Keto Big Mac Bites
Keto Big Mac Bites are a low-carb recipe for little bunless burgers that are perfect for game day or as an appetizer.
Because they can satisfy both your keto AND carb-loving friends, these scrumptious tiny bunless burgers are ideal for gatherings. No one will even miss the bread. Make them for summer picnics, game day parties, tailgating gatherings, or just a fun family supper on a weeknight. You’ll want more after drizzling that special sauce over those tiny hamburger bits.
Keto Big Mac Bites Ingredients
- 1.5 pounds of beef, ground
- 1/4 cup finely diced onion
- 4 slices of American cheese, 1 teaspoon of salt
- Dill pickle lettuce, 16 slices
Keto Big Mac Bites Secret sauce
- a mug of mayonnaise
- 1 cup Dill pickle relish
- Yellow mustard, 2 tablespoons
- White wine vinegar, 1 teaspoon
- Paprika, 1 teaspoon
- 1 teaspoon powdered onion
- 1 teaspoon of minced garlic
- In a large bowl, combine the ground beef, onions, and salt. Heat the oven to 400 degrees F. Combine thoroughly by mixing.
- Roll the beef into balls that weigh 1.5 ounces. Place each one on a baking sheet that has been lined with parchment paper and lightly press it down to make a mini burger patty.
- Bake for 15 minutes at 400 degrees Fahrenheit, or until cooked through.
- In a bowl, combine all of the ingredients for the secret sauce while the burgers are cooking.
- Turn off the oven and take the burgers out when they are done baking. Apply any remaining grease with a paper towel.
- Cut each cheddar cut into four squares and put a square on every small-scale patty. Allow the cheese to melt by returning it to the cooling oven.
- Using a skewer, poke a few squares of lettuce and a pickle slice into each meatball.
- Enjoy it with the secret sauce!
- Adapt the 80/20 ground beef slightly. Your small burgers’ additional fat in the ground beef keeps them nicely moist.
- As they cook, these tiny patties will contract, so if you’re patting them out by hand, make them just a little bit wider than you want them to be when they’re done.
- Do you desire precisely round little burger patties? Consider using a cookie cutter or the lid from a small jar as a mold for your ground beef.
- Once you have one, you’re good to go. You’ll need to pick one that is the proper size (slightly larger than you want the burger to be once it is cooked). Use plastic wrap to line the lid to prevent the ground beef from sticking inside.