Fully loaded deconstructed cheeseburger bowls sit atop a bed of crispy hashbrown potatoes, topped with a homemade beer cheese sauce and loaded with the works in garnishes from pickled red onions, pickles, lettuce, to fresh made pico de gallo.
These “bowls” are a fun alternative to a traditional burgers and fries meal with the inspiration coming from something you would get from a food truck. Here we’ve substituted your regular cheese slice with a homemade beer cheese sauce that soaks down into the potato base for a delicious gooey bite of cheesy potatoes.
This entire meal can be made fresh if you have the time to make everything yourself or can be made from frozen potatoes or tots, store bought pico, cheese sauce or cheese slices (choose one you can dump into a sauce pan and top it off with some beer) and homemade or store bought burgers. This is truly something that is completely customizable for what you like on your “burger”. We can picture kiddos enjoying this as well with kid friendly non alcohol cheese sauce of course!
What’s fun about this style of eating is that it can totally work for large gatherings. Especially if your looking for single serving types of dishes and need to accommodate vegans and vegetarians. We can picture this being great for a self-serve burger station and even kids birthday parties. By the way- all of these boxes pictured here are made with beyond meat burgers!!
If you give this recipe a try, let us know! Leave a comment, rate it (once you’ve tried it), and take a picture and tag it on Instagram! We love to see what you come up with. #thecommunalfeast