Eight Delicious Ways to Create Burger Magic: The Best Burger Recipes

Eight Delicious Ways to Create Burger Magic: The Best Burger Recipes

There’s almost no one who doesn’t love a juicy burger. Omnivores and vegetarians alike can agree that any burger topped with one of our many tasty Cabot cheese selections goes right to the top of their must-have list – especially during summer grilling season.
These eight hamburger recipes, featured on the Cabot website recipe section, are all tried and true favorites, just waiting for your special touch to make them uniquely your own.

First off, we have these cheesy & delicious Philly Cheesesteak Smothered Burgers. The name speaks for itself – whip these up on a weeknight, or for a crowd on the weekends!

Philly Cheesesteak Smothered Burgers

Looking for something outside of the box? These Portobello Alpine Beef Burgers are topped with the wildly popular Alpine Cheddar – with its subtle Swiss and slight grana texture similar to Parmesan, it’s the perfect match for a tender beef patty.

Portobello burger

If you want a moist, lower fat version of a plain beef patty, we have two delicious turkey burgers with a huge fan following. First up is the Easy Moist Turkey Cheeseburger. Because ground turkey is very lean, it’s sometimes difficult to get it to stick together to form the burger patty. Our secret is binding the turkey with a dollop of Cabot Greek Yogurt. It not only helps the burger hold together it adds a moist tang that is delish. Top it with your favorite Cabot Cheddar – like Habanero or Pepper Jack for an extra kick of spicy flavor.

Turkey Burger

One of the great all-time flavor combinations is turkey and cranberry sauce. This grilled superstar combines that delightful combo in a cheesy burger. Our Harvest Stuffed Turkey Burger with Cranberry Mayo is a unique take on a traditional sandwich. This one is loaded with flavor and great taste.

Harvest Burger

How about this gluten-free alternative to a regular burger? Try these super tasty Cheeseburger Lettuce Wraps. Make them with any kind of ground meat your prefer – beef, chicken, pork, or turkey. You can even make them with scrambled tofu. Wrapping the great taste of a cheeseburger, complete with cheese, tomatoes, pickles and condiments, in a crisp lettuce leaf is a guilt-free, gluten-free way to enjoy your next bun-free burger.

Lettuce wrap

This BBQ Pork Burger with Cabot Monterey Jack is perfect for a picnic and just right for a family gathering. Crisp bacon and ground pork combined with tangy barbecue sauce make these burgers something really special. Top them with creamy, spicy Cabot Monterey Jack cheese and you have the juicy, flavorful burger of your grilling dreams.

Whether you’re a vegetarian or just love to grill up new dishes, our Black Bean Veggie Burger recipe is sure to be a hit at your next cookout. This inventive burger is made with black beans and sweet potatoes, as well as a parade of herbs and spices then topped with Cabot Seriously Sharp Cheddar to tie all these great tastes together. It’s yummy for a meatless meal that really satisfies any burger craving.

black bean burger

And finally, we end with a tiny take on a classic burger. Whether you eat a couple of these Bacon Cheeseburger Sliders as an appetizer or scarf down a plateful for a full-on meal, these tiny, totally tasty bites of burger are sure to bring a smile, and a full tummy, to all who try them.

Looking for even more of the best burger recipes? Our friends at Food Network have a great list going for some amazing – and easy-to-prepare – burgers and other exciting grilling ideas.

Of course you knew that Buzzfeed would create a Best Burger listicle, right? We have to admit they’ve compiled a dazzling array of burgerlicious sandwiches.

We hope this post has primed your burger pump and gotten you in the mood to take your next cookout to new and exalted heights of deliciousness. And if you need ideas for tasty veggies, salads, and desserts for your next picnic or barbecue, look no further than the recipe section of the Cabot website.

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