Today's Buffalo Chicken Wontons Appetizer Recipe is so good! They are the perfect bite-sized appetizer for any event! Plus you just can't go wrong with anything buffalo chicken!
Buffalo Chicken Wonton
I love making these Buffalo Chicken Wontons for an easy handheld appetizer or snack. This is a great way to use leftover buffalo chicken in a new way.
Easy Buffalo Chicken Wontons
Tips for making Buffalo Chicken Wontons
For each muffin cup, lay a wonton wrapper over the top and press it into the cup, lining the sides and bottom. Some of the wrappers may overlap on itself on the sides – this is ok.
Drizzle Spoon - I had never heard of a drizzle spoon before but randomly was playing on Amazon and now I may need to see how this works. LOL!
3 tier serving tray - this is a great serving tray that makes it easy for guests to grab a wonton.
Silver serving trays - If you are looking for a bit fancier of a look these silver trays are great.
Slate Cheese Boards - I love serving on these slate cheese boards. It is so cool that you can write on them about what you are serving to guests.
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Buffalo Chicken Wontons
- Preheat oven to 350
- Spray a 12 cup cupcake/muffin pan with non-stick spray (or grease the pan)
- For each muffin cup, lay a wonton wrapper over the top and press it into the cup, lining the sides and bottom. Some of the wrapper may overlap on itself on the sides – this is ok.
- Bake in the oven for approximately 8 – 10 minutes or until the wrappers are crispy and slightly browned
- Remove from oven and let cool completely
- Meanwhile, in a bowl, combine the cream cheese and ranch dressing until smooth
- Reheat the oven again to 350
- Evenly divide the ranch cream cheese mixture between the 12 cups (when cooled) and spread it over the bottom
- Add a ¼ C of the buffalo chicken mixture to each cup
- Bake in the oven for approximately 10 minutes to warm through
- Drizzle as much sriracha over the top as desired and serve warm.
Recipe originally shared July 2018, updated January 2020