My son had his friend, Esme, over for a playdate.  I had some won ton wrappers left over from my failed attempt at making potstickers for my son’s Chinese New Year party at school.  I was a bit hungry and was craving something crispy and sweet and I figured that it would be possible to make chips with the won ton wrappers.

I preheated the oven to 350 degrees.  We cut the won ton wrappers into heart shapes with a cookie cutter.

Then, I sprayed Pam on a non stick cookie sheet, placed the won ton wrappers on the cookie sheet, and then sprayed Pam on the won ton wrappers.

They baked for about 3 minutes — until they were golden brown around the edges.

I then sprinkled the hearts with a mixture of cinnamon and sugar.  I also baked the edges in the oven and sprinkled cinnamon sugar on them.

The edges turned out to be our favorite.  But, they did like the hearts enough to insist of bringing them to soccer.  And, then they ate all of them as soon as we got to class.

We decided we liked the edges better then the hearts.  But, the hearts are nice for Valentine’s Day or to garnish an ice cream sundae.  You could also make these salty by adding salt or soy sauce as soon as they come out of the oven.  Make sure you check on them after 3 minutes in the oven — these treats bake fast.

Won Ton Wrapper Chips with Cinnamon Sugar


1 package (or whatever you have) of won ton wrappers

Pam or similar cooking spray

1/4 cup of sugar

1 1/2 tablespoons of cinnamon

1.  Preheat oven to 350 degrees.  Spray Pam on a nonstick cookie sheet.  Cut won ton wrappers into desired shapes or tear into strips.

2.  Place formed won ton wrappers on cooking sheet.  Bake for 3 minutes.  Check to see if they are golden brown around the edges.  If not ready put back in oven and check every 30 seconds until done.

3.  Thoroughly mix sugar and cinnamon in a small bowl.  Sprinkle sugar/cinnamon mixture on won ton wrappers as soon as they come out of the oven.  Let cool for a few minutes.