Today we are sharing our fantastic Rustlers Frog Burger Hack which was created by myself and my daughter Sylvia.
This is a fun and delicious meal hack that the kids will love and is the perfect way to add veggies and salad to a tasty burger treat.
We purchased a Rustlers Southern Fried Chicken Burger twin pack from Tescos and they took just 90 seconds to microwave in the oven. Each burger is 140g and they are a budget friendly alternative to eating out and a fantastic way to add veg and fruit to a burger meal.
We are huge fans of pineapple burgers and so we added a pineapple slice to eat burger, we then cut the top of a tomato to create our Frogs tongue.
We planned our design before we visited the supermarket and Sylvia was able to go to the deli section to choose four eye for her frogs. She went with green Olives which was great for our frog burgers.
Sylvia added salad pieces and lettuce on top of the Southern Fried Burger pate and then added the Olives to the burger using toothpicks.
Sylvia then added a slice of tomato onto to the burgers to create a tongue. My daughter is not a fan of mayo or sauce so she chose to not add the sauce packet to her burger but that is an option if your kids are fans of mayo like me.
Rustlers burgers can fit in with families busy weekend schedules, while making meal time fun and easy. This was a relatively quick meal to make due to the convenient and fast time to cook the burgers. We enjoyed getting creative and my daughter ate both burgers which she loved. I think it is fantastic to be able to add vegetables and in our case fruit options to a burger to create a balanced and delicious meal. It is in my opinion a lot better and more fun than takeaway burgers.
This post in an entry for BritMums Rustlers Burger hacking Challenge, sponsored by Rustlers.
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Angela Milnes is a Qualified Teacher who specialises in Preschool and Kindergarten teaching. She has studied nutrition for children and taught adults cooking skills. Angela loves to share family meals and easy instant pot recipes here on The Inspiration Edit. Follow her on Pinterest!
Su Chanprasong says
These are fantastic – the look like so much fun and I’ll bet they taste good too. Love the olives as eyes.
oh thanks Su 🙂
the olives taste so good.
Oh my goodness, this is such a fun idea! I never have the inspiration to make our meals fun and interesting like this.
Oh this was fun. You never know what you can create when you put your mind to it.
Laura (@dearbearandbean) says
My girls are not big burger fans, but they would definitely be more up for them if they looked like this! My husband on the other hand would have one every day if I let him!
Oj burgers are so tasty. I have to eat them in moderation as i’m living healthy but they are great with as part of a balanced meal.
Jessica Taylor says
Those burgers are so cute! My daughter would love that for sure!
They are a fab idea!
My toddler is such a picky eater but she loves fruit! This is really creative 🙂 I think we will have to give this one a try.
Island Living 365 says
What a clever idea. These look so cute and such a good way of rustling up a meal quickly, that the children will eat. My two would love these.
Oh thanks Emma. It was fun to make these!
This looks like so much fun and also delicious. Such a great idea to get little ones helping in the kitchen, I am saving this post for our next burger night!
It is a great way to get kids into the kitchen and bringing out their creativity.
Your daughter is beautiful! I really like your Rustlers Frog Burger Hack. That is so creative.You want have any problems getting a kid to eat this.
oh it is a great idea and I’m please we came up with it.
Kate on thin ice (@kateonthinice) says
These are such good fun and made my day! Commenting for myself and on behalf of BritMums and thanking you for taking part.
Awesome. They turned out well didn’t they!
My Dee Dee's Diary says
Aww your burgers are so cute. I’ve never thought of making frog burgers before.
Oh thanks. We hadn’t thought of it either until the day we made them.
Adaleta Avdic (@adaatude) says
The turned out so cute! Perfect for kids, for sure.
haahthese are so damn adorable. I loooove them
Jennifer Howze says
What a fun and fabulous burger idea!
Oh thanks Jennifer. It was fun to make.