05 September 2009

Paula Deen's Heart Attack Burgers

Ingredients :
  • 2- ½ Lb - BBQ Burgers
  • 4 Strips - Bacon (cooked)
  • 2 Eggs - (fried)
  • 4 - Krispy Kreme Donuts
Place one donut down on a plate and top it with 1 burger, then with 1 egg and then with 2 strips of bacon (break each strip into 2 sections) then top the entire thing with another donut. Sit back in awe on what you are just about to consume then raise it to your mouth and just go for it.



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