Big Mac Burger Bowl

A Healthy Spin on a Classic burger recipe Everyone Enjoys!

10 min. 2 serv.
53 ratings

Regardless of your diet, we all crave a Big Mac once in a while.

This recipe lets you indulge that craving without feeling a hint of guilt.

Adding our LFLC Thousand Island Dressing really makes the flavors pop, too!

Easy to cook, easy to eat, easy to please: share this burger bowl recipe with your friends and let us know what you think in the comments below!

Low Fat / Low Carb icon Low Carbs icon Gluten Free icon


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8 Oz Ground sirloin
2 Cups Romaine lettuce, Chopped
2 Tbsp Red onions, Diced
1/4 Cup Dill pickle, Chopped
1/4 Cup Tomatoes, Chopped
salt and black pepper, To taste


Did you know?

The Big Mac was created by Jim Delligatti in Pittsburgh, USA in 1967, and later spread nationwide in 1968. It was originally called “The Aristocrat” followed by “Blue Ribbon Burger.” The name “Big Mac” was coined by a secretary named Esther Glickstein Rose.

The special sauce used for the Big Mac, originally thought to be a secret, is actually a mix of sweet pickle relish, yellow mustard, and store-bought mayonnaise combined with paprika, onion powder, garlic powder, and vinegar.

Our Thousand Island Dressing is, of course, a much healthier option. And if you liked this comfort food recipe, give the Beef Ramen Bowl and Roasted Radish Chips a try! Share these with your friends and let us know which was your favorite below!

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