This homemade grilled burger is the best low carb, keto, healthy and flavorful recipe you ever saw. And it´s sooo easy to make!!!
If you are tired of those burgers from fast food restaurants, well you are in the right place. As a mother, my children are always asking me: “Mom, when are we going to eat burger?!” A few years ago, I pick up my car and drive with them to one of those fast food restaurants. But now, I don’t need to do that anymore, because I find my own way to make a perfect and juicy burger.
You know how I like quick and easy recipes that turn a simple meal into a dinner or lunch full of flavor. With these keto burgers, I can get all of this because they are really, really simple to make.
With only a few ingredients that probably you already have in your kitchen, you can make the juiciest, amazing burger. Usually, burgers are made with breadcrumbs. But I don’t use them and they have the same consistent and became very juicy too.
It’s also very important to buy meat with some fat. I grill these burgers and it is important to avoid that they get to dry using meat with little fat.
This is what you need to make a perfect homemade burger:
I made a video for you, explaining how to make this keto burger. You can watch it down below.
I serve these burgers with kale. But for my kids I made pasta with tomatoes and grated carrot.
I made this lovely, tender, juicy low carb burgers in the last weekend and I double the recipe because I wanted to freeze some of them for later. Freeze them individually on wax paper. Once they’re frozen you can stack them and store them. So on a lazy day, I have an almost ready meal.
Try this recipe and let me know if you like it!
Since you are reading this post, you are probably interested in trying the Ketogenic Diet. As a beginner, you might struggle with planning your diet in advance. Just get yourself this created for busy people, and never worry about what will be your next meal tomorrow!
Amount Per Serving:
Calories: 293 | Total Fat: 27% | Cholesterol: 47% | Total Carbohydrate: 1% | Protein: 65%