Whole Roasted Crock Pot Onions

I am trying to keep with my crock pot New Years resolution!! (Aka just use it more bc it’s so darn easy!). Sometimes you just want to have some simple dinner- but with today’s post you can still use your crock pot and make that meal extra gourmet. I quickly cut off the heads and bottoms of the onions and popped them in the crock pot with seasoning and immediately brought the bar higher with dinner! You can eat these onions as a side or even cut them up and throw in a salad or tacos. Lots of ideas but all are sure to be tasty with these onion additions. They get all caramelized and yummy (and way healthier than your bloomin’ onion).

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First cut off the top and bottom of your onions so they can sit upright in the crock pot.

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Next I added about a tablespoon of coconut to the top of each onion.

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And then a sprig of rosemary to the top of those dollops.

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Lastly I drizzled a little olive oil on the onions and topped with salt and pepper.

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Cook in crock pot until golden and caramelized, about 5 hours at high.

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Ah even better than a blooming onion!!

xo

Sam

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Whole Roasted Crock Pot Onions

You can eat these onions as a side or even cut them up and throw in a salad or tacos. Lots of ideas but all are sure to be tasty with these onion additions. They get all caramelized and yummy (and way healthier than your bloomin' onion).

Course: Appetizer, Condiments, Dinner, Gluten Free, Lunch, Side Dish, Snack, Tapas, vegetarian
Cuisine: Aussie, Australian, Gluten Free, Vegetarian
Servings: 5 people
Ingredients
  • 5 whole onions
  • 7 sprigs Rosemary
  • 6 heaping tbsp coconut oil
  • olive oil (enough to drizzle over the onions)
  • salt and pepper to taste
Instructions
  1. First cut off the top and bottom of your onions so they can sit upright in the crock pot.

  2. Next I added about a tablespoon of coconut to the top of each onion.

  3. And then a sprig of rosemary to the top of those dollops.

  4. Lastly I drizzled a little olive oil on the onions and topped with salt and pepper.

  5. Cook in crock pot until golden and caramelized, about 5 hours at high.

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