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Cheeseburger pie #5353932 02/18/20 08:25 PM
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Walked in the door tonight and man the house smelled
Good. My babe made a bisquick cheeseburger pie. Mmmm num num. I don’t know why but I think it’s been a few years since we last had it. Really good on a cold windy snowy crappy day like today.

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Sounds like something good for a cold day


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I want some. I grew up with a health nut mom and now I'm married to a health nut wife. I never eat anything hearty.


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Cheeseburger + pie!
There is no way it can't be delicious.

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Originally Posted by skyactiv
I want some. I grew up with a health nut mom and now I'm married to a health nut wife. I never eat anything hearty.
Girl food sucks. I would like some meat, potatoes and a side of grease please.


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Re: Cheeseburger pie [Re: P10crew] #5353974 02/18/20 09:26 PM
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Originally Posted by P10crew
Walked in the door tonight and man the house smelled
Good. My babe made a bisquick cheeseburger pie. Mmmm num num. I don’t know why but I think it’s been a few years since we last had it. Really good on a cold windy snowy crappy day like today.


My Mom used to make that for me all the time when I was a kid in the early 80's.

I remember it was made with Bisquick and called "Impossible Cheesebuger Pie" or something to that effect.

Good stuff!


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Re: Cheeseburger pie [Re: SouthDakotaDad] #5353982 02/18/20 09:42 PM
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Originally Posted by SouthDakotaDad
Originally Posted by P10crew
Walked in the door tonight and man the house smelled
Good. My babe made a bisquick cheeseburger pie. Mmmm num num. I don’t know why but I think it’s been a few years since we last had it. Really good on a cold windy snowy crappy day like today.


My Mom used to make that for me all the time when I was a kid in the early 80's.

I remember it was made with Bisquick and called "Impossible Cheesebuger Pie" or something to that effect.

Good stuff!


I think you are correct . Supposedly a lot of the reviews say that bisquicks recipe turns out bland but she chops up an onion and brows it with the burger. No salt needed but I like black pepper so I did put a few shakes on top.

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Where is the picture? And when are we getting smell-o-vision?


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Re: Cheeseburger pie [Re: P10crew] #5353995 02/18/20 09:56 PM
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Ha ha ha. Just google it the pics that come up are all the same. I’m laying here on the couch like a stuck hog. Just chillin in a food coma!

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Sounds delicious. I like to plug the leaks in my arteries once in a while. smile


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Here it is, in all its glory. Looks just like what I ate 38 years ago! Definitely not healthy though.

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Yeah no body in my family can seem to make it past 87. I’m sure if they had ate less they could have spent their nineties in a nursing home. Just eat the pie and fast for 3 days to make up for it! Lol

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So are you just going to tease us, or is a recipe forthcoming?

I can feel my arteries clogging as I type this, but I want to try it. slobber

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This looks like a good pig-out meal for my Wife who currently has gestational diabetes and needs to eat protein heavy meals.

Anyone got a recipe?


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Originally Posted by P10crew
Just eat the pie and fast for 3 days to make up for it! Lol


I notice you didn't say, Just eat the pie and exercise before or after. Or eat half and add a salad?

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