To give your family a diversion from "regular" hamburgers, roll meat into logs and pan-fry. Serve in hot-dog buns.
Burgers can also be done in a 'Mickey Mouse' shape, triangles, or create a happy face in ketchup to encourage little ones to eat.
For those who still eat their burgers medium rare, you can (securely) seal a slice of cheese between two flat patties. The cheese melts within while cooking.
For a nice low carb meal, try serving a burger patty with a scoop of cottage cheese and a side salad.
A squeeze of lemon juice and a sprinkle of butter flavored buds keep calories/carbs low. : )
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