Fried Biscoff Wontons with Strawberry Dipping Sauce

 Fried Biscoff Wontons with Strawberry Dipping Sauce a decadent dessert
Sometimes dessert only requires a few bites to be completely satisfied. This is one of those sweets where a little goes a long way.

Honestly Biscoff is just a favorite right now. If you have never tried it you really need to get yourself to the store and purchase a jar, it’s right next to the peanut butter. You won’t be disappointed. I may or may not be known to sometimes have a jar in my purse…for those weaker moments. I’m sure you understand.

I am going to make this post short and sweet. I’ve got a plane to catch this morning as I am heading home from Memphis…it’s been a whirlwind of an amazing trip. If you’ve been following on Instagram, then you already know all about it!

Fried Biscoff Wontons with Strawberry Dipping Sauce
I do want to tell you about my new Strawberry Huller from OXO. Look at how beautifully it removes the core of the strawberry. When I do the same job with a pairing knife I end up pulling out so much of the berry, essentially wasting so much of it. This removes the exact amount necessary and it’s so easy to use. I hope you give it a try.

Fried Biscoff Wontons with Strawberry Dipping Sauce Wrappers
Filling the wontons are easy but you must seal them tightly so they don’t explode during the frying process. I learned that the hard way.

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Fried Biscoff Wontons with Strawberry Dipping Sauce

Recipe from: Created by Cathy Pollak for NoblePig.com | Serves: 8 (3 wontons each)

Ingredients

For the Dipping Sauce:

  • 1 Tablespoon lemon juice
  • 1 teaspoon cornstarch
  • 1 cup chopped strawberries
  • 1/4 cup sugar
  • 1 Tablespoon water
  • 1/8 teaspoon salt

For the wontons:

  • 24 square wonton wrappers (smaller size)
  • 1 (14 oz) jar Biscoff spread, chilled

Directions

  • In a small bowl combine lemon juice and cornstarch and set aside. In a small saucepan over medium-low heat, add strawberries (smash them a little with a potato masher), sugar, water and salt. Bring to a boil and add cornstarch-lemon mixture. Simmer for one minute or until sauce is slightly thickened and set aside.
  • For the wontons, set a small bowl of water to the side with a pastry brush. Place the wrappers on a large cutting board orienting them in a diamond shape instead of a square. Place a heaping teaspoon of the chilled Biscoff in the lower half of each wrapper. Brush the edges of each wrapper with a little wrapper. Fold the top half down to meet the bottom of each wrapper and form a triangle. Make sure to completely seal the edges. Place the wontons in the freezer for 30 minutes before frying.
  • Heat oil to 350 degrees F in a heavy saucepan over medium heat. Fry each wonton util golden brown, turning to brown each side. Scoop them out with a slotted spoon onto a paper-towel lined plate and continue to fry the rest (fry about 5 at a time). Serve warm with the strawberry sauce.

Fried Biscoff Wontons with Strawberry Dipping Sauce you only need a few
You will love these amazing little bites of heaven!

Disclosure: OXO provided me with the strawberry huller in this post as part of their summer fruit tools campaign. While all opinions are my own please support this wonderful company for all the posts they make possible with their blogger outreach programs.

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24 Comments and 16 Replies

  1. Karly 1

    The only possible way to make Biscoff better is to fry it. Well done, my friend. :)

  2. Sues 3

    I have a feeling these are the best wontons ever!! They’re super pretty, too :)

  3. Ashley 5

    Oh my, these sound awesome. I love the strawberry dipping sauce!

  4. Nancy L 7

    OMG! Those look so amazing! And the strawberry sauce is so bright red and beautiful! It is making me want those right now!

  5. Wholy moly! These things are awesome!! I love the dipping sauce!

  6. Get out!! Fried Biscoff?!? You are an evil genius. Love! And I can only imagine how wonderful it must be dipped in that scrumptious strawberry sauce.

  7. Those wontons looks soooo crisp and delicious! Oh my dipped in that divine sauce is perfect with a glass of sweet bubbly.
    Cheers,
    J+C

  8. Oh heavens! These are the stuff dreams are made of, Kathy! Amazing, indulgent, delicious recipe!

  9. This looks like such a fun dessert! And I’m in love with that strawberry huller!

  10. Whoa, lady! These are SO creative and decadent. I want!!!

  11. Ohmygosh. How do i begin to describe this amazing creation?

  12. Maegan @ The BakerMama 25

    WOW!!! I don’t know if I could stop after a few bites. I think I would eat all 24! Such a great idea!

  13. Truly amazing!! Oh my gosh – biscoff and frying – amazing combination

  14. I now officially have to try Biscoff.
    Beautiful job :)

  15. Barbara 31

    OMG!!

    I just showed this to the Hubby and he had to hold his chest! And!! They sell both creamy and chunky Biscoff at the Shop Rite! I checked today!!

    Thanks for the recipe!!

    Barbara

  16. Whoa. Whoa. YOU are blowing my mind right now. Dessert wontons…Can I has?

  17. Oh my GOSH I need some of these right now!!!! I love the strawberry hurler!

  18. You had me at biscoff! How can anyone resist? And I absolutely LOVE the strawberry huller from OXO. Isn’t it the best?

  19. Im sold – I need to try Biscoff – this looks amazing! I featured this today in my “What I Bookmarked this Week” post – stop by and see!

  20. Just got the strawberry huller! I have the perfect recipe in mind…mini mozzarella balls stuffed into strawberries and grilled!

  21. This looks really amazing. I’ve never tried fried biscoff wontons before. And the strawberry dipping sauce looks really mouth-watering.

  22. Wanda Rice 40

    I am psysched to try Shrimp Tacos with Grilled Pineapple Jalapeno Salsa and Fried Biscoff Wontons. I love, Love, Love the site and will visit often. Brava!

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