Lasagna Wontons

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Lasagna filled wontonsIt’s no secret that my family loves Italian food, pasta is a staple in our house and it’s a guaranteed success whenever I serve it for dinner. In order to attempt something a little different, but stay within my “area of success” when it comes to serving the boys, I created these crispy, yet soft, little pockets filled with all the ingredients they love from my vegan lasagna. They are best right from the oven, but can always be partially cooked and then warmed again with some extra water to help bring back moisture. The boys loved them, especially because they were individual little servings! You can play around with the ingredients you stuff them with, almost anything would work great. Hope you enjoy!

Lasagna filled wontons

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Lasagna filled wontonsLasagna filled wontons

Lasagna Wontons

Spinach, mushrooms, red sauce and my Cashew Walnut Cream Sauce fill these crispy yet soft lasagna pockets. Perfect for a pre dinner treat!


  • 48 vegan wonton or gyoza wrappers (use rice paper for gluten free option- see note)
  • ¾ cup finely chopped spinach
  • ¾ cup finely chopped mushrooms
  • ½ cup red sauce (store bought or see my recipe here or here)
  • ¼ cup Cashew Walnut Cream Sauce
  • small cup of water to moisten wrappers
  • more red sauce for dipping when served
  • optional oil to brush on top before baking (omit and use water for oil-free version)

note: I was only able to find vegan wrappers online or at a specialty Asian market. Most at the grocery store have eggs, which work just fine if you aren’t concerned about these being totally vegan. Also, these can be made with cheese instead of my cream sauce if you are okay with the non-vegan option. To make these gluten free use rice paper. You can use them whole to make large ones, or cut them into smaller strips for smaller ones (do this while paper is dry). You need to soak the rice paper in water for 3-5 seconds before using, then place lasagna filling in the center, fold in sides and bottom, then roll like you would an egg roll. Now follow recipe and brush with water or oil and bake, however baking time may vary. Bake until golden brown on top.


Preheat oven to 425. Prepare your ingredients by making the red sauce and/or cream sauce if needed. Wash and chop the veggies.

Place one wrapper on your workspace. Brush with water, moistening well around the edges. Using an appetizer sized spoon, place one spoonful of red sauce in the center of the wrapper. Top with about one tablespoon of chopped spinach, then the same amount of chopped mushrooms. Finish by dropping one small spoonful of cream sauce on top. The wrappers will puff up a bit and create more space inside so don’t worry about them being too full.

Place a second wrapper on top of the first and use a fork to press down the edges. If they aren’t sticking well, use more water to moisten them. Repeat the process until all your wrappers are used.

Place on a parchment lined cookie sheet. Brush each with water or oil to moisten.

Bake at 425 for 10 minutes or until browned around the edges. If you don’t want them too crispy, sprinkle some water on the pan, cover with foil, and bake. Serve with more red sauce for dipping!

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Lasagna filled wontons

Lasagna filled wontons

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    • says

      Awesome! So glad you like them, I thought it would be a fun new way to eat our favorite dish. Thank you so much for the nomination. I will definitely take a look at your post!

  1. Kathy G says

    I am going to try these this Saturday. I am going to a plant strong potluck. My travel time is about 30-40 min. Any suggestions on how to handle that? Should I cook them up and then reheat when I get there? I like the idea of them being crispy. Thanks!

    • says

      Hi Kathy! I made these for a dinner and had the same concern. If you bake them first for a bit (about half of the baking time) you can definitely continue baking when you get there, however they may be a little less crispy towards the center. I didn’t mind it this way since they were still crispy on the outside edges. If you wait to cook there, they will be crispier, but not sure how they will hold up uncooked and in the car for that long. I can see the wrapper getting warm and potentially liquid leaking through, but it depends on how “saucy” you make them. Let me know how they turn out! Feel free to post a picture on the Facebook page for others to see too!


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