My trip home last weekend was perfect and we survived “Winter Storm Gia” this weekend… 2019 is looking like my year.
Highlights from week 2 include…
Iced coffee with black walnut extract and sweet cream creamer.
Stumptown cold brew coffee box.
Who knew that Perfect Bars were so freaking delicious?! This peanut butter chocolate chip one was basically cookie dough.
Stonyfield chocolate yogurt pouch (7/10), a Kiku apple (8/10), and a chocolate peanut butter filled Clif bar (9.5/10).
I brought these yummy coconut candies back from St. Thomas.
Shiner S’more is officially my new favorite beer.
Guzzled while assembling everything but the kitchen sink cookies with caramel, kettle chips, toffee bits, caramel chips, and chocolate chips.
This quickie packaged foods dinner was sooo good. Chicken and cheese pupusas + bbq chicken chips + roasted broccoli + Trader Joe’s Zhoug sauce.
I have an unhealthy obsession with the “Asian” section of Wegman’s hot bar.
We made insanely, over-the-top, decadent double cheese burgers with Beyond Burger patties.
Two patties on a brioche bun with mayo, turkey bacon, and smoked cheddar slices. Plus kettle chips and veggies from the Whole Foods’ hot bar – curry caulilini and roasted rainbow carrots, mushrooms, and root vegetables.
Then later in the week we did a similar thing with Boca Chick’n patties.
We made killer sheet pan hash browns. Potato, sweet potato, purple sweet potato, olive oil, smoked paprika, green onion, turkey bacon, and red, yellow, and orange bell pepper.
Topped with Zhoug and fried eggs.
2 thoughts on “Double Bacon Cheese Beyond Burgers”
Which type of Beyond Burgers did you try? Were they easy to cook? How long did you have to take to make them? (I am used to microwave veggie burgers!) Also, have you tried them in a restaurant yet?
It was the beyond beef burger. We cooked them in a saute pan which was a little weird because they were soooooooo greasy. Quick to make though, like 3-5 minutes per side. Adam thought they were too greasy but they were smoky in a way that I loved.
We haven’t had them out anywhere yet, but we had the Impossible Burger at a restaurant in NYC and it was fantastic.