Burger Wrapped in Pizza Dough Recipe

Burger Wrapped in Pizza Dough Recipe

If you are wondering what to make for your meal as an appetizer, the burger wrapped in pizza dough recipe is the perfect answer. We all love burgers and pizzas. And when there is a burger wrapped in dough, it becomes double the fun. It’s exactly as it sounds, a burger in a pizza. 

Dough Burger Recipe

You will learn in this article how to make dough burgers or pizza burgers. This is a special twist on the two delicious dishes combining to make the ultimate pizza patty. 

So, let’s dive into the ingredients and recipe of this mouth-watering dish. 

Ingredients That You Will Need Are:

  • Six Cowboy Bacon Slider buns
  • One frozen pizza dough, raw
  • SIX H-E-B Natural sliced muenster patties 
  • One cup of store-bought guacamole
  • One beaten egg
  • Cheese slices
  • Ketchup according to taste

Method of Preparing Burger Wrapped Pizza Dough Recipe Step by Step:

Step 1: Preheat the grill to a temperature of 375°F or 190°C. once it is heated enough, grill the burger patties until they are done on both sides and cooked through

Step 2: Preheat the oven temperature to 400°F or 200°C. Meanwhile prepare the dough for the burger.

Step 3: Tear off a bit of a dough and stretch it evenly enough so a slider burger can be wrapped totally in it.

Step 4: Place the burger in the middle of the dough spread, place cheese slices on tope and wrap the burger with the dough. Pinch to completely seal it off.

Step 5: Do an egg wash on the dough wrapped burgers, place them on a sheet pan and bake for 20-30 minutes until the color becomes golden brown. 

Step 6: Take them out, let hem cool down a bit and serve with guacamole and ketchup.


There you go, the easy and delicious recipe of cowboy pizza burger which is essentially a burger wrapped pizza dough recipe. Hopefully, you can enjoy this dish as an appetizer in any of your meals. It is great for barbecue parties and social events. You can also enjoy these in your home dinner plans

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