Baked crab wontons-4

A couple weeks ago I talked my husband into letting me take a cruise with 50 other fabulous bloggers for a photography conference.  I’d like to say this is “work” but being on a cruise with camera in hand is more like my happy place.  The best part is Royal Caribbean is our sponsor, so they are ALREADY treating us like royalty and the cruise doesn’t take place until January.

With the cruise approaching I think beach bodies are on everyone’s mind.  I mean we are taking a cruise during winter but will be traveling to beach destinations with CAMERAS.

Eek is right…..  

Baked crab wontons

It’s salads, baked foods and NO fried foods.  Yea right whom am I kidding?  Whenever I start a diet it lasts just a couple of weeks but I’m going to try really hard to throw good meals in every once in a while.

Today I’m starting off with these easy baked crab wontons.  I LOVE LOVE LOVE crab wontons so baking them just made them so much better instead of frying them up.  Plus its one step closer to getting a beach body by January.

ENJOY ~ Meagan

Baked crab wontons

Baked crab wontons


  • 1 pound crab claw meat
  • 10 ounces Philadelphia 1/3 less fat cream cheese, softened
  • 1/2 cup diced yellow bell pepper
  • 1/4 cup green onions sliced
  • 2 pinches of salt
  • 20+ square wonton wrappers
  • 1 egg white
  • cooking spray


Preheat oven to 400 degrees F.

In a bowl combine the first 5 ingredients.  Lay out the wonton wrapper and place some filling in the center.  Brush egg white wash around all edges of the wonton wrapper. Fold the wrapper into a triangle shape.  Spray each wonton wrapper with cooking spray.

Bake in the oven for 10-12 minutes.

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18 comments on “Baked crab wontons”

  1. Mmm I love all varieties of wontons. Can’t wait to try these!

  2. These are just simply perfection. Love everything about them. And that cruise…so jealous!

  3. Oh my hubby will love these and I will love them since they are baked. Win win!

  4. A photography conference on a cruise? That’s just about the best thing EVER. But if I’m stuck on land, I’d be pretty happy with these crab wontons, too 🙂

  5. OH NO YOU DIDN”T?!!!! These are my WEAKNESS. Pass, 457! Please. K. Thanks.

  6. These look delicious, love that they are baked!!

  7. Ooooh, so jealous that you’re going on that cruise. It sounds amazing!!

    These wontons look right up my alley, too. Love all of that crab!

  8. Love this spin on “baked” Crab rangoons . . baked is always better in my opinion! delicious!

  9. Mmmm creamy cheesy crabby goodness! I can eat them all since they’re baked right?! 😉

  10. I like Taylor’s comment. Yeah, since they are baked we can have as many
    as we want. Baking them actually makes it easier to get a batch done with guests hanging around. Great idea.

  11. Ahhh CRUISE!! Amazing amazing amazing. I can’t wait for stories. Also, I love everything about these bites, AND baked = eat more. Winning!

  12. Say whaaaat?? That sounds like the best cruise, ever! And these wontons sound like the best appetizer, ever. 🙂

  13. I love how healthy this is. I think you’re right–the key to ‘dieting’ is throwing a few more healthy meals in there. Especially delicious meals like this!

  14. Crab wontons are my favorite but I hate the frying in oil part. This is an awesome alternative!

  15. Oh, I like these, and there is no frying! My children will flip for these.

  16. This is my kind of appetizer! Pinned!

  17. What’s a good sub for cream cheese. Wouldn’t they be just as good without cream cheese, maybe mayo?

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