Homemade Dry Onion Soup Mix


Don’t ever buy Dry Lipton Onion Soup Mix again! This is my copycat version of one pouch of Dry Lipton Onion Soup Mix. My husband and I can’t tell the difference when using my version and is it a whole lot cheaper.

I only make one pouch serving at a time. A lot of the other copycat recipes make a large quantity and then you scoop out the amount you need. I don’t care how hard you shake that jar, the ingredients never come out right! Use my recipe just like you would use any single Dry Onion Soup Mix. However, whenever I use my Homemade Dry Onion Soup Mix, I don’t add any salt to my recipes because there is plenty of salt already in the bouillon to make up for it.

Click on the link below to see the step by step instructions with pictures and a printable recipe card.


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  1. I had no idea you could make soup mix at home! I have an allergy to the soup mixes here and I love soup but I hate making the whole thing from scratch! It’s so time consuming! This is just great!

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    • Heck yes! You can make anything they make in the store. Did you knows powdered sugar is just granulated sugar run through a food processor? Think how much they charge for a bag of powdered sugar per pound and it’s just regular sugar. Brown sugar is granulated sugar with molasses added.

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  2. There’s a well known brand in Australia that do the most amazing French onion soup mix that is a staple in my late mum’s spinach dip, but for love nor money they just do not sell it on the UK… might have to resort to your recipe… hope people like dip😉

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