Cave Tools Burger Maker Lets You Press Two Pounds Of Patties In One Go

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Pressing a burger is easy enough. Pressing them at the exact same size every time out, though, will require a proper tool. Once you have that covered, you then realize pressing patties one by one takes a lot of time. That’s when you consider getting the Cave Tools Burger Maker.

A burger press for folks who like their burgers big and fast, it lets you turn two pounds of ground beef into six 1/3-pound size patties in one swift move. No more filling up a press over and over to make enough burgers for the family you’re feeding – just dump the lot into this thing and press half a dozen burgers in one go.

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The Cave Tools Burger Maker is made from BPA-free silicone, so you can just throw it in the dishwasher for trouble-free cleanup.  Each of the six burger compartments are designed to seal individually when you plop down the lid, too, so you can cook a couple now and put the rest in the fridge without giving your meat the dreaded freezer burn. And, yes, with its flat profile, this thing should be easy enough to find space for even in well-stocked freezers.

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As you can see from the pictures, this thing makes square burger patties with a dimple on top. According to Cave Tools, the dimple ensures that the burgers stay flat during cooking, so you can leave it unattended on the grill and still be certain that everything cooks evenly. Plus, even burgers look cuter with dimples, so it can never be a bad thing.

Available now, the Cave Tools Burger Maker is priced at $24.99.

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3 Responses

  1. Brittney

    BBQ season is here and being the perfectionist that I am, I’m always looking for quicker ways to get everything done in the kitchen. I’m not saying pressing your own patties is excruciatingly difficult, but I did fall in love when I saw this burger maker. I spend a lot of time with children and they are all about things being fair, so I’m always trying to create meals with matching portions. With this maker, I am able to create burgers like something off an assembly line. This definitely converted me from a circle lover to a square. It’s nice to have more meat than bread.

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  2. Jerry

    I have a single press burger maker we bought for when we go camping. We bought it with the intention of also using it at home, but it is a real pain-in-the-butt to use. It is very time consuming and we end up seemingly making a bigger mess with it then if we had just pressed the patties by hand. When I press by hand I get all types off different sizes and shapes, there is no consistency, and it makes the burgers ll need different lengths of time to properly cook. The Cave Tools Burger Press is something that would save use a lot of time and make life easier. We’d probably cook burgers more often. Lately we have just been cooking up steaks and hot dogs because of the hassle of making burger patties. We tried the pre-formed burger patties from Walmart, but they were disgusting. They had some kind of weird filler in it. The bag said they were 100% beef, but I doubt it.

    I like the square shape of burger patty that this press makes, it reminfs me of the square patties from Wendy’s. I need to convince my local Scout troop to invest in a few of these. You can’t go wrong with this press because it comes with a lifetime money back guarantee if you are not happy with it for any reason.

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  3. Anita

    I purchased two of these recently and it makes barbequing so much easier. It is so nice being able to have patties that are identical to one another and without all the time spent shaping yourself. My daughter gets a kick out of helping me pack as much meat as possible into these things. We make it fun and race each other to see who can make the most. I love safe products not only for the sake of the environment but for my family of course, so I’m always looking for those BPA free stickers. What’s so great about these presses is that they double as storage so any meet you aren’t ready to cook can be simply stored in the fridge until the following day. No more freezer burn

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