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Krispy Kreme Burger Recipe For The Cheddar Bacon Cheeseburger of Delight!

Updated on October 7, 2014

Have You Had A Krispy Kreme Burger? Looking For The Recipe?

Yes, folks, you read it correctly -- The Krispy Kreme Burger or The Krispy Kreme Cheddar Bacon Cheeseburger of Delight. Have you had one of these hamburgers? There is nothing complicated about them, just a hamburger patty, fried egg, two strips of bacon, a slice of cheese lovingly placed on a Krispy Kreme donut. A perfect marriage of sweet and savory...

On this page you'll find much discussion of this infamous hamburger including nutritional facts, videos and the Krispy Kreme Burger recipe. You will even find some great Krispy Kreme merchandise and gift ideas including books about Krispy Kreme, hamburger cookbooks, t-shirts. mugs, gift certificates and coupons, and so much more.

Much talked about online, this burger is. Many visitors to this page there have been. However, I am still waiting to 'meet' someone who has eaten the Krispy Kreme hamburger. Are you going to be the one? Have you eaten one of these delicious burgers? Are they the best-ever hamburgers? If you have had one, make sure to let us know by leaving your response in the comment box at the end of this page! We are all waiting to hear from you!

"That is stinkin' wonderful." -- Paula Dean of Paula's Home Cooking Show

"A slice of heaven." -- Paula Dean's Guest on Paula's Home Cooking Show

"You are out of your crazy minds." -- Paula Dean

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The Krispy Kreme Burger Recipe

Also Known As The Lady's Brunch Burger on Paula's Home Cooking Show

An easy-to-prepare if-you-dare recipe, it should take about 10 minutes to prepare and 15 minutes to cook.


1 1/2 pounds ground beef

3 tablespoons freshly chopped parsley leaves

2 tablespoons grated onion

House Seasoning, recipe follows

2 tablespoons butter

3 eggs

6 slices bacon, cooked

3 hamburger buns or 3 English muffins or 6 glazed donuts


Mix the ground beef, chopped parsley and grated onion together in a large mixing bowl. Season liberally, with House Seasoning. Form 3 hamburger patties.Heat a large cast iron skillet over medium-high heat and spray with non-stick cooking spray. Add the burgers and cook until desired temperature, 4 to 5 minutes per side for medium-rare. Fry bacon in a hot pan until crisp. Remove and drain on paper towels. Set aside. While burgers are cooking, heat a non-stick pan, over medium heat. Add 2 tablespoons butter. Crack 3 eggs into the pan. Cook until the yolks are just set and still slightly runny and remove. Place burger patties on English muffins or buns, and if desired, on glazed donuts, as the buns. Top each burger with 2 pieces of bacon and a fried egg.


1 cup salt

1/4 cup black pepper

1/4 cup garlic powder

Mix ingredients together and store in an airtight container for up to 6 months.Serves three people.

"My husband thought I was crazy...but he ate 2! They are wonderful! Thank you Paula for this fabulous sandwich!"~~ A quote, not by MY husband.

"Just What The Doctor Ordered."~~ Anonymous

Gateway Grizzlies, St. Louis, Use The Krispy Kreme Doughnut Hamburger To Make Their Concession Profits Sore

A similar burger is served at the Gateway Grizzlies minor-league baseball club, in St. Louis. The concession stand is famous for the Krispy Kreme doughnut hamburger - yes, a burger with cheese and bacon all between a Krispy Kreme doughnut. $4.50 for breakfsast, dinner and dessert - 1,000 calories. No ketchup, please!

The Famous Luther Burger...Stop Motion Animation Style - A fun peek into Krispy Kreme Hamburger preparation!

Rumour has it that this burger was created by Luther Vandross. The legend is that he ran out of hamburger buns and reached for...a donut!

This is..."the best idea I have heard since I invented the hard boiled egg and peanut butter sandwich. I had two of these with a side order of a defibrillator. Looking forward to my next cholesterol and blood sugar check."

Krispy Kreme Burger -- Do You Think That Restaurants Should Be Allowed Make Temptations Like This One?

Do you think that restaurants should be allowed to create items like the Krispy Kreme Cheddar Bacon Cheeseburger of Delight despite the health implications?

Yes. If people want it, I think they should be able to make it.

Yes. If people want it, I think they should be able to make it.

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    • anonymous 4 years ago

      eat 3 a day

    • anonymous 4 years ago

      Ummmm, yes. And just what health implications are being referenced? These burgers are, hands down, amazing!

    • anonymous 5 years ago

      Why the hell should we dictate whether a restaurant can serve food in a tasty combination when all the food is perfectly legal?

    • Therob007 5 years ago

      It's something I'd try to never eat again. I've done that before, the Monster Thickburger from Hardess, for example. It was good but I know its very unhealthy. Have to try it at least once though. People have to chose from themselves if they want to eat it or not. That's the free market for you.

    • Therob007 5 years ago

      That's the beauty of the free market, new products bring in money. I'd eat it once and never have it again. I did the same with the Hardees Monster Thickburger (the one with over 1000 calories). I know it's bad for me, but having it once is not going to hurt me. I'd want to try it just for the curiosity factor.

    • BW Duerr 6 years ago from Henrietta, New York

      Well, we should be able to eat what we want in moderation, but maybe a Surgeon General's warning would suffice. :D

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    • Tammy Winand 7 years ago from McleodGanj HP India

      Why not? It's up to the individual to know when they can splurge! I try to eat fresh natural ingredients as much as possible but sometimes ya just gotta go for it!

