The Deliciousness That Is @Onioncrunch Review & Giveaway



I first had Onion Crunch last year when my husband brought home a huge container from one of his work trips. He kept on telling me I just had to try it and that he would  bet anything that I'd be a fan. He was right. As soon as I had some I became an instant fan trying these toppings on just about any type of food.

When I got the opportunity to share with you lovely readers and help spread the word about Onion Crunch, I quickly hopped on it. I was sent two containers of onion crunch along with a few travel packets, which didn't last long in this house. The hubby took them to work the following day and put them in his break room to share with his co-workers.



If you're not sure what Onion Crunch is, let me do the honor in telling you about these bad boys. They are crispy onion toppings that are made from fresh peeled, washed, cut and battered onions. If you thought grilled onions were good on food, these are going to make your day. They can be topped on just about all sorts of foods. I've had them on hamburgers, hot dogs, baked potatoes, salads and have even used them to make a green bean casserole, they're that good! I love the crunchiness and flavor it adds to your meal and that they're okay for us folks that are trying to loose weight. For just two tablespoons, if you're on weight watchers, onion crunch is just one point, that's fantastic, you can eat great while loosing weight, love it!  

Disclosure: All opinions are my own. I received the above mentioned products at no cost for the purpose of this review. No other compensation was received. A big thank you to the Company for providing the giveaway prize!

49 comments:

  1. burgers, maybe.

    livelovelaughwithleslieblog at gmail dot com

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  2. I would put Onion Crunch in my twice baked potatoes and on my lunch salads!

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  3. I would put Onion Crunch on my salad.

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  4. I would sprinkle these on top of scalloped potatoes or on a salad.

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  5. I would put them on boring mashed potatoes

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  6. I have a chicken casserole recipe that I make & Onion Crunch would work perfectly on the top.
    My rafflecopter name is Julie G.

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  7. Hmm, I made a comment when the contest first opened, but I don't see it...I don't want to be disqualified.
    My answer: I'd put it on hot dogs (that is a very Danish thing to do).
    Cheers.

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  8. I would put them on salads and I would also try them on a baked potato.

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  9. I`d put these on salads. And I`d try them on top of casseroles too. (Alison Braidwood)

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  10. baked potatoes for sure!

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  11. probably salad and some of my chilis

    annabee818@yahoo.com

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  12. noodles! or rice.
    rafflecopter - Yan Deng

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  13. I'd definitely have it to doctor up some homemade burgers. Thanks so much.

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  14. I would put Onion Crunch on top of casseroles and ontop of burgers and hotdogs!

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  15. I would put it on salads,
    rafflecopter name: Tammy Dalley

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  16. salads
    jessicawedwards@gmail.com

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  17. I would put it in my mac & cheese!

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  18. I would add them to my grilled cheese sandwiches! YUM!

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  19. I would add them to baked, mashed, or scallopped potatoes.

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  20. Try them in an omelet. Inside the burger paaty, then grilled:)Use them as a fish coating. Crunchy and different.

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  21. I would put Onion Crunch on salads.

    Adina H.

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  22. Sound like a nice add to chicken penne alfredo and garlic cream sauce.

    msdickinson28 at hotmail dot com

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  23. Put it all over the next pizza you get delivered to your home! Really kicks it up a notch!

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  24. on my salad, or maybe a casserole

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  25. I buy these veggie steamers with broccoli & cauliflower with cheese sauce. I like to sprinkle french fried onions on top.

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  26. I would put it on my hamburgers.

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  27. I would put them on salads and baked potatoes

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  28. I think it'd be great on my salads!

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  29. rice salad pasta!!! yummy

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  30. I would try it on casseroles and salads. dwelchert@yahoo.com

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  31. I'd put these on salads.
    xjanelle at hotmail dot com

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  32. Salad!! I'm craving a caesar.. I think it would taste good!

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  33. It would be a good topping on baked potatoes, salads, and even soup- I'm making a creamy potato and cauliflower soup tomorrow that would be good for some onion crunch.

    Elise-- lakergirl2113@yahoo.com

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