Delicious wontons without the mess and heaviness of frying.

I love wontons, rangoons, anything similar. I hate ordering them and finding a nearly empty shell. I also hate frying things at home and stinking up the house and making a mess.

This recipe provides a solution to create delicious wontons without the mess and empty wonton wrappers. Not to mention it is a healthier alternative to the traditional fried wonton and rangoon.

 We made these for the Super Bowl this year and they were a hit. The stuffing was extremely easy to make, and the wonton part is easy enough as well, just a little tedious.

You simply put a teaspoon of the filling in the middle of the wonton, dip your finger in egg, wet the edges, and fold them in an x shape manner and then bake! This is an extremely easy appetizer to make for a gathering of family and friends! Enjoy,


Yield: 24 Wontons

Oven Baked Italian Sausage Wontons

prep time: 20 MINScook time: 12 MINStotal time: 32 mins


  • 4 oz cream cheese
  • 1/2 pound Italian Sausage (around 3 sausages)
  • 1/2 an onion (diced)
  • 2 cloves minced garlic
  • 24 wonton wrappers
  • 1 egg beaten


  1. Place a pan or skillet over medium heat. Grease pan with oil or butter.
  2. Place sausages, onion, and minced garlic on heated and greased pan and cover. Let each side of sausage slightly blacken before turning to new side. 
  3. Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. 
  4. Once sausages are blackened on each side, and cooked all the way through, slice sausage and place into large mixing bowl with onion and garlic.
  5. Add cream cheese and blend ingredients with hand mixer until slightly chunky.
  6. Beat one egg and lay out wonton wrappers. Scoop one teaspoon of filling in middle of wonton wrapper, rub edges of wrapper with egg-dipped finger, and seal wonton in x shape fashion. 
  7. Bake on non stick baking sheet for 12 minutes or until golden brown.
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Ashton • Keaton • Mia

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Ashton and Keaton began blogging together in 2016 as a passion project. Both siblings are lovers of food, family gatherings, and entrepreneurial pursuits, which made starting a food blog together a no-brainer.