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Fried Strawberry Wonton Recipe

While I was making the Easy Vegetable Pot Stickers a couple of weeks ago, I started thinking about doing something with the remaining wonton wrappers and strawberries I had in the refrigerator.

So, I did and this is what happened!

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I think we will call them Fried Strawberry Wontons.  I’ve found a new love with these little Wonton Wrappers and I’ll probably be using these a ton in the near future.

These little wontons of goodness were incredibly easy to make and only requires a few ingredients with the most important being strawberries.  You’ll need to start by cutting the strawberries into small pieces so that you can easily wrap them with the wonton wrappers.

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Don’t those just make your mouth water?  I love me some strawberries, that’s for sure!  Lay out the wonton wrappers and you can begin wrapping.  I laid mine out on wax paper for easier clean up.

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You’ll need a small bowl of water to dip your finger into to seal the edges of the wonton.  See the top wonton up there — that’s what you want them to look like.  It’s really simple.  Just wet the edges of the wonton wrapper after you’ve put the strawberries on it and fold into a triangle.  Make sure to seal the edges really well by pinching them together.  Once that part is done, bring the two furthest points together and again, seal with just a dab of water and a little pressure.

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I fried mine in canola oil, but you could use vegetable oil if you’d like.  Don’t overcrowd the pan either because they like to stick together if they get too close.  Use a slotted spoon to keep the wontons moving so that they cook evenly.  It only takes a couple of minutes and once you get a nice golden color, they are ready to take out.  Sprinkle them with sugar (I used Splenda) and cinnamon and serve with Reddi-wip or something similar and enjoy!

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Fried Strawberry Wonton Recipe

Yield: 4
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 2 minutes
Total Time: 17 minutes


  • 16 Wonton wrappers
  • 4 Strawberries, cut into small pieces
  • Oil (canola or vegetable), amount depending on size of pan
  • 1/2 tsp Sugar or Splenda
  • 1/2 tsp Cinnamon
  • Dollop of Cool Whip or Reddi-wip


  • Cut up strawberries into small pieces that will easily fit into the wonton. Lay out wonton wrappers on wax paper and place a small amount of strawberries on the center of the wonton wrapper.
  • Get a small bowl of water and place where you will be working. Dip your finger into the water and line the edge of the wonton wrapper with water. Fold wonton wrapper into a triangle and seal the edges by pinching the edges together. Take the two furthest points and bring together and seal with another dab of water. Pinch tightly to get a good seal.
  • Heat oil to medium and gently place wontons into the hot oil. If you have a good sizzle, you know the oil is ready. Using a slotted spoon, keep the wontons moving so that they don't stick together and cook evenly. Once they are a nice golden brown (about 2-3 minutes), take them out with the slotted spoon and place on a few sheets of paper towels to help absorb the excess oil.
  • Sprinkle with sugar and cinnamon and serve with Cool Whip or Reddi-wip!
  • About Crystal

    Crystal Reagan, the owner and founder of SimplyBeingMommy.com lives in Small Town, Texas with her husband and 3 children. Crystal and her website have been featured on local and national news stations including Channel 2 Houston and ABC News. She has also appeared on BetterTV as a Mommy Expert for VTech.


    1. 1

      These look super good! Great idea…..

    2. 2

      Oh my goodness, YUM!!!

    3. 3

      Wow! These look so good! I love strawberries and Wontons so I will have to try this!

    4. 4

      Yummy. I love strawberries. I need to use wonton wrappers more.

    5. 5

      I love this idea soooooo much! I’ve never tried using wonton wrappers before!

    6. 6

      What a creative idea! These look sooo yummy!

    7. 7

      Question: Do the strawberries get mushy?

    8. 9

      I didn’t know you could fry strawberries!

    9. 10

      This is such a creative idea and they sound really good!

    10. 11

      Gosh, this looks SO good! Now I have to find that post about making gf wonton wrappers that I saw on another blog with this recipe to try and make these.

      MUST HAVE.

    11. 12

      What a unique idea! I’m gonna share this one. 🙂

    12. 13

      You had me at strawberries! Way to be creative with ingredients on hand!

    13. 14

      I made these last night, even made my own wonton wrappers. They were YUMMY!

    14. 15

      Fried strawberries? Sounds delicious, especially if it was drizzled with some Nutella.

    15. 16
      Ellen Parlee says:

      Great idea! This is the best time of year for strawberry recipes. If you are feeling adventurous, a visit to a pick your own strawberry farm is great fun for the whole family!

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