Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 30 mins

This was a big favorite in the 60's. It's still good!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Combine baking mix and water, mix until smooth.
  2. Knead 5 times on floured surface.
  3. Roll out and put in pie pan.
  4. Cook and stir ground beef and onion until done; drain.
  5. Add salt and pepper, the 2 TBS baking mix and worcestershire sauce.
  6. Spoon into crust.
  7. Mix eggs and cottage cheese; pour over beef.
  8. Place tomato slices in a circle on top.
  9. Sprinkle with cheese.
  10. Bake at 375* for about 30 minutes, until set.


Most Helpful

i love this recipe :) my son and husband enjoyed it so much and they are very hard to please and I'd have to say i agree with Lola granola if your gonna make a different recipe don't criticize the original, when you made it as the recipe calls for it to be it's absolutely Delicious

Jsmith89 November 25, 2011

Awesome x 100! I made this cheeseburger pie over the weekend. The only change I made was to add bacon to the egg and cottage cheese part. It was DEAD SEXY. There was one piece left over that I was trying hard to save for my DH but I just ate it. Sorry buddy, I'll make it again tomorrow. I might try making the meat with taco seasonings for variety since I'm re-running it so close to the last time. You know, I actually came looking for just this recipe, it's the same as my MIL's. I almost didn't click because of the low score. Good thing I read that review! No offense to Veg Pixie, but I don't think it's fair to read the recipe, make something *completely* different, and then give the original recipe a low rating. This recipe is delicious when you make it as directed!!

Lola Granola November 11, 2009

Pretty good. I used veggie soy crumbles instead of beef, and tomato sauce instead of Worcestershire. I left out the salt entirely since cheese is pretty salty to begin with. I suggest kicking up the spices with some garlic, rosemary, parsley, and perhaps red pepper flakes. Also, it might be better if all the filling was mixed together instead of layered.

The Pixelated Vegetarian July 03, 2007

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