How to Have a Burger and Fries and Still Lose Weight [Recipe]
- Possible Pat
- April 26, 2017
One of the hardest parts of trying to lose weight is the thought of having to give up our favorite foods, and for many, this means giving up burgers and fries.
Who doesn’t love a good juicy burger with a generous side of fries? After all, it reminds us of summertime and family BBQ’s. It is also one of the first foods we eliminate from our diet. But just because you are eating healthy doesn’t mean you have to give it up. You can still have a juicy burger and still lose weight if you know how to do it.
Homemade Healthy Hamburger
- 2 slices of Ezekiel Bread or 1 Ezekiel Bun
- 8oz of Ground Beef (97% lean/3% fat)
- 1 medium Sweet Potato
- 1/2 tbsp of olive oil
Form your ground beef into a round beef patty. In a skillet, cook your patty over medium heat until it is cooked to the desired temperature.
Place your patty between your two pieces of Ezekial Bread.
For your fries, cut your sweet potato into strips and place in the oven at 350º for 15-20 minutes, flipping halfway through.
Feel free to top your burger with your favorite veggies and if you are going to use condiments be sure to limit yourself and not overuse them. Overusing condiments, or using the wrong condiments, is one of the biggest mistakes we make as we try to make the switch to healthy food and try to lose the weight.
You can click here to see what other top mistakes you could be making with your healthy food and how to avoid it.
You can also avoid making the wrong choices with your food by signing up for a Custom Meal Plan, where show you exactly what to eat, how much as when. Everything is based on your body, your goals, and we only include the foods you like to eat, including hamburger and fries!
About Possible Pat
Hi, I'm Pasquale Brocco and I've lost A LOT of weight. When I started my journey to lose weight, I weighed 605 pounds. After visiting the doctor, I realized I had to make a change. I started with a simple plan and within 60 days, I lost 100 lbs. So far, I've lost over 307 pounds. Now, I'm sharing a simple message with you, "Anything is possible." If you can put on the weight, you can lose the weight.