First of all I was worried about finding the wonton wrappers. I fioud them at the second store I tried in the produce department of all places. The actual assembly was a lot easier than I expected. I have to admit though, I only made four of the wontons. But that is what I liked about this recipe. It was easy to make as many or as few of them as you wanted. I have cinnamon-sugar mixed up in a shaker, so I used that rather than measuring them out as stated in the recipe.
I baked them for 10 minutes and let them cool for a couple before eating them. They tasted better than I expected. The hubby tried them and said that while he wasn't a fan of cooked banana, he thought they would be good with something else. I suggested strawberries and he was immediately excited about that prospect!
I do plan on making these again, and since strawberry season is right around the corner, I am going to try it with those instead. I can't wait till my son is older, because as Beth suggested in the book, this is definitely a great recipe to have kids help make.
Wontons before baking