Love cheeseburgers? Love quesadillas? Then you’re going to love their beautiful, yummy union in this quick and easy recipe. That juicy, cheesy burger you’ve been craving is now sandwiched in between two layers of crisp, golden tortillas. Cheeseburger Quesadillas are delectable, dip-able hybrid you’re going to want again and again.
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Crispy grilled chicken wings are slathered with a simple Strawberry Jalapeno spread that’s the perfect blend of sweet & spicy.
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While you can’t go wrong with a juicy burger, you can give it an amazing face lift by introducing a few contemporary toppings. Juicy grilled burgers are served on seasoned, toasted buns with a thick layer of creamy, melted shredded mozzarella. Slather them with a layer of robust pizza sauce, and topped off with a heaping helping of sliced pepperoni on top. And while the idea may seem avant garde, one bite will seal the deal that these appeal to any generation.
Lightly spiced freshly shredded potatoes are wrapped around cubes of your favorite creamy cheese before being fried to golden brown tater tot perfection. Sometimes it’s ok, you know this whole growing up thing and with these hearty chunks of fried potato it’s clear that one of our childhood favorites was ready to grow up too. These Giant Cheesy Tater Tots are calling your name.
Looking for a recipe to feed a crowd? One that’s equally hearty and frugal to boot? Cheeseburger Stuffed French Bread sandwiches are the perfect thing. To give a fun new twist to an old classic party staple, we’ve deconstructed and reassembled the bacon cheeseburger. I never thought a cheeseburger could really be improved upon using traditional toppings and ingredients, but one bite of this will blow anyone away.
Barbecued beef is one of my favorite ways to stuff a sandwich bun. Usually, it involves a beef roast that’s spent all day in the crockpot simmering in a rich sauce and steeped in juices until it’s falling apart and ready to melt in your mouth. This though, assumes that when I put everything in the crockpot that morning, that I actually remembered to turn it on before I headed out the door. So now, it’s dinner time and this dum dum still wants her barbecued beef. What’s a gal to do?
Have Mercy! (Is it bad that I always think that in Uncle Jesse’s voice?) Just look at this pizza. It’s got all my favorites. A barbecue sauce base. Double the meat courtesy of both ground beef and bacon. Red onions, sweet bell peppers, diced tomatoes with a little bit of kick from some jalapenos for a perfect Western style veggie medley. Topped off with a fiesta blend of cheeses. Yes, yes, and yes again.
$5, $5 foot long …
You know the jingle I’m sure. And it’s a great deal, especially for such a generously proportioned sandwich. And not surprisingly, none of our kids have any trouble (at all!) putting one down in mere minutes. They’re easy, they’re good, and with children who inhale their food, the price is right on point for us.
Pimento cheese is an undeniably Southern tradition. And I’d argue up there with some of the tastiest! You can’t tell its one my favorites, can you? Usually, it spends its time as a favored sandwich spread, but we crazy kids below the Mason Dixon line have been known to shake things up from time to time. Instead of going the typical route, we’ve gone and ‘spiced’ things up a bit. Pun totally intended!
It’s that time of year again. The time when all the men in my household lose their damn minds every weekend, and several weeknight’s too, yelling at the TV so loudly our neighbors probably think someone’s in serious trouble. There’s fist bumps, and you better watch out or you just might get sandwiched in between two semi-grown men in the midst of a full-force chest bump. My traditional decor has been over run with black & yellow, and sit down dinners have taken a hiatus to full on living room, TV trays & folding tables and picnic on a blanket dinner, tailgate parties. Yes, it’s football play-off season. And no game, however intense, however exciting or disappointing, is ever complete without some of Mom’s meatballs. The sauces may change, but our love for the this party app. does not. And this year, I decided to spice things up a bit with a Honey Buffalo version.