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A cheeseburger from Gott's Roadside in San Francisco.

The Daily Meal's editors, contributors, and readers dig into some pretty great restaurants, festivals, and meals. There's not always enough time to give a full review of a restaurant or describe in depth why a place, its food, and the people who prepare it are noteworthy, so Snackshot of the Day does what photographs do best, rely on the image to do most of the talking.

Today's Snackshot is of a cheeseburger from Gott's Roadside in San Francisco. Today is the day after the Super Bowl, and if there's anything more American than watching the Super Bowl (whether it be for the game, the commercials, or Beyoncé), it's being hungover the next day. There were two things on my mind this morning: tonight's episode of The Bachelor, and grease. For breakfast, a greasy egg sandwich, for lunch greasy pizza, and for dinner a greasy cheeseburger. Great, now I'm drooling all over my keyboard.

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Mini Garlic Cheeseburgers – Recipe for Game Day

Watching the Big Game? Get the recipe for mini garlic cheeseburgers to feed your entire crowd. These cheeseburgers will be the talk of the party. You won’t believe how easy they are to make!

The best part of football season has got to be the food. Whether you love dips and appetizers or chicken wings and sliders, game day food is simply the best. When it comes to feeding a crowd, I like recipes that are not only easy but also delicious. Today I’m sharing with you how to make one of my favorite game day recipes. My family loves to eat mini cheeseburgers especially while watching a big game. Below you’ll find an easy way to make mini garlic cheeseburgers for a crowd.

Mini Garlic Cheeseburger Recipe for Game Day

  • 2 lbs of ground beef
  • 1 tbsp dried minced onions
  • 1 tsp of minced fresh garlic
  • 2 tbsp of Worcestershire sauce
  • 12 dinner rolls or potato rolls
  • 6 slices of Colby and Monterrey Jack Cheese

In a preheated nonstick pan, cook burgers on medium-high heat. Once one side begins to brown, flip the burger with a spatula and continue cooking until cooked all the way through. Cooking times will vary. Burgers will be done meat is no longer pink in the center. OR….These mini burgers can also be cooked on an indoor grill like this Hamilton Beach Indoor Grill. Simply place each burger patties onto the bottom plate of the preheated (450°F) indoor grill, press the top plate down, and cook until burgers are done.

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Take your Mini Garlic Cheeseburgers on-the-go!

Did you make the mini garlic cheeseburger recipe above? Are you going to a party for the big game? To make this recipe travel friendly, after the burgers come out of the oven place the assembled burgers back into the bag that the dinner rolls came in. The dinner roll bag will help to keep the burgers warm and the buns soft while they journey to their next destination.

Mini Garlic Cheeseburger Recipe for Game Day

This Mini Garlic Cheeseburger Recipe + Homemade French Fries = a Perfect Game Day Meal

If you liked this recipe? You are going to LOVE this one! Learn how I make Homemade French Fries and the secret to The Best (most addicting) Seasoning Salt. These french fries go perfectly with the mini garlic cheeseburgers recipe and are so easy to make!

Do you have a recipe that you like to serve your family and friends during Game Time?

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These look so very yummy! I featured your recipe in my Saturday Morning Coffee Cafe post this week. Have a great weekend!

Awesome! Thank you so much, Dori. I’ll take a look.

What is the green seasoning on top of buns?

Just some dried parsley for color.

After you bake them and they are all ready, how do they stay warm & fresh for tailgating? Could you do everything except the last step (melted garlic butter over top. bake for 5 min) the night before, then do this last step the morning of, wrap individually in foil and put in cooler to stay warm?
Im trying to figure out if they would get soggy or if they would be ok….Do you know?

I am not entirely sure as I have not tried that. However, if I were to pack and travel with them that sounds like how I would more than likely do it. I would imagine that the foil would help to “steam” the burgers during travel so that the buns would stay nice and soft. Whenever we pack hotdogs for baseball games, we cook them then wrap them in aluminum foil and place in an insulated cooler. When it comes time to eat them at the game, the hotdogs are warm and the buns are soft.

Let me know if you try it out and what your results were. Thanks for commenting!

does the patty sog the bun while in the oven?

They did not make the buns soggy when I did this. If it is a concern for you, you could try lightly patting the patties with a paper towel to remove any excess moisture before adding them to your buns.

Loved this recipe. I use my own burger recipe and after frying them lie them on paper towel to soak up any excess grease. They were amazing and were having them a second time today with Hawaiian buns this time!!

This looks delicious! I am excited to try :) I have a game day dessert to pair it with. Hope you enjoy!


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Eat cheeseburgers all day! To celebrate Cheeseburger Day, here are 4 we love, plus recipes

Craving a cheeseburger for lunch or dinner? Why not have one at both meals today? Consider it your duty, since September 18th is National Cheeseburger Day.

