Recipe by KRAFT Shredded Cheese
"These hearty grilled burgers are seasoned with barbecue sauce, stuffed with cheese and bacon, and served on buns with dressing, onion slices, and more bacon."
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extra lean ground beef
Premium Plus Crackers, finely crushed
KRAFT Original Barbecue Sauce
KRAFT Double Cheddar Shredded Cheese
Oscar Mayer Real Bacon Recipe Pieces, divided
Miracle Whip Dressing
KRAFT singles slices
slices red onion, separated into rings
I made these with just a couple of changes. I used Ritz crackers and topped the burgers with BBQ sauce instead of Miracle Whip. Cooked on the George Foreman grill and they turned out pretty good. They were very filling, but the meat was reminiscent of meatloaf, I guess because of the crushed crackers. I would make them again, but I would decrease or maybe even leave out the cracker crumbs.
The flavor was pretty good, but my burgers fell apart when we turned them over and it took awhile to assemble since I used real bacon.
I let my husband take over on this one, he didnt use any crackers or the egg in the beef mix. He cooked his own bacon and used texas pit bbq sauce. we didnt put any cheese on top, only in the middle with the bacon. Im not one for a super fattening meal but these were good. Hubby was over the moon!
I have to say, best burger I ever made. I did slitely seasoned the patties with black pepper.
I'm a "Low Carb" man and although I occasionally have bread and such... I wanted to try this burger with a bun.
It was great. I did go light on the BBQ Sauce, though aside from that, it's easy to prepare and a tasty twist on a classic burger. Also, this is affordable and able to make ahead of time for freezing and enjoying on a busy day.
These were really good burgers! We topped them with fried onions and the usual burger toppings.
LOVE THEM! So delicious and easy to make. I heated the bbq sauce before adding to meat mixture and used 8 saltine crackers instead of 14 as instructed per some of the reviews I read about the burgers being reminiscent of meatloaf. I did not use miracle whip or onion- my boyfriend isn't a big fan of either. I used McCormik bacon bits and they were just okay, next time I'll use real bacon or add real bacon on top. Used the George Foreman, about 5 minutes did it for each burger, 6 minutes for larger burgers. I made 3 burgers by winging the quantities a bit.
Added a little garlic powder & onion salt and used 1/2 the amount of crackers (Ritz), crumbled bacon & Habanero cheese. Delicious!!! ??
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