Keto Recipes

Onion Cheese Rings

These Onion Cheese Rings, suitable for Weight Watchers, are the ideal Super Bowl snack. To get the familiar crunchiness of onion rings without adding unnecessary ingredients, the secret is cooking these delectable, cheesy ones.

Tips for making this recipe:

Instead of frying your onion rings, try baking them to cut down on the number of calories they contain. You can make more cripsy by adding it to the microwave.

Onion Cheese Rings


  • Flour: 1/4 cup.
  • Cheese string: 4 pieces.
  • Eggs: 1
  • Bread crumbs: 13 cups.
  • Onion: 1/2 cup.


  1. Set a cookie sheet lined with a paper towel and preheat the microwave to 375F.
  2. Chop your onion into rings; each ring requires two pieces, one of which must be able to slide easily inside the other.
  3. Each cheese string should have four long sections.
  4. After nestling the smaller ring within the larger one, bind the two rings together with two strands of cheese thread.
  5. Put your flour and bread crumbs on different dishes, then whisk your egg in a small basin.
  6. The onion ring should be delicately dipped in flour, eggs, and crumbs.
  7. This can be difficult, and a ring may occasionally break apart. Add all the things very perfectly, and then combine them smoothly.
  8. Put on a baking sheet and bake for twelve minutes, then flip the oven and continue baking for an additional eight minutes.
  9. Depending on the size of the rings, six to eight of them should be covered with egg, flour, and crumbs.
  10. See it and enjoy it.
  • These crunchy fried onion rings combine two of the tastiest snacks. You’ll get a melty but crunchy feel from the string cheese in the center. It oozes deliciousness and goodness.
  • Serve your onion rings right away from the stove to avoid them becoming mushy. To crisp them back up, reheat any leftovers a few moments in the air burner.

Frequently Asked Questions:


Do we utilize ordinary breadcrumbs with Pinko?
  • Yes, if you don’t have Pinko, you may use conventional breadcrumbs instead. The onion rings have a crispier texture because pinko breadcrumbs are bigger and lighter than regular breadcrumbs. Although the WW points may vary, you can also use crushed pork rinds or cornflakes crumbs.
Nutritional facts:

Fat: 1 g.

Fiber: 16 g.

Calories: 153 kcal.

Unsaturated fat: 23.3 g

Sugar: 0 g

Protein: 9 g

Carbs: 41 g.

Cholesterol: 0 mg

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