Time for a quick folklore lesson: According to urban legend, the first cheeseburger was made between 1924 and 1926 when a homeless man suggested that a slice of cheese be added to his hamburger. The chef who took the order was named Lionel Sternberger (is the second half of his last name just a coincidence?), and he then added the cheeseburger to his menu. Nowadays, most chefs who like having customers are smart enough to offer some version of a cheeseburger at their restaurant. Here are a few of our current favorites, plus expert tips and recipes.

The Empire cheeseburger

Let’s face it—not many people are brave enough to take on Bobby Flay, but Chef Amanda Freitag had the chops to go grill-to-grill with him on “Iron Chef America.” The New Jersey native is not only a judge on Food Network’s “Chopped” and a contributing chef on The Cooking Channel’s “Unique Eats,” but she’s also the head chef of New York City’s iconic Empire Diner. And the only thing better than a cheeseburger from a diner is a cheeseburger from a diner made by a talented celebrity chef.

Freitag says the first and foremost tip in cooking anything is starting with fresh, high-quality ingredients. “Once you have that, our ultimate cheeseburger tip is all about the technique,” she adds. “Here at Empire Diner, we believe in our old-school griddle for the best sear and to retain the most moisture in the meat. At home, a griddle pan is a great alternative." Freitag tops the cheeseburgers with house-made pickles and, of course, special sauce. See below for her recipe.

The Curley cheeseburger

JM Curley's restaurant in Boston is named after James Michael Curley, the former four-time mayor of Bean Town and the one-term governor of Massachusetts. Their traditional burger is a custom blend of chuck, brisket and shank, with roughly 23 percent fat, says chef Christopher Bauers. The 9-ounce beef patties are then seasoned liberally and grilled to order. As for the fixings? Simple and perfect: "Sharp white cheddar cheese, along with house-made pickles, griddled onions and Russian dressing, all on a toasted soft sesame roll,” says Bauers.

He adds that when trying to create the ultimate burger, it's best to put your effort into the ground beef. “People tend to become too focused on extravagant toppings and artisanal buns, and the burger gets lost in ‘the garden,’” he explains. “Take the time to find an amazing ground beef with enough fat, season it well and grill it carefully. And let that poor thing rest for a couple minutes before chomping it down—that way every bite can be as juicy and delicious as the first!” See below for Bauers’ Russian dressing recipe to complement your cheeseburger.

The Meatstick

At first glance, a dish simply named “Meatstick” may not sound terribly appetizing on a menu. But don't be scared off too soon. Robert Phalen, the chef at One Ear Stag in Atlanta, makes his popular double-cheeseburger—named after a never-released Phish song—by mixing grass-fed chuck with ground slab bacon, then pressing the four-ounce patties until they're super-thin. He then grills the burgers and smothers them with his favorite cheese. “The perfect accompaniment is Kraft cheese or, as we call it, ‘government cheese,’” admits Phalen. When it melts it coats the burgers perfectly. The patties then get layered onto a butter-toasted brioche bun.

Phalen has two more tips: “You want a super-hot flat top to produce maximum crispiness and ensure the burger bastes itself in its own fat,” he says. “And the only tool you need is a spatula. I actually prefer a fish spatula, the Lamson Sharp Flexible Fish Spatula, to be exact.”

The Emily cheeseburger

Who would even consider ordering a cheeseburger at a place known for its pizza? Well, New Yorkers might want to rethink their choice when dining at Brooklyn’s Emily, a cozy Italian restaurant owned by a husband and wife team, Emily Hyland and chef Matt Hyland. The cheeseburger debuted on the menu this summer after Matt Hyland—who had previously cooked at NYC’s Public and The Breslin—spent months perfecting it. The end result: An 8-ounce patty called the “LaFrieda blend” (referring to the iconic Pat LaFrieda Meat Purveyors), topped with a house-made barbecue aioli, charred onion, and a homemade pickle on a pan au lait bun.

His choice of cheese is cheddar, but not just any cheddar—four-year Grafton, a crumbly textured cheese handmade in Vermont. And his number one tip for making a tasty cheeseburger? “Use ingredients from local shops. Local bakeries, butchers and cheesemongers carry an array of high-quality products whose tastes really shine through."

Amanda Freitag’s Empire cheeseburger recipe:

  • 2 lb. ground beef burger meat (ideally an 80-20 percent meat-fat ratio)
  • 4 brioche hamburger buns
  • 4 slices sharp cheddar cheese
  • 4 slices raw red onion
  • 4 Boston bibb lettuce leaves
  • 16 slices pickles (recipe below)
  • 1 C. Empire Diner special sauce (recipe below)
  • 1 tablespoon plus 4 teaspoons softened butter

Preheat a griddle pan on medium-high heat. Evenly divide you ground meat into four 8-ounce burger patties.

