10ouncesapricot jamI found some with no icky ingredients or raspberry jam is good too.
1cupmayonnaiseUse homemade mayo if possible to avoid the soybean oil and preservatives in store-bought, OR if you just don't think you would make this mayo recipe, or sometimes need a quicker option, here's the only jar of mayo I buy in a pinch. You may have to keep checking back, they've been out of stock, sorry! I've also made it without the mayo and it was still really good!
In a medium sized frying pan (we like cast iron), cook the onions in butter or coconut oiluntil they're caramelized and golden brown. Stir in the salt, garlic powder, mayo, and jam, then spoon the mixture over the chicken.
Bake 30-45 minutes at *350 or 'til it's no longer pink in the middle of the thickest piece. Don't overcook or it'll be dry. It should be tender enough to cut with your fork. It gets a bit watery on the bottom, but just scoop it out with a slatted spatula.