\nBlog By: Megan Koscinski, MS, RD\n\nBariatric Wonton Cup Recipes\n\nAre you struggling to find tasty recipes that still fit into your bariatric diet? Lifestyle modification following metabolic and bariatric surgery can be overwhelming and frustrating at times. But fret not! You can still eat healthy without losing the excitement of a delicious meal. \nBelow are our favorite recipes for wonton cups. They’re the perfect serving size to meet bariatric recommendations and a healthy alternative to some of your favorite dishes. \nEach recipe offers single-serving wonton cups that will make portion control easy to further support weight loss. The recipe yields multiple portions that can be refrigerated for up to 7 days and utilized for meal prepping. \n\nBuffalo Chicken Wing Wonton Cups\n\n\nBring this bariatric-friendly appetizer for your next gathering! These crunchy Buffalo Chicken Wing Wonton Cups will not disappoint.\nThis delicious recipe utilizes a nonstick mini muffin cup pan for the perfect bite-sized serving. If you don’t have a mini muffin mold, you can use a regular muffin tin. However, make sure to still follow the recommended ingredient sizes even though the wonton cups will look half filled. This will ensure the nutrition information is still accurate for each wonton cup. \nIngredients: 2 chicken breast, 2 tbsp olive oil, ½ tsp paprika, ½ tsp chipotle chili powder, 24 wonton wrappers, 4 oz ⅓ less fat Neufchatel cheese bar (alternative to cream cheese), ¼ cup plain Greek yogurt, ½ cup hot sauce, 3 oz blue cheese crumbles\nNutrition Information: 68 calories, 3.6g total fat, 4.3g carbohydrates (carbs), 0.5g fiber, 0.5g sugar, 4.3g protein (per wonton cup)\nGet the full recipe here\n\nTaco Wonton Cups\n\n\nThis recipe will become your new favorite Mexican dish. Mini wonton cups are the perfect bite-size serving, prepared easily in a nonstick mini muffin cup pan.\nEnjoy as an appetizer, a snack, or pack a few to-go for lunch. Any time of day - these yummy taco cups will satisfy your cravings with a fiesta of flavor!\nIngredients: ½ pound ground beef, 1 tbsp taco seasoning, ¼ cup salsa, 12 wonton wrappers, 1 cup shredded Mexican blend cheese, ¼ cup black beans (1 tsp per taco cup)\nNutrition Information: 119 calories, 8g total fat, 5g carbohydrates (carbs), 0.3g fiber, 0.3g sugar, 6.5g protein (per wonton cup)\nGet the full recipe here\nTuna Salad Wonton Cups\n\nThese tuna wonton cups are a fantastic choice for appetizers as they combine crunchy textures, savory flavors, and are perfectly portioned.\nWith just a mini muffin tin, cooking spray, a few minutes of prep time, and a handful of diced-up ingredients, you can whip up these quick and simple bite-sized snacks.\nIngredients: 12 wonton wrappers, 1 can of tuna, 1\/3 cup low-fat mayo, 1 tbsp Bariatric Fusion Unflavored High Protein Meal Replacement, 1-2 tbsp Dijon mustard, 1\/8 cup chopped celery, 1\/2 tbsp lemon juice, 1 tsp chopped dill, 1\/4 tsp garlic powder\nNutrition Information: 91 calories, 3g fat, 6g carbohydrates, 1g fiber, 0.5g sugar, 10g protein\nGet the full recipe here\nSummary\nEating after metabolic and bariatric surgery can still taste good and fit into your bariatric diet. Look for recipes that prioritize protein, use healthy alternative ingredients, and follow portion control. \nPortion size will vary after metabolic and bariatric surgery based on food stage and tolerance. Consult with your bariatric healthcare team about appropriate food options based on your individual needs.\nClick here to learn more about how to follow a Bariatric Diet.