Air Fryer Raspberry Wontons

Air Fryer Raspberry Wontons– these are so good. With only two ingredients, you can create the perfect dessert for your entire family. Today, I filled them with raspberry filling, and they were amazing!

I love a great and easy dessert, but it has to be delicious. My son loved these and helped me make them, hence the abundance of powdered sugar, but they were so good. This might become one of our favorite air fryer desserts of all time!

We had some leftover wontons after another recipe, and I thought, why not? In my house, we love everything pie filling! And raspberry happens to be my husband’s and oldest son’s favorite, and let me tell you, the combination is a winner!

If you are looking for even more easy air fryer dessert recipes, here are some of my favorites, AIR FRYER BREAKFAST COOKIES, AIR FRYER STRAWBERRY & CREAM MUG CAKE, AIR FRYER COPYCAT DOMINO’S BREAD TWISTS, and of course, my family’s AIR FRYER CANNOLI.

Air Fryer Raspberry Wontons

You can change out the pie filling for anything; today, I went with a simple raspberry pie filling. But you can just any canned pie filling, and the recipe will work the same.

How To Make Air Fryer Raspberry Wontons

Air Fryer Raspberry Wontons

Layout your wonton wrapper on a flat surface, then add 1-2 tablespoons of raspberry pie filling into the center.

Air Fryer Raspberry Wontons

Wet the edges with water, fold the wonton in half, and pinch the sides up to fold a purse.

Air Fryer Raspberry Wontons

Spray the air fryer basket and set the wontons in there. Set the temperature to 340 degrees F for 3 to 5 minutes, air fryer setting.

Dust with powdered sugar before serving.

Air Fryer Raspberry Wontons

Pro Tips For Cooking Raspberry Wontons In Air Fryer

Cooking raspberry wontons in an air fryer can be a delightful experience! Here are some pro tips to ensure they turn out crispy, golden, and filled with that delicious raspberry goodness:

  • Choose the Right Wonton Wrappers: Opt for thinner wonton wrappers. They crisp up better in the air fryer.
  • Avoid Overfilling: While it’s tempting to add a lot of raspberry filling, overfilling can cause the wontons to burst open during cooking. Use just enough to taste the raspberry but not so much that it seeps out.
  • Seal Tightly: Use water or a beaten egg to moisten the edges of the wonton wrapper before sealing. Press down firmly to ensure no filling can escape.
  • Space Them Out: Don’t overcrowd the air fryer basket. The hot air needs to circulate around each wonton to cook them evenly and make them crispy.
  • Monitor the Time: Raspberry wontons can cook quickly in an air fryer. Keep an eye on them, and check for that golden-brown color to ensure they’re done but not burnt.
  • Turn Them Over: Halfway through the cooking time, use tongs to turn the wontons over. This will ensure both sides get crispy.
  • Adjust the Temperature: Cook raspberry wontons at a slightly lower temperature than you would for meat-filled ones. This prevents the sugar in the raspberry filling from burning.
  • Serve Immediately: Raspberry wontons are best served hot and fresh out of the air fryer. Over time, the moisture from the filling can make them soggy.
  • Add a Dusting: For an extra touch of sweetness, dust the finished wontons with powdered sugar or serve with a side of chocolate or vanilla dipping sauce.
  • Experiment with Fillings: Don’t be afraid to mix things up! Try adding cream cheese, chocolate chips, or even a sprinkle of cinnamon to the raspberry filling for a twist.

Recipe Variations

Here are some delightful variations on the raspberry wonton theme for the air fryer:

  • Raspberry Cream Cheese Wontons: Add a dollop of cream cheese to your raspberry filling for a rich, creamy twist. The tartness of the raspberry combined with the creaminess of the cheese is a delightful combo.
  • Chocolate Raspberry Wontons: Place a few chocolate chips or a small chunk of dark chocolate in the center along with the raspberry filling. It’s a divine dessert wonton!
  • Raspberry Almond Wontons: A sprinkle of crushed almonds or a drop of almond extract with the raspberry filling brings in a nutty touch to the dish.
  • Lemon Raspberry Wontons: Add a touch of lemon zest or a tiny splash of lemon juice to the raspberry filling. The citrus note complements the raspberry wonderfully.
  • Raspberry Mint Wontons: Add a few minced mint leaves to the raspberry filling for a refreshing flavor profile.
  • Spiced Raspberry Wontons: A hint of cinnamon or nutmeg can add warmth and depth to your raspberry filling.
  • Tropical Raspberry Wontons: Add tiny bits of mango or pineapple to your raspberry filling for a tropical vibe.
  • Raspberry Coconut Wontons: A sprinkle of shredded coconut in the filling can add texture and a tropical flavor to your wontons.
  • Raspberry White Chocolate Wontons: If dark chocolate isn’t your thing, white chocolate chips or chunks alongside the raspberry can be a sweet variation.
  • Honey Drizzled Raspberry Wontons: After air frying, drizzle the wontons with a touch of honey for added sweetness and a glossy finish.

These variations add fun twists to the classic raspberry wonton and allow you to experiment with flavors and textures. The beauty of the air fryer is the ability to test and tweak recipes to your liking quickly. Enjoy the creative process and find your perfect raspberry wonton combo!

FAQ

What Size Wonton Do I use?

I made these using the package that was labeled as Wonton Wrappers.

If you have leftover egg roll wrappers, you can certainly use those. I would cut them in half so you still have the same wonton shape.

Where Do I Find Wonton Wrappers?

One of the most often asked questions is, where do I find the wonton wrappers? You will never find them if you do not know where to look for them.

While they’re not in the Asian food aisle, since they must be refrigerated, you can find them in the produce aisle, usually near the Tofu and Egg Roll Wrappers.

Can I Bake These In The Oven?

Yes, Absolutely, they are so easy to pop into the oven.

I would preheat your oven to 350 degrees F and bake for about 4-6 minutes.

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5 from 2 votes
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes
Servings: 12 Servings

Description

It was such an easy dessert or snack, made with two ingredients and dusted with powdered sugar, for an amazing afternoon treat!

Ingredients 

  • 12 Wonton Wrappers
  • 1 cup raspberry pie filling
  • Powdered Sugar

Instructions

  • Layout your wonton wrapper on a flat surface, then add 1-2 tablespoons of raspberry pie filling into the center.
  • Wet the edges with water, fold the wonton in half, and pinch the sides up to fold a purse.
  • Spray the air fryer basket and set the wontons in there. Set the temperature to 340 degrees F for 3 to 5 minutes, air fryer setting.
  • Dust with powdered sugar before serving.

Equipment

  • Air Fryer
  • Cooking Spray
  • Parchment Paper, optional

Nutrition

Serving: 1ServingCalories: 45kcalCarbohydrates: 10gProtein: 1gFat: 0.1gSaturated Fat: 0.03gPolyunsaturated Fat: 0.05gMonounsaturated Fat: 0.02gCholesterol: 1mgSodium: 90mgPotassium: 37mgFiber: 2gVitamin A: 1868IUVitamin C: 1mgCalcium: 12mgIron: 0.5mg

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