With Memorial Day come and gone, cook out season is officially here! Ball Park is well known for their “plump when you cook ‘em” hot dogs, but now they have expanded to burgers! This frozen hamburger patty cooks to delicious flame grilled goodness in only 70 seconds in the microwave! If you’re worried that a frozen burger in the microwave might come out dry, or be limited in the flavor department… you have no need to fear!
The other day, I was working around the house and realized it was well past lunchtime. (Ooops!) I needed to come up with a lunch for Atticus and I… and quick! I popped the patties (one at a time) into the microwave, then minutes later, we bit into a juicy cheeseburger. I’m not going to lie, I was surprised at how good these burgers were. If I didn’t know, I would never have thought they came out of the microwave.
Ball Park Flame Grilled Patties are a perfect option for meals in a hurry. They can be heated in the microwave, on the stove, or on the grill. I tried the regular patties, but if you want something different, they come in Beef and Onion and Beef and Cheese flavors too. I love my burger to taste like a burger… and these definitely do!
Want to know something else pretty fun about Ball Park Flame Grilled Patties? Ball Park is giving away a year’s work of groceries and the “Ultimate Grillout” prize pack in their new ”Great Moments in Guy Time” sweepstakes. Check out their Facebook page to enter. You can upload a photo or video showing the crazy things that only guys would do to win.
Good luck in the sweepstakes… and happy cook out season! Make sure you grab some Ball Park goodies to get things going.
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