KETO BACON ONION RINGS, a sweet and spicy explosion of flavor. Eat them on top of a juicy burger, snack or as an appetizer. Since they’ll disappear lightning fast so they’re fun to make and that’s a good.


  • Cookie Sheet with edges
  • Parchment
  • Toothpicks


  • 12 -15 Rings onion – (3- 3.5 inches across & ⅓ to ½ inch thick).
  • 1 pound bacon
  • ¾ cup Allulose
  • ½ teaspoon cayenne pepper
  • ½ teaspoon granulated garlic


With a layer of parchment, prepare TWO sheet pans. Whisk together the granulated garlic, cayenne pepper, allulose in a pie plate, until it gets combined.

So that you have about 12-15 double slices of onion rings, slice your onions. For another use, reserve the smaller leftover onion slices.

Preheat oven to 375°F.

Take one slice of bacon and without breaking it, gently stretch it.

Against a double onion ring, hold one edge of the bacon and wrap it around the onion, by about ⅛ of an inch just barely overlapping the bacon(Overlapping should be kept to a minimum).

Use a second strip(If needed), to finish wrapping the onion. (if possible)None or very little onion should be showing through.

To secure the ends of the bacon to the onion, use a toothpick or two. In the bowl of sweetener mixture, place the bacon wrapped onion ring. Dip, flip and over the onion ring use a spoon to sprinkle the mixture to ensure the entire thing is covered generously.

Place on the parchment prepared pan(onion rings should not touch). They need space to get crispy.

Do same with remaining onion rings & bacon.

Before gently flipping the Onion Rings, bake for TWENTY FIVE minutes. Until the bacon is crispy and deeply colored, bake for another 20 to 30 minutes. Lined with a brown paper bag, transfer to a plate. For at least FIVE minutes, cool in a single layer to crisp further before serving.

Let the onion rings drain on a plain plate if you don’t have a brown paper bag.