Ok, yum! I was right. My favorite flavor combo truly does work with just about any type of meal. This BBQ Pineapple Burger, with a BUBBA Burger patty, is SO TASTY! Plus, you're going to love how easy these patties are to prepare! We hardly eat burgers at home. I'm not a fan of homemade patties (too much work, not great flavor). When I was introduced to BUBBA Burger products, at the Long Beach Grand Prix, I was excited! My burger that day was delicious. My son said it was the best burger he'd ever had. So, when I found out that these are frozen hamburger patties, I was pretty shocked! I had to try them out for myself. I'm always looking for products that are delicious and time-saving and that is totally what BUBBA Burger is. The frozen burger patties are designed to cook from frozen! That's huge for me. I can NEVER remember to thaw anything. Plus, you can always have these on hand, to use for last-minute meals! That's a huge win for mom. These patties aren't fussy at all. You put the BUBBA Burger patties on the grill and leave them alone. When the juices start to pool on the top, and run clear, you flip them over to finish cooking. So easy! I didn't want to make a run of the mill, boring burger so I decided to try out my favorite flavor combo and make a BBQ Pineapple Burger. I can't quit this combo. I make BBQ Chicken Tacos, of course it works well on pizza and as toppings for hot dogs. My son was a little skeptical of the pineapple at first. I grabbed a sweet Hawaiian hamburger bun to start. Sometimes a bad bun can throw a burger off so I wanted to make sure I got something I knew would be delicious. With a perfectly cooked BUBBA Burger as the base, pretty much any topping would taste amazing though. I placed a slice of pepper jack cheese on the patty and put a generous helping of barbecue sauce on first the other side of the bun.Then I added pineapple, red onion and cilantro. Because, delicious. I love recipes like this because you can tailor make them to your families specifications. Each person can put on what they like and leave off the rest. And depending on your commitment to eating a little cleaner, you can make your own barbecue sauce, use fresh pineapple and look for organic cilantro. The burger looked great and I was pretty sure it would taste amazing too! Because how could a BBQ Pineapple Burger not be?I let my kids build their own burgers, which of course included bacon. They both LOVED them! And it all has to do with the flavor of the patty. We used the original beef patty for these which are made with 100% USDA choice chuck beef. They are so flavorful without being full of flavorings. What I love about this product is that it is made for convenience but is high quality enough to be the star of the show! My BBQ Pineapple Burger was DELICIOUS! And I instantly started thinking about when we could make these again. My busy mom brain is full of ideas on how to use these to speed up weeknight meals. And I've heard there are hacks you can do with these patties to use them to make meat loaf as well! BUBBA Burger patties are also a great lunch idea for moms! While they are super tasty when made on the grill, you can also make them on the stove or in the oven!
- 1 can pineapple slices, or fresh
- 1 bottle barbecue sauce, or homemade
- 1 red onion, sliced
- 1 bunch cilantro
- 1 package sliced pepper jack cheese
- 1 package Original BUBBA Burger patties
- 1 package Hawaiian sweet hamburger buns
- Cook BUBBA Burger patties according to instructions on the box.
- When cooked through, place patty on bottom half of Hawaiian bun and top with slice of pepper jack cheese.
- On the top half of the bun, spread barbecue sauce (amount to your liking).
- Top with red onion, pineapple and cilantro.
- Carefully place the top half of the bun on top of the burger patty.
Serving Size4 Servings
Amount Per Serving Calories 373 Total Fat 20g Saturated Fat 11g Trans Fat 0g Unsaturated Fat 8g Cholesterol 68mg Sodium 602mg Carbohydrates 28g Net Carbohydrates 0g Fiber 1g Sugar 9g Sugar Alcohols 0g Protein 21g
I can't wait to try more BUBBA Burger products. Have you tried these patties yet? How do you use them?
Here's how I'm thinking I might use them next:
• Protein style wrapped in green leaf lettuce
• Chile size with cheese and onions
• Turkey patty with red wine sauce and mushrooms
• Faux “Animal Style” burgers
• In a “chicken parm” style dish over pasta
• The best patty melt, ever
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