Satisfy those cravings for a cheeseburger without breaking out the grill! This Kid's Cheeseburger Pie has great flavors and is easy!
Easily be the most popular pie for kids
by N. NANCY
, Yorba Linda, CA on Apr. 2010
This can easily be the most popular pie for the youngest crowd. It takes a while to make but the feedback is wonderful. The dill pickle juice really gives the pie a zesty taste.
Good as Red Robin
by C. Candace
, VA on Aug. 2008
I have made this recipe twice now, and it has been a huge hit both times, and the critcs were all three and under. I did add a few ingredients, which may have helped. I just thought about what I like on my "real" cheesburgers and used that for inspiration. For example, I added some grilled onions when cooking the beef and I poured in a little Wicersire sause too to add a little flavor to the beef. The pickles flavor was strong, which was great, since I like pickles. I would recommend this for anyone who is tired of making the same old hamburgers or anyone looking for a creative way to make ground beef. Enjoy.
Easy and Fun to Eat!
by C. CHERYL
, ELBOW LAKE, MN on May. 2008
This was such a simple recipe. This is definitely a meal that the kids love - and the pickles add a nice touch.
Kids Cheeseburger Pie
by T. Tammy
, Morley, MI on May. 2008
My family loves it when I make this. We don't use the american cheese though, we use shredded chedder instead. My kids like it better.
by J. Jennifer
, MOBILE, AL on Jan. 2008
I don't know if I did something wrong in the recipe,but it sure didn't taste too good.Kids didn't like it either.It was dry tasting.I won't try this recipe again.
by E. Emily
, DAWSON, MN on Jan. 2008
Easy to make, but my family would have rather had a real cheeseburger. Not sure if I would make again. The pickles in this recipe really make it different.
Kids Love It
by K. Karen
, DUNLAP, TN on Oct. 2007
This was very simple to make. All my children love cheeseburgers. It was a hit.
It was ok
by J. Jason
, Lake of the Ozarks, MO on Sep. 2007
My girlfriend and I made this last night, it was defiantly a good recipe but if we do make it again we'll have to take out the pickles. We both found that they were over-powering.
Foster Daughter loved it
by C. Christina
, Sayre, OK on Aug. 2007
I've made this before and my foster daughter (who is VERY picky) loved it!!!
by C. Chrissie
, , on Jul. 2007
I made this when my children had their friends over and it was a hit. I was told I should make it more often and invite them all over again so they can help eat it.
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