This is not the most descriptive of recipe titles but to be quite honest with you, if I were to try and name this burger utilising the ingredients within this absolute mammouth it would never go through a search engine. This one literally came to me one day when I sat and thought about all the tastes that I am a fan of and how it could then be constructed into a vehicle to be grilled and yammed into my greedy little face. So let us go through the key ingredients to make this oozy meaty beast:

-a good mince with a high fat content to ensure that the burger fat is nicely dripping down one's arms from and the first bite

-cream cheese to produce an oozy interior

-cheddar to add sharpness and depth

-streaky bacon, because its bacon and needs no explanation

And if you're not dribbling right now then you may just need your head checking.

Course Main Course
Cuisine American
Keyword bacon, barbecue, burger, cheese, grilling
Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Servings 2
Author jacksmeatshack


  • 500 g mince beef with a high fat content
  • 2 tbsp Cowboy Coffee Multi Purpose Rub
  • 1 pack streaky bacon
  • 2 tbsp cream cheese
  • 50 g grated cheddar cheese
  • 2 burger buns


  1. Preheat the grill to 200C.

  2. in a mixing bowl mix the cheeses together.

  3. add the mince to a mixing bowl, add the Cowboy Coffee multi purpose rub and give it a mix.

  4. divide the mince into four 125g balls and press into patties using a burger press.

  5. add a spoonful of cheese onto the centre of one of the patties allowing about 2cm around the edge. Top with another patty and seal the edges together.

  6. wrap slices of streaky bacon around the patty ensuring that all the beef is covered.

  7. Repeat for the second monster patty and then pop them on the grill on indirect heat to allow the bacon fat to render.

  8. grill the patties for approximately 10 minutes per side until the internal temperature of the meat reaches 55C.

  9. Serve in buns with your favourite burger condiments and enjoy!