Coat pan with 1 tablespoon butter. Season burger patties on both sides with salt and pepper, then place patties onto the griddle pan. (Making sure not to overcrowd the pan will help you get the perfect sear.) Allow meat to cook, undisturbed, for 3-5 minutes on each side for medium rare or until you’ve reached the desired temperature. Place a slice of cheddar cheese on each patty during the last 2 minutes of cooking.

Slice brioche buns in half and spread 1 teaspoon of butter on the inside of each bun. Place buttered buns on griddle for 1 minute to toast. To assemble, place the cheesy burger patty on the bottom half of your toasted bun. Add lettuce, sliced red onion, pickles and a generous dollop of special sauce.

Empire Diner's special sauce

  • 1 cup mayonnaise
  • ½ cup ketchup
  • 2 tablespoons chopped cornichon
  • 2 tablespoons small diced shallot
  • 1 tablespoon balsamic vinegar
  • ¼ teaspoon kosher salt
  • ¼ teaspoon fresh ground pepper

Place all ingredients in a bowl. Mix thoroughly.

Christopher Bauers' Russian dressing

  • 2 tablespoons small diced sweet onions
  • 2 tablespoons small diced green pepper
  • 2/3 cup mayonnaise
  • 1/3 cup ketchup

Mix all ingredients well. For a smoother dressing, blend in a food processor.

Matt Hyland’s Emily cheeseburger recipe:

  • 48 ounces high-quality beef blend from your local butcher (80-20 percent meat-fat ratio)
  • 6 buns such as pan au lait, grilled slightly
  • 6 slices of your favorite cheese, for instance Grafton cheddar
  • 1 red onion, sliced
  • 1/2 cup mayonnaise
  • 1/2 cup barbecue sauce
  • kosher salt to taste
  • pepper to taste
  • peanut or safflower oil or any neutral high-heat oil

Preheat the broiler on high. While oven is preheating, make your barbecue aioli by simply whisking even amounts of barbecue sauce and mayo. Refrigerate until ready for burger assembly.

Make 8-ounce patties with the beef when forming the patties, don't overmix the meat. Heavily salt the outside of the burger don't be afraid to season liberally.

Put a cast-iron pan on the stove top, and heat on medium-high heat. Lightly oil the pan until the oil is smoking. Put burger in pan and cook to desired temperature. After crust has formed on bottom, flip once. Keep checking as needed. Once burger is cooked to desired temperature, remove from pan and place on a cooling rack. Let it rest for 5 minutes. While on cooling rack, grate fresh pepper atop the burger and add desired amount of cheese.

While burger is resting, toss onions into residual heat of the pan to soak up all of the flavors. Leave onions in pan. Toast bun and put aside. When burger has finished resting, place back into pan (which still has onions in it) and put under broiler until cheese has melted. Take out and assemble on the aioli-coated bun.

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Happy National Cheeseburger Day! Try one of these 77 delicious cheeseburger recipes today!

For lunch or dinner, America’s favorite sandwich is topped off with a piece of cheese and then enjoyed by millions and celebrated each year on September 18 as it is National Cheeseburger Day.

There are many theories to the beginning of the cheeseburger dating back to the 1920′s. One story suggests that Lionel Sternberger is reputed to have invented the cheeseburger in 1926 while working at his father’s Pasadena, California sandwich shop, “The Rite Spot”. During an experiment, he dropped a slice of American cheese on a sizzling hamburger.

To celebrate National Cheeseburger Day, gather some friends together, start up your barbecue grills, grill some hamburger patties, add your favorite cheese, then enjoy! Or… enjoy one of these “tried and true” cheeseburger recipes, as well as some innovative variations:

Old-Fashioned Cheeseburgers
To grill the burgers, simply roll the patties slightly thicker (3/8 inch) and grill over medium-high heat, 2 minutes per side.

Old-Fashioned Cheeseburgers recipe by Martha Stewart

Homemade Mc Donald’s Old-School Cheeseburger Copycat
This recipe will teach you how to make the world famous McDonald’s cheeseburger at home!

Homemade Mc Donald’s Old-School Cheeseburger Copycat recipe by So Yummy Book

Stuffed Jalapeno Popper Bacon Cheeseburger
Jalapeno poppers are great. Burgers are too. But stuffing a bacon cheeseburger with the flavors of jalapeno poppers is simply pure bliss. Meet the Stuffed Jalapeno Popper Bacon Cheeseburger with Avocado-Jalpeno Ranch Dressing.

Stuffed Jalapeno Popper Bacon Cheeseburger recipe by Shared Appetite

The Ultimate Bacon Cheeseburger
The ultimate bacon cheeseburger with beef cooked in bacon fat, a bacon fat mayonnaise, onions caramelized in bacon fat, buns toasted in bacon fat, and a crisp bacon weave topping.

The Ultimate Bacon Cheeseburger recipe by Serious Eats

Cheeseburgers with Sautéed Mushrooms, Arugula and Dijon Aioli
You can even wrap the leftovers in foil, stuck them in the fridge, then reheat them at 300 degrees for a few minutes before eating. Still incredible.

