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Recipe: Buffalo Chicken Wonton Cups

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When I am asked to bring something to a party, I tend to be your main dish or dessert girl. For some reason, appetizers have never been my forte. This is why I challenged myself to spend more time this year perfecting my appetizer skills. It’s not like appetizers are all that hard to make. I guess I just feel like sometimes they require more creativity than I have the skills for.

When Yoplait contacted me about creating a recipe using their new Lactose Free line of yogurt, I thought it was a great opportunity to hone in on my appetizer making skills.

I went with a recipe that can be adapted and tweaked to put your own spin on flavors. Buffalo Chicken Wonton Cups are full of spicy buffalo chicken, cooled off a bit with shredded cabbage and a creamy lactose free yogurt sauce, and wrapped up in a cute little bite size wonton cup. They are a bit of appetizer perfection in a spicy little handheld cup. Enjoy!

Recipe: Buffalo Chicken Wonton Cups

  • 1 pound boneless chicken tenders, boiled and cubed
  • 24 won ton wrappers
  • 2 containers (6 oz) Yoplait Lactose Free Vanilla Yogurt
  • ½ cup prepared lactose free Buffalo Wing sauce
  • 1 ½ cups shredded cole slaw cabbage and carrots (without sauce)
  1. Preheat oven to 425° F
  2. Line 2 cupcake pans with wonton wrappers. Bake 3-4 minutes until edges are brown.
  3. In a medium bowl combine yogurt and wing sauce. Slowly add cubed chicken and shredded cole slaw cabbage and carrots. Mix until well blended.
  4. Place one large spoonful of chicken mixture into each prepared won ton cup, filling each cup completely.
  5. Place in the oven again, baking for 4 minutes or until mixture is warmed through. Serve hot. 

Disclosure: I was compensated by Yoplait Lactose Free Yogurt for my time and ingredients to create this recipe. All opinions expressed are my own.

 

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Comments

  1. Those look divine. I make a more traditional version of wonton tacos, so these will be an exciting change!

  2. Lovely idea and am really liking the party food idea. Thanks!

  3. I love anything in a wonton. Shoot, I’ll GET IN ONE.

  4. Wow, all of my favorite flavors in bite size format. Sounds pretty simple, great for a party.

  5. Did you use a regular muffin pan or a mini muffin pan? These sound great!

  6. THese have been on my list forever! Look awesome!

  7. These look great! I admit to having “dinner block” lately. In a total rut. These look like just the thing to bust me out of it. Thanks!

  8. The yogurt is brilliant! Love these so much!

  9. These are so cute!! Perfect for entertaining … I had an appetizer similar to this, this past weekend at a local restaurant, but your version sounds so much for appetizing ;)

  10. These are totally calling to me! They look (and sound) absolutely delicious.

  11. These look so good! I love Buffalo chicken anything!

  12. These sounds (and look) amazing. I, too, am appetizer challenged. I always joke that I can cook a multi-course dinner with dessert but when it comes to appetizers I am at a lose. Definitely going to add this recipe to my must try list!

  13. It looks to me like you perfected appetizer making. The Buffalo Chicken Wonton Cups looks perfectly amazing!

  14. Just discovered your blog, and I am so happy to be here :) I love your site… It is gorgeous and you take some amazing pictures! I am now your newest subscriber!

  15. I have made a version of these before but they didn’t have the slaw on them. May have to try that next time.

  16. I love the color and presentation and it looks crispy. Thanks for the recipe. I’ll suggest it to our cook, on the upcoming party that will be held at my house.

  17. Perfect party food, Kristen! But I love having a plate of appetizers for dinner so I would probably do that.

  18. What a great idea for buffalo chicken! These look absolutely delicious, and I bet they’d be the hit of my neighborhood happy hours. Thanks for sharing!

  19. Love these! I love buffalo anything, and these are too cute!

  20. I love appetizers that come in their own little cups like this! What a fun new idea!

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