Hearty Low-FODMAP Cheeseburger Pie; Gluten-free
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What could be better than a cheeseburger? How about low-FODMAP Cheeseburger Pie?
This low-FODMAP recipe is an American twist on low-FODMAP Shepherd’s Pie and low-FODMAP Cottage Pie. My version contains biscuit dough instead of potatoes, and no vegetables. However, I love to serve this with a low-FODMAP Tossed Salad or low-FODMAP glazed carrots.
You may wish to enjoy this low-FODMAP Cheeseburger Pie with my low-FODMAP Ketchup, or my low-FODMAP Barbecue Sauce, but it has plenty of flavor on its own.
Low-FODMAP Cheeseburger Pie is a perfect weeknight meal for the whole family. It freezes well and can be prepared in advance. Plus this low-FODMAP meal is super-filling, hearty and nutritious.
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Hearty Low-FODMAP Cheeseburger Pie; Gluten-free
Although this recipe has not been tested, a single serving should be low-FODMAP based on the ingredients
Prep 15 min
Bake time 30 min
Total time 45 min
Bake 400 F
- 1 pound extra lean or lean ground beef
- ½ tsp salt
- ½ tsp freshly ground black pepper
- ¼ tsp paprika
- ¼ tsp cayenne pepper
- 1 cup shredded cheddar cheese
- ½ cup Gluten-free Bisquick mix (this is low-FODMAP based on the ingredients)
- check out my low-FODMAP recipe swap blog for a homemade version if you can’t find this at your stores
- 1 cup low-FODMAP milk, such as almond, or lactose-free
- 3 large eggs
- Cooking spray or vegetable shortening for greasing
- Preheat oven to 400 F
- Spray 9 inch oven-safe pie plate with cooking spray or grease with vegetable shortening
- In medium skillet, cook beef over medium until browned
- Drain completely and stir in salt and pepper and spices
- Spread beef in prepared oven safe pie plate
- Sprinkle with cheese
- In a medium bowl, whisk gluten-free Bisquick with milk and eggs until blended
- Pour over the beef mixture
- Bake at 400 F for 25-30 minutes
- Let stand for 10 minutes then serve
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I have made this many times and it is a family favorite. I use rice milk and don’t use the cayenne. My son likes his with pickles, tomatoes, and ketchup on it. My husband eats this like it’s going out of style. Get quality beef. We buy ours from a local farmer and that makes all the difference.
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Loved the idea
Question- I’m a vegetarian… what can I substitute the beef with ??
If you want to try this Cheeseburger Pie without beef, then Soy Tempeh is low-FODMAP in serving sizes of 100 g. Look for brands without added onion, garlic or high-FODMAP additives. We cannot vouch for whether it would taste the same, as we have not tried this option, so please let us know if you do!
Can we substitute a different gluten free pancake mix? I can’t seem to find the GF bisquick anywhere!
We think this should work, but without the ingredients of the brand you are using we can’t say absolutely for sure. Please check to confirm that your brand is not only gluten-free, but is also low-FODMAP too!
We also have a link for a copycat gluten-free Bisquick recipe in our low-FODMAP Recipe swap blog, so that may be useful for another option.
Let us know how it turned out!!
Have a great day 🙂
We sometimes have burgers for dinner and I do not like my burger plain. This is different and interesting.
Thank you! This recipe is a fan favorite- we bet you will love it too. Keep in touch and let us know 🙂
I DEFINITELY will! 🙂
We are new to low FODMAP and this was excellent!
My son was recently put on a low FODMAP diet by his GI so we are very new. Your website has been a God-send. Tried this tonight with ground venison and without cayenne because he is sensitive to heat and he loved it. So did I! It’s a winner.
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So, so good!
Just made this. I’m new to fodmap and this was such a great recipe that my family actually loved. I feel like you could use this recipe as a base to make a Mexican inspired one or sloppy Joe type. It was just perfect and super easy!
So glad to hear from you! You may want to try our Impossibly Easy low-FODMAP Turkey Taco Pie as well.
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How to reheat leftovers
I made this with extra lean ground turkey. It was too much for my 9″ pie pan, but it was still really good. What is the best way to reheat leftovers? Thanks
Not sure why your pan didn’t fit. Ours has plenty of extra space…
You can reheat leftovers in the microwave, start with 1 minute and adjust as necessary. If you prefer to use the oven, then we suggest 325F for 10-15 minutes depending on the size of your piece. Good luck!
Can this be frozen? Would you banke it first then freeze, or assemble and freeze the pie even with the prepared biscuit dough on top? I would love a freezer ready meal like this.
Thanks for the question. We have not frozen it before, but it should work. We suggest completing the recipe, including baking, allow it to cool, then wrapping it well before freezing. Good luck!
Thank you. I will let you know how it turns out.