    • momto4 lm 7 years ago

      Yes, absolutely! People should be allowed to make their own decisions on what they want to eat.

    • Mickie Goad 7 years ago

      I should say "no", but sometimes one just has a "need" to give into a craving for something that is not-so-good-for-you!

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    • anonymous 8 years ago

      Of course. This isn't Nazi Germany; if you want to make an unhealthy treat for yourself or consenting customers, you should be able to do it. On a side note, I also think that people should be able to commit suicide and use whatever drugs they so desire. I guess I just love freedom.

    • The_Colorful_Squid 8 years ago

      YES. and it's our choice if we want to eat or buy them or not.

    • kab 8 years ago from Upstate, NY

      We are talking America right? Land of the FREE???

    • kathysart 8 years ago

      Absolutely! If someone wants to eat their way to poor health restaurant choices are not going to slow them down.

    • kathysart 8 years ago

      Absolutely! If people want to eat their way into bad health that is up to them. The only prerequisite is that society is not called upon to pay for their medical bills.

    • RuralRoute2 8 years ago

      You bet restaurants should have creative menu items!My favorite restaurant has a "Mr. Personality Special" for breakfast.2 eggs, 8 ounce hamburger steak, hashbrowns, whole wheat toast with strawberry jelly and chocolate milk.

    • Achim Thiemermann 8 years ago from Austin, Texas

      Man, this sounds good! I don't care about restaurants, I'll make this myself. That way I can use triple-cream Cambozola as the cheese and a dollop of sour cream on top! Then I'd dip the whole thing in batter and deep-fry it. Serve it with a cup of Creme Anglaise on the side...make that a small cup, though!

    • Haveagood1 8 years ago

      Why not? They sell monte cristo sandwiches. Just because I wouldn't eat it doesn't mean you can't!

    • KimGiancaterino 8 years ago

      Sure... people should be able to eat whatever they like. This is no worse than some of the garbage on our grocery store shelves.

    No, I think the health implications are simply too big.

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      • Sensitive Fern 7 years ago

        Well, since this is a democracy they should be free to do whatever. But, on the other hand, I think all junk food should be outlawed, at least the premade kind. And hospitals should serve only healthy food in their cafeterias and to their patients. In a perfect world, that is.

      • anonymous 8 years ago

        NO! This should be illegal, even to make at home. People cannot be trusted to make the right choices; the government must step in to help them. Making this legal is like making marijuana legal -- people should not be allowed to make bad choices for themselves.

      Hamburger America: One Man's Cross-Country Odyssey to Find the Best Burgers in the Nation DVD & Book By George Motz

      George Motz travelled America and chronicled 100 hamburger locales in 39 states. In this book, he tells of each one with love and with full-color portraits. This book contains a copy of the DVD, which was actually released first. The book is available alone at about the same cost as this combo.

      Hamburger America: One Man's Cross-Country Odyssey to Find the Best Burgers in the Nation [DVD]
      Hamburger America: One Man's Cross-Country Odyssey to Find the Best Burgers in the Nation [DVD]

      "Hamburger America is a tour through America highlighting some of the author's favorite burgers and burger joints. But more than that, through the interviews with the myriad shop owners and burger slingers I sense the joy that comes from being a business owner in America. The freedom to choose a menu, the freedom to assemble ingredients, the freedom to set prices and hours. And because these Americans are free to pursue their dreams they prosper while providing a great product that makes many people very happy." ~~ Donald Willaims


      Making Dough: The 12 Secret Ingredients of Krispy Kreme's Sweet Success - By Kirk Kazanjian and Amy Joyner

      Since 1937, Krispy Kreme has grown to include 300 outlets in America and retails over 2 billion doughnuts per year. This book looks at the strategies that this company employs successfully. It includes interviews and much more...

      "Can you people get a life and grow up??!! YOU are responsible for what you put in your body, no one has you on a high-chair force feeding this to you. If you think this recipe is too unhealthy, DON'T MAKE IT!"~~ Bronx, New York

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      "Hats off to the evil genius that came up with this preposterously nauseating concoction. It is truly, breathtakingly repellent. I have one question though; why not go for broke and also deep fry the whole hideous mass. Just a thought."~~ Anonymous

      “A half-pound burger, a fried egg, two strips of bacon, all sandwiched between two glazed doughnuts? Why not go all out and add a slice or two of cheese and use chocolate covered doughnuts?”

      If you were given the chance to sample a Krispy Kreme Burger, would you take it?

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          mosaic lm 8 years ago

          It was a huuuuge hit at Google. My friend who works there had one!

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          Paula Atwell 8 years ago from Cleveland, OH

          I am not a doughnut fan, so this isn't a must for me. Welcome to the Comfort Food Group.

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          KimGiancaterino 8 years ago

          Oh darn... I'm a vegetarian and must pass on this delectable treat! Your lens is fun, though. Welcome to Culinary Favorites From A to Z.

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          WhippetTalk 8 years ago

          Well that ranks right up there with deep fried Twinkies. LOL I personally would not eat one, but I wouldn't tell anyone not to if they wanted too. We don't have Krispy Kreme in Arizona anymore. The company closed all the stores here.

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          aquariann 8 years ago

          I'm not a donut fan, either, and even the thought of that burger makes my tummy hurt! I bet my boyfriend would love it, though. Great lens! :D

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