Here’s a that is totally family friendly. , , , and pickles are mixed together, topped with , and then a mayonnaise cream sauce is poured over the top. The ultimate . Yum. It’s baked and is kind of like a quiche, but not really.
For this . you’ll need: , , salt, , onions, , dill pickles, eggs, mayonnaise, half and half, and
I can tell you, this is delicious.
I have always had a thing for cheeseburgers. They are my favorite. Being on a low carb diet, I miss the bun I have to admit. With this , you really don’t miss it surprisingly enough. There is so much protein packed in it with the and , that you won’t be hungry for a very long time. My kids like it with . My neighbor likes to add a little and it does add some creaminess.
This is absolutely amazing with low carb tater tots and a low carb protein shake when you are craving comfort food. Or as some people call it, junk food.If you are in a hurry, feel free to Jump to the Recipe
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Can you have a on keto?
You know, I was thinking the other day. I remember the first time I went to a McDonalds. We were in the back of my aunt and uncle’s big black car and it must have been around 1963. I remember sitting in the back, not being able to see over the seats or out the windows, and eating a McDonalds very carefully so as not to mess up my dress. Of course, I was also careful because each bite was heaven and I didn’t want to drop a bit of that patty or a little piece of the American .
It was the first time I can remember having a but I was instantly in love. When I got older my addict dad and I had a standing date every Saturday at the local greasy diner. We always got an order of fries, a , and a chocolate shake. The cheeseburgers were very different then. They were bigger with more and they had remarkable in flavor. I don’t know how they did it but most of the cheeseburgers of today just can’t compare.
The carbs and sugars in most cheeseburgers are found in the bun and the condiments. It’s easy to see that a hamburger bun has carbs because it is bread. The sneaky carbs to watch for are in things like . Regular usually has sugar as one of their ingredients. But there is nothing that brings a burger to life than . So please try adding our low carb to top our . Yes, you can have a on a low carb diet.
Is hamburger keto friendly?
Is our keto friendly? Why yes ! With only 1 gram of sugar per serving, you can enjoy it without coming off ketosis. The , , and are all solid protein and fat sources. This low carb has tons of flavor. Best of all, it’s a with , , , and . The helps with hold the together, adds amazing flavor, and amps up the protein per serving.
Give this a try but don’t be afraid to play around with the . Add chilies instead of pickles for a nice kick. Try use –jack instead of , or whatever you want to do. You can even try a dash of for flavor. Just add a little as it has 3.3 grams of carbohydrates per tablespoon. It does add a rich flavor to the that that is undeniable. If you love flavor, try adding a pinch or two of . Like ? Try adding a pinch or two of to the . Want to add some crunch? Top a serving with some when serving it. My kids like a little to really recreate the experience. This is a real versatile so play around with it and get it exactly the way your family likes it best.
I prefer to make my own shredded cheese from a block of cheese. The reason is that while, the shredded cheese you find at the supermarket is way easier to use, it has an additive to keep it from clumping into a blob in the bag. It’s usually cellulose. Which is just a fancy word for wood fiber I think. It’s that and it just doesn’t taste the as rich as freshly grated cheese. Granted, it takes a lot more work to grate cheese than to pull out a handful from a bag. My cheese grater of choice is my box grater. It’s super sturdy which is important so I don’t slice my fingers. It’s made by Cuisinart and has a rubber bottom so it doesn’t slide around. The handle is comfortable and makes it easier to control. Best of all, it’s stainless steel so it is easy to clean and doesn’t rust easily.
When you want to grate your own cheese, this Cuisinart box grater will make your life much easier.
Low Carb Cheeseburger Casserole
- 1 pound lean ground beef
- Salt and pepper
- 1/4 cup Onion chopped
- 6 slices Bacon
- 1 clove minced garlic
- 1/4 cup chopped dill pickle
- 3 eggs
- 1/2 cup mayonnaise
- 1/2 cup half and half
- 8 oz shredded cheddar cheese
- In skillet, brown ground beef with onion, garlic, salt and pepper.
- Meanwhile cook the bacon until crisp.
- Break the bacon up into bite sized pieces.
- Drain the fat from the ground beef and the bacon.
- Blot with paper towel to remove as much fat as possible.
- Mix the bacon and pickles into the ground beef.
- Spoon the mixture into a greased 2 1/2 quart casserole dish.
- Preheat oven to 350F.
- Combine eggs, mayo and half and half being sure to mix well.
- Sprinkle cheese over beef mixture in pie pan and pour egg mixture over the whole thing.
- Bake 30-35 minutes, until top is browned and set.
- Cool 10 minutes before serving
62 thoughts on “Low Carb Bacon Cheeseburger Casserole”
I love this recipe. I’ve made it twice. Can stomach mc Donald’s but I’m addicted to in & out.
It says 2gms carbs in the nutrition box..not right? Also the time to make is off. 5 minutes for prep? It takes at least 10 minutes to chop onions and pickles and cook the meat. It also says 25 minutes to cook but in the directions it says 30-35 minutes.
I don’t pay much attention to prep time but some people do.
I substituted dill pickle relish for the chopped pickles once and it worked great.
Thanks for the recipe.
Anyone tried replacing some of the mayo with cream cheese? Would it be 1:1 ratio substitution?