We’re not sure it gets more indulgent than a Double Big Mac…with four burger patties, this new beauty stacks ultra-high, as does the fat content at 38g for the original. Well we like a challenge, and taking on this new addition to the McDonalds menu we’ve managed to reduce the fat content by over HALF to just 17g….and added a second slice of cheese that you don’t get in the original (because when did one slice adequately balance with four burger patties?!)
This isn’t one for the weekly meal planner…but it is a great high protein dinner idea if you are looking to cook up some indulgence, and avoid the drive-thru!

So what have we switched up?

Eatlean Slices – You asked, we answered…so here it is! Eatlean Lean Sliced cheese. 8x20g slices of 3% fat cheesy bliss! Do you want to enjoy a few cheesy burgers at the weekend without the calories? Absolutely! Fancy, a cheesy toastie for lunch, but watching your fat intake? No problem! Eatlean sliced cheese is the convenient way to add some delicious cheese to all your favourite low calorie lunch recipes, and best of all, it’ll only cost you half the calories of regular cheddar!


1 Big Mac

Serving Size

1 Big Mac


651 cal


Burger Bun (2 Bases Needed)

200g Low Fat Mince

Iceberg Lettuce

Sliced Pickle


1 TSP Mayo

1 TSP Mustard

1 TSP White Wine Vinegar

1 TSP Garlic Powder

1 TSP Paprika

1.5 TSP Onion Powder



Add 1tsp of onion powder to the mince and season well, dividing into four even amounts and shape into burger patties.


Pop the burgers into a frying pan in a little oil and cook through.


To make your burger sauce add the mayo, mustard, white wine vinegar, onion powder, garlic powder and paprika to a bowl and mix together well.


To assemble your burger start with the base of the bun, add the sauce, a little onion, the gherkins, the lettuce and top with two of the burgers with the cheese slice on top, repeat again and then top with the lid of the bun.

Nutritional Facts
1 Burger per serving
Serving Size1 Burger
Amount per serving