Hamburger Frog

Introduction: Hamburger Frog

This mini-hamburger is tasty and will guarantee lots of giggles in the kitchen!

Step 1: Ingredients

2Green olives
Red Pepper
Carrot (optional)
2 skewers

Step 2: Step 1

Begin by constructing your basic Hamburger Frog.

Slice two pieces of bread, leaving the back connected.

Place the mini-hamburger inside the bread.

Cut small strips of red pepper and place inside olives (Leave some pepper sticking out of the back if you want to make carrot hair).

Place hamburger on skewers, securing the whole thing in place with the olive eyes.

Step 3: Step 2 (optional)

Use a vegetable peeler to slice long thing strips of carrots (cucumbers are also OK).

Roll strips around your finger and use a small mold (thimble maybe) to keep together. Place in freezer for 5-7 minutes.

When you remove the carrot from the freezer, it should hold it's shape.

Unroll the carrot strip a little so that one end is still a loop. Slide loop over the back of the pepper eyes to create carrot hair.

Step 4: Step 3

Slice hamburger in middle to create top and bottom lips (or gums).

Cut three small triangles of onion to create teeth.

Slice a piece of tomato peel into a curved shape to create the tongue.

Step 5: Step 4

Add ketchup to create a vampire frog.

The Lemon crown is optional but probably won't taste very good. :)

Step 6: Step 5

Enjoy your silly creation

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    9 years ago on Step 5

    I came here looking for a mini hamburger recipe and I come away with this, thankyou it made me laugh.


    10 years ago on Introduction

    Yum! I can't wait to make these for my new husband! :)


    10 years ago on Introduction

    WOW! You are so talented! Not only does this look cute, it also seems to be very delicious!!! I now have a great appetite for a "Hamburger frog"! I’m especially fond of the olive eyes. Thumbs up!