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Almost Cheeseburger (Gluten-Free)

This recipe comes to us from Connie Sarros, author of the following cookbooks:

  • Wheat-free Gluten-free Dessert Cookbook.
  • Wheat-free Gluten-free Reduced Calorie Cookbook.
  • Wheat-free Gluten-free Cookbook for Kids and Working Adults.

This one is from the just-released WFGF Cookbook for Kids and Working Adults:

Ingredients:
½ lb. lean ground beef
1 teaspoon dried minced onion flakes
1 lb. gluten-free processed cheese, cut into cubes
¼ cup milk
1 Tablespoon gluten-free ketchup
2 Tablespoons gluten-free mustard

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Directions:
Have an adult help you brown the beef and onion flakes in a skillet that has been sprayed with a gluten-free nonstick spray, breaking up the meat with a fork as it cooks. Stir in the cheese, milk, ketchup and mustard; stir until the cheese has melted.

Note: Use as a dip with crackers, as a cheeseburger with gluten-free bread fingers as dippers, or as a main meal by serving it over boiled, gluten-free elbow macaroni.

Yield: 4 cups. Serving size: ½ cup. Calories: 266; Total fat: 17.6g; Saturated fat: 10.3g; Cholesterol: 75.6mg; Sodium: 923.9mg; Carbohydrates: 7.5g; Fiber: .1g; Sugar: 5.4g; Protein: 17.5g

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