Keto French onion dip
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Delicious, healthy, simple and pure low carb this french onion dip tastes amazing. LCHF, keto, banting compiant, diabetic friendly, lunchbox friendly, quick and easy to prepare, try it today!
- 50 g raw peeled onion
- 20 g extra virgin olive oil
- 150 g cream cheese
- 80 g Greek natural yoghurt or sour cream
- ¼ tsp Himalayan salt
- Place onion into the mixer, chop 3 seconds / speed 5 / mc on
- Scrape down, add oil cook 2 minutes / varoma temp / speed 1 / mc off
- Add remaining ingredients and blend 20 seconds / speed 4 / mc on
- Scrape down and blend 10 seconds / speed 3 / mc on
- It will be ever so slightly warm but can be chilled or eaten immediately
- Store refrigerated 5-6 days
Non thermo instructions
- Dice onion and saute in oil until translucent, cool
- With a fork, or in a blender, add remaining ingredients and mix well
*Recipe can be doubled
Keto French onion dip
Amount Per Serving (75 g)
Calories 165 Calories from Fat 155
% Daily Value*
Saturated Fat 8.8g44%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
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11 comments on “Keto French onion dip”
Tastes just like storebought without all the nasties, fantastic recipe, thanks ladies!
Just about to make this recipe for the second time… what a fabulous tasting French onion dip!! Thanks so much for the recipe!!!
I made it with a lot more onion, 50g just seems to small an amount?
Love this! Best ever.
Love this recipe. I also caramelize my onions sometimes just to change it up a bit. So easy to make.
This dip is so good. Easy to make & amazing to eat. I make it once a week!
Wow – tastes great. Quick, easy and almost tearless ? Thank you
Best french onion dip I have ever made! Next time I am doubling the recipe! Thanks
This is so easy and soooo much nicer than the bought version, or one made with those 70s era soup mix. It’s hard to stop eating it!
This recipe is amazing!
I make it at least once a week – a staple in my fridge for me to have if I want a quick snack, and it is always served when we have guests over!
Love this easy dip recipe. Great to have in the fridge ready to go