Baked Shrimp Egg Rolls with Sriracha Dipping Sauce

Appetizer week is coming to a close! I received great feedback from all of the recipes. Really I am not surprised because everyone loves finger foods! Anything I can “pick” at is my kind of meal. And for some reason I have the “fridge complex” where I will pick at stuff in the fridge and consider it empty calories. I hope I’m not the only one who does this! I used to eat a really big dinner before, but now I will make a smaller meal and then snack. I like this better!

I think I also did a good job of picking a little bit of everything. Some people like Mexican food, some are vegetarians, some like a lighter snack, some a heavier appetizer. It’s good to venture out and not stick with one thing 🙂

My last appetizer recipe is a baked egg roll. When we think egg rolls we think heavy and fried! Okay yes these are delicious, but I’d rather not spend my entire weekend trying to burn it off.

These are healthy and only 200 calories for two huge egg rolls WITH the dipping sauce! 

If you were to go to a restaurant some of those egg rolls have insane amounts of calories! I couldn’t believe the numbers after doing a little research. One place had 1,123 calories for their appetizer serving and 65.1 grams of fat! Holy Cow! And that’s the appetizer! You haven’t even ordered the meal yet and you’ve used almost all your calories for the DAY. Geez.

Let’s try this instead 🙂

For this recipe you will need: 
-4 large shrimp, peeled and deveined
-1/2 cup of broccoli slaw
-2 asparagus spears, sliced
-1/4 cup of spinach leaves
-1 Tablespoon of fish sauce
-1 Tablespoon of rice vinegar
-1/2 Tablespoon of miso
-2 egg roll wrappers

For the dipping sauce:
-2 Tablespoons of plain greek yogurt
-1/2 to 1 Tablespoon of Sriracha (depending on how spicy you like it)
-1/4 teaspoon of sesame seed oil

(Makes 2 egg rolls)

Preheat your oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit

Start by placing the broccoli slaw, asparagus, and spinach in a pan on high heat. I just used a little olive oil spray here. Add the shrimp after a few minutes of cooking

The filling for an egg roll
The filling for an egg roll

After a few minutes add the miso, fish oil, and rice vinegar. You will end up with this:

The insides all cooked!
The insides all cooked!- Takes about 8 minutes or so 

Now time to roll the egg roll!

Find these at any grocery store
Find these at any grocery store

Place 1/2 the mixture inside each egg roll

Points of the wrapper up
Points of the wrapper up

Fold the corner facing you over the mixture and tuck it under the filling

All tucked away
All tucked away

Then you fold in the sides, and then the remaining corner (moisten this flap to keep it shut). Sorry I didn’t take a picture, but usually the back of the wrappers show you how in case you are not sure.

Egg roll wrapped
Egg roll wrapped

Spray a pan with olive oil spray and place the egg roll on it. Spray the top as well so it ends up nice and crunchy! Bake for 25 minutes

While it’s cooking work on the dipping sauce. This is so simple! Just 2 Tablespoons of plain greek yogurt, 1/2 Tablespoon or more of Sriracha, and 1/4 teaspoon of sesame seed oil. It’s like a spicy mayo you find in sushi but HEALTHY! Only 42 calories and 1.4 grams of fat for the whole thing 🙂 Compare that to 21 grams of fat and 220 calories for the dip!

Once your timer goes off, look how they turn out

Baked egg roll
Baked egg roll


Baked Shrimp Egg Rolls with Sriracha Dipping Sauce- 200 calories for all of this!
Baked Shrimp Egg Rolls with Sriracha Dipping Sauce- 200 calories for all of this!

Nutritional info: 200 calories, 1.64 grams of fat, 32.2 carbs, and 17.3 grams of protein


The inside
The inside

These are spicy, crunchy, sweet, and healthy all at the same time. What a bargain huh?

Love to dip!
Love to dip!
No fatty egg rolls here!
No fatty egg rolls here!

These would be fun for a date night!

Happy eating…

XOXO With a Cherry On Top,


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  1. Erica

    Looks delicious!
    Thanks for sharing.

    1. Katie

      no problem! Love the dipping sauce. YUM!

  2. krystal

    These were delicious. I have made them several times.

    1. Katie

      Aw thanks! Glad you enjoyed 🙂

  3. liz

    Do i have to use fish oil? any alternatives?

    1. Katie

      You can leave it out, but you can also try hoisin, liquid aminos, or low sodium soy sauce for a similar flavor!

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