Oven Burgers

When your hubby hasn’t been getting home until 7-7:30 p.m. since the year started and you just want a burger on a Friday evening.

We grill almost every Friday or Saturday evening since we’ve started this Whole30 business. I mean sometimes we grab dinner somewhere or just eat whatever but a lot of Friday evenings Jacob comes home and grills burgers or steaks for us and it is delicious.

Well, this is part of his busy time during the year so poor guy hasn’t been home before 7 in over a month. I hate this because he doesn’t have a lot of time with the boys or family time during the week but also because I just don’t get any burgers. #priorities

So I looked on faithful Pinterest for “oven burgers” and there is a host of recipes and all kinds of things you can do. I’m keeping this simple though, I just want these guys seasoned and cooked so I can eat ’em up. So grab yourself a pack of burger patties and let’s get going.


  • burger patties (I usually get a pack of pre-made ones at the store when they are on sale because I kind of hate mashing them out myself. #confession)
  • Season-all salt (I told you guys this was simple.)

What to do:

  1. Line a baking sheet with foil and place a grilling rack on top of the pan.
  2. Season your burgers how you would like. We just use quick season-all. (If you are doing a Whole30, this compilation of seasonings can sometimes have sugar in it so just check to make sure!)
  3. Place them in the oven and bake at 400 degrees for 15-30 min. I think I baked mine for 15 minutes and checked them, flipped them and baked them a little longer until they were cooked all the way through. The thinner your burgers are, the quicker they will cook. Easy and done!

We topped ours with some guacamole and a fried egg, just keeping it simple tonight with some roasted asparagus! You could obviously do whatever burger toppings are your fave, and even melt some cheese on these bad boys in the oven the last few minutes they cook! Hope you enjoy them!


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