Homemade Baked Onion Rings Recipe



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 We love onion rings in our home but I am not a big fan of fried foods so what’s the alternative? Baked onion rings. Here is a recipe I make for my family that love!


Large Vadilla Onions

1/4 Cup of  Ground Flax Seeds

1/2 Cup of Almond Milk

Salt & Pepper

1 Cup of  Bisquick Mix

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 How to make them:

First un-peel and slice the onions in rings. Then take the Bisquick mix, ground flax seeds, salt and pepper and place them in a bowl (mix the ingredients together with your fingers) in a bowl. Pour almond milk in a bowl. Coat the  sliced onions in the almond milk and then in the dry ingredients. I coat the onions 2 times. So I then re-coat the onions in the almond milk and dry ingredient mix. WARNING: your fingers will get very messy.  Then I use a silicone baking mat but if you do not have one then drizzle a little olive oil or vegetable oil in the pan and bake on 400 degrees for 20 minutes and then I put it on broil for a few minutes for additional crisp.

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Needless to say there are no leftovers!

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  1. I’ve never tried homemade onion rings, but I love how quick and easy this recipe looks. Thanks for sharing!

  2. It’s funny, I don’t really like onions but I LOVE onion rings! These look super-easy and tasty, will definitely give them a try.

  3. Yeah for Almond Milk!!! We love cooking with Almond milk. Always makes everything taste better! These look fantastic! The husband loves onion rings. I need to try this for him.

  4. These look so fun and yummy! I will definitely have to try them.

  5. I’ve never made baked onion rings…my husband loves the fried variety (they are so good). But for health purposes, I would try this recipe in a heart beat!!

  6. mm those look tasty i need to try aand make them !

  7. these look easy enough for me to handle. my hubby would be thrilled to come home to homemade onion rings!

  8. My husband loves onion rings and thinks he should eat them with everything. Hopefully we can try these and he’ll like them as much or more than the fried ones he usually eats.

  9. This sounds so easy! We always fry onion rings, but I’d love to switch it up and bake them next time.

  10. I love onion rings but have never tried making them at home. Sounds like a yummy dish!

  11. These sound delicious!

  12. Those look like a great alternative to fried! I made baked mozzarella sticks once that were yummy! Don’t you love it when you can indulge in junkfood that isn’t QUITE so bad for you?

  13. This looks easy enough to try at home. I think I could do it!

  14. Hmm… we can’t do the almond milk because of allergies, but I’ll see how it works with skim 🙂

  15. This looks absolutely delicious!! I need to try these asap!!!

  16. this is on the menu for tonight~! My daughter will be sending you good wishes when I sit this in front of her:))

    thanks bunches

  17. Hi, these onion rings look so good and I bet taste delicious. You used healthy ingredients and I am looking forward to making these. I saw it on friday food frenzy.
    Julie from julieslifestyle.blogspot.com

  18. Gale McCarron says:

    I’m not a big fan of fried foods either so as soon as this recipe caught my eye I had to check it out. Looks easy enough so we”ll be trying it here. Thanks!

  19. Tracie Trump says:

    Look easy and tasty, want to make them soon

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