How To Make A Double Cheeseburger Pie

Yes, you read that title correctly. An Australian fast-food chain have created a Double Cheeseburger Pie.

As I get older, I find it increasingly difficult to keep in shape and despite my diet not changing dramatically in the past 15 years, I seem to be gaining weight at a level not previously seen. With that in mind, I had prepared a diet to try for a few weeks that included plenty of broccoli, apples and other fruit and vegetables that I knew would be good for me.

And then I saw this:

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This is the Double Cheeseburger Pie and it happens to be one of the greatest things I have ever seen. I love McDonald’s legendary Double Cheeseburger, and everyone loves pie, so this has the potential to be the best thing ever. Australian chain, Pie Face, is the creator of this beauty and it has the potential to change the world. Ok, perhaps it won’t change the world, but it will make Australia more worth visiting.

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So how to make one?

We actually it’s pretty straightforward. You take the ingredients of a double cheeseburger and replace the bun with a layer of pastry.

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The only problem with this, obesity aside, is that it might change the way you look at food for the rest of your life. The Double Cheeseburger Pie is not the only ungodly culinary creation on the market. Have a little look online and you can find all sorts of interesting food ideas:

Burger King made a Whopperrito

Germany tried deep-frying a Bratwurst

And Pizza Hut decided to make a pizza crust out of Dorito’s chips

Pizza Hut's Doritos-Crust Pizza (Australia)

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