I am a member of the Collective Bias® Social Fabric® Community. This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper amplification for Collective Bias and its advertiser.
As a Chicagoan, I grew up hearing this:
And since then, the quest for making the ultimate cheeseburger has been on my mind. With Mother’s Day and a husband who likes to grill, I thought I’d create a sandwich that envelops all of my favorite flavors. Despite my usual resistance to making my own dinner on that day, I opted to shop and build my cheeseburger to know I was getting the recipe JUST right! I headed to Walmart to pick up some of my favorite Kraft products, especially the CHEESE! #SayCheeseburger #CollectiveBias
The stars of the SHOW!
At only 90 calories a slice, these cheddar cheese slices are a balanced choice to a healthy diet.
And thus, the Five Decker Cheeseburger was born.
This Five Decker Cheesyburger starts with quality flavorful ingredients mixed together with a bit of Mother’s Love.
One of the stars of this recipe is the creamy ranch spread! Built from the start with rich Philadelphia Cream Cheese and mixed together with the spices of Ranch dry dressing mix from Kraft, this spread is paired well with raw vegetables, on sandwich wraps or as the first bottom layer of your cheeseburger. Mix together 1/2 package of softened cream cheese and 1/4 packet of Kraft ranch dry dressing mix. Refrigerate until ready to serve.
- 1 lb. ground chuck, 80/20
- 1 lb. ground beef, 85/15
- ¼ c. diced onion
- 1 raw egg, mixed
- ¼ cup, finely crushed tortilla chips
- ½ packet of Kraft Ranch Dry Dressing Mix
- 2 tbsp. Kraft Mayo with Olive Oil
- 1 tbsp. Worstershire sauce
- 1 tbsp. Kraft Barbecue Sauce
- 1 tsp. garlic salt
- Sliced avocado
- Kraft cheddar cheese slices
- Homemade onion rings (recipe below)
- Tomato slices
- 2 slices of cooked bacon
- Mixed Creamy Kraft Ranch Spread
- Large circle pretzel rolls, sliced
- Combine chuck, beef, onion, tortilla chips, dressing mix, mayo, worstershire sauce, barbecue sauce, and garlic salt.
- Mix well and add egg.
- Incorporate well and form into patties roughly the size of your buns.
- Place two fingers in the burger to form a shallow well.
- Refrigerate until ready to grill.
- When ready, grill on each side until the burger reaches desired doneness. (We prefer medium rare, so my hubby handles that part!)
- Before removing from the grill, top with two slices of bacon and the best part - the cheese slice! Allow to melt.
- Remove from heat and let burgers rest.
- Place each side of the pretzel bun on the grill to toast slightly.
- Layer as follows: ranch spread, cheeseburger, tomatoes & avocado, one homemade onion ring, top bun
This easy recipe for homemade onion rings is the perfect addition to this Five Decker Cheesyburger and goes well both on the cheeseburger and served on the side. The basic recipe is simple and inexpensive to recreate. My mom and I devoured them!
How do you enjoy your grilled cheeseburgers? What are your favorite toppings?