Stuffed Ketolicious Burgers

Nonna makes some delicious stuffed burgers. Keto friendly or not – your call! Check out the video and give them a try. They are DELICIOUS!

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Stuffed Burgers


    • 2 Eggs
    • 1.5 pounds Ground Beef
    • 3ish cups Pork Rinds (crushed) OR 2.5ish cups Bread Crumps
    • Bull Shit Seasonings (
    • Dan Pastorini’s Garlic and Herb Seasonings
    • Jacobsen Ghost Chili Salt
    • Gumbo Daddy’s Cajun Seasonings
    • 1 package Mushrooms
    • 1 medium chopped Onion
    • 1/4 cup minced Garlic
    • Olive Oil
    • Shredded sharp cheddar cheese
    • 4-6 Bacon Strips (optional)


    1. Preheat oven to 400°.
    2. Fry bacon and break into small bacon bits (optional). Nonna likes it crispy.
    3. In a frying pan, add a small amount of olive oil and over a high heat sautée onion, garlic, and mushrooms. See Note 1
    4. Remove the pan from heat when mushrooms are soft and onions are translucent and let cool.
    5. In a mixing bowl, put ground beef, 2 eggs and mix.
    6. Add to the beef crushed pork rinds OR bread crumps (not both) and mix See Note 2
    7. Roll the meat into 4 large meatballs. Then shape each ball into a bowl.
    8. Add sprinkling of mushrooms, bacon (optional), and shredded cheese to the center of the bowl and close the bowl over the top. (Makes a large thick hamburger patty).
    9. Either bake in the oven for 30ish minutes (or until it is done) OR place on a grill (do your best to prevent sticking). See Note 3

    Note 1: Nonna sautéed the mushrooms in the bacon grease rather than olive oil. This adds flavor, but is not heart healthy. Use the bacon grease or olive oil, your call!

    Note 2: Using pork rinds keeps the recipe low carb. However, breadcrumbs are perfectly good for the recipe. Again your call!

    Note 3: Nonna baked her stuffed burger in the oven at 400° for 30 mins. However, you can grill them. Just make sure the ground beef is cooked to your desires!

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