Heart Shaped Burgers: recipes to make heart shaped hamburger patties and heart shaped burger buns in your bread machine or by hand.
What could be more fun and delicious for Valentine’s Day, than heart shaped burgers? We made homemade heart shaped hamburger buns in our bread maker (but you can also make them without) and heart shaped hamburger patties for a delicious Valentine’s Day.
These buns are really easy to make in a bread machine -just add the ingredients and set to dough setting. Come back in 2 hours and your dough is ready to form into hearts. These are super simple, and pretty much fool proof. But you can also make them by hand if you don’t have a bread maker, and they’re still pretty easy to put together.
They do take a little while to make, whether by hand or in the bread machine. So make sure you give yourself enough time. Maybe start the process in the morning if you can. They take about 3 hours to complete, plus cooling. And they smell amazing as you’re baking them.
Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 283Total Fat: 6gSaturated Fat: 3gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 2gCholesterol: 62mgSodium: 352mgCarbohydrates: 48gFiber: 2gSugar: 5gProtein: 9g
Heart Shaped Burgers
To make the hamburger patties combine 1 lb of ground beef with 1 package of onion soup mix. Form into heart shaped patties about the same size or slightly larger than the heart shaped burger buns. The patties will shrink slightly as they cook.
Cut the cooled buns in half and top with your heart shaped burger and toppings of your choice.
We served our heart shaped burgers with fresh cut fries and vanilla milkshakes. You can see our whole Valentine’s Day party set up here, including our beautiful Valentine’s Day table.
With heart shaped burgers for Valentine’s Day, life really is a party!
More Valentine’s Day Recipes
Check out our Valentine’s Day pizza party, with delicious heart shaped dessert pizza here.
You might also like our Chocolate Heart Shaped Pavlova recipe here.
Also check out our Heart Shaped Jelly Donuts here.