Homemade Keto Burger Recipe

I will admit, I love to eat a juicy burger with some french fries. Who wouldn’t?! A burger is one of the most popular summer BBQ food, but it is not exactly summer body friendly. The buns are loaded in carbohydrate, and the burger patties and cheese are loaded in fat. It is high calories food. But, it is delicious. Today I’m going to share with you my homemade gluten-free, low carb, and keto burger recipe. It is low carb and high in fiber.

If you are planning on heading to a few BBQ this summer and keep your summer body in shape, there are many ways you can make your burger healthier.

Here is what I used to make my healthier keto burger:

Cauliflower sandwich thins

Lettuce is usually my way to cut calories on my burger and make it skinny. However, somedays lettuce isn’t as satisfying than buns. If you are looking for a bun substitute, check out Outer Aisle cauliflower sandwich thins. With this sandwich thins, I can now enjoy a burger with “buns” and not have to feel guilty about eating it. This sandwich thin is low carb, low calories, naturally gluten-free, allergen-friendly, and you get one serving of vegetable per piece. I think it is a no brainer to use this sandwich thins as burger buns.

Now, this sandwich thin is gluten free and is made from cauliflower. I know what you are thinking, it must taste pretty disgusting. While I wouldn’t say this sandwich thin texture is just like bread, but it does give volume and depth to whatever you are eating with. And trust me, you won’t miss the gluten and the carb. Some would say, it’s like having bread. In term of taste, you do not taste the cauliflower at. It may smell like cauliflower when you first open the packaging, but it does NOT taste like cauliflower at all.

Add some heat

I love spicy food, and I like my burger spicy. And of course, one of the most well-known health benefits of spice is its ability to raise metabolism, and thus burn extra calories. Eating spicy food can temporarily boost your metabolism by up to eight percent! So you know what that means, add some heat to your food this summer.

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Organic lean beef

When it comes to purchasing meat for the patties, I choose organic lean ground beef. Organic is a must for me when it comes to meat because USDA allows antibiotic usage on beef (unless the farmer decided not to use it on their animal, they could label raised without antibiotics). Another reason why I choose organic is that bacteria tend to remain on the surface of the solid cut meat. And when the solid cut turns to ground, the bacteria get mixed throughout the meat during the grinding process. Ground beef (like other ground meats) can also go through several grinding steps at processing plants and in stores, providing more opportunities for cross-contamination to occur. When you purchase organic, the measures are much more strict than conventional.

Choose your condiment wisely

When comes to burgers sauce, ketchup, mustard, and mayo are the most popular. However, these sauce are either high in sugar, sodium, fat, artificial color, artificial flavor, or full of chemical ingredients.

When it comes to condiment, be sure to read the label of store brought products or make your own!

Find the perfect beach body approved keto burger recipe below. It is gluten free, low carb, spicy, loaded in fiber, and lean.

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Homemade Keto Burger Recipe
Course Main Dish
Cuisine American
Keyword Beef
Prep Time 10 Mintues
Cook Time 20 Minutes
Servings
People
Ingredients
Burger
  • 1/2 lb Ground beef organic, 99% lean
  • 1 Whole Shallot Finely chopped
  • ~3 tbsp Ketchup organic
  • ~3 tbsp Korean BBQ Sauce
  • 2-4 Cauliflower sandwich thins
  • 1 tomato Sliced
  • 1 whole Jalapeño Finely chopped
  • Arugla
  • Herbie Vore Yogurt Spread I used Blode Kuh (plant based)
"Fries"
  • 2-3 Whole Potatoes Any type
  • ~3-4 tbsp Avocado Oil
  • Himalayan Salt Based on personal perference
Course Main Dish
Cuisine American
Keyword Beef
Prep Time 10 Mintues
Cook Time 20 Minutes
Servings
People
Ingredients
Burger
  • 1/2 lb Ground beef organic, 99% lean
  • 1 Whole Shallot Finely chopped
  • ~3 tbsp Ketchup organic
  • ~3 tbsp Korean BBQ Sauce
  • 2-4 Cauliflower sandwich thins
  • 1 tomato Sliced
  • 1 whole Jalapeño Finely chopped
  • Arugla
  • Herbie Vore Yogurt Spread I used Blode Kuh (plant based)
"Fries"
  • 2-3 Whole Potatoes Any type
  • ~3-4 tbsp Avocado Oil
  • Himalayan Salt Based on personal perference
Instructions
  1. In a mixing bowl, add ground beef, shallot, ketchup, jalapeño, and Korean BBQ sauce.
  2. On a grill or in a pan on medium heat, place the patties in the pan. Let it cook until the top is starting to turn white then flip it.
  3. Place the cauliflower flour thins in the oven at 375 for about 5 minutes. Or you can put it in your toaster.
  4. Once it's toasted, spread your favorite condiment. Then lay the patties in middle and stack it with tomatoes and arugula.
"Fries"
  1. Pre-heat the oven at 375F. In a mixing bowl, mix oil, sliced potatoes, and salt together.
  2. Bake potatoes for about 15-20 minutes until turns golden brown. The amount of time will depends on how thick you cut the potato. I like my potato about 1/4" thick.
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