BBQ Tips: Try These 2 Recipes That Take Grilled Burgers for an Unexpected, Healthy Twist

David Lingholm

| 1 min read

Grilled burger sliders
Baseball and apple pie. Laurel and Hardy. Laverne and Shirley. Batman and Robin. Ren and Stimpy. Some duos seem so natural that you can hardly utter one half of the phrase without the other. Barbecue grills and hamburgers have to be considered among them.
Each summer, my favorite market sells hamburger patties stuffed with jalapeno peppers and Gouda cheese. For a budding foodie like me, they are addictively delicious. And even though they are made with ground sirloin, they are still a greasy treat I know I can only enjoy in moderation. So I am always looking for a healthier alternative to the traditional burger for those times when I absolutely must put a burger on the grill.
Here are two mouthwatering cookout suggestions that promise to taste great without derailing my improving eating habits.
What’s your favorite way to shape up your slider?
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