KraftRecipes.com
Print PageClose Window

Product Recall: Voluntary recall of 260 cases of Velveeta Original Pasteurized Recipe Cheese Products. Click Here.

  • Kraft Cheese
  • Philadelphia
  • Velveeta
  • Jello
  • kraft-salad-dressing
  • a1
  • Recipe Box
  • Join / Sign In
  • Find Kraft Foods on Facebook
  • Follow Kraft Foods on Pinterest
  • Watch Kraft Foods on YouTube
  • Follow Kraft Foods on Tumblr

Mini Cheeseburgers

This player is created by Blackwell Team for testing.
video by: kraft
Way clever: hot dog buns cut in thirds become mini sliders. Even more clever, you portion the beef, add the cheese and bake. No flipping! Watch our video to see how it's do...read more
time
prep:
15 min
total:
50 min
servings
total:
6 servings
More great cheese recipes
sign up and join the discussion
Rate recipes, or edit your previous ratings and more. Sign In
posted:
2/25/2010
We love this recipe, however we always use the little dinner rolls for buns. They hold great for anything extra you want to put on your burgers.
posted:
1/12/2010
these were great! I made them a little different. I did the hamburger mixture and cooked little patties on the george foreman to get out a lot of the grease from the burgers and then I put the burgers together just like regular ones and added extra mustard & ketchup since some drained out when cooking. I didn't have lean meat and I figured doing them in the oven would make the buns and everything really mushy. They turn out wonderful.
posted:
10/6/2009
We used this recipe for my daughter's b-day party. It was a hit with all. My only suggestion to help with buns not getting soggy was to cook the meat before hand in a cookie sheet. Then just cut into perfect size and assemble the rest of the recipe. This was nice and easy!
posted:
9/29/2009
My family of picky eaters loves when I make these! They are delicious. My suggestions to make them less soggy is to put the TOP of the buns down (not the bottoms) since they are thicker and to shape the meat into little patties, rather than press the meat into the bun. Also I don't use pickles, that might make a difference too. When served with fries and a salad there is enough of these burgers for leftovers the next day. Great recipe!!
posted:
8/26/2009
I tried this recipe but about half of the bottom buns got soggy.
posted:
8/12/2009
It's was really good, but the bottom buns did get soggy from the meat
posted:
8/12/2009
These cheeseburgers reminded me so much of White Castle burgers. I loved them and so did my boys! They were so simple to make, which definitely makes these a new addition to our dinner list! I plan to try them with ground turkey next time to make them a little healthier, these are NOT healthy, but taste so good that I easily ate my fill!
posted:
5/24/2009
The first time I made this recipe, everything turned out super yummy. But the second time, the meat wasn't entirely cooked all the way. It could have been my geriatric oven, but despite the uncooked meat fiasco the second time, I would definitely attempt at making them again.
posted:
5/14/2009
great for pick-nicks, super bowl parties or just for movie nights with friends. my friends and kids loved it so much its now a tradition!!!
posted:
5/4/2009
Buns got soggy. Hamburgers themselves were good, however. I will make them again cooking the hamburgers and buns separately.
K:55943v0:112482
All ratings for
false src=http://www.kraftrecipes.com/controls/registration/ajax/ExitPopup.aspx;title=Popup;width=625px;height=330px
sign up to become a member sign up for email