Well friends, we have made it half way through the week! I don’t know about you, but I am already ready for the weekend. We don’t really have any plans, but sometimes those are the BEST weekends!
When I was previously doing Weight Watchers, after I had Brynlee, I used to make a lot of recipes using egg roll wrappers. I have been in the mood for a cheeseburger (when I am not?!? ha.) So I was thinking I would try to incorporate the two. I always like to try new recipes and Pinterest is usually my go-to. I jumped on Pinterest, but nothing was really catching my eye. This is where my Cheeseburger Egg Roll recipe came to life!
1 pound of 93/7 ground beef
2 teaspoons of mustard of choice- I used yellow.
2 tablespoons of Worcestershire sauce
3 tablespoons of dill relish (use whatever flavor relish you like and however much you’d like)
1/2 cup reduced fat sharp cheddar cheese (picture below shows a cup of cheese)
12 egg roll wrappers
Coconut oil spray
Assembly for these is pretty easy!
Brown hamburger. Once hamburger is done, add Worcestershire sauce and steak seasoning. I would add as much as you’d like to give it flavor, just remember it can be salty! Let that cook for a few minutes until most of the liquid is out and add your mustard. Stir until everything is combined and add it into a mixing bowl.
Now you’re ready to start wrapping! Lay out your wrapper and grab a little dish of water. Place two heaping tablespoons of your mixture into the center of the wrapper. Fold up the bottom corner so your mixture is completely covered. Then dip your finger into the water and dampen the three remaining sides of the wrapper. Fold the left side in, fold the right side in and roll into an egg roll shape. (If this is confusing, just ask and I can help or just google how to roll an egg roll!) Place roll onto a greased baking pan. After all 12 are wrapped, spray them all with coconut oil.
The final step is to cook them and you can do that one of two ways. We used our Air Fryer. I cooked on 400 for 5-7 minutes flipping half way through. You can also cook them in the oven on 425 for 12-15 minutes flipping them half way through. Once they’re done, you can dip them in ketchup, mustard, BBQ, Ranch or really whatever you’d like!
This is SUCH an easy weeknight meal or would be perfect for get togethers! For those of you that follow Weight Watchers, these came out to 3 points each!
I think you’ll love these once you give them a try! Tomorrow I’ll be sharing pictures from our trip to Savannah!