In-n-Out Breakfast Burger with Avocado and Egg – (b)Urge(r) to Merge

In n Out Burger with Avocado and Egg, Yolk Porn
Once I had this fantasy…

And guess what? Dreams can come true! You just have to believe…

How to Make In-N-Out Breakfast Burger with Avocado and Egg

In-n-Out Burger, to go bag
1. Go to In-N-Out.
In-n-Out Burger, Cheeseburger Fries
2a. Order a cheeseburger with cold cheese, which sounds disgusting, but is necessary so that the cheese doesn’t liquefy during the drive home plus “at home assembly” time. You can melt the cheese yourself on your stovetop or under your broiler at home.
In n Out Burger, Grilled Whole Onion, Fries
2b. Note: Animal-style —with mustard-grilled patty, grilled onions, pickles, and extra sauce — will make it more painstaking to cleanly disassemble the cheeseburger and re-assemble it. But this is In-N-Out; you can — with the exception of avocado and egg which is the whole point of this post — have whatever you want. I just learned about the grilled whole onion, as opposed to regular “grilled onions,” which are chopped. I will never look back.
In n Out Burger with Avocado
3. Remove all paper wrappings from the cheeseburger taking care to keep the paper intact as much as possible. Place the burger on a cutting board. Remove the top bun. Slice half a ripe avocado length-wise into slices. Wonder how previous redundant sentence could be edited. Place avocado slices on cheeseburger.
In n Out Burger with Avocado and Egg , recipe
4. Fry an egg. Place egg, yolk side up, on avocado. Gently replace top bun, making sure not to break egg yolk. Yet. Breaking the yolk into a runny, dripping, oozing, puddling mess is for instagram later.
In n Out Burger with Avocado and Egg, Fries
5. Re-wrap burger in inner brown paper liner. Shimmy liner-wrapped burger back into outer paper bag. The cheeseburger is much bigger now. The bag may tear a little, but it’ll only hurt for like a minute.
In n Out Burger with Avocado and Egg
6. Place your In-n-Out Avocado Egg Breakfast Burger on plate for serving.
In n Out Burger with Avocado and Egg, Yolk Porn
7. Serve your In-n-Out Avocado Egg Breakfast Burger with now cold, but not any worse, French fries.

Next time, fuck In-n-Out’s fries, and make a quick stop at McDonald’s on the way home.

p.s. You can also do this with a Double Double.

p.p.s. You can also do this with a 3×3.

p.p.p.s. You can also do this with a 4×4, but that might be taking it a little too far, don’t you think?

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{ 13 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Darius September 21, 2014 at 4:05 pm

This is out of control and I love it so much.


2 TheDelicious September 22, 2014 at 10:41 am

thank you!


3 J.S. @ Sun Diego Eats September 22, 2014 at 8:40 am

Saw this on tastespotting and immediately had to click on to see who was the genius behind this idea. I would add bacon too buttttt this is PERFECTION.


4 TheDelicious September 22, 2014 at 10:34 am

tastespotting ;)


5 dragontech64 September 22, 2014 at 8:59 am

What would be the recipe for those without an In-n-Out burger or who won’t do business with them? Is there anything special about this burger itself, or just any burger with cheese, tomato and lettuce?


6 TheDelicious September 22, 2014 at 10:41 am

dragontech: dont have an exact recipe though I have seen people “hack” In n Out Burger; Serious Eats is the best Double Double copycat recipe i’ve seen:

main points: the burger patty is really salty, like by itself, you probably wouldn’t want to eat it, but is what makes the burger altogether taste so well-seasoned. and aside from the crisp/fresh lettuce, tomato, and pickles, is the “sauce,” which seems to be a tangy version of Thousand Island dressing (recipe for sauce also on that Serious Eats post).

good luck and if you make the whole thing at home, i would LOVE to hear about it!


7 dragontech64 September 23, 2014 at 9:29 pm

I’ll be checking out the possibility when I get the chance. Frankly, sounds like the In N Out sauce is Big Mac sauce….
Can’t eat at either place due to gluten, but we shall see….

8 Crystal September 22, 2014 at 12:05 pm

I would totally dig this minus the avocado. I like avocado, but I’m just tired of them lately. Haha. I wish there was an In-n-out burger in my state!


9 Scott September 22, 2014 at 12:23 pm

Holy Shite! I’m throwing in a grilled portobello on that sucker upon reassembling it and doing it some justice! Nom Nom and another F*cking Nom.


10 H.C. September 22, 2014 at 12:53 pm

or get the fries well done – which takes on a crispy chippy quality that tastes better & lasts longer!

But love this idea!


11 TheDelicious September 22, 2014 at 1:05 pm

HC i am going to order and try all the different french fries at In N Out — but not ‘light,’ because like LIGHT fries?! — but come one, will one of them ever really be better than McDonald’s??? :)


12 ami@naivecookcooks September 22, 2014 at 3:16 pm

This will be my brunch this weekend!!


13 TheDelicious September 22, 2014 at 3:21 pm

ami ~ let me know how delicious it is! :)


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