I love apple pie…I mean, really…who doesn’t? If you love apple pie, then I’m confident you will LOVE these Apple Pie Stuffed WonTons! All the yumminess of apple pie, in a bite-sized crispy treat!
Late last summer I went apple-picking for the very first time. I had apples coming out my ears after doing so, but was ecstatic to fill my freezer with apples, to make dehydrated apple chips (yum), bake pies for friends, and experiment a little with some recipe ideas. These apple pie stuffed won tons were another fun experiment!
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This recipe is one of the ideas I had, using some of the amazing apples I picked, (which were Gravenstein apples, by the way). I’d never even heard of or tried Gravenstein apples before, but… I’m not kidding, they were the best baking apples ever! (similar to a Granny Smith).
I can hardly wait to go again this year and pick a bunch more! Counting the days until the farm opens for apple-picking!
See? Here I am with the apples I just picked at a local U-Pick Orchard. I’ve got BIG plans for these Gravenstein apples!
I’ve used them to make a Dutch Crumb Apple Pie, an Apple Shortbread Tart, Apple Butter, Apple Crumb Muffins, Mom’s Apple Cake, and Mini Apple Crisps, to name a few.
Are Apple Pie Stuffed Won Tons Difficult To Make?
The recipe is fairly straight forward and simple. Won tons are lightly “stuffed” with a fresh apple pie type-mixture, then fried quickly in hot oil, dusted with powdered sugar and garnished.
Here they are, hot out of the skillet, and lightly dusted with powdered sugar. Now the apple pie stuffed won tons are about to get “prettied up”!
Garnish The Apple Pie Stuffed Won Tons To Serve
Anyway… this is a really delicious and easy recipe (it sounds harder than it really is). The dessert also look very appealing when you “pretty the apple pie stuffed won tons up”.
You can do this with some caramel sauce and a scoop of vanilla ice cream, and a fresh sprig of mint! YUM… they are soooo good!
*FYI – Here’s an important tip, just so ya know… they are best if you serve them warm, right after cooking. If you try to save them for another day, they lose a lot of their crispiness. If you like apple desserts, be sure to check out my recipes for Dutch Crumb Apple Pie, Apple Cobbler, and Apple Shortbread Tart…YUM!
Your family or dinner guests will love this dessert. It is simple in nature, but looks fabulous on the plate! I’m confident you will enjoy this sweet treat. Hope you will give it a try!
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↓↓ PRINTABLE RECIPE BELOW ↓↓
- 3 green apples (Gravenstein, Granny Smith), peeled and finely chopped
- 2 Tablespoons water
- 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
- 1/4 cup granulated sugar
- 1 teaspoon butter
- 12 WonTon wrappers (found in most grocery stores)
- 2 cups Vegetable oil (enough to cover bottom of non-stick skillet with 1 inch of oil - about 2 cups)
- 2 Tablespoons powdered sugar (sifted, for garnish)
- Caramel Sauce (optional, but great served with the wontons)
- Vanilla ice cream (optional, but great served on the side)
- Mint sprigs (optional, but makes finished dessert look "pretty")
- To Make Filling: Put the chopped apples, water, cinnamon, sugar and butter in a medium saucepan. Cook on medium heat, stirring occasionally, until the apples have become soft, and the mixture is thick and bubbly. (this usually takes about 5-6 minutes). Remove from heat and let mixture cool.
- To assemble and cook WonTons: Remove a WonTon from wrapper carefully. Place on flat work surface, with corner point facing you (diamond shaped). Place approx. one Tablespoon of apple mixture into the center of the WonTon. Be sure to keep the edges of the WonTon wrapper free of apple filling, so the edges will seal.
- Using a pastry brush (or your fingers), lightly brush the edges of the WonTon with water (the water helps the edges to adhere to each other), pull half of the WonTon over the apple pie filling, and lightly crimp edges together (with the tines of a fork) to seal. Important! Make sure the edges are sealed... or the filling will spill out when you cook them!
- Heat oil to 375 degrees in a non-stick or electric skillet. When oil has reached temperature, carefully (HOT OIL!) place 3 or 4 WonTons at a time into the skillet. Fry for about a minute, or until the WonTon is golden brown, the carefully flip to the other side and cook until golden brown. When done, remove them to paper towels. Repeat process with remaining WonTons.
- Sift powdered sugar lightly over tops of warm WonTons.
- To serve finished WonTons: Drizzle caramel sauce onto individual serving plates. Place 3 WonTons on top of the caramel sauce. Garnish with a sprig of mint, and a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Enjoy!
Calories do not include the oil that is used to fry won tons.
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