Onion Garlic Ranch burgers

Check out my recipe for Atkins Revolution Rolls.  No more fork burgers! 

These burgers are yum.  On Monday nights I have guitar classes so they are really handy for a quick dinner when I get home.  You can make the patties a couple of days before hand, just make sure that you keep them covered.  Serve with a Caesar salad and call it a meal!

1 lb ground beef
1 packet Hidden Valley ranch seasoning
1/4 C dry minced onions

  • You can find dry minced onions in the aisle with the spices.  They are good on pretty much everything from scrambled eggs to steak.  
2 Tbsp garlic powder
Atkins Revolution Rolls for buns (click here for recipe)
Swiss cheese
whatever other toppings you want- bacon, lettuce, tomato, onion, mustard, etc.


  1. Add ground beef to a large bowl and break up with a wooden spoon.  
  2. Pour entire contents of ranch seasoning over ground beef.  
  3. Add minced onions and garlic powder to ground beef.  
  4. Mix well with your hands.  You want to get an even color and consistency throughout.  
  5. Mold the ground beef into four patties.  They should be about 4 inches in diameter and about an inch thick.  
  6. Heat some butter and olive oil in a pan over medium high.  
  7. Add burgers to pan and cook for 3-5 minutes on each side, depending on how well you want them to be cooked.  Remember, you can cover and keep the uncooked burgers for a few days.  I usually cook two and save the other two for later in the week.  If you'd prefer to cook your burgers on the grill you can do that as well.  You'll still heat over medium high but your cook time might be a little longer.  
  8. Place burgers on a paper towel on a plate to drain.  Immediately cover with cheese.  Once the cheese has melted they are ready to eat.  
  9. Serve between two Atkins Revolution rolls with your choice of toppings.

Burger patties are ready for the pan!
Notice that you can see the ranch but it's spread evenly throughout.  
Remember, ketchup is not allowed on a low carb diet!  It is loaded with sugar.  You might be able to find a low sugar low carb ketchup like this one from Walden farms, but in my experience they just aren't very good.  Load up on other toppings like mayo, mustard, avocado, kale, shallots, tomatillos, or jalapenos and
you won't even miss the ketchup.

Burgers fresh out of the pan ready for some cheese.  

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