Smiley Face Hamburgers for Kids

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Kathie Carr

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@kathiecc

Let your kids design their own cheeseburgers. Its fun!

Rating:

★★★★★ 1 vote

Serves:
6
Prep:
15 Min
Cook:
15 Min

Ingredients

  • 6
    hamburger or lean ground meat patties
  • ·
    (you can substitute non-meat burgers if you like)
  • 12
    slices of pimento stuffed green olives (if your kids don't like olives use green catsup for eyes)
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    catsup in a squeeze bottle
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    sliced or canned cheese, if desired

How to Make Smiley Face Hamburgers for Kids

Step-by-Step

  1. Cook meat (or meat substitute) burgers. If you want to add cheese hair place thin pieces of cheese where you want the "curly locks". Cover the pan a minute or two and allow the cheese to melt. Or use canned squeeze on cheese for hair.

    Remove pan from heat.

    Squeeze a bit of catsup where each eye should be and add a slice of pimento stuffed olive on each one. Or use green catsup for eyes. Squeeze catsup on for smiling mouth.

    Serve to your kids with a laugh and a smile.

Printable Recipe Card

About Smiley Face Hamburgers for Kids

Course/Dish: Beef Burgers
Other Tag: For Kids



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