This year Memorial Day is #NationalHamburgerDay

May 28 is #NationalHamburgerDay, and this year, it just so happens to fall on Memorial Day. Since Memorial Day is typically a cookout holiday, it would make sense to grill some burgers.

If you don’t already have all your dinner plans figured out, or you just want some great ideas for this summer, check out this list of burger recipes. From the typical to the extravagant, you’re sure to find a burger to delight your taste buds.

Tripple Cheddar-Stuffed Sliders

This recipe calls for 1/2 cup Kraft Finely Shredded Triple Cheddar Cheese. You enclose 1 Tablespoon of it in the middle each of your hamburger patties. Afterward, you top with HEINZ ketchup. Specific amounts of each topping are given to ensure you have just the right flavor combination.

Copycat In-N-Out Cheeseburgers

If you’ve ever had an In-N-Out burger, you know it’s a unique experience. This recipe gives all the ingredients to replicate that great one of a kind cheeseburger. Some of the flavors are recognizable, such as Worcestershire sauce. However, you may be surprised by some of the ingredients, such as Paprika. Try it, and let us know if you think it’s as good as the real thing.

Bacon-Wrapped Pineapple Burgers

This is a burger for the adventurous connoisseur. Doused in Bar-b-que sauce and wrapped in bacon, this burger is sure to please the bacon lover in your life. The bacon is crisscrossed over a caramelized pineapple ring in a design that reminds me of a present waiting to be unwrapped. But in this case, it’s waiting to be devoured.

Cowboy Burgers

Fried pickles have become a popular snack, and this burger make use of that idea. Instead of frying the pickles, grill them, then use them to top your spicy flavorful Cowboy Burger. Add homemade onion straws to it, along with Mccormick Grill Mates Smoky Montreal Steak Seasoning and Stubbs Original Bar-b-que Sauce for a fun twist on the traditional burger.

Greek Turkey Burgers with Tzatziki Sauce

For those looking for a healthier alternative to the regular hamburger, try this Greek-style turkey burger. Simply mix the turkey burger with egg yolk, olive oil, fresh chopped spinach, sun-dried tomatoes, red onion and feta cheese. The Meditteranean flavors blend well with the homemade Tzatziki sauce, which consists of garlic, dill, cucumber, and Greek yogurt.

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