Weight Watchers Greek Burger (4 Points)

"From Weight Watchers Magazine"
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Ready In:
1 pita


  • 3 ounces ground turkey breast
  • 2 tablespoons crumbled low-fat feta
  • 1 tablespoon chopped mint
  • 14 lemon, grated zest of
  • 1 small pita bread


  • Mix first 4 ingredients.
  • Form into patty. Broil 5 minutes per side.
  • Stuff into 1 small pita.

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  1. minkalue
    This was so delicious and so easy! Thanks for posting it. Like the other reviewer, I was surprised at how much flavor these burgers have. According to my calculations they were 5 points plus each. Not a big deal because they are so filling. And 2 of those points are from the pita bread. When first out of the oven they're juicy but I waited too long and they dried pretty quickly, so I added Tzatziki too.
  2. mammafishy
    My husband and I just loved this recipe! I made 6 patties using 1 1/2 lbs. of lean hamburger, 1/2 c. feta, about 3/4 of the lemon rind. I didn't have any mint but added some chopped black olives and onion, then we grilled them. I served them with Tzatziki Cucumber Dipping Sauce #83189. This will be one of my summertime favorites! Thanks for posting!!
  3. dotti9894
    This was yummy and made the cucumber dip also so good!!! Will make this again for sure :-)
  4. CulinaryExplorer
    I was surprised at how much flavor there was for so few ingredients. I really liked the lemon and mint in these. They did get a tad dry, but I anticipated that and made a Tzatziki sauce to serve on them that went perfectly! Super simple burgers too.
  5. tss1027
    Not on weight watchers but my daughters home from college trying to lose the freshman 15. The whole family thought these were delicious. Served them on gf buns because she has food allergies. I added oregano to the turkey, made a homemade tazikki w fat free Greek yogurt, diced cucumber and dill. So good I'll be adding in to normal routine around here.


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