This post has been sponsored by The Kraft Heinz Company. All thoughts and opinions are my own. #GrabGoWow. Follow this link for more simple summer recipes using Kraft products.
No matter what kind of get together you're having this summer, these Miracle Whip WOW Burgers are sure to be a hit! The beef patty is topped with a slice of cheese and sautéd onions in a sauce made from Miracle Whip and A.1. Original Sauce. This is not your average burger recipe and will be the hit of your next summer get together!
Let's imagine a scenario.
You've invited friends over for a little barbecue and you begin to wonder what recipe you'll use for the burgers.
On the one hand, a simple burger with your average toppings is expected for summer time barbecues. But on the other, you'd love to do something a little different while keeping it simple still.
You run to Walmart to grab your supplies. Burger patties, cheese, tomato, onion, buns. What else? How about a sauce that changes the whole complexity of the burger?
These Miracle Whip WOW Burgers come from a recipe from Kraft and I love that the recipe is simple, but elevated from your usual burger with just meat and cheese recipe (which I'm guilty of choosing a lot!). The best part is, even though this recipe feels and tastes fancy, it's so easy to make. You use Kraft Miracle Whip and A.1. sauce to make the sauce for the sautéd onions, add a slice of tomato and put it all on a fancy bun and you're set.
This burger recipe can be whipped up in just a few minutes because you use preformed burgers and a few ingredients that can all be bought at Walmart. As a busy toddler mama, I am always looking for ways to be more effective with my time and money so being able to grab all of the ingredients I need for a quick summer dinner like these burgers is a must for me!
You could even customize these burgers with the variety of condiments that Kraft has to make your own version of these WOW burgers. Switch out the cheese for a different variety of Kraft singles or use a different kind of bread. No matter how you vary the burger, you'll be able to have better barbecues and get togethers this summer with this simple yet fancy recipe!
- 8 ground beef patties
- 2 tablespoon olive oil
- 3 sweet onions (2 lb) thinly sliced, separated into rings
- ¼ cup Kraft Miracle Whip dressing
- 3 tablespoon A.1. Original Sauce
- 8 kaiser rolls, partially split
- 2 tomatoes, each cut into 8 slices
- 8 Kraft Singles
- Grill or broil beef patties until done (160?F).
- Meanwhile, heat oil in large nonstick skillet on medium-high heat. Add onions; cook and stir 10 min. or until golden brown. Stir in dressing and steak sauce.
- Fill rolls with tomatoes, burgers, Singles and onion mixture.
Burgers are done when they have reached 160?F.