Gluten Free Wonton Wrapper Recipe

Gluten Free Wonton Wrapper Recipe

A great gluten free wonton wrapper recipe is hard to come by, but you need one if you want to make delicious traditional Chinese recipes like dumplings and egg rolls. Most commercially available wonton wrappers are definitely not gluten free, so finding a reliable gluten free recipe is a must. Next time you have a craving for wontons, eggrolls, potstickers or other Chinese dumplings, this is your go-to gluten free wonton wrapper recipe!

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Traditional Chinese wonton wrappers are made from wheat flour, eggs and water, and can be used to wrap around any number of fillings to be cooked in soups or fried. This easy gluten free wonton wrapper recipe is equally versatile and when made with my gfJules™ flour, is so easy to work with and actually stretches without crumbling when you wrap up fillings — something other gluten free flours could never do.

gluten free wonton wrapper dough

gluten free wonton wrapper dough cut

Use this recipe to encase whatever fillings you like, or make homemade potstickers or dumplings or even homemade gluten free egg rolls with these wrappers – hop to my egg roll recipe here and my potstickers or dumplings recipe here!

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Gluten Free Wonton Wrapper Recipe

gluten free wonton wrapper

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  • Prep Time: 10 minutes
  • Cook Time: depends on application
  • Total Time: depends on wontons, pot stickers, dumplings, egg rolls ...
  • Yield: 10 gluten free wonton wrappers



Whisk together flour and salt in a small bowl; in a separate bowl combine the eggs and water. Slowly stir the egg mixture into the flour with a fork and mix until a sticky dough forms.

Divide the dough in half and cover one half while working with the other.

Prepare a clean counter or pastry mat by generously flouring with more gluten free flour. Flour a rolling pin as well, then turn one half of the dough out onto the floured mat and roll gently in each direction until the dough is evenly thinned, almost so thin you can see through it.

Measure 4 ½ – 5 inch squares and cut with a pastry cutter or butter knife. Layer each square on top of each other on a plate and cover with a damp tea towel while preparing the remaining dough. Re-roll the dough scraps to create more wrappers, so that all the dough is used to make approximately 10 wonton wrappers.

Use wrappers in your recipe before they dry out, or cover and refrigerate for 3-5 days until ready to use in your recipe. They will get somewhat more fragile with refrigeration, so bring to room temperature before rolling and spritz with more water if necessary.

Makes 10 wonton wrappers; recipe is easily doubled.

This easy gluten free wonton wrapper recipe is so versatile and easy to work with! Use this recipe to make gluten free egg rolls or other Chinese dumplings.

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83 thoughts on “Gluten Free Wonton Wrapper Recipe

  1. Can’t wait to try the gluten-free wonton wrapper recipe. I have been so craving wontons and egg rolls since I have been diagnosed with Celiac Disease.

    Thank you!!

    • You can eliminate the salt altogether, Yvonne. It’s just there for taste, but your fillings should take care of that!

  2. Looks great but where can I purchase this product from? I live in Carlton – Victoria Australia . I prefere to purchase this product in Australia as close to where I live.

    • YAY! So glad this recipe will be helpful to you – it’s so versatile and easy to work with when made with my gfJules Flour. Happy baking!

    • Hi Rhonda, so happy you’re interested in great gluten free recipes and award-winning products that make the BEST gluten free goodies! Hop to my store here to shop: and sign up at the top of the page for my free gluten free recipe emails. You can also search on my site anytime to find recipes — I have over 440 of them!!! Happy Baking!

  3. The recipe for the wonton dough calls for 1 egg + 1 egg white.
    Does this mean 1 whole egg (yolk and white) AND an additional egg white (without the yolk), or just one whole egg?

    • Hi Lynette, I do think that will work. Other options to replace egg yolk are in my vegan egg replacer post: Either blend 1/4 cup silken tofu in a food processor or blender, or add 3 Tablespoons egg-free mayonnaise (Just Mayo®; Earth Balance® Mindful Mayo; Veganaise®). Let me know what you try and how it works!

  4. Can I use coconut flour @egg substitute were vegan gluten free dairy free @ no gmo are can i use arrowroot flour my daughter has autism extremely highly alergic to so many things and is extremely important for us to limit all Dairy only vegan and gluten free especially GMO recipe any help you can give us would be appreciated Tyvm Garrett family ❤❤

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  6. These look so easy with your steps! Thank you! Question, would you share your filling recipe and how you cooked them? Thank you!

  7. Love your flour Jules! I’ve been cooking and baking gluten free for 9 years and over a year ago had to stop eating corn too so was skeptical because your flour has non GMO corn starch. So far no issues! This is the best flour I have tried yet and I have used many brands! Best texture. When making pie dough it doesn’t fall apart like so many other gf flours! Now to make wontons for dumplings and egg rolls! Yay!!! Thank you so much!

  8. I started out with the sample pack from GF Jules and quickly ordered a full array of her products.
    They are Awesome!!
    I’m back to baking again on a regular basis and I would not use Any other brand of gluten-free flours than GF Jules!
    Thanks Jules!

    • Oh Lou Ann, I’m so happy to hear you’re back to baking again! That’s the best kind of testimonial! Thanks so much for letting me know, and for not giving up on GF baking! Wishing you all sweet things in your gluten free future!

    • Hi Mike, we have shipped to Australia for some customers, but as I’m sure you can expect, it’s pricey to ship heavy flours. Please email us at [email protected] if you would like us to get a quote for you.
      All the best,