Bob’s Burgers: Eggers Can’t Be Cheesers Burger

A review of the Eggers Can’t Be Cheesers Burger from the Bob’s Burgers Burger Book.

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Eggers Can’t Be Cheesers Burger

eggers-cant-be-cheesers-boardBurgers for breakfast?  Yes please!!!

Something to note with this recipe is that the ingredients call for green lettuce leafs, but at no point during the recipe instructions does it tell you to add in the lettuce.  It’s pretty obvious that it would go somewhere in the burger, but since it was never included in the instructions we decided to exclude it.  I mean who wants lettuce at breakfast anyway?

First, the burger patties are formed and cooked, with cheese being added when they’re almost done.  The recipe offered no instructions on how to do this other than “cook the burgers.”

While the burgers cook, the rest of the meal is prepared.  Eggs are cooked over the stove, and English muffins are toasted and spread with butter.  The eggs are supposed to be sunny-side up (without flipping), but I don’t particularly like sunny-side up so we flipped ours.

The burgers are built as follows: English muffin bottom, cheeseburger patty, egg, hot sauce, and English muffin top.

They suggest grabbing a napkin before you dig in – they’re not joking!


Taste: 10/10

This was delicious!  It tastes like a breakfast you’d find at a diner.  My husband is a huge fan of breakfast food, and absolutely loved this.

Difficulty: Average

You need to already know how to cook burgers and fry eggs in order to make this dish, as no instructions are provided for either step.

Cost: Average

You will need ground beef, American cheese, eggs, butter, English muffins, and hot sauce.

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