Ranch Cheddar Burgers for the Cali'flour Flatbreads

I don't know about you guys, but sometimes you just want a delicious juicy hamburger! Today I was definitely craving one! The Cali'flour flatbreads make excellent "buns" for hamburgers, but without all the additional carbs that are in traditional hamburger buns!

The 5 inch flatbreads are made with only a few ingredients which include egg whites, cauliflower, mozzarella and spices. That's it! Just a few clean ingredients and no added preservatives! Yay!

Two of the flatbreads count as 1/3 Lean and 2 Greens on the 5 & 1 plan, whether you are following the Optavia or Medifast program! Add 2/3 Lean and 1 more Green and you have a full Lean and Green meal.

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I made the recipe below so that you had all the calculations done for you if you were itching for a yummy burger using the flatbreads. The recipe below makes 4 burgers (2/3 Lean per burger) topped with G Hughes sugar free bbq sauce! So good!

If you don't have the flatbreads, that's okay! There is a link below that takes you to a recipe using no flatbreads. Enjoy!

Ranch Cheddar Burgers for the Cali'flour Flatbreads

1 lb 95 to 97% lean ground beef, 12 oz cooked (3 ~ 2/3 Leaner portions)
2/3 cup reduced fat sharp cheddar cheese (1 ~ 2/3 Lean portion)
1 tbsp Hidden Valley ranch seasoning mix (6 Condiments)
4 tbsp G Hughes sugar free bbq sauce, divided (4 Condiments)
2 Cali'flour Foods Flatbreads per burger (1/3 Lean, 2 Greens)

Mix all ingredients together in a large bowl.
Form into 4 patties.
Grill until desired doneness.
Serve each burger with 2 flatbreads.
Top each burger with 1 tbsp of sugar free bbq sauce.

Burger only
4 Servings
Per Serving:
2/3 Lean and 2.5 Condiments

Burger with 2 flatbreads
1 Lean, 2 Greens, and 2.5 Condiments
(Add 1 more Green when using the flatbreads)

* Don't have the flatbreads? Here is a recipe which makes 4 full Leans!
Ranch Cheddar Burgers (without flatbreads)

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