Big Mac Casserole

Big Mac Casserole created by PSU Lioness

All the taste of a Big Mac but none of the guilt!

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45mins
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  • Brown beef and onion in a pan.
  • Add diced pickle.
  • Pour in an 11x8 casserole dish.
  • Place the slices of cheese even over the beef mixture.
  • Unroll crescent dough and lay on top. Seams don't have to be pinched together.
  • Bake at 350 until golden brown.
  • Serve topped with lettuce, tomato, and Thousand Island.
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"All the taste of a Big Mac but none of the guilt!"

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  1. Dantana
    Tasted just like the real thing! Next time I might add some dried onion flakes along with the real onion. Two of my kids are Big Mac fans as they loved it as well- nice job with this recipe. It is great!!
  2. PSU Lioness
    I added the tomatoes to the meat/onion/pickle mixture to bake them and I used Cheddar cheese slices since that is what I had.
  3. PSU Lioness
    Big Mac Casserole Created by PSU Lioness
  4. PSU Lioness
    I was a little skeptical of this after I assembled it. It didn't look like much and I didn't think it could rival a Big Mac, but it was excellent and it really stuck to my ribs! I followed the directions except that I added the tomatoes to the meat/onion/pickle mixture to bake them and I used Cheddar cheese slices since that is what I had. I honestly can't believe how much it tasted like biting into a Big Mac. Even the crescent roll dough tasted just like the bread. The pickle and onion amount was perfect and I thought there wouldn't be enough cheese but it worked out well. Thank you so much for posting! This will definitely be added to the regular rotation recipes in our house!
  5. monicasheree
    All the taste of a Big Mac but none of the guilt!
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