Oil Of Joy: Patty Melt, melt my heart Low Carb, THM S, Allergy friendly!


Sunday, April 3, 2016

Patty Melt, melt my heart Low Carb, THM S, Allergy friendly!

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Yes, this is a beautiful little allergy friendly patty melt. My household was in patty melt heaven when I made these ones. Oh yes, I am Rock Star Mom right now. :)

These little babies are egg free (of course), can be nut free with a little tweak on my recipe, wheat free, can be dairy free, gluten free too!

Boy oh boy, I am so thankful to have a diet plan that includes Patty Melts!

I truly hope you enjoy this recipe as much as we did!

Patty Melts, Melt my heart!

Multiple Servings for family

Ingredients needed:
Just Like Grandmas Rolls
2 Teaspoons Caraway Seeds

1.5-2 pound extra lean ground beef
2 Tablespoons Worcestershire sauce
salt and pepper

1-2 Large onions, sliced into strips
butter or coconut oil for sauteeing

Swiss cheese slices for those who can have dairy

For the burger buns, I use my Just Like Grandmas Rolls recipe found HERE.

*To make them nut free, just sub flax meal for the nut flour called for, I do it all the time and it works GREAT!

** To make these have more of a rye type flavor, I added 2 teaspoons of caraway seeds to the dough! That's my only tweak! They are super yummy! I will probably do this for regular sandwich buns now and then as well! Don't skip it, it adds such a fabulous flavor!

For the burgers:
I used 1.5-2 pounds of extra lean ground beef
2 Tablespoons of Worcestershire sauce
salt and pepper to taste

Combine burger ingredients, don't over mix, form into slider size burger patties and grill in a fry pan.

I use this scooper to get a uniform size for both my buns and my burgers:


Grill the onions, I used one large onion, although my family had wished there was more. Since we are supposed to watch the amount of onion in an S meal, I used just the one, but next time I will make two large onions and let them load up.

I just sliced my onion into strips, sauteed them in butter, but refined coconut oil would be a great non dairy option. I did overcook mine a bit...so keep an eye on yours!

Last, I used 1/4 slice of swiss cheese on each burger for those who could have dairy. For those that cant, they just enjoyed them without the cheese.

These really are a keeper of a recipe. Satisfying, home cooked goodness.

With Joy ~ Tina :)

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