Spinach Artichoke Tartlets

spinach artichoke tartletsIt’s rare that I have any of my Spinach Artichoke Dip left over, but when I do I have some yummy recipes to help use it up.  One is to make these Spinach Artichoke Tartlets.  Wonton wrappers make it easy – but you could also use phyllo dough or pre-made phyllo dough cups.

You’ll Need:
Spinach Artichoke Dip
Wonton wrappers
Parmesan or Romano cheese
Mini muffin pan(s)

Spray the mini muffin pan(s) with nonstick cooking spray. Place a wonton wrapper in each one, molding and pressing to fit the sides. Preheat oven to 350. I bake the wontons part way without the dip inside first (5-7 minutes), otherwise the bottoms and sides won’t cook through. Place a teaspoon or so of the dip inside the tartlet. Top with a pinch of cheese and cook until the tartlets start to brown (about another 7-10 minutes).

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5 Responses to Spinach Artichoke Tartlets

  1. Lisa says:

    Question…if you are making the dip just to use with these…do you bake it first and then put in the won ton cup and bake again or put the dip in raw and bake in the cups?
    Looks yummy

    • Kimberly Danger says:

      You wouldn’t have to bake it first, since none of the ingredients require cooking, just heating.

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  3. Can I bake the wonton wrappers and freeze them without the filing says:

    I would like to make these wrappers and freeze themtill Christmas as I am having over 40 people for dinner and can’t leave anything till last minute. Can I do that? They look yummy

  4. Nahida says:

    Can I bake wonton wrappers and freeze them without the filling

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