True story: I would be completely fine if I had to eat a burger every single day for the rest of my life. I feel like I say that about a lot of foods (I LOVE FOOD, OKAY?!) but I absolutely can’t get enough of a high quality, juicy burger in all forms. It’s so versatile with endless options of toppings and I love the toasty flavor of a hot, fresh-off-grill burger.
This version of bison burger comes with everyone’s favorite combination: bacon, lettuce, avocado, and tomatoes. It sounds so simple but the flavors are definitely not! There’s saltiness and crunchiness from the bacon, creaminess from the avocado, and the refreshing taste of the tomatoes and lettuce. Honestly… it’s the perfect combo and I’m obsessed. This recipe is also RESTART sugar-detox friendly and a easy, healthy addition to a busy weeknight dinner. Hope you enjoy!
Hi friends! I feel like I’ve been traveling SO MUCH recently. Last weekend, C and I visited Denver and Boulder, and it was such an amazing trip. For someone who loves to hike and eat good food, they offered the best of both. I kept talking about how we would move to Boulder if it was warm all year round and if it was next to the beach. Looks like we’ll be staying in California, but nevertheless, I absolutely loved both cities. The mountains were so breathtakingly beautiful, and it was so easy for me to find gluten-free, dairy-free EVERYTHING!
As much as I enjoyed all the food and adventures, I’m so happy to be back to cuddle with my dogs and eat home-cooked meals. No matter how delicious and healthy restaurant foods are, my digestion and body work and feel so much better eating at home. And I actually thought about these meatballs while I was there!
If you decide to make these Moroccan meatballs, it’s EXTREMELY important you make the sauce as well. I mean, the meatballs are yummy on their own, but the creamy dipping sauce seriously makes it STELLAR. I know I sound a bit dramatic (what else is new?), but I’m serious! I made extra of the sauce and ended up putting it on everything I ate until it ran out.
Also, these meatballs taste great grilled as well. I’ve cooked them both ways: on the grill and in the oven, and I think I actually like the grilled version better! Keep in mind that they may lose their round, circular shape if you do decide to grill them. If you don’t care about that like me, then this recipe is a good one enjoy at a barbecue!