Spring is finally here and that means it’s “Cookout Season!” It’s time to break out those grills, your StufZ burger press, and all your favorite grilled food items!
With StufZ you can make the best grilled stuffed burgers around! It’s as easy as 1-2-3! Simply shape the ground beef (or your ground meat of choice), put in all your favorite ingredients, and then seal it with some more ground beef. Then place the stuffed burgers on the grill and watch them cook as your mouth waters with anticipation!
Happy grilling from StufZ!
The Constant Consumer (aka Tammy Markley) and “Sweety John” decided to try our StufZ burger press for their “We can do it Wednesday” series on their YouTube channel.
They used their StufZ to create hamburgers with cheese, mushrooms and onions. “I didn’t think we’d have this much room” Tammy notices. “I can taste it already.”
“The key is sealing it,” notes John. “It looks to be a pretty good seal.”
They then placed their StufZ burgers on a pan and cooked them on their stovetop.
“It looks juicy and delicious” says Tammy as she placed their cooked burgers on a bun. She then gave it a taste test. “Mmmm…It’s good” declares Tammy.
John says “you can do a lot” with the StufZ burger press and he gave it 4 stars. Tammy gave it “4 to 5 stars!”
Watch their full StufZ video review
Wander Dano said he’d seen StufZ advertised on television and had friends who had used the StufZ burger press so he decided to try StufZ for himself and he shared his StufZ review on his YouTube channel.
After reading the provided instructions “Dano” decided to use his StufZ burger press to create a hamburger with ground beef, turkey bacon, onions, mushrooms, garlic, and habanero cheese and another with ground chicken, ham strips, Swiss cheese, onions, mushrooms, and garlic.
He put all his burgers on the grill and cooked them to his pleasure. “Those look good,” Dano says as he pulled them off. He then cut them in half to see how the StufZ did. “You can look into them and see the good stuff” he declares.
He “highly recommends” StufZ!
Watch Wander Dano’s full StufZ review
Adria Ali (of Fit Tip Daily) is a personal trainer who has “dedicated her life to changing people’s perception of fitness…”
In a recent post for her “Low Carb Monday” series Ali provides a recipe for stuffed turkey burgers and she discusses how StufZ helped to make these low-carb treats. “I decided to get a bit crafty and try out this recipe for stuffed turkey burgers” says Ali. “I used my own low carb recipe for the filling and a cool new gadget to stuff the burgers….StufZ.”
After sharing the recipe and the steps involving her StufZ burger press Ali says she ended up with 7 huge stuffed turkey burgers. “They were SO FILLING that I only really needed to eat half of one,” she adds. “They made for a quick snack before the gym….”
Read her full StufZ review
Popular YouTube reviewer, JD Nitro, has turned his attention towards a StufZ review. He begins by showing his viewers the StufZ packaging and StufZ instructions and he then decides to create a StufZ stuffed burger with Swiss cheese and mushrooms.
After cooking his burger he shares his overall opinions about the StufZ burger press performed. “It does work,” he says. He also notes how he appreciates how easy it is to clean the StufZ. “The whole thing comes apart,” he points out.
“The bottom line for the StufZ burger presser, it gets an 8 out of 10,” JD Nitro concludes. “It’s a definite buy!”
Watch the full StufZ review from JD Nitro
CBS station, KDKA (Pittsburg, PA), reviewed the StufZ burger press for their “Does it Really Do That?” series with Jennifer Antkowiak.
Antkowiak asked Dee Quinn (of Monroeville,PA) and her kids to help her with the StufZ review. “We definitely have burgers, maybe once a week…. I think this could be a real game-changer,” Quinn said.
Dee’s daughter, Annie, placed some ground beef into their StufZ. She then closed the StufZ lid and latch to lock, and pushed the handle down to form a pocket. “Oh, there we go” exclaims Dee. “That looks nice!” There was an even, deep pocket in the meat patty.
Annie and Dee then load up the pocket with bacon and cheddar cheese, they used StufZ to create a meat top, and then they were ready to grill. They watch as their stuffed burger cooked nicely on the grill and did not fall apart. Then they were ready to taste and Dee’s son, Patrick, was eager to go first and was happy with his StufZ stuffed burger! The Quinn family gave StufZ “thumbs up” all around!
Watch the full StufZ review from KDKA
In a recent post for her self-titled blog, Nana Roberta noticed how her husband kept eyeing StufZ in the store and she decided it was time for them to try out StufZ.
They decided to use their StufZ burger press to create pepper jack cheese, bacon, and grilled onions stuffed burgers with a ranch dressing mix. “The Stufz hamburger stuffer is an awesome item” Nana reports. “We had a get time stuffing and cooking the hamburgers. It was not a lengthy process. It took about 20 mins to make four stuffed burger[s]….”
Their StufZ stuffed burgers “were BOMB,” declares Nana.
Read more about Nana’s StufZ review
Crystal – of Finding Crystal – is a self-proclaimed “food loving, product reviewing, personal story telling Southern housewife” and she recently told her story about reviewing StufZ.
Crystal discussed the experiences she, and her husband Michael, first had with StufZ. Using various Crystal shows how StufZ is used to create the perfect stuffed burger. She also listed a number of tips she felt people she use when using StufZ.
Crystal concludes her StufZ review by noting the numerous possibilities that could be created with StufZ and says: “It would be great for a party. You could set up a burger bar, whatever a person wanted loaded into their burger, and then grilled. You could also use ground chicken or ground turkey to make healthy sandwiches. The possibilities are truly endless.”
Read Crystal’s full StufZ review
Seth Agranov is the author of the Best Memphis Burger blog and co-founder of the Best Memphis Burger Festival. Agranov was asked by Action News 5 to assist them in their StufZ review earlier this year and Agranov discussed his experiences with the StufZ burger press further on his own blog.
“Andy decided to take three of their signature menu burgers and instead of putting the different toppings on the burgers, we’d used the StufZ to stuff them inside” Agranov begins “Andy chose the Beetle’s Mushroom and Swiss, Bacon Black and Tiger Blue, and Big Kahuna burgers.”
The men then tasted their stuffed burger creations, he reports, and then Agranov offers his final thoughts on StufZ. “…the question of ‘Andy, Will it Work?’ has been answered, with an emphatic YES….My overall opinion is it’s a handy little device that makes stuffing a burger relatively easy….”
Read more about Agranov’s experiences with StufZ
Former New England Patriots tight end, Jermaine Wiggens, tested out StufZ and grilled his burgers alongside Leslie Gaydos from NECN in a recent “Does It Work?” segment.
A burger stuffed with bleu cheese was created while using StufZ and coined, “The Wiggie.” A second recipe was used filling the burger with onions and cheese – it remained unnamed, emphasizing Jermaine’s preference.
So, how did the StufZ burgers taste and hold up? The one word response from Jermaine spoke volumes, “Touchdown!”
Read the StufZ review from NECN