2-Ingredient Bacon-Wrapped Onion Rings in the Air Fryer
Hungry for crispy onion rings?
Skip the carb-filled breading and try them with BACON! Yep, I recently tried wrapping sliced onion with bacon, and I LOVED it. The result is a delicious and satisfying low-carb appetizer, perfect for keto snacking!
Trust me, you’ll be craving these keto bacon-wrapped onion rings all the time.
The air fryer is my favorite kitchen gadget!
I use my air fryer any chance I can, especially when it’s warm outside and I don’t want to heat up the house with the oven on, and I loved using it for this idea! The bacon cooks up nice and crispy while the onion gets tender. This is such an easy 2-ingredient idea that tastes great, too!
Tips for making the best keto bacon-wrapped onion rings:
- To keep toothpicks from burning, throw them in a bowl and soak them in water for a few minutes before inserting them into the bacon-wrapped onion slices.
- Use thinner cut bacon because it cooks faster and makes wrapping the onions easier.
- You can use the largest rings from two onions and re-use the remaining parts in another recipe.
2-Ingredient Bacon-Wrapped Onion Rings
yield: 4 SERVINGS
prep time: 10 MINUTES
cook time: 14 MINUTES
total time: 24 MINUTES
Crispy bacon wrapped onion rings baked right in the air fryer as a yummy keto snack!
- one large yellow onion
- 12 slices of thin cut bacon
Wow, these are YUMMO!
In my home, we love basically anything wrapped in bacon, and these onion rings will not disappoint! This easy air fryer recipe would be great for entertaining, whether you’re feeding your family or want to impress your friends on game day. I love making a batch for a quick late-night snack when I want something crunchy, but still wanna keep it keto!
Check out what my teammate Jenna had to say after making these onion rings:
“This is officially my new favorite snack! As if onions rings couldn’t get any better, let’s replace the breading with bacon?! Yes, this is so good! Thanks to the easy-to-follow tips, this was simple to make a nice size batch too!
I did end up using thick-cut bacon (it’s all I had) and it worked, but I think a thin cut as suggested would definitely be the better route as it’s easier to work with and crisps up faster. For the dipping sauce, I mixed my favorite sugar-free ketchup with my favorite sugar-free bbq sauce! YUM!”