I accidentally got two of these bags in my grocery

I accidentally got two of these bags in my grocery curbside pick up order and wh…

I accidentally got two of these bags in my grocery curbside pick up order and when I reported it to the store they told me to keep them. What can I do with them besides the obvious green bean casserole?



thank for the original creator Megan Fallin

35 thoughts on “I accidentally got two of these bags in my grocery curbside pick up order and wh…”

  1. Add them to soups, salads, sandwiches, burgers, wraps, etc. Anywhere you might want some onion-y crunch.

  2. So good on garden salads.
    And on burgers/ and French/swiss dips.
    Chicken breast, grilled mushroom, bacon, Swiss, tomato, fried onions in a wrap drizzled with ranch.
    On a bbq/ranch salad with grilled steak, bacon, fried onions

  3. On burgers, salads, sandwiches, anything you want a crunch. They’re so good! I mix them in cottage cheese sometimes too

  4. Ciera-CiCi Williams

    I put them in my salad, or my serving of mashed potatoes. I’m guilty of even just grabbing a handful of them to munch on 😅

  5. Kimberly Griffin

    I use them in salads on burgers and I could really just sit and eat them I love them so much.

  6. Burgers salads pork chops…..or just eat them plain…..did that when I was pregnant. Tried it afterwards…..it’s actually really good. Not healthy of course but oh well!

  7. Google French onion chicken and rice. You’ll need one bag, but I like them so I could have used two. Easy and really good

  8. Great on chicken. I coat the chicken with seasoning and a little mayo and coat with the tenders. My family’s fav

  9. Chicken Alfredo!!
    Boneless chicken breast, roll in egg then crumble up your onions. Roll the chicken in the onion and bake for 30-45 min on 450. Take it and layer chicken with Alfredo sauce then put back in oven for 10 min or so. Take out and you have the best chicken Alfredo ever!! Mom makes this for me as a comfort meal. Pairs well with mashed potatoes and gravy and buscuits!!

  10. Danielle Robinson

    I love to use them in my salads and to crush them up and add them to my bread crumbs. It adds SOOOO MUCH flavor

  11. Delish sprinkled on top of ramen, ground up and put in meatloaf, on top of burgers and chicken sandwiches, in wraps. So good!!

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