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  • Prep 45min
  • Total1hr15min
  • Servings12

One-up a burger cupcake! Fun-da-middles cucpake mix makes a delicious "Juicy Lucy" version of this adorable treat!MORE+LESS-

ByMichelle P

Updated March 9, 2017

Ingredients

1

batch Fun-da-middles cupcakes (12 cupcakes - sprinkle a few sesame seeds on top before baking)

3/4

cup sweetened chopped coconut

3

drops - 4 green food coloring

Chocolate, red and yellow decorating frosting

Steps

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  • 1

    Remove the paper wrapped from the cupcakes and slice in half.

  • 2

    Place the coconut in a bowl. Add 3 to 4 drops green food coloring and mix well. Set aside.

  • 3

    Pipe a circle of chocolate frosting on each "bottom bun".

  • 4

    Sprinkle the colored coconut on the chocolate frosting.

  • 5

    Top with red and yellow frosting to simulate ketchup and mustard.

  • 6

    Gently place cupcake tops on each frosted bottom half. Refrigerate until about 20 minutes before serving time.

Nutrition Information

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More About This Recipe

  • Ever had a Juicy Lucy? We all know there’s nothing better than a burger. Unless it’s a Juicy Lucy, which one-ups a regular burger as it is two patties stuffed with a hot gooey, cheesy center (Beware: That first bite can be dangerous!). It sounds odd to the uninitiated, but the Juicy Lucy is truly a burger graduated to the proverbial next level.So it’s easy to see then, how the new Fun-da-middle cupcakes, with their ingenious creamy filling, could take the Burger CUPCAKE to a completely new and previously unimagined realm. The “Juicy Lucy” Burger Cupcake is everything that you would expect in its less-adorned bretheren – a faux “bun” studded with sesame seeds and a stylized application of various icings and colored coconut for visual tomfoolery. The filling adds both the “juicy” and the “lucy”! So let’s ask the question a different way - what could be more fun than a tiny burger cupcake? A “Juicy Lucy” Burger Cupcake, that’s what!The best part – this is super easy. Prepare the Fun-da-middles according to package directions (I used the yellow cake/white filling mix.). Sprinkle with sesame seeds. Bake as directed. Then assemble!Hope you enjoy!
  • More unique cupcakes to try!

This Cheese-Stuffed Juicy Lucy Burger Has a Gooey Heart of Gold

If you’re honoring National Cheeseburger Day on September 18—or just hungry for a cheesy burger any time—you can’t do better than a Juicy Lucy.

Invented somewhere in Minnesota (exact origins continue to be debated), the Juicy Lucy—or Jucy Lucy—is a cheeseburger that deceives you when you first behold it.

Looking for all the world like a plain beef patty with nary a crumble of blue cheese or shred of cheddar in sight, it actually contains a gooey molten core of cheese stuffed right into the burger that oozes into (and out of ) every bite:

The Beef

Just because you have beautifully fatty, gooey cheese enriching each morsel, doesn’t mean you can get away with sub-par beef. For a truly juicy, delicious burger, choose a blend of high-quality chuck with at least 15 percent fat, if not 20 percent. Grind your own if you can.

This burger recipe flavors the ground beef with the usual salt and pepper, as well as a bit of garlic powder and Worcestershire sauce. Mix them in with your hands only until everything is combined (doing it with a fork or spoon makes it easier to over-mix and that leads to dry, dense burgers and general despair, so don’t be shy about getting in there).

Dry Aged Ground Beef, $9/lb from Porter Road

High-quality beef makes great burgers.

Don’t over-handle the meat when you’re forming the patties either (seriously, you don’t want to toughen it up), and be sure to let the burger rest for a bit once it’s done cooking. Not only does that ensure you don’t burn your face off with lava-like molten cheese, it lets the burger juices redistribute.

The Cheese

American cheese is not fancy, but it is perfect for burgers and the traditional choice for a Juicy Lucy. Nothing melts quite so smoothly—but a close second is a nice cheddar. Just don’t go too fancy with your choice of cheddar or the flavor will overwhelm and the ooze factor won’t be on point (i.e., the aged stuff is best saved for crackers). You can also try a pepper Jack.

If you secretly love American cheese and recognize its superior melting abilities but still just can’t bring yourself to buy it, try a homemade American cheese recipe. (It’s an amalgam of Comté, cheddar, and gouda cheeses, plus sodium citrate and iota carrageenan, and melts like Velveeta.)

In any case, you’ll stuff a thick stack of your chosen cheese between two burger patties and then seal the edges together (don’t leave any gaps or you’ll lose your liquid gold), then cook them on a grill or griddle.

The Fixings

This is a simple burger and simple accouterments are called for. We like the sharpness of pickles to cut through the rich meat and cheese, and a basic, soft bun (no need for fancy brioche, and anything too crusty will ruin the soft, gooey perfection of the burger bite, but do lightly toast the cut sides of your bun in butter for the ideal burger vehicle).

Put some ketchup on it if you must, or even mustard. If you’re a lily gilder, top it off with an extra slice of cheese and caramelized onions—maybe even some Russian dressing (sort of an animal style deal). Homemade mayo isn’t bad either.

The Recipe

You can make these on a grill pan or griddle indoors or an actual grill outside if you’re able either way, you’re in for a cheesy treat.


What is Dorothy Lynch, Anyway?

Dorothy Lynch Home Style Dressing & Condiment can best be described as a sweet and spicy dressing that has a thick and creamy texture. Because of its color, many will assume it’s just another French dressing, but that simply isn’t true at all.

In fact, it tastes nothing like it. French dressing is oil-based Dorothy Lynch is tomato-based. The best word to describe its taste: Homemade.