Cheeseburgers with Sautéed Mushrooms, Arugula and Dijon Aioli recipe by How Sweet It Is

Bacon Chipotle Stuffed Cheeseburger
So what’s a stuffed burger you ask… well it’s a big burger stuffed with all types of fillings and when you bite into it the filling melts in your mouth. This burger is stuffed with a chipotle bacon mixture which is surprisingly quick and easy to make!

Bacon Chipotle Stuffed Cheeseburger recipe by Gimme Delicious

In-N-Out Cheeseburger
A copy-cat version of the popular cheeseburgers from In-N-Out!

In-N-Out Cheeseburger recipe by Life in the Lofthouse

The Best Cheeseburger You Will Ever Eat
If you’ll follow the recipes here carefully for the cheeseburgers and the secret sauce you’ll find yourself with the best tasting cheeseburger that you’ll ever taste in your life.

The Best Cheeseburger You Will Ever Eat recipe by HubPages

Donut Bacon Cheeseburger
This is crazy good. Each bite is a taste explosion of sweet – savory – cheesy – bacon-ness.
You need this in your face.

Donut Bacon Cheeseburger recipe by Jo and Sue

Copycat Steak n’ Shake Garlic Cheeseburger
Have you tried the Steak n’ Shake Double Garlic Cheeseburger yet? Oh my goodness. It is definitely one of the best cheeseburgers I have ever had. This is a copycat version that you can do at home.

Copycat Steak n’ Shake Garlic Cheeseburger recipe by Shari Blogs

Fried Pickle Double Cheeseburgers with Big Mac Sauce
Double cheeseburgers topped with beer-battered fried pickles and homemade special sauce for a play on big macs.

Fried Pickle Double Cheeseburgers with Big Mac Sauce recipe by Cinnamon Spice & Everything Nice

Chile-Stuffed Cheeseburger
The gooey filling for these juicy burgers was inspired by the Mexican dip chile con queso, made with melted cheese and roasted chiles.

Chile-Stuffed Cheeseburger recipe by Food & Wine

Bacon Cheddar Stuffed Cheeseburgers
Using only 5 ingredients (slider buns, ground beef, bacon, habanero cheddar cheese and Worcestershire sauce), this recipe is easy, tasty and spicy!

Bacon Cheddar Stuffed Cheeseburgers recipe by Grilling 24࡭

Bobby Flay’s Crunch Cheeseburger
It might sound radical, but adding water to the pan makes total sense: The steam will help cook the burger through, while preserving moisture at the same time.

Bobby Flay’s Crunch Cheeseburger recipe by Bon Appetit

Perfect Grilled Cheeseburgers with Special Sauce
Chef Matt Jennings shows us how to make the perfect cheeseburger. Lay your perfectly grilled cheeseburger on the saucy bun, garnish with a piece of lettuce and a few slices of onion, and top with perfectly squishy, lightly toasted potato bun.

Perfect Grilled Cheeseburgers with Special Sauce recipe by BuzzFeed

Jack Daniel’s Bacon Cheeseburger
This burger using Jack Daniel’s glaze will turn out absolutely amazing.

Jack Daniel’s Bacon Cheeseburger recipe by ChinDeep

Philly Cheese Burger
What do you get when you take a nice thick juicy burger and add grilled onions, peppers and a beer cheese sauce? A PHENOMENAL PHILLY CHEESE BURGER that’s what!

Philly Cheese Burger recipe by Lady Behind the Curtain

Thin Cheeseburger
Straight out of central casting: a savory, slender patty on a deliciously squishy bun.

Thin Cheeseburger recipe by Martha Stewart

Crockpot Cheeseburgers
These Crockpot Cheeseburgers are slow cooked in melty cheese, chopped garlic pickles, and onions. They are going to become a serious staple in your house when it’s too hot out to cook, or even to grill! Serve them on nice crusty rolls, they’re even great as a filling in wraps. Top them as you would a normal cheeseburger – yum!

Crockpot Cheeseburgers recipe by Mostly Homemade Mom

Ultra-Smashed Cheeseburgers
Classic smashed burgers are all about maximizing that deep, brown crust. But I found myself wondering, what if I were to take this to the extreme? Is there a way I could pack even more flavor into a burger? And thus, the ultra-smashed burger was born. Same burger size, but twice the amount of crisp, browned crust.

Ultra-Smashed Cheeseburgers recipe by Serious Eats

Chicken Fajita Cheeseburger
These ground chicken burgers are stuffed with little bits of jalapeno and spicy pepperjack cheese, then topped with grilled bell peppers, onion, and your favorite fajita toppings.

Chicken Fajita Cheeseburger recipe by Its Yummi

The Famous Husk Cheeseburger
What’s most notable about the Husk cheeseburger is the squishy bun and how wonderful it is to eat the double patty covered in gooey American cheese.

