As you all know, all at Aesthetic House are, well, slightly burger mad. Unfortunately burgers aren’t too good for the waistline so we’ve came up with an idea to get a fairly guilt-free fix.
The extra lean mince cuts the calorie content down, the hidden oozy light babybel inside allows for some cheesy-goodness and the rolled oats gives you fibre boost. Who said burgers are unhealthy?
- 500g Extra lean mince
- 4 light babybells
- 4 white soft rolls
- 20g of rolled oats
- 1 finely diced white onion
- 1 egg
- Tomato and lettuce for bun garnish
one. // Pop the oats, mince, onion and egg into a mixing bowl. Mix together with a wooden spoon and then your hands to ensure it’s all even.
two.// Cover a grill pan with tin foil (saves on the mess!) and spilt half the mixture into four thin patties. Place a babybel in the middle of each one.
three.// Do the same with the remaining mixture and place on top of the babybel. Mould the edges together using your fingers.
four.// Put the grill on 180 degrees and cook for around 5-6 minutes on each side. Keep checking depending on how you like your burgers cooked. We prefer ours slightly pink in the middle!
five.// Chop up the garnish and place on one side of the bun and place the finished burger on the other bun.
six.// Serve with potato wedges and tuck in! The burger is extremely filling so if you’re watching the calories serve it on it’s lonesome!
Sophie Warner is a fashion and lifestyle blogger who constantly thinks about various ways to stuff her face. As the health and lifestyle editor of Aesthetic she thrives on finding healthier alternatives to her favourite meals, filling her bedroom with vintage junk and exploring the delights of London Town. You can find her Tweeting at @sophiesophuk.