Won Ton Cups

This is a VERY simple thing you can do with extra won ton wrappers. I had leftover wrappers from when I was making some pork hash (they come in large packages) and wanted to use them up. I decided to just quickly cook them into a cute little cup for ice cream desserts. Once I made it, I had a bunch of ideas of what I could do with it, and hopefully I can do them in the future. I love making desserts, but of course I don’t always have time to do it. This goes well with just simple ice cream or you can put a fruit on the bottom and be creative with it. Me, I just keep it simple with vanilla ice cream and a drizzle of hot fudge.

Makes 16 shells


16 small won ton wrappers (square)

1 ½ tsp ground cinnamon

Pinch of nutmeg

¼ C Blue Agave (or honey can be used)


Pre heat the oven to 325°F

Mix cinnamon, agave, and nutmeg in a small bowl.

Using a cupcake pan, push one Won Ton wrapper into each slot folding it to form a cup.

With a pastry brush, brush each won ton wrapper with the cinnamon agave mixture and set aside. You should have enough to do a few more passes in basting the shells.

Place in the oven for about 10 minutes, basting at least once throughout the process. Take out the shells and check to see if they are crisp. If not, bake for another 5 minutes.

Once done, remove from molds and lightly brush the outside with the glaze and set aside to cool. Once cooled you can fill with your favorite ice cream, use a small spoon to fill the shell. This makes perfect bite size dessert pieces.

To store, place in an airtight container. It should keep for about a week before going really stale.


About eMarie

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