The Famous Husk Cheeseburger recipe by Yahoo! Food

Almost-Famous Animal-Style Burgers
Delicious and filling – you must try these cheeseburgers!

Almost-Famous Animal-Style Burgers recipe by Food Network

Cheesy Party Burgers (AKA Diamond Burgers)
These Cheesy Party Burgers are so fun and ridiculously delicious! They’re great to whip up for a crowd or to just make a weeknight dinner extraordinary. Soft, buttery dinner rolls, seasoned beef, spicy tomatoes and gooey melted cheese all in one hand-held bite. They’re perfect for parties because you can make them the night before and cook them the next day.

Cheesy Party Burgers (AKA Diamond Burgers) recipe by Kevin & Amanda’s Recipes

Cheese Filled Burgers with Barbeque Ranch Dressing
So if you’re looking for a great cheeseburger to try this summer this Cheese Filled Cheeseburger is it! The results are delicious with that gooey cheese surprise in the middle.

Cheese Filled Burgers with Barbeque Ranch Dressing recipe by Domestically Speaking

Easy Cheeseburger Sliders
Burgers are always a summertime favorite, and sliders can be even more fun. This recipe is an easy way to make a big batch of sliders for a group.

Easy Cheeseburger Sliders recipe by Better Recipes

Oven Baked Cheeseburger Sliders
You can enjoy these cheeseburger sliders on a soft bun like Hawaiian rolls or soft dinner rolls, or on cute and tiny Ciabatta rolls. No matter what small roll you use, these cheeseburger sliders will make everyone want another one or two or maybe three.

Oven Baked Cheeseburger Sliders recipe by Princess Pinky Girl

Diner-Style Cheeseburger Sliders
A real slider, as served in the diners of New Jersey, is made from a scant two ounces of beef, pressed thin, cooked on a griddle on a bed of onions, with the buns steamed on top of the meat so that the vapor from the cooking onions passes from the grill, through the beef, and steams into both sides of the warming buns. It’s the steam action of the cooking onions, not the size of the burger, that defines a slider. Optionally served with a slice of cheese and a slice of pickle, they’re simple burger perfection steamy pillows of onion vapor, griddled beef, and soft bun, that you can eat by the half dozen.

Diner-Style Cheeseburger Sliders recipe by From Away

Oven Baked Cheeseburger Sliders
Grilling outside in hot weather is the LAST thing anyone wants to do after a long day of work! You can solve that problem by making cheeseburger sliders in the OVEN!

Oven Baked Cheeseburger Sliders recipe by Reasons to Skip the Housework

Crock Pot Cheeseburger Sandwiches
I love how simple this recipe is and that you can serve it up like sloppy joes or oh! along side some! This Crock Pot Cheeseburger Sandwiches recipe also easily doubles to feed a crowd. A bit reminiscent of White Castles, we like to take them up a notch by serving them up on split pretzel rolls – YUM!

Crock Pot Cheeseburger Sandwiches recipe by Recipes That Crock!

Cheeseburger Minis
Your kids are going to love these mini cheeseburgers! Simply press biscuit dough into muffin-pan cups and fill with a tasty ground beef mixture and bake until golden. Top each with a slice of cheese, lettuce, ketchup and pickles for a fun and delicious twist on an American classic.

Cheeseburger Minis recipe by Campbell’s Kitchen

Mini Burgers
If I had to choose the ultimate party food it would definitely be this recipe. You can make them mini burgers for birthdays, New Year parties, anytime you get a chance to… Kids love them and grownups love them.

Mini Bun-less Cheeseburger Bites with Thousand Island Dip
These mini burger bites encompass all things wonderful. They’re bunless so they’re low carb. They’re tiny so you can enjoy more per serving. They’re pretty and festive for company. There’s really nothing NOT to love about these burger bites.

Mini Bun-less Cheeseburger Bites with Thousand Island Dip recipe by Sugar-Free Mom

You could just waffle some hamburger meat, slap it between two buns from a bag and call it a day.

Cheeseburger Burritos
This easy recipe combines two all-time favorites, burgers and burritos. Ready in just 20 minutes it’s perfect for a quick weeknight meal or your next tailgate.

Cheeseburger Burritos recipe by Meals, Heels, and Cocktails

Cheeseburger Quesadillas
Cheeseburger Quesadillas are the perfect way to use up leftover ground beef. This easy dinner recipe goes from fridge to table in about 20 minutes!

Cheeseburger Quesadillas recipe by Flavorite

Grilled Cheeseburger Wraps
Cheeseburger fixings wrapped up in a flour tortilla then grilled. These are delicious!

Grilled Cheeseburger Wraps recipe by Life in the Lofthouse

Cheeseburger Wraps
If you’re craving a yummy hamburger, but can’t fire up the grill, try these wraps… they are amazing. They are delicious and the kids will devour them. So even without a grill, you can still have your cheeseburgers.

