Debra, onions cooked or raw are no no`s...as for the white chocolate-I wouldnt take any chances..I feel guilty for giving those little cheese cracker gold fish to my birds lol because of the salt content & preservatives, even though they love them, sometimes I think we can killl our babes with too much lovin comfort foods once in a while they get a goldfish cracker though! I just cant help it!
More cookies for Debra then! ;D No way I'd share my cookies!! Hehe!
About onions, I ocassionally (like, once every three months!) give my quails the greeny tips from spring onions. But only the very leafy bits. They quite like them but I realise they're not very good for them so they get those bits as a treat.
Real chocolate contains cocoa and theobromine which is the problem ingredient in chocolate, particularly dark chocolate for birds...dogs etc.
White Chocolate has cocoa butter,but no actual cocoa solids ( the dark stuff),which is what contains the theobromine.
So it would be safe to give your bird White Chocolate since it is not really chocolate but it has lots of fat which our birds don't need anyway just like us humans. But I would eat the white chocolate myself in order to keep my birdies healthy.