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Sometimes I want to try to eat healthy. That becomes really difficult when you love food as much as I do. However, I have found there are ways to alter a recipe so it works in my favor when I’m trying to be healthy. This is one of them.
Instead of layering on the bread with my burger, this casserole allows me to enjoy all the deliciousness of a juicy burger without adding on all those extra calories. This casserole is as good as it looks and is wonderful to indulge in when you’re craving something hearty.
Recipe and photo courtesy of I Heart the Mart.
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Quick Tip: Buy your favorite burger toppings and layer them over your slice of casserole for the perfect burger effect.