Fitness coach: How to make a low calorie Whopper with cheese at home – and it’s only 390 calories
- Fitness coach Bec Hardgrave shared how to make a Whopper burger at home
- The ‘low calorie’ meal only contains 390 calories and 30g of protein
- The original fast food burger contains 743 calories – almost double the amount
- Bec shared how to make the burger in her latest Instagram video
A fitness coach has shared her recipe to make a ‘low calorie’ Hungry Jack’s Whopper with cheese and sauce at home.
Bec Hardgrave, from Brisbane, made the ‘fakeaway’ burger using 100g of lean beef mince, smoky cheese from Coles, low sugar tomato sauce, low fat mayonnaise, pickles, lettuce, tomato and onion in an Aldi brioche bun.
Bec’s version contains 390 calories while the fast-food original contains 743 calories – almost double the amount.
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Bec Hardgrave (pictured) made the ‘fakeaway’ burger using lean beef mince, smoky cheese from Coles, low sugar tomato sauce, low fat mayonnaise, pickles, lettuce, tomato and onion in an Aldi brioche bun
Compared to the original, the 25-year-old’s homemade meal is a healthier option as it contains more than 30g of protein
Compared to the original, the 25-year-old’s homemade meal is a healthier option as it contains more than 30g of protein.
‘If you can flame grill your meat, you’ll get the authentic taste,’ she wrote on Instagram and shared a video with her 60,000 followers.
In the clip, Bec prepared the meal by cooking the lean beef patty then placed it on the bottom brioche bun and topped with cheese.
Next, she added the tomato sauce, sliced pickles, onions and tomato, then drizzled the mayonnaise on top.
The short video outlining the quick and easy recipe has since gone viral and been viewed more than 48,000 times.
‘I can’t wait to try this! Whoopers were always my fave!’ one person wrote in the comments.
‘Thank you for giving me easy and healthy ideas on what to cook,’ another added.
A third said: ‘I’d eat this all day long.’
Others suggested recreating a KFC Zinger burger at home for her next ‘fakeaway’ attempt.
Previously Bec has also revealed how to make a healthier version of a McDonald’s McChicken burger using budget buys from the supermarket.
What you’ll need to make the homemade Whopper
- 1 x Aldi Brioche Bun
- 100g Lean Beef Mince
- 1 x Slice of Coles Brand Smokey Cheese
- 15g Fountain low sugar tomato sauce
- 15g Praise low fat mayonnaise
- 5g Pickles
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