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Old Wed, Feb-11-15, 17:59
FatFreeMe FatFreeMe is offline
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Default Cheeseburger Pie

From www.somedayilllearn.com (and I thought maybe this lady was a member here..?) Had this for supper and it was de=lish! Maybe too good!

http://www.somedayilllearn.com/cheeseburger-pie/



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Old Thu, Feb-12-15, 13:59
LowcSpike LowcSpike is offline
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Omg this looks AMAZING!!

I have two packets of ground mince in my fridge right now.. I was going to make it into small burgers but no way..im making this now :-)

Ill prob make it in a min...

thanks for posting this
Spike
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Old Thu, Feb-12-15, 15:25
FatFreeMe FatFreeMe is offline
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your welcome. leftovers for lunch were pretty good too!
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Old Thu, Feb-12-15, 20:35
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This sound good -- I bet it would taste good with some lettuce soaked in Italian dressing as a side
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Old Fri, Feb-13-15, 07:19
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Looks great! I think I'll pop one of these in the oven this weekend! Thanks for sharing!

I think this will also make a great 'make ahead' meal for those nights when I know I'm going to be stretched thin and it will be too easy to grab something off plan or for lunches at work.

Thanks for posting!!
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Old Sat, Feb-14-15, 00:54
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I made one of these the other night andI been eating it for the next 2 days... it was incredible. I also tried it out on my co workers and they loved it too. def worth trying this one.
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Old Sat, Feb-14-15, 04:27
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I made it in a 9x13 pan and it easily feed us two meals
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Old Sun, Feb-15-15, 02:31
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Im going to do another today :-) I went out and bought some locally made mayo with Blue cheese ( less then 2 grams of carb for the amount needed in the recipe)
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Old Sun, Mar-15-15, 12:41
LowcSpike LowcSpike is offline
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I dunno about everyone else but I have now made this dish about 4 times since it was posted up :-) Great find.. I like that it lasts a few days too.
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Old Mon, Mar-16-15, 08:41
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That's why I shared it spike, it was too delish to keep to myself!
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Old Mon, Mar-16-15, 17:47
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I only have ground chicken in the freezer. Gonna try it with this tonight. Hope it works.
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Old Wed, May-13-15, 01:18
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Originally Posted by FatFreeMe
From www.somedayilllearn.com (and I thought maybe this lady was a member here..?) Had this for supper and it was de=lish! Maybe too good!

http://www.somedayilllearn.com/cheeseburger-pie/






Jody - just so you know.. making this for the 14th time tonight LOL :-) amazingggg recipe.. thank you so much for posting it ..
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Old Wed, May-13-15, 03:32
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When hubby and I quit our nothing jobs and started college together many moons ago (being broke, and in love as newlyweds was kinda cute, I actually took a tea bag with me to school, hot water was free, so I didnt have to pay for coffee or tea..that's cheap)

I found this recipe in the newspaper in like 1973, a mom had asked the food editor to make "hamburger pie" healthier,after taking out flour, etc this was the result.…and it was a favorite for years and years.
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Old Wed, May-13-15, 08:18
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On a whim I put pickles in meatloaf the other day --- it kinda gave it a "cheeseburger" essence.
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Old Wed, May-13-15, 16:15
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So if you balance the other liquids with some pizza sauce? Huh? Some peperoni and shrooms? The possibilities are endless.

Thank you, thank you.
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