The Healthy Burger of Your Dreams | Paleo & AIP

Hey, Friends! Let’s Talk Burgers & Fries,

You can make any of your typical junk food cravings into a healthy meal. Today, I wanted to give you a beautiful Paleo Burger and Fries recipe. And believe me when I tell you, this beauty will satisfy your burger and fries cravings even MORE than anything you could get at a drive-thru.

I mean, look at it. It’s gorgeous!

Paleo Burger & Fries Recipe

Delicious Healthy Burger VS. Junky Burger

Not to be competitive or anything, but I also want to do a side by side run down of this Healthy Burger vs. what you’d normally get at a fast food chain…

Delicious Healthy Burger

  • Grain-Free Bun
  • Fat Loss Friendly Fries
  • Grass Fed Beef
  • Anti-Inflammatory
  • Allergen Free
  • Satisfying & Nutrient Dense
  • Tastes Incredible

Other Junky Burgers

  • Ultra Processed Bun
  • Fries cooked in hydrogenated oils
  • Inflammatory
  • Corn syrup ketchup
  • Leave you hungrier
  • Use artificial “beef” flavors
  • Tastes like chemicals

Once you try this delicious, paleo burger, you’ll see for yourself there’s just no comparison. What I want to drive home is that you can still eat the foods you love and crave, and enjoy fat loss and great health. It’s just a matter of giving a little extra love to your meal times.

It does take a little extra effort to make something like this than to get it at a drive thru, but I promise you that the payoff in both flavor and the way you feel is 1,000% worth it.

The Foundation — A Plantain Bun

These incredibly chewy, yummy, satisfying plantain buns can stand in for any bread dishes. You can use these for sandwiches, or even as a great side dish to replace dinner rolls.

Paleo Plantain Bun Recipe

The Benefits of Plantains

  • Rich in prebiotics
  • Good source of potassium and magnesium
  • High in vitamins C & B6
  • Overall great for gut health
  • Won’t spike your blood sugar like normal buns


Grass Fed Beef Patties

There’s a common myth that beef is “bad for you”. The truth is, grass fed, grass finished beef is rich in essential vitamins, proteins, and minerals that are fantastic for health. It also tastes incredible.

Grass Fed Burger Patties
  • Add your favorite seasonings
  • Sear in a hot pan to your desired doneness
  • Let them rest for a minute to seal in the juices

Celery Root Fries

Celery root is an overlooked vegetable, but it’s a great replacement for the high glycemic potato. It has a unique and pleasant flavor, kind of like a combination of potato and celery! And of course, it’s packed with nutrition.

These fries won’t end up like the crispy fries of fast food places, but they’re delicious nonetheless.

Healthy Celery Root Fries Recipe
  • Season fresh herbs like dill, parsley, and oregano
  • Spray with coconut or olive oil
  • Salt to taste

The Healthy Burger of Your Dreams | Paleo & AIP

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This healthy burger is paleo, aip, and will satisfy any burger craving. You’ll never go back to junk drive-thru burgers once you try this fat loss friendly version!

  • Author: Brenda Turner



Plantain Bun

  • 2 green plantains
  • 2 Tbsp arrowroot powder OR coconut flour
  • 2 Tbsp coconut oil for cooking

Burger Patties

  • 1 lb grass fed, grass finished ground beef, 
  • Salt
  • garlic powder
  • onions powder

Celery Root Fries

  • 1 large head of celery root
  • salt
  • garlic powder
  • parsley, dried or fresh
  • Spray olive oil


I recommend Primal Kitchen Ketchup 


Plantain Buns

  • Peel and slice plantains 
  • Add to food processor and process until smooth
  • Add arrowroot powder and process again until smooth
  • Place coconut oil in pan, heat pan to a low medium heat
  • Add plantain mixture to the pan, and form into bun shape with your spatula
  • Cook each side until golden, about 4 minutes


  • Mix seasonings into ground beef
  • Shape into patties of desired size
  • Heat a pan to high heat, and spray lightly with olive oil
  • Cook patties to desired doneness

Celery Root Fries

  • Cut the tops off of the celery root
  • Use a vegetable peeler to peel the skin off of the celery root
  • Cut in half, and lay the flat ends of the celery root down
  • Cut the halves into French fry shapes, aiming to get them all even, for even cooking
  • Spray the fries with olive oil
  • Toss with seasonings
  • Cook at 350 degrees, and check every 15 minutes until golden brown (about 25 minutes, depending on the thickness of the fries)

Happy Cooking, My Friend 🙂

I hope you love this recipe as much as I do. And don’t forget, there’s a healthy alternative to almost everything you can imagine!

Have a great day, and take care of Your Self.

Much Love,


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