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Make turkey burgers even healthier by foregoing store-made patties and making your own. Feta is the binding agent and the star as we combine traditional turkey patties with a spinach-feta meatball recipe loved by many.
Salisbury steak is celebrated abroad in Asian countries where you will often find burger meat in a mushroom sauce served over white rice. Super tasty, and one of those things that are definitely missed upon a return to the states. Celebrate salisbury steak by making these super healthy burger patties.
Make more and bring down that calorie count further by using 2 slices per sandwich instead of 4. Adjust according to your Carnivore needs-either way this is sure to be a lunch-time favorite. Easy to pickup, distribute, and pack for the week.
Simple swaps turn this lunch meal into two (or more!) Just a little work on your part to split ingredients evenly. It's good to be in control.
The star of any good italian beef is the guardiniera. Allow your meat and gravy time to seep into the bread, along with the spicy pickled mix and delight in the soggy goodness. It won't matter whether or not you can hold it without making a mess-just as long as it makes it into your mouth! Grab a large spoon if you must-the salty meaty goodness is more than worth it!
Stop by your local Dollar Tree to spot low-cal American Cheese slices. Each slice is 30cal each, bringing the total used in this recipe to only 15cal! Better yet, ween yourself off it entirely and opt for a hamburger-same delish taste. You won't even miss it! Add hamburger pickle slices, mustard, or dill pickle wedges-all no cal as long as you're careful and read those nutrition facts before buying!
Once upon a time I found myself craving a bite into a thick juicy burger patty. And so I came up with this! In a pinch one day, I found myself over-heating the meat before it was time and ending up with a pile of seasoned mushroom mush. I figured it wouldn't hurt to taste it-and it certainly didn't! Whatever ratio you end up with, this recipe is a keeper for sure.
Grilled chicken sandwiches and hot dogs are not so bad to begin with (calorie-wise) but why not make them better? Learn how to make these at home and your local hot-dog place will start to miss your face. Not to worry-you can always say hi when you stop for a cone of soft-serve. You'll have plenty of room to treat yourself after mastering this low-cal swap.