Easy Crab Rangoon

These pretty little Crab Rangoons are simple to make, but look so fancy! If you want to impress your guests, but don’t have a lot of time- these are “your” appetizers. Serve them by themselves or along side of a sweet and sour sauce. Delicious!

Purchase pre-made Wonton wrappers (these are found by the bagged lettuce at your grocery store). Grease a mini muffin pan and place a wonton wrapper in each cup. You will need to fold sides and press them together. If you get a tear, no worries- they will turn out just fine.

In a large bowl, add cream cheese, crab meat, mayo, and green onions.

Mix together well.

Fill each wonton with a heaping teaspoon of mixture. Bake uncovered in a preheated oven at 350 for appx 15 mins or until golden brown. When cool to the touch, take each one out and place on a serving tray for your guests!

Easy Crab Rangoon

(Recipe from Kraft)

12 oz crab meat (you may use imitation)

8 oz cream cheese

1/2 cup sliced green onion

1 cup mayonaise

24 wonton wrappers

  1. Preheat oven to 350
  2. Grease a mini-muffin tin
  3. Place wonton wrappers in muffin tin-gently folding and pressing so they fit and do not attach to one another
  4. Mix crab meat, cream cheese, mayo and green onion together
  5. Place a heaping teaspoonful of filling in each wonton wrapper
  6. Bake uncovered for appx 15 mins until golden brown
  7. Place on serving tray along side of sweet and sour sauce/Thai dipping sauce (World market sells the best).
If you like this recipe you must try my friend, Mem’s Spring Rolls ! I love Asian food…MMMmmmm….



  1. Awesome! Those look so yummy and easy! My kids would love these too 🙂

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  2. Love your new look Janelle! 🙂

    I do not like crab rangoon, but hubby and kids do, so I will have to remember this recipe. Thanks!

  3. It looks beautiful, Janelle! Your blog looks just lovely! And the Crab Ragoons look gorgeous too. You might like to link them with Let’s Do Brunch on my blog if you have time – they would be perfect on a brunch buffet. Congratulations on your beautiful new blog layout!!

    • Thank you April! I love it too…I have had the sweetest girl helping me…she did it all. I am not savvy in that way 🙂 I will have to take a look at your brunch buffet , sounds great! Love, Janelle

  4. Becky Grunwald says:

    Hey friend! I was so craving chinese food tonight for dinner, but the kids over ruled me and I made mexican…tomorrow however I can’t wait to make these! Thanks for a delicious sounding recipe! Miss your smiling face!

  5. Yummy!!! I can’t wait to try these!!

  6. WoW!!! These look wonderful:) Thank you for the recipe.

    I am going to try these. I will let you know when I do.

    Aren’t Wonton wrappers wonderful, you can do so many things with them.

    Have a wonderful day.


  7. OH Janelle! I love your new blog look. The colors are all just beautiful! And of course your appy’s look divine! Hope you are having a lovely day!

    Love to YOU!

  8. Hi Janelle! These look amazing! Quick question – do you think they would turn out if I sealed the edges… definitely would not be so pretty but way more portable 😉 would I just be able to bake them on a baking sheet (don’t have a mini-muffin pan)?

    • Hi Metro! If I were making these that way- I would put the filling in the middle of a wonton wrapper, seal shut-then heat oil in a large pan or wok and fry. Then, I would let drain on a plate with a paper towel. You certainly may try baking them as you said, but I would fear the inside would pour out of them.

  9. I have always fried them and never used mayo in them. but I will be trying these they sound so good!

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