this one. I decided to try it, and oh. my. word. They are so good. I did have to tweak it a little, though.
For me, following the suggested baking time resulted in the 2nd photo - burned to a crisp (ha ha, get it?).
So I baked mine for HALF that time, for 4 minutes at 375 degrees. I also added a TEENY sprinkle of cayenne pepper on some to try it, and I liked the kick - might be a good variation next time, with cumin, garlic powder, oregano, etc. I will be experimenting a lot with these babies, for sure.
This combo was some freshly ground black pepper, grated Parmesan, and some dried parsley, since I didn't have fresh. I also sprinkled a little garlic powder on some.
On my wonton wrappers, it says 1 serving is 8 wrappers, and if you slice them in 1/2 (like top photo), you'd get 16 crackers. If you went with the lil' triangles like the 2nd photo, you'd get double that. That's a decent serving size - very satisfying. They won't do as much damage as a handful of Cheetos (you actually know what all of the ingredients are, too), and are just about as addictive.
I will definitely try these for a party since they look so fancy, but they're going to happen for random snacking from time to time, too.
Feel free to share some flavor combos in the comments if you try some!