Snack cups

By apanda

  • This is a really fun recipe with endless possibilities!

  • wonton skins/wrappers

  • olive oil or butter flavored cooking spray.

  • Mini muffin pan

  1. Spray individual wonton skins on front and back with cooking spray and carefully place in mini muffin tin.

  2. Leave the excess skins sticking up above your tin.

  3. Bake in a 350 oven until light golden brown.

  4. Remove and cool.

  5. Fill your snack cups with a variety of fillings:

  6. Taco chicken or beef filling/lettuce/tomato/shredded cheese/FF sour cream/black olives for mini taco bites.

  7. Tuna or chicken salad/lettuce/tomato

  8. FF cream cheese and a dab of SF fruit spead.

  9. FF/SF whipped topping and SF instant pudding blended for a custard/mint leaf garnish.

  10. A teaspoon of SF/FF pie filling topped with SF/FF whipped topping.

  11. The filling ideas are endless!

Nutritional Facts

Four unfilled snack cups have 15 carbs.


4 replies

apanda 2008-11-05 08:31:39 -0600 Report

Gabby, I'm glad that you tried and liked them. I have also made them and dusted them with a mixture of cinnamon and splenda. They turn out like cinnamon toast. Then I fill them with a dollop of vanilla yogurt. I'll bet this would be good with your apple compote in them too! :) Thanks for the idea. They are also great filled with warm artichoke dip. Yummy!

GabbyPA 2008-11-04 18:01:33 -0600 Report

These are fun. I made several differnt things tonight. Pulled pork, butternut squash, and apple compote. Garnishes of slasa, sour cream and chili cheese for toppers. I put all these little cups in a big bowl and let everyone fill their own with whatever they wanted. Unfortunatly, they are addictive...I am sure I ate too many!

I had to bake mine for about 10-12 minutes to get the golden brown color.