Gluten Free Open Face Burger Recipe with Chebe Breadstick Mix

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Gluten Free Open Face Burger

I love Chebe. I mean it, I really love Chebe products. It has become a staple in our house when we are craving pizza, bread sticks, cheese balls or whatever other doughy need we might have one night. Imagine my delight when I came home from a long day at the gym to find Aaron made these little treats for dinner!

I know its a lot of carbs but sometimes you just need a little carby indulgence after a long day of work.

So, you want to try to make these for dinner?

Here’s what you are going to need for my Gluten Free Open Face Burger

Ingredients:

1lb of Grass Fed Beef

1 Egg

3/4 Cup of gluten free bread crumbs (we use Tall Papa’s)

2 tablespoons of coconut oil

2 tablespoons of olive oil

3 minced garlic cloves

1 Box of Chebe Breadstick Mix

1-2 cups of marinara sauce

4 slices of cheese (we used mozzarella)

How to assemble!

1. Follow Chebe directions on box to get the dough ready and then flatten into round pods. Heat oven to 350 degrees and bake for 10 minutes. You want them to be about the same size as the burger patties. So however large your burgers are, that’s the size of the bread bottom. Brush the dough with some coconut oil before baking and putting on a nonstick pan in the oven.

2. Mix the ground grassfed beef, egg, breadcrumbs into a bowl. Shape into 4 patties and cook on low heat with coconut oil in a skillet or other frying pan on the stove. Cook to your desired temperature.

3. You want the burgers and the bread to be done at the same time!

4. Take the roll out of the oven – top with the burger patty, slice of cheese to your liking  (we used mozzarella) and some red sauce on top. Cook for about 5 minutes to melt the cheese and heat up the marinara sauce.

5. Take out and enjoy!

Gluten Free Open Face Burger
Gluten Free Open Face Burger

**I am not sponsored, paid or given product by Chebe. I genuinely love their products. They are the greatest thing we’ve found since going gluten free.**

 

Review: Tall Papa’s Gluten Free Bread Crumbs

Tall Papa's Breadcrumbs
Tall Papa’s Breadcrumbs

Since being diagnosed, I really haven’t found a good gluten free breadcrumb that still maintains its integrity after being coated on our fish. I was thrilled when Tall Papa’s reached out to me to try and review their gluten free breadcrumbs!

Last night, my husband made fish tacos. We love Mahi Mahi to put in our tacos and it’s also a really great fish to make breaded. We used the citrus lime flavored ones and they are amazing!

Nutritional Facts:

Brown rice flour, water, tapioca flour, egg whites, evaporated cane sugar, organic canola oil, xanthan gum, yeast, sea salt, enzymes, maltodextrin, lime juice, lime oil

After coating the Mahi is egg whites, we rolled the fish in the bread crumbs and baked it for about 25 minutes on 350 degrees. When we took the fish out of the oven, I was thrilled to see how crispy and thick the breading still looked after baking!

Next up for these little delicious treats – Meatballs!!!

Tall Papa’s Citrus Lime Breadcrumbs
Tall Papa’s Citrus Lime Breadcrumbs

We still have 1/2 the bag left and another bag of the cajun spice also to try out in the next few weeks. I’ll update this post after trying them too!

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