Pimento Cheese Burgers: Low Carb Dinner
If you like pimento cheese and you also like burgers, then you should really like these Pimento Cheese burgers!
Not only are they yummy but they are also great for a low carb diet if you skip the buns.
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While burgers are always better when grilled you can also cook them in a skillet on a rainy day.
Enjoy your Pimento Cheese Burger without the bun for a delicious and filling low carb meal.
My hubby, Stacy is a good cook with some special recipes our family enjoys and this homemade pimento cheese recipe is one of those!
I was not counting carbs when I piled this Pimento Cheese Burger up with sliced Vidalia onions and fresh cut tomato. No need for any fancy sides because chips are fine. And just so you know I scooped up some of that cheese with a chip and it was so good!
How To Make Pimento Cheese Burgers
Make a batch of homemade pimento cheese using the recipe below.
Grill or cook your burgers. Just before the burgers are done, add a dollop of pimento cheese and allow it to heat up.
Remove the burger from the grill and serve.
Homemade Pimento Cheese
- 1 1/2 cups mayonnaise Duke’s
- 1 4-oz. jar diced pimiento, drained
- 1 tsp. Worcestershire sauce
- 1/4 tsp. onion powder
- 1/8 tsp. ground red pepper
- 1 8-oz. block extra-sharp Cheddar cheese,shredded
- 1 8-oz. block sharp Cheddar cheese, shredded
- Stir together the first five ingredients.
- Stir the shredded cheese into the mixture.
- Cover and refrigerate at least one hour before serving.
- Can be stored in refrigerator for up to one week.
There are only seven ingredients involved in making good pimento cheese. Be sure to spring for the good cheese! Stacy refuses to buy bagged shredded cheese when making this recipe, he buys the blocks and shreds them himself.
If it’s burgers you love with fun toppings, check out this Tomato & Red Onion Jelly Burger!
this sounds like this pimento cheese would be yummy somehow with chicken..
this could be a dip for things including chicken and seafood
it could be a marinade
put this over broccoli, brussel sprouts and green beans, plus more
homemade cheese chips dipped in this would be great
just letting my creativity roam!!!!
I absolutely love pimento cheese and thought this was not allowed on keto,just now starting on the keto lifestyle. How much is one serving and how many carbs is one serving? Sorry for so many questions,just learning.
You’re so lucky that Stacy is such a good cook 🙂 Must be such a treat to have a hubby that cooks such yummy food. Pinned.
This looks soooooo good! Pinning and will be trying!
Thanks for sharing with us at Brag About It!
I’m really trying to get back to a more low carb lifestyle. This looks great. Happy to have you as a co host at #stoptheyuck!
Thank you Chrystal. I’m looking forward to the party at #stoptheyuck! I really ought to put more effort into low carb and healthy eating. Blogging has really offered me the opportunity to find some great recipes for that! Now is I would just cook them!
These look yummy. I will have to try this one! Thanks for linking up to the Bloggers Brag Pinterest Party.
You had me at cheeseburger! What a great spin on a classic. Thanks!
You had me at Pimento Cheese! I would not have thought of this combo, but these sound right up my alley. And I love the low carb too.
Homemade pimento cheese at that! Amanda, I insist that you try it and let me know how your family enjoyed those Pimento cheese burgers!
Dukes is the only brand of mayo allowed in my house! 🙂 And those pimento cheese burgers look delish. I know my hubs would love them.
Men do love the good stuff best, don’t they! My mother wouldn’t have any other brand in the house! Duke’s reigns in the south, but I know that you know that!
Looks delish!!! I’m always eating burgers without the bun, too 🙂
Some foods are better without the bun. Sometimes burgers are, especially these Pimento Cheese burgers!
This look AMAZING! Pimento Cheese is probably one of my favorite foods in the world! Love that you have Duke’s in your picture!!!
Duke’s reigns king in the south! Momma always refused to use any other brand. It was Grandma’s brand also! I guess I’m third generation 🙂
Looks so yummy! I love meals that are even better the next day!
We do too Anna. Lasagna is good like that too.
You know, I have never actually tried a pimento! Your burgers look incredible though. I may just have to! Thanks for sharing with the Merry Monday Linky Party!
Nicole, you must stop the madness and give pimento cheese a try! Thanks for stopping by.
Sounds like a good combination! I haven’t had pimento cheese since junior high school. It was served with tomato soup at school. Might need to check this out next time I make a burger…..
Please do give it a try Sharon, then come back and let me know how you liked it! Thanks for stopping by and taking the time to comment 🙂
Your pimento burgers look delicious. I am growing pimento peppers this year. I will have to make a point of trying your burgers after I roast them. Yum, can’t wait!
Oh my goodness, those fresh peppers will be awesome in a pimento cheese recipe! I’d make some roasted red pepper dip too if I was harvesting fresh peppers! Why in the world didn’t I plant some?! Thanks for stopping by 🙂
I haven’t had anything pimento in ages! My grandmother always liked things pimento. Sounds interesting!
It was good. We’ve made Pimento burgers twice this summer. I probably won’t be able to get him to make that delicious pimento cheese again anytime soon though 🙂
Great unique twist on an ordinary hamburger! Thanks for sharing!
It sure was tasty, Danita! Thanks for stopping by!