2.28.2012

game changer.

WONTONS. i'm a little obsessed with this game changer...they are so versatile and have very little calories and fat. 


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a few weeks ago i made leslie's mexican wontons and substituted ranch dressing for yogurt + ranch seasoning and sausage for low fat ground turkey.

last weekend i whipped up some spinach and feta quiche cups

and this past sunday i made buffalo chicken roll-ups::
mix canned chicken, plain non-fat yogurt, shredded cheese, taco seasoning, franks hot sauce, diced onions - wrap in wontons and bake until crispy! easy beasy right?!
are you a wonton fan?! 
what's your favorite recipe?
xo, 
jillian

50 comments:

  1. YUM I love all of your ideas, they all sound delicious!

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  2. bahahaha should I even answer that question? ;) You know the answer!!!!! They're all I make! I just came up with mini cheeseburger and veggie burger ones that have my friends freaking banging down the door for lunch. lol! def a game changer

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  3. These sound so delish! I've never tried to make my own before.

    From Brooklyn with love,

    Jen

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  4. HOLY CRAP. These all sound amazing. Mozzarella sticks in wonton paper? lasagna wontons? NEVER could've imagined. I want to make all of these!

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  5. seriously? who knew! i'm definitely going to try to track down wonton wrappers now! :)

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  6. Yum! I've used wontons to make homemade ravioli! I used this recipe from Giada.

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  7. You are on a roll. Speaking of rolls - you NEED to make the all veggie Southwestern egg rolls I made for the super bowl. All the Mexican flavors you love in one low calorie wrapper. I can't get enough of these either!
    http://www.dailydishblog.com/2012/02/southwestern-egg-rolls.html

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  8. Also... this just inspired me to finally join Pinterest. Thanks a lot. Haha.

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  9. I am a huge won-ton fan!!! Those strawberry and nutella ones sound amazing! XO brynn

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  10. For a savory wanton I'd definitely test out a breakfast wonton-eggs, cheddar, chives, bacon, oh my. As a sweet wonton, I'd go with s'mores all the way.

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  11. YUM! These all look so delicious! I'm a fan!

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  12. I have been meaning to do something with wonton wrappers. I'm putting them on my shopping list and going to try some of these out. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  13. & now i am positively starved at 10am! looooooove anything wonton!!! xo

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  14. I am most definitely a wonton fan! I love them. These look absolutely delish!

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  15. yum! this is making me want to run out and make all of these recipes! i love wontons but have never made them at home before... love the idea of substituting with yogurt to make it healthier!

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  16. I have been wanting to do something with wonton wrappers for a while but never got around to it! Where do you find them in the grocery store? I never stumble across them

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  17. These look delicious- definitely trying them ASAP!

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  18. You've just inspired me to make my favorite dessert again: deep fried banana wonton pot stickers. My Fave!

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  19. I need to get in on the wontons! They pack such a punch!

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  20. I love them! I would eat them like candy if I could!

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  21. I'm a total wonton fan. Love it in a soup. xoxo
    http://www.hellohellofriday.com/

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  22. Mmmm these look delish! Must try a recipe for them soon!

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  23. Mmmm these look delish! Must try a recipe for them soon!

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  24. Oh my god... my mouth is watering! These look heavenly!

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  25. Oh yum. I love making wontons too, but I usually stick to crab and cream cheese, deep fried and with sweet chili sauce. Not as healthy as these ;)

    xoxo,
    Joelle

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  26. YUM! I definitely want to try the buffalo wraps!! Sounds so easy!

    http://dailydoseoframblings.blogspot.com

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  27. yum! i love wontons, but never made them before. these look delish! xo

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  28. Yumm i love lr's mexican wontons and dumplings!

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  29. oh, now that's all i want to eat!

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  30. Definitely a wonton fan. I've even used them to make ravioli. They're nice and light compared to traditional pasta.

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  31. i love wontons! perfect for a meal or a snack!

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  32. Buffalo Chicken roll ups?! Wowza! Im in

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  33. This post made me seriously hungry!

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  34. everything looks soooooo good!

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  35. I love wontons...not only cause I'm asian, but because they're totally delicious. Although there's a lot of hand work that goes into it so I always admire those who have the patience to do it.

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  36. If I wasn't hungry before, I would be now...YUM!

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  37. I am a huge wonton fan, HUGE! My mom makes her special egg rolls that she's made my entire life & we wrap them in not one but two wonton wrappers... that's how much we love them! :)

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  38. These look amazing! I'm suddenly starving now!

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  39. Love wontons!! These look so good! Can't wait to hear how the strawberry and nutella wontons turn out! YUM-O!

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  40. Oh yum, yum, yum! I love wontons. All the ones you made sound delicious!

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  41. Strawberry and nutella? Who knew you could do so much with a wonton wrapper!

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  42. Never tried to make wontons before but always love them when I eat them elsewhere! I think I'll have to try to make some now!

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  43. I made the barbecue chicken version of the Can You Stay for Dinner recipe for New Year's Eve party—amazing, and such a quick, easy, delicious recipe for a crowd! I will have to check out the other links you shared. I agree that wontons are easy, low in calories, and delicious. Yum.

    Jess // Curating Style

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  44. Ooh, girl, my favorite wontons are the ones my momma makes :) She makes the BEST wontons this side of ever!

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  45. Glad you liked the buffalo chicken recipe...I used the crescent rolls for that one instead SO good. Won Ton's are healthy though and so easy! I'm looking forward to trying the quiche cups...thanks girlie!

    xoxo from Trinidad

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  46. These look SO yummy! I love wontons...they are the most delicious thing ever :)

    I really want to try the buffalo chicken recipe - it sounds amazing!

    xxx
    Jenna

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  47. I did buy some wonton wrappers I meant to use for a party appetizer that I didn't end up doing....so I still need to use them. Love your ideas!! They all look so delish.

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  48. I use wontons when making homemade ravioli - it is so simple!

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  49. i LOVE steamed dumplings! i actually first learned to make them with my chinese professor in college.

    http://lachapstickfanatique.blogspot.com

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