Monday, March 26, 2018

Hummus Mini Turkey Burgers with Foster Farms Buzzer Beaters #FFBuzzerBeaters #ad

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March is College Basketball Tournament time and we love to find reasons to have more basketball fun. We like to shoot some hoops before a game, make some great food and cheer on our favorite college teams. I like to try new recipes but still include our favorite dunkable foods. I always buy the Foster Farms brand to support a California based company.

To celebrate College Basketball Foster Farms has a fun online game called Buzzer Beaters. My son and I have been in a fierce competition of who can make the most baskets in 30 seconds! So far we have won a promo code for where we can get a discount on fan gear and some coupons for our favorite Foster Farm products. As a frugal Mom I love discount codes! My son always jokes that I can beat him in real basketball since I am taller and closer to the hoop. With Buzzer Beaters the odds are even and actually in his favor since he is an ace at online game play. He was elated that he was beating Mom and the winner! How many baskets can you make in the 30 seconds? Have you beat the home team?

Game time always calls for good food. I bought my sons favorite, Foster Farms Mini Corn Dogs since they are easy to make and easy to dunk into tasty dips. I also made a new recipe using Foster Farms Ground Turkey. I have really been into hummus and wanted to try to find a way to incorporate it other than a dip. I made Hummus Mini Turkey Burgers that I served in pita pockets.

Hummus Mini Turkey Burgers

1 pound Foster Farms Ground Turkey
2/3 cup of your favorite hummus ( recipe for my homemade Basic Hummus)
1/2 teaspoon of salt
1/2 teaspoon paprika
1/4 teaspoon onion powder
1/8 teaspoon cinnamon
1/8 teaspoon fennel

Mix all ingredients together until hummus and spices are fully incorporated into the ground turkey. Form into small balls, flatten into small burgers. Brush pan with olive oil and tops of burgers. Cook in oven at 400 degrees for 25-30 minutes. (adjust cooking time with your pan and oven as needed)

Serve mini turkey burgers on pita bread cut into quarters from the whole pieces of pita bread. Add sliced avocado, yellow and red sweet peppers, top with yogurt based blue cheese dressing and a dash of pepper. Turn on your favorite College Basketball game and enjoy your snacking!

We always include a "dunkable" item in our College Basketball celebrations. This time I served mini corn dog and sweet pepper kabobs that can be dunked into a spicy black bean dip. Delicious!


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