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Guys and gals, you HAVE got to try this amazing cheeseburger pie recipe. It is named perfectly because Wimpy would have turned in his hamburgers and began obsessing over this pie-form of cheeseburgery delight, guaranteed. It tastes exactly like a cheeseburger. Load yours up with onions, pickles, mustard, and ketchup for an awesome meal. The crescent roll crust gives this pie the appeal that you’re actually noshing on a burger bun. So tasty! My kids and husband absolutely devoured this cheeseburger pie.
I served this cheeseburger pie with a tossed salad and ranch dressing. You can’t go wrong with that! It is safe to say that this recipe is a keeper.
Recipe courtesy of College Cook Blog.
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Quick Tip: I have experimented with using different cheeses in this recipe. Swiss works super well!