When you're hungry, sometimes an ordinary burger just won't do it. If you're looking for something filling and absolutely oozing with juicy goodness, consider stuffing your burger with something creamy and rich.
All of these thick patties are absolutely fabulous charred over the grill, so if you'd like to whip up something special for an end-of-summer barbecue, this is a great way to go.
Plus, these burgers are easy to customize based on your nutritional needs. There are some dairy-free and vegetarian options here, and you can easily mix and match your favorite elements of each recipe. Not into beef? Try these with ground turkey instead -- the stuffing method is a great way to ensure that they don't come out as hockey pucks.
No matter which route you choose, you're sure to devour these moist, juicy burgers with gusto. Enjoy!
This recipe calls for extra sharp cheddar cheese, but feel free to use anything melty that you like -- you really can't go wrong! This is also a great template if you need a basic burger-stuffing guideline.
If you love crunchy, gooey mozzarella sticks, this burgerfied version is for you! Love taking shortcuts? Go ahead and mix the cheese right into the patty blend like so.
This juicy paleo-friendly burger packs a ton of protein into each hearty serving, and the spicy chipotle and fresh herbs bring a much-needed zing of flavor.
I can't think of a better use for leftover mac and cheese, can you? If you want an ultimate, reckless Cheat Day treat, you can top this with another layer of bacon strips, cheddar cheese, avocado, bacon jam and/or crispy fried onion strings. Whoa!
Cooked quinoa and lentils bring lots of flavor and healthy, filling protein. Plus, they make for an easy, eggless binder; as such, this recipe is super easy to veganize. Just swap out the cheese for dairy-free Daiya, balsamic vinegar-coated avocado or tofu ricotta.
Garlic powder and barbecue sauce get mixed right into your ground beef, so you know this one is going to pack a serious punch when it comes to flavor. Add the cheesy, smoky, caramelized stuffing mix to bring it all home.
Veggie-oat burgers are anything but boring when you stuff them full of powerful wasabi cheese. If you can't find the unusual dairy product, just use any mild, creamy cheese and mix in some wasabi paste.