Cheeseburger Wraps recipe by Six Sisters’ Stuff

Bacon Cheeseburger Pockets
These easy Bacon Cheeseburger pockets can be made in advance and frozen for when you want to cook them! They make for a fabulous Game Day recipe!

Bacon Cheeseburger Pockets recipe by Moms Need To Know

Bacon Cheeseburger Pizza
This Bacon Cheeseburger Pizza is a family friendly recipe that everyone will love. With a special sauce and topped with your favorite cheeseburger fixings, this pizza is sure to be a hit.

Bacon Cheeseburger Pizza recipe by The Girl Who Ate Everything

Thin Crust Bacon Cheeseburger Pizza
Your favorite cheeseburger in pizza form! Easy thin crust bacon cheeseburger pizza featuring bacon, beef, pickles and much more!

Thin Crust Bacon Cheeseburger Pizza recipe by Baked by Rachel

Bacon Cheeseburger Pizza Balls
Pizza balls are easy to make for dinner, quick appetizers for a party or a delicious after school snack. A pizza ball is biscuit dough wrapped around pizza toppings. Add cheese and some bacon and make Bacon Cheeseburger Pizza Balls!

Bacon Cheeseburger Pizza Balls recipe by The Gunny Sack

Impossibly Easy Bacon Cheeseburger Balls
All the flavor of a bacon cheeseburger is packed inside these bite-size appetizers!

Impossibly Easy Bacon Cheeseburger Balls recipe by Betty Crocker

Cheeseburger Flatbread Melts
These little melts are so easy to throw together for a quick, simple dinner. Bubbly, chewy flatbread is topped with hamburger beef smothered in a delicious savory sauce and loaded with plenty of shredded cheddar cheese. What’s not to love?

Cheeseburger Flatbread Melts recipe by Kevin & Amanda’s Recipes

Bacon Cheeseburger Meatballs
These Bacon Cheeseburger Meatballs are so delicious!! They’re quite easy to throw together, in fact, it takes as little time to make them as it does for them to be all eaten up! This will also be a great item to have at your SuperBowl party!

Bacon Cheeseburger Meatballs recipe by CentsLess Deals

Bacon Cheeseburger Meatballs
Beef and bacon all wrapped up in a perfect little cheese topped meatball. The kids will go absolutely nuts over these Bacon Cheeseburger Meatballs!

Bacon Cheeseburger Meatballs recipe by Barefeet in the Kitchen

Bite Size Bacon Double Cheeseburger Puffs
Bite Size Bacon Double Cheeseburger Puffs tastes just like a burger in a bite size puff. They are soft, tender and a little buttery just like a hamburger bun.Loaded with makings of our favorite burgers: beef, bacon and cheese. This recipe is a complete hit game day or any day!

Bite Size Bacon Double Cheeseburger Puffs recipe by The Slow Roasted Italian

Cheeseburger Turnovers
Kid-friendly and a real crowd-pleaser, Cheeseburger Turnovers are a brilliant way to serve up your family’s favorite flavors – all in one savory little package. Great for movie night!

Cheeseburger Turnovers recipe by Temp-Tations

Bacon Cheeseburger Crescents
These Bacon Cheeseburger Crescents are a great tailgating snack. They have all the flavor of a bacon cheeseburger without the hassle of grilling burgers in the parking lot.

Bacon Cheeseburger Crescents recipe by Plain Chicken

Cheeseburger Stuffed Mushrooms
You can make these stuffed mushrooms for a delicious and healthy lunch.

Cheeseburger Stuffed Mushrooms recipe by Food I Make My Soldier

Cheeseburger Stuffed Zucchini Boats
Zucchini summer squash boats stuffed with deconstructed, gourmet Gouda cheeseburgers. Fresh, hearty and satisfying.

Cheeseburger Stuffed Zucchini Boats recipe by Cinnamon, Spice & Everything Nice

Cheeseburger Dip
Who said a Cheeseburger must be served on a bun? This Super Cheesy Cheeseburger Dip may be bun-less, but it still taste like a cheeseburger! Actually, this is really a triple cheeseburger because it uses three cheeses.

Cheeseburger Dip recipe by Creole Contessa

Bacon Cheeseburger Crustless Quiche
With bits of burger, pockets of cheese, and of course, bacon, everyone will be asking for a second or third slice.

Bacon Cheeseburger Crustless Quiche recipe by Cupcakes & Kale Chips

Bacon Cheeseburger Shepherd’s Pie
Have you ever heard of bacon cheeseburger shepherd’s pie? I had not until I came across this insanely delicious recipe in a Betty Crocker cook book. At first, I couldn’t believe it would taste like a cheeseburger but I am here to tell you, it does and it’s delicious!

