Homemade White Castle Slyders

This recipe is from Devin Alexander’s cookbook, Fast Food Fix. These taste EXACTLY like slyders from White Castle. They are very simple to make and will save you tons of fat and calories. The next time you find yourself craving some of these little guys, go to the store and get the ingredients and make them yourself. Your waistline will thank you! 🙂


5 oz. lean ground beef ( I used 93/7)

salt and peper

1/2 cup water

1 1/2 tbsp dehydrated minced onion

5 square dinner rolls

5 round dill pickles



Line baking sheet with waxed paper.

Divide ground beef into 5 equal portions. On baking sheet, flatten and shape each portion into a square patty. Season with salt and pepper. Place in freeze uncovered for about 5 mins.

In large nonstick skillet, combine onion flakes with water. Cook over med heat until onions are soft. This takes about 5 mins. A thin layer of water should remain in skillet. If needed, add up to 2 tbsp of water. Place patties in single layer over softened onion. Cook 1 mins or until bottoms are brown. Flip.  Place 1 roll bottom cut side down on top of each burger. Place 1 roll top on each roll bottom. When beef is no longer pink, remove roll tops and set aside. Slide thin spatula under 1 portion of onion, burger, and 1 roll bottom. Flip stack onto plate. Top with dill pickle round and a squirt of yellow mustard. Cover with roll tops. Repeat with remaining burgers.

* You can also add cheese if you would like

This pic doesnt do these burgers justice.


1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Molly Jean
    Oct 18, 2009 @ 01:35:16

    Super fun! These would be great at one of our parties… I’m sure they’d be a huge hit with the boys 😉 They love WC!


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