Stuffed Cheeseburger Aka "juicy Lucy"

"Yummy cheeseburgers with a cheesy gooey velveeta suprise in the middle. You can season the meat and top the burgers however you like. Oh yeah and don't try with cheddar, it seems to evaporate or ooze out during the cooking process."
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Ready In:
6 Burgers




  • 1. Mix ground beef with salt, pepper, worcestershire, bread crumbs and steak seasoning.
  • 2. Form a (thin-med) hamburger patty and place a slice of velveeta in the center, top with another patty. Seal the edges of the two paties together so they form one single burger with the velveeta sealed inside. Repeat until meat is used up.
  • 3. Grill burgers and serve to your liking. Try not to flip more than twice.
  • 4. Top with bacon and avocado or serve to your liking. Careful when you bite into them, the cheese is hot!

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  1. JOY1998
    I am hesitant to try new recipes when I have a favorite already, but I am glad that I tried this stuffed cheeseburger. My BF loved them! They are easy to make and I served them on homemade burger buns (40 minute burger bun recipe) with bacon, lettuce, tomato and McDonalds big mac sauce #60368. I found that putting these cheese stuffed burgers was easy to do. I will definitely have to keep Velveeta cheese around (which I don't normally use) to make these wonderful cheeseburgers. Thank you for posting a delightful recipe!!!
  2. broke student
    This was really good! I was a little short on Velveeta so I added a thin piece of swiss to the top. Was a great juicy burger! My roommate and I thought it "melted" in our mouths it was so good! They freeze great!
  3. apetrov
    Id like to thank my friend for posting this awesome recipe and congradulations, you are married now to my best friend.
  4. simplemom
    I'm always looking for a new way to make burgers. I saw this recipe and I just KNEW my family would enjoy it. Usually, I'm not a big fan of velveeta, but this was a really, really good burger. I didn't change anything in this recipe because it didn't need it. I really loved the addition of the bacon and avocado. Thanks for sharing this!!


  1. etra47
    I've made burgers like this for the grill many times. If you use a biscuit cutter to cut cheese discs the hamburgers are much easier to seal. Also try putting a spoonful of chopped canned green chiles on top of the cheese before sealing.



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