top of chips and drizzled with cream, sriracha, sesame seeds and sliced green onion. You are welcome 😋😁
Thanks for sharing, Julie!
Timing is way off mine burnt within 3 mins after switching the pans. Otherwise I’m sure they would be good.
I am sorry it didn’t quite work out for you!
This happened to me, too. I think it may go faster/ slower based on how much spray is on them, which is hard to measure. Next time I kept a very close eye on them an vs they worked great
I used my Pampered Chef oil sprayer rather than brushing. I also sprayed the parchment so I didn’t have to flip and oil both sides. They turned out great!
What a great recommendation!!