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One logical shortcut might be mixing blue cheese crumbles in with the ground beef, but we've found that too much of the cheese melts out and what's left behind is overly salty. The addition of cheese throughout also prevents the burger from cooking evenly, so we recommend topping your patty with a couple of slices of Saga Bleu, gorgonzola or roquefort instead.

Now that we’ve planted the All-American Cheeseburger seed, it’s time to explore the rest of the burger family tree. This bacon blue cheese burger combines salty cheese and bacon and sweet caramelized onions for a fully balanced flavor experience that could even survive a heavy dose of ketchup. But if you want to add one more note to the symphony, our Grown Up Ketchup is a great jumping off point to the world of homemade condiments. 

One logical shortcut might be mixing blue cheese crumbles in with the ground beef, but we’ve found that too much of the cheese melts out and what’s left behind is overly salty. The addition of cheese throughout also prevents the burger from cooking evenly, so we recommend topping your patty with a couple of slices of Saga Bleu, gorgonzola or roquefort instead. Pair that with some crispy bacon you cooked perfectly and sweet, sticky caramelized onions. You’ve never seen a homemade burger bun so excited to meet its demise.

Not a fan of blue cheese yet? We can fix that.