- 2-3 lbs of grass fed beef
- 3 Large and long Sweet Potatoes
- 1 large red apples
- 5-6 strips of THICK cut bacon
- 1 tablespoon Braggs Coconut Aminos
- 1 tablespoon dry rub
- Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil
- 1-2 tablespoons EVOO salt and pepper to taste
First you want to marinate the beef with the coconut aminos and the dry rub. You can go ahead and preheat the oven to 400 degrees.
Sweet & Savory Yumminess Returns
Dice the apples in to bite size pieces. Cut the bacon from left to right. I’d say about 1/2 inch wide. Place the apples in the skillet with 1 tsp of Ghee ( or unsalted butter) over medium heat. Sauté for 5-8 mins. Try not to over cook because they will become too mushy. Add the bacon at about 4 mins in. Sauté until bacon is mostly cooked.
Transfer the bacon & apples to the bowl with the Grass Fed Beef and mix.
Once you have the beef, bacon and apple mixed well, you will want to make the patties petite but hardy, not too big and not too small. Slider Size 😉
The rest is easy sweet peasy! We all know how to make a burger on the skillet! If not, heat skillet to medium heat. Put patties in the skillet for 4 mins each side. That should do perfectly.
The Best Kind of Buns are the Sweet Ones
Slice sweet potatoes in a circular fashion about 1/2 inch thick. place on a cookie sheet or baking pan and drizzle with the EVOO and salt & pepper.
Bake for about 25-30 mins. You don’t want them too soft as they will fall apart when used as the ‘bun’ for the Sweet P. Sliders.
Some Assembly Required
Once the sweet potatoes are done, remove from oven… and well you should know the rest. Just assemble as you would a normal burger. These Sliders are super yummy as is, but feel free to add whatever healthy toppings your heart desires. Sides are endless and keep an eye out for my Paleo Apple Cole Slaw recipe coming soon.
Sweet P Slider Success!!
Right in time for Spring and Summer, these simple and quick Paleo Sliders with a sweet twist are sure to have everyone ranting and raving for more.