Cheese Stuffed Burger Dogs Recipe

Backyard BBQ season has arrived! If cheeseburgers are on your grill menu you must try this twist; Grilled Cheese Stuffed Burger Dogs.

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Backyard BBQ season has arrived! If cheeseburgers are on your grill menu you must try this twist; Grilled Cheese Stuffed Burger Dogs. TrishSutton.com

A couple years ago I tried my luck at Grilled Cheese Stuffed Burger Dogs and they were a HIT with my family. The truth is that I was a little intimidated at first. It wasn’t that I didn’t think my guys would like them. They happen to love cheeseburgers. My concern was the actual cooking time. I quickly found my groove and the grooves of my grill created the perfect burger dog in my 5 minute rotations.

Backyard BBQ season has arrived! If cheeseburgers are on your grill menu you must try this twist; Grilled Cheese Stuffed Burger Dogs. TrishSutton.com

Grilled Cheese Stuffed Burger Dogs Recipe

INGREDIENTS:

1 pound Ground Beef
4 Cheese Sticks
Salt & Pepper
Hot Dog Buns

Desired Burger Condiments & Toppings

DIRECTIONS:

Preheat grill to 375 degrees.

Divide the ground beef into fourths. Roll 1/4 pound of meat into a ball then press the meat onto a sheet of waxed paper or another non-stick surface. Shape the flattened ground beef into a rectangle then sprinkle salt and pepper over the meat.

Backyard BBQ season has arrived! If cheeseburgers are on your grill menu you must try this twist; Grilled Cheese Stuffed Burger Dogs. TrishSutton.com

Place one cheese stick on the edge of the beef square then roll the meat over the cheese stick. Press the meat around all edges of the cheese until it is completely covered by ground beef.

Backyard BBQ season has arrived! If cheeseburgers are on your grill menu you must try this twist; Grilled Cheese Stuffed Burger Dogs. TrishSutton.com

Once the grill has reached a temperature of at least 375* degrees place the Cheese Stuffed Burger Dogs onto the hot grill. Close the lid and cook for 5 minutes before rotating the burger dogs to cook an additional 5 minutes. Turn them two more times to create grill marks on all sides and for a total cook time of 20 minutes.

Backyard BBQ season has arrived! If cheeseburgers are on your grill menu you must try this twist; Grilled Cheese Stuffed Burger Dogs. TrishSutton.com

After 20 minutes on the grill the cheese should begin to seep out of the ends of the burger dogs and the juices should be dripping clear. An additional minute or two may be needed. (Or for those who prefer a more rare hamburger a minute less on each grill rotation should do the trick.)

Backyard BBQ season has arrived! If cheeseburgers are on your grill menu you must try this twist; Grilled Cheese Stuffed Burger Dogs. TrishSutton.com

Remove the burger dogs from the grill and serve immediately with hog dog buns and your favorite condiments.

ENJOY!!

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Backyard BBQ season has arrived! If cheeseburgers are on your grill menu you must try this twist; Grilled Cheese Stuffed Burger Dogs. TrishSutton.com

Grilled Cheese Stuffed Burger Dogs

Ingredients

  • 1 pound Ground Beef
  • 4 Cheese Sticks
  • Salt & Pepper
  • 4 Hot Dog Buns
  • desired condiments

Instructions

  1. Preheat grill to 375 degrees.

  2. Divide the ground beef into fourths. Roll 1/4 pound of meat into a ball then press the meat onto a sheet of waxed paper or another non-stick surface. Shape the flattened ground beef into a rectangle then sprinkle salt and pepper over the meat.

  3. Place one cheese stick on the edge of the beef square then roll the meat over the cheese stick. Press the meat around all edges of the cheese until it is completely covered by ground beef.

  4. Once the grill has reached a temperature of at least 375* degrees place the Cheese Stuffed Burger Dogs onto the hot grill. Close the lid and cook for 5 minutes before rotating the burger dogs to cook an additional 5 minutes. Turn them two more times to create grill marks on all sides and for a total cook time of 20 minutes.

  5. After 20 minutes on the grill the cheese should begin to seep out of the ends of the burger dogs and the juices should be dripping clear. An additional minute or two may be needed. (Or for those who prefer a more rare hamburger a minute less on each grill rotation should do the trick.)

  6. Remove the burger dogs from the grill and serve immediately with hog dog buns and your favorite condiments.


About Trish

When this sleep deprived self proclaimed tea addict is not creating messes with her six year old, Trish can often be found watching ESPN whilst debating penalties and plays with her college aged son. Along with tea, Trish could live off of licorice and popcorn. Her favorite place in the world is by her husband's side - preferably in a football stadium, at Disneyland or in San Diego.

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