Kids in the Kitchen

How to Make Burger Bombs

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How to make Burger Bombs- Stuffed Cheeseburgers, with Kids. Kids can cook too with these easy, simple, 3 ingredient recipes. Cash and I were very impressed by how these turned out for Kids in the Kitchen. 
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Heavy Appetizers, Summer Cooking, Light Dinners, Grands Biscuits, 15-Minute Dinners.

If you’re popping over from Cash’s Cooking video on Burger Bombs, you’re in the right spot. One night, Cash and I were watching cooking videos on my phone while waiting in a parking lot. THIS VIDEO FROM TASTEMADE is the one we watched that sparked our inspiration. There are a lot more steps to it than what we did if you want to elaborate on your recipe. But for Cash and I, we wanted to keep it simple for our first round.

We decided on a total whim to make our very first cooking video together. It is very obvious we have no idea what we’re doing but it was very fun to do. Cash has taken an interest in Cooking Shows on TV including Crazy Delicious and will be attending a TopChef Kids Camp in the Summer. If you want more information on where and when that is over the summer, feel free to message me for details.

When I asked if he wanted to help me with dinner tonight he asked, “Can we add this o my Cash Adventure on YouTube?!” So here we are, completely unscripted, unpracticed, and underdressed.

How to make Burger Bombs- Stuffed Cheeseburgers, with Kids. Kids can cook too with these easy, simple, 3 ingredient recipes. Cash and I were very impressed by how these turned out for Kids in the Kitchen. 
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Heavy Appetizers, Summer Cooking, Light Dinners, Grands Biscuits, 15-Minute Dinners.

How to Make Burger Bombs

The recipe is incredibly simple for our version. You only need ground beef and Hawaiian Grands Biscuits. Everything else is optional based on the seasoning and cheese you want. We used:

  • Ground Beef- 1/2 pound, browned then seasoned
  • Cream Cheese- 2 Tablespoons
  • Grands Biscuits- We used Hawaiian
  • Shredded Mozzarella Cheese
Kids can cook too! Here are a few recipes that Kids can make in the kitchen. Cash is 7 years old and he can do a lot, plus he LOVES to cook. He loves the science behind it and the freedom to add spices as he pleases. Kids can learn responsibility and discipline while cooking together with their parents.

Bake according to the Grands Biscuit Directions: 13-16 Minutes at 375*

Kids in the Kitchen

Having the boys help in the kitchen has been a consistent thing since they were very little. Find all of our Kids Kitchen Adventures through this Category Tag on the Blog: Kids in the Kitchen. I also have an entire Pinterest Board dedicated to Kandice’s Kitchen with all of our ideas, past adventures, and future endeavors.

How to make Burger Bombs- Stuffed Cheeseburgers, with Kids. Kids can cook too with these easy, simple, 3 ingredient recipes. Cash and I were very impressed by how these turned out for Kids in the Kitchen. 
*
Heavy Appetizers, Summer Cooking, Light Dinners, Grands Biscuits, 15-Minute Dinners.
How to make Burger Bombs- Stuffed Cheeseburgers, with Kids. Kids can cook too with these easy, simple, 3 ingredient recipes. Cash and I were very impressed by how these turned out for Kids in the Kitchen. 
*
Heavy Appetizers, Summer Cooking, Light Dinners, Grands Biscuits, 15-Minute Dinners.
Kids can cook too! Here are a few recipes that Kids can make in the kitchen. Cash is 7 years old and he can do a lot, plus he LOVES to cook. He loves the science behind it and the freedom to add spices as he pleases. Kids can learn responsibility and discipline while cooking together with their parents. 
For this episode of Kids in the Kitchen we're making Stuffed Cheeseburgers.

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