Black and Bleu Bacon Sliders

Monday, October 20, 2014


I have been on vacation this past week but I thought I would share with you one of our families favorite burger recipes. If you're looking for a burger with flavors that will dazzle your friends at your next party, but is easy enough to whip together in minutes, you've found your recipe. The great thing about this slider is that the mushrooms, bacon, and bleu cheese work together perfectly. This unique burger is always the favorite.

Makes Six Sliders

Ingredients
1 lb. hamburger meat
16 ounces sliced mushrooms
4 slices bacon
1/3 cup bleu cheese
Pretzel slider buns
Dijon mustard (optional)

Directions

1. Mix bleu cheese in to hamburger meat. Form into small patties and heat up your grill.

2. In large pan cook bacon slices until halfway done. Remove and cut into small pieces. Put bacon back into pan along with the mushrooms and sauté for 10 minutes, stirring occasionally.

3. While mushrooms and bacon are cooking, BBQ patties until they are fully cooked.

4. Place patties on pretzel buns and cover with mushrooms and bacon. You can spread a little Dijon mustard on the bun if desired.

5. Serve and enjoy!

#lbdbento

34 comments:

  1. Thats great, love hearing different ways parents show love to their kids

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  2. Thanks Bran, I would love to see your banana drawings

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  3. Thanks Ashley, love hearing about your special memories!

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  4. Sorry Jenni, I don't make a whole week's worth of lunches in one night. I make the fun lunch on Sunday night for Monday. We make other lunches the rest of the week. I do try and prep things like sliced fruit or veggies all at once though so it can easily be used throughout the week.

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  5. Wendy I'm sure there are other ways you show love to your kids though

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  6. thanks Jurintha. I just thought I would have a little fun with them!

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  7. I can't wait to see what you come up with!

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  8. Janet Tilley Swinford CoyleOctober 21, 2014 at 11:18 PM

    Memories are priceless! My sweet mama is dying and I will cherish the memories of the "banana jokes".

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  9. I don't have children, but when I see what you do for your children, I want to make those lunches for me! Thank you!

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  10. haters gonna hate sadly!!! I LOVE what you do!! Keep keeping on lol

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  11. I really got a good laugh!! Great way to respond!!!

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  12. I said the same thing as you about the haters before seeing your comment! lol

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  13. When I was 16 I moved in with my uncle and he would make my lunch everyday. I had been having a hard time and he would put in a post it with a joke or fact and draw a picture on the bag to go with the post it. I still have all the post its. I looked forward to them everyday. Kids (no matter what age) that have someone willing to do things like this for them are super lucky.

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  14. Thanks for sharing this awesome memory!

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  15. You are hilarious. Love your humor and your ideas! And the fact that a DAD is making the lunches - a working dad at that!

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  16. Thanks Jenni for asking this, I was wondering too! :)

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  17. Thanks so much for reading and for the encouragement Joanne!

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  18. I can't believe the nerve some people have to say these things!!
    Well actually i can, people ask me if all 4 of my children have the same father!

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  19. I wish I had the talent to make lunches like that for my kids. It would end up looking like a messy blob
    YOU'RE DOING A GREAT JOB!!!

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  20. Thanks Faith Hope Love. I'm sure you do lots of stuff to show your kids that you love them!

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  21. That's so rude. Why would they even ask that?

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