Wontons filled with juicy peaches and baked to golden perfection. A dessert fit for summer that the whole family will love!
Dinner time has been incredibly easy to pull off lately.
I am a planner when it comes to our weekly meals and always take plenty of time to write my grocery list and meal plan come Sunday night. I never go a week without asking Adam if he needs anything or has a special dinner wish. To which he almost always replies: “Nah, just get the usual and keep making your yummy food”.
Super helpful. Even though I appreciate his sweet comment, I sometimes hope for a different answer. Because even though I’m a food blogger, I still need help thinking of new dinner ideas here and there. Something changed over the last couple of weeks though.
A couple of weeks ago I tried a new recipe for pot stickers, using wonton wrappers. My hubby has been hooked ever since and can’t get enough. I’ve been making them what seems like constantly to me (I get bored fast), but in reality we’ve had them only once a week. Adam would happily eat pot stickers every night if I’d make them.
His excitement for post stickers has inspired me to whip more recipes using those wonton wrappers. It always seems like I have a ton left over and besides creating something else Adam would love, I was also looking for a way to use them up.
Here ends the story of how Baked Peach Wontons came to be and where utterly deliciousness starts.
Not only is this a dessert that my hubby devours in no time, but it’s also become one of my faves since I adore peaches. Adore.
If you’re a fan of small bites and a light & easy dessert, you have definitely come to the right place.
As always, simple recipes are the best and this one is proof. You just can’t beat a satisfying dessert that only takes 5 ingredients and 3o minutes from start to finish. It’s a secret you can keep while your family and friends are impressed with what you’ve created.
And don’t forget the powdered sugar. Lots and lots of it. Make it rain, if you will. It makes for such a pretty and delicate presentation. And if you still don’t have enough, pull out the caramel sauce and give it a good drizzle. It’s what I do and you should, too ;).
Goodness, it’s almost embarrassing to admit how fast these yummies disappeared. Almost…. let’s just say we got our serving of fruit the day I made these.
They’re are just so good and could totally be filled with any kind of fruit you desire, by the way. Make them your own and fall in love with fruity wontons.
Hope you’re having a fabulous week, friends!
- 1 (10 ounce) package frozen peaches
- 1 tablespoon cornstarch
- 3 tablespoons brown sugar
- wonton wrappers
- 2 tablespoons unsalted butter, melted
- powdered sugar, optional
- caramel sauce, optional
- Preheat oven to 325 degrees F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
- 1. Cut frozen peaches into small chunks. Place in a medium bowl and toss with cornstarch and brown sugar. Set aside.
- 2. On your work surface, lay out wonton wrappers and fill a small bowl with water. Dip your finger into the water and wet the edges of the wonton wrapper (work on one at a time). Fill each center with about 1 tablespoon of peach filling and bring the corners together, forming pyramids. Place on the prepared baking sheet and repeat.
- 3. Brush each wonton with melted butter and place in the oven. Bake for 15-18 minutes or until the edges are slightly browned. Remove from the oven and immediately dust with powdered sugar, if desired. Drizzle with caramel sauce and serve with additional sauce for dipping. Enjoy!
- Wontons are best enjoyed on the same day.