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Switch Things Up with these 5 Delicious Burgers 🍔

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= Hey ! Is burger night a tradition in your house? It is for so many of us! But any meal can get boring if you eat it too often-- including burgers! Does this mean you cancel burger night? 😕 Of course not! You just need to switch things up! 😋 Tasty Alternatives to Plain Old Burgers Not only are our recipes made with healthy ingredients… But they’ll also add some excitement (and a whole lot of flavor) back into burger night! €‹ [Black Bean Burgers with Spicy Chipotle Aioli]( These vegetarian-friendly burgers combine two of our favorite things: Burgers and quesadillas! Topped off with a homemade spicy chipotle aioli, the flavors are out-of-this-world delicious! €‹ [Keto-Friendly Flavor-Packed Turkey Burger]( If you usually go with beef burgers, you’re going to love this recipe! Our perfectly seasoned turkey burgers offer all the same meaty texture and awesome flavor, but are lower in fat and calories! Plus, the lettuce leaf "buns" slash carbs to keep these burgers keto-friendly. =​ [Roasted Red Pepper Salmon Burgers](=) If you REALLY want to change things up, these scrumptious salmon burgers are just the ticket! Loaded with incredible flavor and healthy fats, these are sure to be a hit with all of your dinner guests. €‹ [Spicy Black Bean and Sweet Potato Burger with Avocado Sauce]( Black beans and sweet potatoes team up to create a wonderfully filling, vegetarian-friendly burger. The avocado sauce adds another tasty texture (and flavor) layer! It’s a super creamy sauce that tastes like a combination of guacamole and tzatziki sauce! =​ [Spinach and Feta Turkey Burger with Tzatziki Sauce](=) Speaking of tzatziki sauce, these Mediterranean-inspired burgers are another delicious take on burger night! The juicy turkey patties fit beautifully with the rich, feta cheese. Topped with homemade tzatziki sauce, this recipe offers a wonderful combination of flavors. --------------------------------------------------------------- Which one of these yummy alternatives are you going to try first? Let us know in the comment section(s)! Enjoy! 😁 xo, SkinnyMs. Loving these emails? To get an email whenever I post a new recipe or article, [click here](). = [Unsubscribe]( | 325 W. 38th Street, New York, NY 10018

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