Fitness star’s healthy version of the famous In-N-Out burger wows thousands – and it’s only 480 calories


A health coach has shared her delicious recipe for a homemade version of In-N-Out’s famous Double Double Burger.

Bec Hardgrave, from Brisbane, was inspired to make the beef burger after eating the delicious meal on holiday in America and realising it was not available back home.

The ‘healthy’ burger with beef mince, American mustard, smokey cheese, and homemade In-N-Out sauce is only 480 calories and high in protein.

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Bec Hardgrave, a health coach from Brisbane, has shared her inventive recipe for a homemade version of In-N-Out’s famous Double Double Beef Burger

Bec’s recipe calls for a quarter of a brown onion, 120g of five-percent fat beef mince, American mustard, one slice smokey cheese, 25g pickles, lettuce, and tomato.

In order to make the homemade In-N-Out sauce, Bec used 30g of light whole egg mayonnaise, 15g sugar-free tomato sauce, 5g American mustard, and 5g pickle relish.

Bec first added her brown onion to a pan and caramelised it, and created little balls out of the beef mince.

She then flattened the beef mince balls out on the pan and flipped them until they were brown before adding a tablespoon of mustard sauce onto the patty.

Bec first added her brown onion to a pan and caramelised it, and created little balls out of the beef mince

The recipe needs brown onion, beef mince, mustard, smokey cheese, pickles, lettuce, and tomato

Bec’s recipe calls for a quarter of a brown onion, 120g of five-percent fat beef mince, American mustard, one slice smokey cheese, 25g pickles, lettuce, and tomato

Bec also suggested that those following her recipe toast the buns on the same pan as the meat

Bec also suggested that those following her recipe toast the buns on the same pan as the meat

‘A pro tip is to toast your buns on the same pan as your meat,’ Bec said. 

The American cheese then went on top of each patty and Bec added the caramelised onions on top of the beef before stacking the other patty on it.

Bec simply mixes all the ingredients for the sauce in a bowl together and spreads a thick layer on top of the buns.

The pickles, tomato, and lettuce go on the bun before the beef patties with a slight drizzle of extra sauce on the top.

‘It’s only 480 calories and 36 grams of protein,’ Bec said.

How to make your own Double Double burger at home: 

Ingredients:

  • 1 Brioche Bun
  • 1/4 Brown Onion
  • 120g 5% Fat Beef Mince
  • 5g American Mustard (for Pattie’s)
  • 1 Slice Smokey Cheese (Coles)
  • 25g Pickles
  • Lettuce
  • Tomato

For the IN-N-OUT Sauce:

  • 30g Light Whole Egg Mayo
  • 15g Sugar Free Tomato Sauce
  • 5g American Mustard
  • 5g Pickle Relish

Method:

  • Add the brown onion to a pan and caramelise it
  • Create little balls out of the beef mince and flatten them out on the pan; cook until they are brown
  • Put a tablespoon of mustard sauce onto the patty and let it seep in
  • Toast the buns on the same pan as your meat
  • Add a slick of American cheese on top of each patty
  • Place the caramelised onions on top of the beef before stacking the other patty on it
  • Add all of the ingredients for the sauce into a bowl and mix until combined
  • Spread a thick layer of the sauce on top of a bun and add in the pickles, tomato, and lettuce 
  • Place the beef patties on the bun next and add a slight drizzle of extra sauce on the top
  • Enjoy! 

Nutrition Information:

  • 480 Calories
  • 36G Protein
  • 23G Fat
  • 30G Carbs
Bec Hardgrave was inspired to make the beef burger after eating the delicious meal on holiday in America

The health coach realised she had to attempt a homemade version because In-N-Out wasn't in Australia

Bec Hardgrave, from Brisbane, was inspired to make the beef burger after eating the delicious meal on holiday in America and realising it was not available back home

Bec’s video quickly went viral and stunned many of her 100,000 followers, who flocked to the comments to thank her.

‘This looks absolutely delicious, I’m trying it out THIS WEEK,’ wrote one woman.

‘Oh my I need to try it! It’s been ten years since I’ve had an In-N-Out burger.’

‘Life saver, this looks so wonderful,’ wrote a third.

Hundreds of Aussies have lined up in crisp winter temperatures for a burger from American fast food chain In-N-Out, who are serving their iconic meals for one day only

Hundreds of Aussies have lined up in crisp winter temperatures for a burger from American fast food chain In-N-Out, who are serving their iconic meals for one day only

Bec’s recipe was shared right in time as hundreds of Aussies recently lined up in crisp winter temperatures for a burger from In-N-Out, who are served their iconic meals for one day only.

The iconic US establishment hotsted a pop-up store in Sydney’s East Village that ran from 10am to 4pm on Wednesday 29 June.

The pop up store served Double-Double burgers, which are made up of ‘double meat and double cheese’, for $8 alongside Animal Style burgers and Protein Style burgers.

Bec's recipe was shared right in time as hundreds of Aussies recently lined up in crisp winter temperatures for a burger from In-N-Out, who are served their iconic meals for one day only

Bec’s recipe was shared right in time as hundreds of Aussies recently lined up in crisp winter temperatures for a burger from In-N-Out, who are served their iconic meals for one day only

The iconic US establishment hotsted a pop-up store in Sydney's East Village that ran from 10am to 4pm on Wednesday 29 June

The iconic US establishment hotsted a pop-up store in Sydney’s East Village that ran from 10am to 4pm on Wednesday 29 June

Instagram foodie ‘Isaac Eats A Lot’ was the first person in the line to receive his burger, purchasing crisps and a large hamburger.

Foodfluencer ‘Big City Mick’ took a video of the lengthy lines outside East Village before joining it himself for a taste.

‘After a short line-up with other hungry foodies, I was at the counter and for $20 I got the Double-Double, chips, a coke and a t-shirt,’ he said.

‘Good flavour and overall a nice burger which I would 100 per cent smash again, minus the pickles.

‘Nice work for bringing an American moderate speed burger franchise to our Sydney scene.’





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