This post has been sponsored by King’s Hawaiian® Bakery West, Inc., The Kraft Heinz® Company, Honest Tea® and Nathan’s Famous®. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
Summer is not over yet! Ready to throw one last grilling get-together?! Head to Publix and stock up on some of my favorite products. I made a delicious Italian seasoned burger with a few unique toppings, and I have a few sales to share so that you can stock up for less. Let’s break out the grill and get cookin’!
Sweet Summer Grilling Sweepstakes
From 8/15/19 through 9/15/19 you can enter the Sweet Summer Grilling Sweepstakes. With five Grand Prizes that include a $1,000 Publix® gift card and a Big Green Egg® grill filled with great prizes, and 15 Secondary Prizes that include a Big Green Egg grill filled with great prizes, you won’t want to miss this!
We headed to Publix to grab a few summer essentials like King’s Hawaiian Sweet Hamburger Buns, Honest Tea Peach Tea, Nathan’s Famous Beef Franks, and Heinz Mayochup. I love King’s Hawaiian buns, and I found them in the deli section. Honest Tea (in the beverage aisle) in the peach flavor, really any Honest Tea flavor, is a delicious pairing with our recipe. It is a refreshing drink this summer! Nathan’s Famous Beef Franks can be found in the refrigerated meats section, and the bun-length variety is our favorite. I was most excited to finally try Heinz Mayochup, which I found in the condiment aisle.
From 8/17/19 to 8/30/19, you can get 2/$6 select King’s Hawaiian products, 10/$10 select Honest Tea products, 2/$7 during 8/22/19 – 8/28/19 for select Nathan’s Famous products, and BOGO for select Heinz products!
- King’s Hawaiian Sweet Hamburger Buns stay true to the original island recipe that you love. They have a unique soft and fluffy texture with just a touch of sweetness. Plus, King’s Hawaiian Hamburger Buns are ideally sized for backyard burgers, and perfectly complement the flavors of your favorite burger. I knew they would be the perfect pairing to my dish, and they’re irresistibly delicious!
- Honest Tea is always organic and just a tad sweet. The packaging is clean and simple, and I love their origin story. It’s so refreshing and always goes so well with any food that I make!
- Heinz mashed-up ketchup and mayonnaise to make Mayochup! It’s so awesome on burgers, sandwiches, and more! It’s so creamy and seriously took my recipes to another level!
- Need another idea for the grill? Try Nathan’s Famous Beef Franks! They are made with 100% premium beef with no artificial flavors or colors and no fillers or by-products. I love to top mine with Heinz Mayochup!
Once you have everything you need for one last summer party, grill up Caprese Burgers! Do you love the combination of tomatoes, basil, and mozzarella? I do! Here’s how to get started:
Prepare the grill for your burgers. You can use pre-made burger patties or use your hands to form burger patties. Season with garlic, parsley, salt, and pepper. Once the grill is ready, place burgers on high heat for several minutes until cooked to your desired temperature. I prefer medium-well burgers.
When burgers are finished, using the King’s Hawaiian Hamburger Buns, place one patty on a bun. Top your burger with a slice of mozzarella, two leaves of basil, and a thick tomato slice. Balsamic vinegar is typically used in a caprese salad, but you may prefer a more traditional topping like Heinz Mayochup.
- 1 pound of ground beef (or 4 pre-made burger patties)
- King’s Hawaiian Hamburger Buns
- 1 mozzarella block
- 2 large tomatoes
- 1 fistful of basil leaves
- Prepare the grill for your burgers. You can use pre-made burger patties or use your hands to form burger patties. Season with garlic, parsley, salt, and pepper. Once the grill is ready, place burgers on high heat for several minutes until cooked to the desired temperature. I prefer medium-well burgers.
- When burgers are finished, using the King’s Hawaiian Hamburger Buns, place one patty on it. Top with a slice of mozzarella, two leaves of basil, and a thick tomato slice. Balsamic vinegar is typically used in a caprese salad, but you may prefer a more traditional topping like Heinz Mayochup.
Nutrition Information:Yield: 4 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 378 Total Fat: 22g Saturated Fat: 8g Trans Fat: 1g Unsaturated Fat: 10g Cholesterol: 107mg Sodium: 209mg Carbohydrates: 9g Net Carbohydrates: 0g Fiber: 1g Sugar: 3g Sugar Alcohols: 0g Protein: 34g
You’re now ready to host a fun summer grilling party! Don’t forget to enter the sweepstakes HERE, and I’d love to hear what you would make with these products! Do you grill beef franks? Are you dying to try the Heinz Mayochup, too?