10 All Star Juicy & Cheesy Burger Recipes


10 All Star Juicy & Cheesy Burger Recipes

There is only one time of year for burgers…   ALL YEAR!   I personally never put my grill away, no matter how much snow.  We keep it covered and close on the deck.  One trick I learned that works amazing for burgers indoors,  is to sear it on high heat real fast (about 1 minute each side)  and then finish them in the oven on about 400 for 10 minutes.  If you are stuck inside for the winter and want a taste of summer,  try one of these great burgers! 

Pimento Cheese Stuffed Merlot Burgers | Yours and Mine are Ours

Peppercorn Pileup Burger | A Family Feast

Barbeque Bacon Cheeseburgers | Tastes of Lizzy T’s

South of the Border Turkey Burger | Flour on my Face

Gnarly Mexican Burger | The Crumby Cupcake

Copycat Red Robin Bonzai Burger | A Mom’s Take

French Onion Beer Burgers | Snappy Gourmet

Jalapeno Jack Burger with Picante Mayo | Cincy Shopper

Asian BBQ Burger with Sriracha Mayo | Flavor Mosaic

Turkey Burgers with Lemon Dill Yogurt | Hot Eats & Cool Reads

Fifteen Minute Cheesy Western Omelette Bites

Fifteen Minute Cheesy Western Omelette Bites

Fifteen Minute Cheesy Western Omelette Bites 

Great as an appetizer, addition to brunch or just a light breakfast, these cheesy western omelette bites are easy and done in fifteen minutes. Instead of making a traditional omelette or quiche, the scrambled egg mixture gets poured into cute and crispy little fillo dough cups (phyllo or filo).  My favorite is usually spinach and feta cheese, but we decided to change it up and use some peppers. 

What you need: 

1 Box of Athen’s Mini Fillo Shells
2 Eggs beaten with 1/2 cup milk
1/2 cup shredded cheddar cheese
1/2 each of : small tomato, onion, green pepper- diced
pinch of salt & pepper


What to do:

Preheat the oven to 350

Place the mini shells onto a buttered cookie sheet

Combine the diced tomato, peppers, and onion into a small bowl with the salt, pepper, cheese and beaten egg/milk mixture. 


Pour into each shell , you may need to use a fork to guide the veggies and cheese into the cup otherwise just the liquid will pour out.  You can fill right to the top. 

Bake on 350 for 10 minutes or until a toothpick inserted comes out clean. 



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