Got these in my latest Natural Health: The article has healthy alternatives to fast food favorites. Some of them looked a bit intense, but I figured I'd go for the burgers. We did not add avocado, but I bet it would add good flavor.
They tasted DELICIOUS. T raved about them as one of his new all-time favorites, beating out the decadent macaroni and cheese makeover from Cooking Light.
I can't believe I didn't post that one--sure, Martha Stewart makes good mac and cheese, but I felt this one blew all others out of the water. Definitely time-intensive and requires some slightly expensive cheese, but so worth it. By the way, don't substitute regular macaroni. The cavatappi works much better. It's also not super creamy/cheesy, so if you prefer that, you might have to adjust.
The cheeseburgers also take about 20-25 minutes to put together, and you need a food processor. I used our giant George Forman to cook them, but I think you could cook the burgers perfectly well in a frying pan or however you choose. I also warn you: the recipe calls for chilis in adobo and even seeded, they packed a bit of a heat wallop for anyone who has trouble with spice. However, I felt they didn't stretch the budget and had so much flavor packed in--definitely a new Frau Family Favorite.