I have three words that are gonna rock your world.
Won Ton S’mores.
That’s right, Won Ton S’mores.
If you’ve never had them, run to the store and get the simple ingredients as fast as humanly possible to rectify the situation!
Are you heading to or hosting a Super Bowl Party this weekend? If so, you’ll be the MVP if you make a batch of these decadent little devils.
The wonderful folks at Nasoya recently gave me the opportunity to test out their Asian Style Wraps. Of course, the first thing that came to my mind was “how can I make dessert with these?”
Below, you’ll find the Won Ton S’mores recipe along with a few other tasty treats using Nasoya’s Won Ton and Egg Roll Wraps.
Place a miniature chocolate candy bar in the center of a Won Ton wrap.
Add mini-marshmallows. If you use more than three it’s almost impossible to get the wrap to seal.
Moisten the edges (use water or egg whites) and fold the corners into the center. Press all the edges together to seal. This is very important!
Heat oil in a heavy skillet on medium heat and fry for just a few seconds on each side until wrap is brown. Do not overcook! If you do, your marshmallows will disappear.
Drain on paper towels.
Yum! You can dust with powdered sugar before serving, if you wish.
Won Ton S’mores
1 package of Nasoya Won Ton Wraps
1 bag of miniature marshallows
1 bag of miniature chocolate bars
Place one chocolate bar in the center of a wrap then add three marshmallows. Using water or egg white, moisten the edges of the wrap. Fold the corners of the wrap up into the center and press edges to seal.
Add enough oil to coat the bottom of a heavy skillet and warm over medium-heat. When oil is hot, add S’more and fry on each side for just a few seconds, until lightly browned. Remove and drain grease on paper towel, then savor the crispy outside and deliciously gooey inside!
These are incredibly easy and unbelievably tasty. They’ll score a touchdown with all your football fans!
Four ingredients – that’s it!
Line a min-muffin pan with Won Ton wraps. Gently fold them into the cups.
Cook the sausage and drain, then mix with cream cheese and shredded colby-jack. Spoon into cups and bake at 350 degrees for about 8 minutes, until edges are brown.
1 package Nasoya Won Ton Wraps
1 pound sausage
8 ounces of cream cheese, softened
1 cup shredded colby-jack cheese
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Fry sausage and drain grease.
Mix sausage with cream cheese and shredded cheese. Set aside.
Line a mini-muffin pan with Won Ton wraps by gently folding a wrap into each muffin cup. Spoon sausage mixture into each wrap and bake for about eight minutes, until edges of the wrap are brown.
Bacon Cheeseburger Rolls
If you enjoy a good bacon cheeseburger, give these easy wraps a try. Full of great flavors, you won’t fumble by serving these to your hungry guests!
Brown the hamburger and drain, then mix with bacon and cheese.
Spoon filling onto an egg roll wrap. You’ll use about two tablespoons of filling.
Fold the wrapper (take one corner toward the middle, fold in the two side corners, then finish rolling. Moisten edges with water or egg white to seal.)
You can bake these in the oven at 400 for about eight minutes.
Or you can fry them for just a minute. Of course, we liked the flavor of the fried better than the baked!
Serve with ketchup or barbecue sauce… and don’t forget the pickles!
Bacon Cheeseburger Rolls
1 package of Nasoya Egg Roll Wraps
1 pound of hamburger
1 cup of bacon bits
1/2 cup shredded cheese
Season hamburger with your favorite seasonings and brown. Drain. Mix with bacon bits and cheese. Spoon about two tablespoons of meat mixture onto the center of an egg roll wrap in a rectangle. Fold the end of the wrap nearest you into the center. Fold in the two side edges, then roll the wrap, sealing the edges by moistening with water or egg whites (I used water, and it worked fine).
You can either bake or fry these.
If baking, preheat oven to 400 degrees and bake for about eight minutes or until edges start to brown.
If frying, heat oil in a heavy skillet over medium heat. Fry one side, then the other (takes about a minute total).
Serve with a side of ketchup or barbecue sauce for dipping.
It’s a guaranteed score with these little fruit pies!
Spoon a heaping teaspoon of filling onto a Won Ton wrap.
Top with a second wrap.
This step is really, really important. Moisten the edges of the wrap and fold them inward once. Then moisten the new edges and roll them inward.
Crimp the edges with a fork to seal. If you don’t get them sealed, the juice will explode out while you fry them. (Not that this happened to me.)
Fry them in oil in a heavy skillet over medium heat. It should take a minute (or less) to brown both sides.
Drain on paper towels.
Dust with powdered sugar and serve.
1 package of Won Ton Wraps
1 can of fruit pie filling
*Note – You can use any flavor of canned pie filling.
Spoon a heaping teaspoon of pie filling into the center of a Won Ton wrap. Top with a second wrap. Moisten the edges of the wraps and fold them inward. Moisten the new “edge” and fold it inward a second time. Using a fork, crimp the edges to make sure they are sealed.
Heat oil in a heavy skillet over medium heat. Fry each side for about 30 seconds, or until brown. Drain on paper towels. Dust with powdered sugar then stand back and watch them disappear!
Enjoy the Super Bowl and party safely!