Quick ‘N Eat Flame-Grilled Angus Beef & Turkey Patties

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After receiving an email asking if I’d like to try Quick ‘N Eat flame-grilled patties, I was at a burger crossroads. Number one, I don’t usually respond to anyone asking me to try their products, but I was intrigued.

I avoid frozen burgers like the plague, but I have enjoyed, on occasion, one here and there. White Castle Sliders come to mind, but those things are tiny and more of an afternoon or midnight snack.

The Quick ‘N Eat line is available in 3 oz. and 4 oz. Angus beef patties and 3 oz. turkey patties. They’ll be launching a bacon and cheese patty version early next year.

Quick 'N Eat Quarter-Pound Angus Burgers Bag
Quick ‘N Eat Quarter-Pound Angus Burgers Bag
Quick 'N Eat Half-Pound Angus Burgers Bag
Half-Pound Angus Burgers Bag
Quick 'N Eat Turkey Burgers Bag
Turkey Burgers Bag

There are only five ingredients in the beef (beef, water, spices, salt, & natural flavoring) and six in the turkey (turkey, salt, mustard, spices, natural flavors & garlic powder). They come frozen in resealable bags but are ready to eat after just two minutes in the microwave.

The Quick ‘N Eat packaging mentions that you can heat them in the oven or even throw them on a chargrill or flattop. But that kind of defeats the purpose when they’re already fully cooked.

Plus, if I’m buying this product, it’s cause I want something that can be ready to go quickly.

The Burger Moment of Truth

First, I attempted to cook one of the quarter-pound beef and one turkey patty in an air fryer. Save yourself the trouble, don’t do it. Microwaving these is hands down the best heating method.

Quick 'N Eat Frozen Quarter Pound & Turkey Burgers
Quick ‘N Eat Frozen Quarter Pound & Turkey Burgers in my Air Fryer

The half-pounder did take a little bit longer to be the right temp for me, but overall we’re talking they took in the 2 to 3-minute range. The beef was juicier, but that’s to be expected since turkey patties aren’t exactly known for always being succulent.

Half Pound Burger Open Face by Quick 'N Eat
Half Pound Burger Open Face
Quarter Pound Burger Open Face by Quick 'N Eat
Quarter Pound Burger Open Face
Turkey Burger Open Face by Quick 'N Eat
Turkey Burger Open Face

My parents were my co-taste testers. Pops toasted the buns lightly, and we let the American cheese do its own thing and melt.

They both loved the beef patties. However, we all agreed that the quarter-pounder was the real winner, and now I can see a possible double soon.

Quick 'N Eat Quarter-Pound Burger
Quick ‘N Eat Quarter-Pound Burger
Quick 'N Eat Half-Pound Burger
Quick ‘N Eat Half-Pound Burger

Please notice the beef burgers received the Burger Beast plate treatment. Sorry, but there is no such thing as a turkey burger. Alright, enough burger preaching from me!

Quick ‘N Eat burgers get a big thumbs up from me. I like them so much; they have a space in my freezer designated just for them.

Where to find Quick ‘N Eat Burgers?

Until recently, they were primarily available in Costco, Sam’s Club, and some regional supermarkets like Albertsons, Woodman’s Markets, and Giant Eagle. Quick ‘N Eat is now available at Walmart about a month ago.

The Walmart Neighborhood Market nearest to me never seems to have any. It’s OK, though, cause Sam’s Club sells a three lb. pound box that brings 12 quarter pounders.

You might also want to check out the website for some recipes.

Quick ‘ N Eat Burgers NO MORE

Quick 'N Eat! is No More
Quick ‘N Eat! is No More

In July 2022, Quick ‘N Eat! quietly updated its website and announced that it had made its last flame-grilled patties. It makes sense cause for the previous few months, it had been challenging to find any.

Yet, I think there is a solution. One of the Walmart brands, Marketside, sells individual microwaveable Angus cheeseburgers ($3), double cheeseburgers ($4), and bacon cheeseburgers ($3.50) that come on a sesame seed bun.

If I were a betting man, I’d say these are the same burger patties. Go ahead and try them and let me know,

Walmart Marketside Burgers + Great Value Cheeseburger 4 Pack
Walmart Marketside Flame Grilled Angus Cheeseburger, Angus Double Cheeseburger & Angus Bacon Cheeseburger + Great Value Cheeseburger Flame Broiled 4 Pack

Also, there’s a Great Value Cheeseburger 4-pack ($6.38) which is a good burger too!

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6 thoughts on “Quick ‘N Eat Flame-Grilled Angus Beef & Turkey Patties”

  1. ugh… just thought the box had different graphics… these Don Lee Farms are horrible compared to Quick and Ready. This has been a staple in my diet for years. This sucks!

  2. Quick N’ Eat from CostCo were subbed to ‘Don Lee Farms’, for the last three months, Aug 22, Sept 22, Oct 22, Nov 22. Now Don Lee Farms has been discontinued. Don Lee in my opinion was inferior to Quick N’ Eat in taste test as Don Lee tasted like a vegetarian substitute. CostCo has put both on ‘Do not continue to stock’ basis. Huge MISTAKE. ITEM 1687985. The Frozen Angus Quick ‘N Eat was the better tasting burger than 99% of what was available to the discriminating consumer… They will be missed.

  3. Quick-N-Eat were Really the Best Burgers Ever! 🙂 🙂 Thanks, Burger Beast for Your review! Sad they are ‘no more’ Maybe, they may come back some day 🙂 Will follow your site for future Goodies 🙂

  4. Walmart and Sam’s Club have discontiued these. Apparently they were too popular and were taking sales away from the inferior Sam’s Choise Angus Burgers.


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