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As a six-person household, we often find ourselves restricted to a tight budget, especially around the 1st and 15th of the month, and making budget friendly meals can be an exercise in creativity. It’s a challenge I accept wholeheartedly, though, because saving money on something delicious is a win-win in my book, wouldn’t you agree?
I recently hit up the Kraft Rollbacks at Walmart so I could make these amazing stuffed ranch burgers with grilled calabacitas for only $20, and if you know anything about cheese, you know it’s expensive, so I flipped for these rollbacks, because hello, cheese.
These stuffed ranch burgers feature both shredded and sliced cheese, and are topped with a crisp and refreshing citrus slaw that is mouthwatering-ly delicious. Seriously, you’re going to love this burger.
For food safety purposes, I always recommend cooking burgers until they are no longer pink, with an internal temperature of 170° F, but of course, cook them how you prefer them. Just know I care about your safety when it comes to raw or undercooked meat.
And in case you were wondering about the calabacitas, that’s just the Spanish word for zucchini squash, ha ha ha. Traditionally they are cooked with corn and peppers, sometimes in broth or with cheese, but I went with a simple grilled side by lightly tossing them in olive oil with salt and pepper and finishing them off with a sprinkling of paprika. Yum.
Hit up the Kraft Rollbacks at a Walmart near you, so you too can make these amazing stuffed ranch burgers with citrus slaw and enjoy having a few extra dollars in your pocket!