Health coach Bec Hardgrave shares how to make a delicious sushi burger in a viral TikTok clip – Daily Mail


How to make a SUSHI burger: Health coach shares her secret six-ingredient recipe that’s perfect for office lunches

  • Health coach Bec Hardgrave has shared her recipe for a ‘delicious’ sushi burger
  • The Brisbane foodie demonstrated the method in a clip to TikTok and Instagram 
  • She layered fried egg, tuna, avocado, mayo and rice in a seaweed sheet bun

A health coach has shared her inventive recipe for a homemade sushi burger using seaweed instead of buns. 

Bec Hardgrave, from Brisbane, was inspired to make the sushi burger after seeing a similar recipe online and posted her results in a video to her popular TikTok and Instagram pages.

The ‘delicious’ burger with fried egg, tuna, avocado and rice wrapped in sushi nori is only 454 calories and high in protein. 

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Bec Hardgrave (pictured right), from Brisbane, shared her easy recipe for a homemade sushi burger in a video posted to her popular TikTok and Instagram pages

Bec Hardgrave (pictured right), from Brisbane, shared her easy recipe for a homemade sushi burger in a video posted to her popular TikTok and Instagram pages

The 'delicious' burger with fried egg, tuna, avocado and rice wrapped in sushi nori is only 454 calories and high in protein

The ‘delicious’ burger with fried egg, tuna, avocado and rice wrapped in sushi nori is only 454 calories and high in protein

The foodie starts by whisking an egg and cooking it on a hot fry pan in a burger-sized shape. 

She then layers leftover rice, tuna mixed with mayonnaise, sliced avocado and cooked egg onto a sheet of seaweed. 

Bec cuts another sheet of seaweed in half, placed a half on top of her burger and folds it up to make a neat package. 

To keep it all together, the fitness coach then wraps the burger tightly in aluminium foil and places it in the fridge for 30 minutes. 

She layers leftover rice, tuna mixed with mayonnaise, sliced avocado and cooked egg onto a sheet of seaweed

Bec cuts another sheet of seaweed in half, placed a half on top of her burger

She layers leftover rice, tuna mixed with mayonnaise, sliced avocado and cooked egg onto a sheet of seaweed 

She folds the burger into a neat package

To keep it all together, the fitness coach then wraps the burger tightly in aluminium foil and places it in the fridge for 30 minutes

To keep it all together, the fitness coach then wraps the burger tightly in aluminium foil and places it in the fridge for 30 minutes

After half an hour, Bec served her burger up with some soy sauce to dip in. 

She said the burger contains 28grams of protein, 43grams of carbs and only 19grams of fat.  

Bec’s video quickly went viral and wowed many of her 98,700 followers in the comments. 

‘BRB GONNA MAKE SOME,’ one fan exclaimed and another wrote: ‘That actually looks so good omg’. 

‘That’s AMAZINGGGGGG. I’m making this asap,’ a third commented. 

Previously, Bec impressed her followers with a three-ingredient Tim Tams recipe that only takes 15 minutes. 

Aussie fitness coach Bec Hardgrave (pictured) shared how to make Tim Tam-inspired treats at home

The recipe only requires three ingredients - Biscoff biscuits, Biscoff spread and melted chocolate

Bec previously shared how to make Tim Tam-inspired treats at home using just three ingredients

She made the ‘Biscoff Tim Tams’ using just biscuits, Biscoff spread and melted chocolate. 

The end result looked exactly like an Arnott’s Tim Tam – a chocolate biscuit beloved by Aussies.  

‘This and a hot chocolate at night is my favourite dessert!! Trust me you won’t regret it,’ Bec wrote on Instagram. 

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To make the chocolate-covered biscuits, she first added a layer of Biscoff spread between two Biscoff biscuits then melted 15g of baking choc chips

Next, she dunked the biscuit sandwich into the chocolate then placed each one on tray and left it to set in the fridge for 15 minutes

To make the chocolate-covered biscuits, she first added a layer of Biscoff spread between two Biscoff biscuits then melted 15g of baking choc chips. Next, she dunked the biscuit sandwich into the chocolate then placed each one on tray and left it to set in the fridge for 15 minutes

  ‘When the shops aren’t selling it yet, you make it at home,’ Bec said in the Instagram video. 

To make the chocolate-covered biscuits, she first added a layer of Biscoff spread between two Biscoff biscuits and melted 15g of baking choc chips. 

The end result looked exactly like an Arnott's Tim Tam (pictured)

The end result looked exactly like an Arnott’s Tim Tam (pictured)

Next, she dunked the biscuit sandwich into the chocolate, then placed each one on  tray and left it to set in the fridge for 15 minutes.

The easy-to-follow recipe would be a perfect weekend activity to do with kids and makes for a quick go-to snack. 

While Bec encourages healthy food habits, she also promotes allowing yourself to enjoy chocolate and satisfy cravings. 

She supports ‘a diet plan that allows you to eat include favourite foods as well as nutritious meals’. 

Each homemade Tim Tam contains a mere 210 calories with 27g of carbs and 11g of fat. 

The video, also shared on TikTok. has since gone viral and been viewed more than 150,000 times. 

‘Cant wait to try this,’ one person wrote, another added: ‘This is GENIUS’. 

A third said the snack could easily become vegan-friendly by swapping out the centre Biscoff spread for an alternative.  

How to make Tim Tams at home:

Ingredients: 

2 x Biscoff biscuits

10g Biscoff spread

15g melted baking choc chips 

Method: 

Add the Biscoff spread between two Biscoff biscuits 

Melt the baking chocolate chips  

Dunk the biscuit sandwich into the bowl of melted chocolate   

Set in the freezer for 15 minutes and enjoy

Source: Bec Hardgrave

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