“The” Dorothy Lynch created her signature dressing in the 1940s and served it at a restaurant she and her husband ran at the local Legion Club in St. Paul, Nebraska. The dressing became so popular, patrons would bring in their own bottles to have Dorothy fill them to eat at home.

So, it’s just another salad dressing? No way! Dorothy Lynch is so versatile!

Even though Dorothy Lynch started out as a salad dressing, it is so much more versatile than that. We go through it quickly because we use it for all sorts of things!

It’s delicious as a marinade, a vegetable dip, a pizza dip, and it’s excellent with barbecue and fried chicken. Dorothy Lynch Home Style and Dorothy Lynch Light & Lean are both gluten-free.

It also makes a great addition to recipes. Its unique flavor has taken so many of my own recipes to the next level!

SLOPPY DOROTHY SANDWICHES Move over Joe!! There is a new and improved version of your classic. These Sloppy Dorothy sandwiches are made with Dorothy Lynch Dressing & Condiment and will have you licking your fingers in pure satisfaction!

Using Dorothy Lynch Home Style Dressing & Condiment in Recipes

From my Sloppy Dorothy Sandwich to brunch pies and everything in between, Dorothy Lynch has been spicing up my recipes for decades.


This Cheese-Stuffed Juicy Lucy Burger Has a Gooey Heart of Gold

If you’re honoring National Cheeseburger Day on September 18—or just hungry for a cheesy burger any time—you can’t do better than a Juicy Lucy.

Invented somewhere in Minnesota (exact origins continue to be debated), the Juicy Lucy—or Jucy Lucy—is a cheeseburger that deceives you when you first behold it.

Looking for all the world like a plain beef patty with nary a crumble of blue cheese or shred of cheddar in sight, it actually contains a gooey molten core of cheese stuffed right into the burger that oozes into (and out of ) every bite:

The Beef

Just because you have beautifully fatty, gooey cheese enriching each morsel, doesn’t mean you can get away with sub-par beef. For a truly juicy, delicious burger, choose a blend of high-quality chuck with at least 15 percent fat, if not 20 percent. Grind your own if you can.

This burger recipe flavors the ground beef with the usual salt and pepper, as well as a bit of garlic powder and Worcestershire sauce. Mix them in with your hands only until everything is combined (doing it with a fork or spoon makes it easier to over-mix and that leads to dry, dense burgers and general despair, so don’t be shy about getting in there).

Dry Aged Ground Beef, $9/lb from Porter Road

High-quality beef makes great burgers.

Don’t over-handle the meat when you’re forming the patties either (seriously, you don’t want to toughen it up), and be sure to let the burger rest for a bit once it’s done cooking. Not only does that ensure you don’t burn your face off with lava-like molten cheese, it lets the burger juices redistribute.

The Cheese

American cheese is not fancy, but it is perfect for burgers and the traditional choice for a Juicy Lucy. Nothing melts quite so smoothly—but a close second is a nice cheddar. Just don’t go too fancy with your choice of cheddar or the flavor will overwhelm and the ooze factor won’t be on point (i.e., the aged stuff is best saved for crackers). You can also try a pepper Jack.

If you secretly love American cheese and recognize its superior melting abilities but still just can’t bring yourself to buy it, try a homemade American cheese recipe. (It’s an amalgam of Comté, cheddar, and gouda cheeses, plus sodium citrate and iota carrageenan, and melts like Velveeta.)

In any case, you’ll stuff a thick stack of your chosen cheese between two burger patties and then seal the edges together (don’t leave any gaps or you’ll lose your liquid gold), then cook them on a grill or griddle.

The Fixings

This is a simple burger and simple accouterments are called for. We like the sharpness of pickles to cut through the rich meat and cheese, and a basic, soft bun (no need for fancy brioche, and anything too crusty will ruin the soft, gooey perfection of the burger bite, but do lightly toast the cut sides of your bun in butter for the ideal burger vehicle).

Put some ketchup on it if you must, or even mustard. If you’re a lily gilder, top it off with an extra slice of cheese and caramelized onions—maybe even some Russian dressing (sort of an animal style deal). Homemade mayo isn’t bad either.

The Recipe

You can make these on a grill pan or griddle indoors or an actual grill outside if you’re able either way, you’re in for a cheesy treat.


Juicy Lucy Burger | American Stuffed Cheese Burger | How To Make Juicy Lucy Burger At Home | The Foodie

Juicy Lucy Burger! A soft, hearty burger with its centre exploding in a puddle of gooey cheese & an equally soft, melt-in-your-mouth chicken mince patty – Juicy lucy burger is America’s favourite & we can clearly see the reason why. Every bit as juicy and dreamy as the name promises, follow chef Harsh Garg as he takes us through this magic recipe!

Ingredients required to make Juicy Lucy Burger:

1 leaf of iceberg lettuce

Fried potato bites (for serving)


How to make Juicy Lucy Burger:
1) In a bowl combine, the chicken mince, salt, pepper, paprika, garlic powder & bread crumbs. Mix well
2) Shape 2 equal sized patties out of the mix. Folder a slice of cheese into parcel & place it on one of the patties. Place the other patty on top & secure the edges. Shape it into a round patty.
3) Heat oil in a pan & add the patty. Fry till both sides catch nice, brown grill marks. Keep aside.
4) Take the burger buns, slice in half & apply butter to each half. Toast lightly on a pan until the bun catches a light golden brown colour.
5) Time to start assembling the burger. Apply mayonnaise on the bun, place 2 leaves of iceberg lettuce, a slice of tomato & a slice of cheese on top. Place the patty & top up with the other half of the bun.
6) Secure the whole thing with a toothpick. Enjoy the delights of biting into a soft burger with its center exploding with gooey cheese!


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