Making “Oopsie” Bread!

“Oopsie”!

Normally, you’d hear that word uttered when something goes very, very wrong when cooking, but in this case, it was my goal!

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It all began when my wife Alex sent me this recipe for “Oopsie Bread” – a very healthy Keto recipe for a flourless bread…which I will say looked incredible – bravo to Wholesome Yum for this….so I thought to myself: why don’t I make it into a hamburger bun?

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Let’s Get Baking!

I gathered the very few ingredients needed for the “Oopsie” bread – minus the cream of tartare which I didn’t have – and followed this very easy and fun recipe!

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First, I separated my egg whites and yolk…I crack the egg and then let the whites slip between my fingers into a bowl…easy!

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Next, I blended my egg whites into a frothy foam….well, probably no where near as frothy as they’d like, but once that was done I put my Mascarpone cheese into a bowl with the gg yolks and some salt and blended that as well:

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And what does it sound like when you blend it?

Well, I’ve got a short and sweet answer here!

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Next up, you combine the white frothy egg whites and the yolk/cheese mix to create your batter:

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At this point, the recipe calls for you to turn the mixture into discs that you bake on parchment paper at 300 degree for a half hour….but that’s not how it turned out for me:

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I immediately realized my batter was far too thin to shape it, so I put a thin layer in a pan as you can see and baked it – and guess what? It turned out perfectly for me to cut these two “buns” out – although mine were square!

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Time To Cook Up Our Burger!

With my square “oopsie bun” ready to go, it was time to cook the burger!

I use 80/20 ground beef, but you can do 90/10 if you want less fat…I add salt and pepper, and sometimes I use Worcestershire as well, but with the egg bun I decided not to…

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I formed my patty and cooked it for about 4 minutes on each side before adding slices of my favorite cheese – that’s right, it’s Tillamook’s Sharp Cheddar!

Now, I have a short video of the burger cooking in the pan, because it always sounds so enticing!

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I let the cheese melt a bit more than this picture shows, then I dressed my “oopsie” bun with my favorites: dill pickle chips, a slice of tomato and of course, mayonnaise!

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So there you have it: all of the elements are in place for my “oopsie burger” – so let’s reveal it now!

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OK, I admit that an “oopsie burger” looks a bit different but guess what?

It tasted delicious!

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The creamy marscapone flavor inside this eggy bun made the “oopsie bun” a hit – and of course, any burger with mayo, pickle and tomato under a Tillamook hood is a winner!



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I got us started off with a look at some of my favorite burgers of all time – like thw “In-n-Out” burger you see above, as well as incredibly inventive burgers like the “The Chompstack” shown here:

Yes that’s real, and you can see how they make it – as well as get a look at some of my favorite burgers by clicking on my story here:

You don’t have to stack a burger a mile high to get something unique – how about this “cheese-dipped” burger?

Click here for the recipe!

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3 replies

  1. Great name “Oopsie Bread”…Looks delicious, John 🙂

  2. Interesting! I might call what you made an omelet burger! You could make one with a sausage patty for breakfast! 🙂

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