Happy Monday peeps!
If you follow me on InstaGram , you’ll notice I’ve been a traveling fool lately. I owe y’all umpteen traveling posts.
But until then, let me share a food gem from my most recent travels to Corpus Christi, Texas.
I love all things Tex-Mex, even though this gringo can’t go beyond “mild” in Texas heat ratings. We had a lovely stay on the beach and dined twice at Fajitaville on the Beach. Doesn’t that sound like fun restaurant? They even have a Ferris wheel!
Besides amazing fajitas, we enjoyed their Guac & Rolls as appetizers, thanks to the generous coupon we found on Restaurant.com . Fajitaville’s Guac & Rolls were delicious but they were fried…and while okay for a Spring Break trip, not so good in everyday living. But I was determined to recreate these rolls…baked!
If you’re not near Fajitaville to grab some of their Guac & Rolls or you’re trying to avoid fried food, these Holy Guacamole Baked Appetizers will fit the bill!
These apps are super easy and will make you the star of your next party/cook out/family meal!
Also, big shout out to Nasoya All-Natural Won Ton Wraps for instructions on how to properly wrap a won ton wrapper! #foodorigami
HOLY GUACAMOLE BAKED APPETIZERS
- 1 avocado, mashed and seasoned with lime juice, cumin and kosher salt to taste (or grab your favorite store bought Guac)
- 12 Won Ton Wrappers (you will find them in the refrigerated produce section)
- Olive Oil Spray
- A little bowl of water
- Baking sheet sprayed with oil
- 1 teaspoon
- Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
- Make your Guac or open your store bought container
- Lay out 12 won ton wrappers on a sprayed baking sheet
- Spoon a heaping teaspoon of Guac on to the middle of each won ton wrapper
- Wet all 4 edges of the won ton wrapper with the water (I dipped my fingers in the small bowl of water) and make a triangle, pressing edges together.
- Invert the triangle with the top pointing down and bring the two ends of the triangle together, pressing them together.
- Work quickly as the won ton wrappers can dry out.
- After you’ve filled and folded all 12 won ton wrappers, give a light spray of oil over all the wrappers.
- Cook for 8-10 minutes.
- Serve with salsa or ranch dip or anything else your heart desires!
These wrappers seriously make for an easy yummy appetizer!
Have you ever tried to recreate a restaurant recipe? I’d love to hear about your recipe recreations! Comment below!