Candied Onions (for people who don’t like onions)


Let me preface this by saying, I do not like onions, but I will eat these candied onions any day of the week! Just trust me and try them!


Onions (1 per person)

1 tablespoon Butter*

1+ tablespoon Brown Sugar*

1 Chicken Bullion Cube*

*use per onion


Candied Onions Step 1Step 1: Start by peeling the onions.

Step 2: Core the Onions and slice into quarters BUT do not slice all the way through leave it connected at the bottom. (I use this apple corer it makes it super easy!)

Candied Onions Step 2-3

Step 3: Place 1 bullion cube in the center of each onion.

Candied Onions Step 4Step 4: Cut (about) a tablespoon of butter and shove some inside over the bullion cube and place the remaining on top.

Candied Onions Step 5

Step 5: Pile that brown sugar on top (I usually put more than 1 tablespoon.) The bigger the onion the more butter and brown sugar I put. It’s really an exact science.

Candied Onions Step 6

Step 6: Wrap each individual onion up on foil and bake at 400 degrees for 30-45 minutes. You will smell when they are ready (exact science, I’m tellin’ ya).

Step 7: Enjoy the sweet goodness that is candied onions.

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Madison O
Madison is a Texas A&M Graduate who is beginning her 6th year as a Technical Theatre teacher and 3rd year at Gregory-Portland High School. She and her wife moved to the coastal bend to be closer to family as they began the fertility process to grow their family. Madison and her wife were thrilled to welcome their daughter, Amelia, to the family in May via Reciprocal IVF. Madison has also begun working toward her Masters degree in Educational Administration at TAMUCC (gotta keep it in the Aggie family!) Talk about one busy mama! Madison enjoys time outside and has always loved to write for her own personal blog in her free time. She is so excited to start this new adventure of motherhood and to be joining the wonderful community of Corpus Christi Moms on the blog!