During the holly jolly months of November and December, we enter the fabulous season of crunch and munch.
My holly jolly wonton chips will provide a dipping good time with a great crunchy texture and so many different flavor options!
Holly Jolly Wonton Chips for a Dipping Good Time!
The best part about enjoying a dipping good time is that the wonton chips have a bit of heft to them when crafted like a kettle chip.
Better yet, you can make the chips flat, folded, layered, seasoned, unseasoned, salted, peppered, oiled, and the list just goes on and on!
The time to prep these chips is minimal and you can make them as needed or make them and store them ahead in an air-tight container!
The DIP You’ll Love for a dipping good time!
For those that have not tried my dip, which you see pictured above, you’ll definitely want to add this to your appetizer portfolio for any holiday party, football celebration, or event.
A while back. when I was perfecting my Chef skills in my restaurant, I used this recipe as a side all the time.
In fact, if I did not offer these as a side option my clients got very upset.
Warning, holly jolly wonton chips are totally addicting and really crunchy.
Recreate the recipe to fit your taste!
Now, it’s time to make these every so simple Holly Jolly Wonton Chips for a Dipping Good Time!
Don’t worry, you know that I only share recipes that are easy to recreate and taste great and this hits both of those marks.
Set your oven to bake, grab your camera (I mean you do want to show the world on IG that you made these), and let’s make wonton chips!
Holly Jolly Wonton Chips & Seasoning
What are these and how do you flavor them?
Simply put, wontons become chips when baked.
Every and any spice tastes great on them and the seasoning options are only as limited as your stock of spices!
In fact, as I mentioned earlier, I turned wonton chips into dipping crisps and there’s been no turning back.
Pita chips don’t even come close to the crazy good crunch that a wonton chip offers.
I’d dare say these are better than pita chips, lighter, and airier and pack a better crunch.
Even simply adding parmesan cheese to the chips makes them awesome.
Just always consider what you might want to DIP them in then key the flavor around that!
So pretty much, for this recipe, you will need a full package of wonton wrappers.
I also suggest a silicone baking mat which makes cleanup easier.
Of course, I often use parchment paper as well, because for that it is simply ripping it, baking on it, and tossing it!
Either way, don’t just place these on a pan or you will have a lot of clean-up you don’t want to have.
Make-Ahead In Batches
So let’s talk about making these ahead of time, do exactly that!
Make a double batch because I can assure you that if you eat one, you will eat more.
Then, when your family discovers these crunch-tasty treats, they will be eating your stash.
Create these for your parties.
The TIP for a dipping good time!
Now, here’s another tip, store them in an air-tight container or don’t.
Yep, either way is cool.
If in an airtight container they do lose a bit of their crunch but left untended they also tend to go stale?
We’ve even used zipper FREEZER plastic bags for the short term.
Flavoring The Wonton Again
Yes, I know I have covered this, but I can’t rave enough about these simple chips and all the ways you can flavor them.
Here’s about all you need to know, if there is a flavor you love, you can create it on these.
Flavor limits are endless so sprinkle, shake, top, brush, baste, bake, then crunch and munch!
Plus did I mention that a package of these can be cut in half instead of making them whole and all for under $4?
Crazy great price, fresh eats, party-perfect, and any flavor you can dream up!
These holly jolly wonton crisps may be the best little snack you never knew about!
Have a dipping good time with the recipe below
Holly Jolly Wonton Chips
- Preheat oven to 400° F.
- Open Won Ton Wraps and fold each into a triangle. (Alternatively, you could cut in 1/2 to double the recipe and then follow every step as follows)
- Stack triangle to triangle on the tray to create a square.
- Continue this until the tray is filled.
- I generally get about 3-4 across a row.
- Stack these tight, they do not spread when baking. Use all the tray space you can.
- Once all triangles are made, dip the pastry brush into the olive oil and brush each Wonton wrapper.
- Continuing this process until all wrappers are lightly coated with olive oil.
- Next, sprinkle a tray of olive oil brushed wrappers with BBQ Powder.
- Sprinkle another tray with Garlic & Herb
- Prepare another tray sprinkling it with Everything But The Bagel Seasoning.
- If you are making parmesan pepper, only sprinkle with the pepper (when the wonton wrapper is one baking then coat immediately after pulling out of the oven with parmesan cheese. )
- Place in preheated oven and bake only until golden brown.
- Generally, this is at the 5-minute marker. (oven temps vary so learn yours)
- Chips will have a nice ‘sheen’ to them.
- Do not allow these to go beyond Golden Brown or they are burned.
- Allow the chips to cool on the tray.
- Then distribute to serving containers or packages once cooled.
- Dip these chips into your favorite spreads or eat plain.
- They are so delicious.