Bacon Cheeseburger Shepherd’s Pie recipe by Four Generations One Roof

Impossibly Easy Cheeseburger Pie
Bake the magic of a cheeseburger in pie form—it’s impossibly easy!

Impossibly Easy Cheeseburger Pie recipe by Betty Crocker

Cheeseburger Tater Tot Casserole
When you make this, be sure to serve this casserole with a vegetable such as green beans or a side salad. You have to balance this meal out and give your body something nutritious to absorb while it is enjoying the cheese, potatoes, and… the more cheese. That is the only way I could justify eating this mound of heavenly goodness.

Cheeseburger Tater Tot Casserole recipe by Brown Sugar

Easy Cheeseburger Casserole
If your a cheeseburger lover this casserole is for you. It’s like a big juicy cheeseburger right in a bowl.

Easy Cheeseburger Casserole recipe by Gimme Delicious

One Pot Cheeseburger Casserole
All the flavors of a cheeseburger in cheesy pasta form made in one skillet in less than 30 minutes – even the pasta gets cooked right in the pan!

One Pot Cheeseburger Casserole recipe by Damn Delicious

Cheeseburger Tater Tot Casserole
This recipe is perfect for a quick weeknight meal. It’s extremely easy and delicious.

Cheeseburger Tater Tot Casserole recipe by Michelle’s Tasty Creations

Cheeseburger Pie
Cheeseburger Pie is very easy and you can make it all in one dish from start to finish with your handy cast iron skillet!

Impossibly Easy Bacon Cheeseburger Pie
Ground beef combines with bacon to add a delicious flavor to this easy cheeseburger pie – perfect when you want dinner to be ready in 50 minutes.

Impossibly Easy Bacon Cheeseburger Pie recipe by Betty Crocker

Cheeseburger & Fries Casserole
Burger, bun and fries all in one casserole! Sure to please any cheeseburger lover and easy to prepare too. Perfect back-to-school supper.

Cheeseburger & Fries Casserole recipe by The Midnight Baker

Cheeseburger Macaroni Skillet
Skillet pasta recipes are heaven and this is the perfect cast iron skillet recipe. This Cheeseburger Macaroni Skillet Homemade Hamburger Helper is totally a one pot or one skillet meal.

Cheeseburger Macaroni Skillet recipe by Big Bear’s Wife

Ro*Tel Cheeseburger Spaghetti
Serve this with a salad bar with some corn chips. You can chop up everything ahead of time and set out at game time.

Ro*Tel Cheeseburger Spaghetti recipe by Recipes Food and Cooking

Homemade Cheeseburger Macaroni
This is SO tasty! You can add some ketchup to it so it’s more “burger” like.

Homemade Cheeseburger Macaroni recipe by A Southern Mom

One-Pot Bacon Cheeseburger Mac & Cheese
Sometimes people just want good food. Bacon. Beef. Cheese. Pasta. One pot. Few ingredients.

One-Pot Bacon Cheeseburger Mac & Cheese recipe by Julie’s Eats & Treats

Cheeseburger Gnocchi
You HAVE make this new Cheeseburger Gnocchi recipe for dinner tonight! Gnocchi are pillowy soft mini potato dumplings. Send these decadent bites of heaven OVER THE TOP and simmer them with seasoned beef, spicy tomatoes, and gooey, melty cheese.

Bacon Cheeseburger Crock Pot Dip
Are you looking for a delicious cheese dip for your next party? This Bacon Cheeseburger Crock Pot Dip from Gooseberry Patch’s Slow Cooking All Year ‘Round is sure to please!

Bacon Cheeseburger Crock Pot Dip recipe by Recipes That Crock

Cheeseburger Salad with Big Mac Dressing
Hot salads have a way of satisfying that their cold counterparts lack. They’re weighted. Hefty. They stick to your ribs. And now, apparently, they taste like a loaded cheeseburger—minus the bun.

Cheeseburger Salad with Big Mac Dressing recipe by Can You Stay For Dinner?

The Best Cheeseburger Soup
Pickles on cheeseburger soup? They certainly aren’t required or even essential, but for me, I’m all about them.

The Best Cheeseburger Soup recipe by FoodieCrush

Cheeseburger Soup
This soup is insanely delicious! Made with fresh ingredients and topped with shredded cheese, you will make it again and again!

Cheeseburger Soup recipe by The Recipe Critic

Slow Cooker Bacon Cheeseburger Soup
An easy and hearty slow cooker soup that tastes just like your favorite bacon cheeseburger!

Slow Cooker Bacon Cheeseburger Soup recipe by Baked by Rachel

Slow Cooker Cheeseburger Soup
All of the amazing flavors of a classic cheeseburger wrapped up in a creamy, cheesy slow cooker soup! This is cozy comfort food you’ll crave all year long!

Slow Cooker Cheeseburger Soup recipe by Creme De La Crumb

Simple Cheeseburger Soup Made With Hashbrowns
This is a scrumptious, yet simple Cheeseburger Soup.

