Onion Dip is a savory snack that will please your family and friends. Crack open a bag of chips and dig in!
Onion Dip - The perfect way to dip
I’m always on the hunt for a gluten free french onion dip. Why? Because I love the taste. There’s just something so delicious about this dip….and I’m so glad that I’ve discovered this dip recipe.
If you’ve been following along with me and my story, you know that I’m a busy mom who always seems to be on the go. But sometimes, I just wanna slow down and enjoy something delicious, like this gluten-free french onion dip recipe.
Not only do I love the taste, but I love how simple this is to make as well. It’s seriously crazy simple and takes literally no time at all!
If you love onion flavor you have to make these Air Fryer Onion Rings too!
Gluten-free french onion dip - perfect for sharing
One other great feature of this gluten-free onion dip is that it’s seriously perfect for sharing! From sports parties to holiday gatherings, it’s so easy to take and share.
All you need to pack along with it is some potato chips or tortilla chips and you’ve got quite the amazing appetizer for everyone to snack on!
Another great way to eat this dip is to cut up some celery, broccoli, and carrots and dip your veggies in it as well! That crunch with this flavor is seriously so good!
Don’t forget about Superbowl parties as well! You seriously can’t go wrong with this gluten-free french onion dip recipe.
Homemade is always better!
Anytime I have the option to make anything homemade, I am on it. Try heading to the store and finding a vegan french onion dip…it’s probably not going to happen.
But, when I can make it homemade myself with simple ingredients, you can bet that I’m 100% onboard!
Plus, my kids actually prefer this dairy-free onion dip over store-bought varieties. And that to me, is an absolute win!
Looking for a replacement for those store made French Onion Dip brands that are full of things we can't or shouldn't eat? Yeah, me too!
This recipe is gluten free, dairy free and nut free.
It is also free from gelatin, which I have often found in store brands. This recipe is very easy to make and travels well.
Cooking Tips for Onion Dip
Gather your 4 ingredients and get started! Yes, you read that right..this dairy free french onion dip is only 4 ingredients! How many other homemade recipes can say that? (none...if recipes could talk)
Make certain that you let your onions cook and be really caramelized. You want them to be noticeable that they are in the recipe, but not overpowering it entirely. (Aren’t onions so delicious?!)
As you are adding in the garlic salt, you can taste the dip.
However, I caution you about adding more. Let the dip chill for an hour or so then taste test again.
It gives time for the flavors to blend together. It is easy to overdo it with the garlic salt!
Be prepared...your taste buds are going to love this dip! I think it’s a safe bet to say that you won’t be able to stop after just one dip....but remember, no double dipping allowed! If you want to double dip then you need to just make up your own batch for yourself to enjoy!
It will be the star of the party, IF you choose to share it! I adapted this recipe Give it a try, you will love it!
Without further ado....here is the best Onion Dip recipe...ever!
Onion Dip – Perfect for late night snacking!
- Saute onions with olive oil.
- Continue to cook onions until they have caramelized. I had to stir frequently and it took about 12 minutes. Then transfer to a plate to cool.
- Mix together the remaining ingredients. When onions are cooled, add them to the mixture.
- Chill for a couple of hours. Serve!
All though this website attempts to provide accurate nutritional information, the information should only be considered an estimate. Varying factors such as different product types, different brands, etc. can change nutritional information. It is your responsibility as a consumer to read all labels to make sure the ingredients fit your dietary needs as well as calculate your own nutritional information as a double check.
Leave me a comment telling me your favorite kind of dip! Is it Onion Dip?