These tasty little things can pass as a chip or a cracker. Either way try them. These are super fast and easy to put together. These would be perfect for a Valentine’s Day lunchbox or as part of a cheese or charcuterie board to have with wine. You can change up the shape to suit whatever occasion you are celebrating.
Take a package of wonton wrappers and use a cookies cutter to cut out the shapes you want to use.
Place the shapes on a parchment lined baking sheet and brush with pesto and just a very light sprinkle of salt.
Bake in a 350F oven for about 8 minutes, until golden at the edges.
Let cool completely before storing in an airtight container. Lasts for a few days, but ours did not last to make it into a container.
As you can see, we tried a few tree shapes that we could use for Christmas and pumpkins for Halloween.
One note about the pesto, if you are putting in a lunchbox check the pesto for nuts. Both pesto types that I bought contained nuts. Our school is nut free so I couldn’t put them in the lunchbox. I have to find a nut free commercial pesto or make my own.
You could also just brush them with a little olive oil and sprinkle of salt to make a plain cracker-chip. That is how I will use the rest of my wontons for the valentines lunchbox.
Very cool idea!
these look so cute and must be delicious. 🙂
Oh wow! I have to try that!
What a great idea – I will have to try these…