Recipe by JILLENA
"This is a unique twist on two favorites: pizza and cheeseburgers! It is super fast to make, and you can easily add your favorite burger toppings such as lettuce and tomato. This is a family favorite and disappears fast!"
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ground beef chuck
ground black pepper
prepared yellow mustard
1 (14 ounce)
pre-baked pizza crust
1 1/2 cups
shredded mozzarella cheese
shredded sharp Cheddar cheese
dill pickle slices
What do you make when you're short on time and need to make dinner in a hurry? This would be it! It's basically a hybrid of two all time favorites pizza and cheeseburgers- what could be easier or better, right? I added a little garlic to the ground beef and sauteed the onion along with it. I used all reduced fat shredded cheddar cheese (about a cup and a half) and left out the mozzarella altogether. I definitely added the optional shredded lettuce and chopped tomato along with the dill pickle slices. And, while I have to admit that while I love pizza and I love cheeseburgers I think I'll stick to them separately. (Even though my husband loved it) This a really good recipe for a quick meal!
Used my own pizza dough, we grilled them on the gas grill, since too hot for the oven. Everybody said, "It taste just like a cheeseburger"...must have been good because four of us ate the whole two pizzas. Fun meal, thanks.
This was really good! We had bought a cheeseburger pizza from a local pizza shop awhile back and liked it. I did a search and found this recipe. It was very similar to the pizza we had bought so I expected it to taste a little different. I made a few adjustments--used 1 lb. of meat and less pickles (sprinkled them on top before baking like the pizza shop had done). Thanks for the recipe!
It worked so well. I did add some steak seasoning to the meat while cooking, to give it a bit more flavour, and I used my own homemade dough instead of a bought crust. I would have never thought of using a ketchup and mustard mix as the sauce,something so simple but it really pulled it together. I am so making this again.
We loved this!!! We followed the directions exactly, except we added bacon as well. The only thing we would change is to split up the cheese and put part under the meat/onion combo and part on top. Will definitely make often!
My husband said this was so good! I will be keeping this as a family recipe. Thanks for sharing!!!
I took some liberty with this recipe, but the end result was really, really good. I used my own homemade crust and I used homemade sauce in lieu of the mustard and catsup. I also added cooked crumbled bacon to make it a bacon cheeseburger pizza! Yum! The dill pickles and the addition of bacon takes this pizza over the top in my opinion. Thanks for sharing this recipe, JILLENA!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
True Cheeseburger Pizza
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 309
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