19 Reviews

I've been making this for years. We call it "Slider Pie" cuz it tastes like a slider to me. My original recipe calls for 1/2 C milk so I increased it to 3/4 C milk based on the current box recommendations. I also omit the salt because the cheese is salty enough. I serve with all the burger condiments on the side after baking and gobble it up!

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Chicagoland Chef du Jour November 04, 2008

Favorite recipe includes spinach and tomatoes. I put the spinach on top of the hamburger and then add tomato slices later after the bisquick has been poured. See photo. It's delicious!

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tschwartz2 June 21, 2012

The possibilities are endless! This is sooo great, sooo easy, and sooo versatile! I made it exactly as stated but added a can of green chili's to it. Thanks for posting - know it's been out there for awhile, but it's nice to see the classics on recipezaar too! Next time - maybe will add basil and sundried tomatoes with feta? How fun is this! Thanks again!

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Suzette Marie November 05, 2009

This was absolutely delicious!. Very easy to make and comes out of the pan beautifully. I used hot Italian sausage instead of the ground beef, and added a chopped green pepper and 2 stalks celery to the pan while browning the sausage. I also substituted fat-free half & half for the milk. I drained the sausage very well, even blotting it with paper towels. Spicy with so much flavor! It will become a standard in our house.

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Snow White October 13, 2010

Great recipe. I've had the Bisquick cookbook for years, and never made it. I also mixed the cheddar with the beef after I drained it -- in the pan, because my cheese was frozen and I thought it would affect the cooking time. I doubled (sort of, used 3 eggs and 1.25 cups of bisquick) and made two, froze one for later. Excellent, easy, the kids loved it, and I will make this many more times. E-A-S-Y.

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JennPoyer May 24, 2008

I've been making this for years....ever since I discovered it on the Bisquick box....and my "loyal to his midwestern roots" husband loves it & requests it often...you know that whole "hot dish" thing?! The only change I make is to add chopped tomatoes to the top before pouring the Bisquick mixture over-but really only because we all love tomatoes! I sometimes make this w/ground turkey instead of beef and to us-does not change the taste at all! Super easy to whip up at the last minute since these ingredients are almost always on hand. MMMM-yummy!!!!!!

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Meredith .F February 09, 2007

I have made this using left over taco meat, and it was great! We used left over taco condiments on top after it was cooked, along with some sour cream. Very good!

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Robyn S. February 27, 2014

This was excellent the only change I made was to use kiebasa. Thanks

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Chef Stiles November 10, 2012

I change it up and use breakfast sausage instead of the ground beef and we have it as a brunch item :)

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Liynaa January 08, 2012

I'm sorry but I just didn't care much for this. It was easy enough to make but the taste left much to be desired, I thought.

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Okra July 10, 2011
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