I was visiting with an old colleague this week and she was telling me how nice it was when she saw my blog notifications come into her email inbox. I lamented how I have not done nearly enough blogging this year and that I really need to get back into it. It just feels like there is never enough time, or I’ve thought about a post BEFORE I start cooking dinner and then all of the sudden my plate is empty and I didn’t take a single picture…
And now it’s June.
I’m doing my best to wrap up all the learning we have done this year, report cards and year end activities but there really is just so much left to do.
Oh well, the end of June is coming whether I am ready for it or not.
Andrew and I love a good burger, but I am not handy with the barbecue and most times I want to get dinner ready before he gets home so that we are not eating super late at night. (And by super late I mean 6:30. Yes, I am like a 90 year-old)
So when I found this recipe for bake-able mini cheeseburgers I was intrigued to say the least.
Here is what you need:
- 1 pound of ground beef
- 1 can of condensed French onion soup (or I just used a onion soup dry packet mix)
- 2 tbsp ketchup
- cheese (5 deli slices or you can use shredded. Whatever you like best….I just used what I had on hand in the fridge)
- 1 tube of biscuit dough
- shredded lettuce, mustard and chopped pickles to garnish the top
I preheated my oven to 375 degrees and sprayed my muffin tins with non-stick spray.
In a large skillet I browned my ground beef and removed any excess fat once it was all cooked through.
I added in the soup and ketchup and half the cheese. I cooked it again until the cheese was all melted in.
In each muffin tin, I placed a piece of biscuit dough and pressed it down and up the sides.
Into each dough cup, I spooned about 1/4 cup of the beef mixture.
I baked these for 15 minutes or until the biscuits were golden brown. I topped with the remaining cheese and let it melt a bit before adding on the pickles, mustard and lettuce.
I served these with a salad on the side.
The Verdict- These taste great! A quick and easy weeknight meal. I’m sure you could even make these in mini muffin tins for a cute little appetizer to serve at your next get together.