Simple Cheeseburger Soup Made With Hashbrowns recipe by Saving 4 Six

Bacon Cheeseburger Soup
Soup doesn’t get more scrumptiously hearty than this Bacon Cheeseburger Soup! This creamy soup is loaded with aromatic herbs and vegetables, tender potatoes, ground beef and bacon. The whole family will gobble up this amazing easy-to-make soup in no time flat!

Bacon Cheeseburger Soup recipe by The Recipe Critic

Crockpot Bacon Cheeseburger Soup
Is there anything better than a big juicy bacon cheeseburger? Your mouth just started watering a little bit….. didn’t it? This soup delivers that same mouth watering taste, but in the form of an easy peasy crockpot recipe. Luckily for vegetarians, this Crockpot Bacon Cheeseburger Soup can easily be made vegetarian using soy crumbles.

Crockpot Bacon Cheeseburger Soup recipe by Family Fresh Meals

Crockpot Cheeseburger Soup
Warm up after a long day with this easy and delicious Crockpot Cheeseburger Soup, made with plenty of real food ingredients. It’s pure winter time comfort food that your whole family will love.

Road Trip Eats: Recipes Inspired By Route 66

A cross-country adventure inspires a food writer and illustrator to re-create regional favorites at home.

U.S. Route 66 covers a lot of miles of experiences (more than 2,400 to be specific). Thousands of miles and decades of road-tripping have taught my husband, Dan, and me that a great way to get to know (and remember) a destination is through the food. So when we set out in a rented camper van to drive the length of Route 66 last fall, our goal was to eat like the locals at each stop. Every regional dish was an edible snapshot of our trip. After we returned home to New Jersey, I started reverse-engineering some of our favorite dishes to relive our adventure. Even if you don’t spend a month traveling Route 66, you can get a taste of the road with these recipes.

One of the earliest parts of the original U.S. Highway System, Route 66 (aka the Main Street of America or the Mother Road) was established in 1926 and stretches from Chicago to Santa Monica, California, winding through eight states along the way. I mapped out an itinerary of must-see destinations, restaurants, and quirky stops.

The One Cheese Bobby Flay Will Never Put on His Burger

Plus five other things we learned from taking his burger course.

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Bobby Flay already shared with us the one secret ingredient he uses to make perfect burgers along with lots of smart burger tips, but now he's back with even more need-to-know info in his Boy Is Back on the Grill: Bobby's Bangin' Burgers course on the Food Network Kitchen app.

In addition to showing us how to make turkey burgers that actually taste good, Bobby reveals all sorts of genius burger intel while he makes his All-American Burgers, BBQ Burgers, French Dip Burgers and more in his 10-class burger course.

Here are more of his top tips for making perfect burgers, plus the one cheese he definitely does not want on his burger.

Choosing chuck or sirloin beef that has a ratio of 80 percent beef and 20 percent fat is the key to making a super juicy and flavorful burger. Don't be scared of the fat because "fat is flavor," Bobby says.

2. Season the formed patties.

Instead of mixing seasoning into the meat, Bobby always liberally sprinkles the patties with salt and freshly ground pepper before they hit the heat.

"As much salt and pepper as you think you need, add more," Bobby says. "That's one of the differences between a professional cook and a home cook: we season things much more aggressively at our restaurants than you would at home, but that's kind of the key to bringing out all of the natural flavors of the food and it does really make a difference in the final result."

3. Step away from the spatula.

Once you've flipped the burger, resist the urge to press down on it with the spatula. You don't want those glorious juices to get smooshed out onto the griddle or grill — you want them in your burger!

Chicken Parm Burgers

Just imagine a chicken Parm hero combined with a saucy, juicy burger and a surprise cheese-filled center. I typically use ground chicken for this recipe, but you can easily swap in ground turkey meat if it's easier to find at the store. And while I stuff fresh mozzarella chunks into the middle for a richer and more gooey center, any mozzarella variety works, including part-skim shredded or even string cheese. Go ahead and serve these hearty burgers on a whole-grain bun, over salad greens or on a mound of whole-grain pasta, spaghetti squash or zoodles. My taste testers will vouch that there's absolutely no wrong way to enjoy 'em!

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Game Day Chili Cheeseburger Recipe

All the deliciousness of a chili frito pie combined with the handheld ease and scrumptiousness of your favorite cheeseburger is truly a food marriage made in game day heaven.

Crunchy, hearty, spicy, sloppy, cheesy, and absolutely delicious

If you’ve never added corn chips to your burger before… you’re seriously missing out. Y’all, it’s one of my favorite burger additions and it seriously levels up your burger game and makes your burgers even more of a crowd pleaser. Different kinds of cheeses… shredded and sliced, added to the chili (homemade or store bought) along with a toasted bun, a perfectly grilled burger patty, and the crispy corn chips… YES, PLEASE.