This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Culver’s. The opinions and text are all mine.
National Hamburger Month is coming here! I know we will definitely be celebrating on May 28th. I love finding little impromptu holidays to celebrate throughout the year – the kids just love it. Here are a few fun things to do with your kids for National Hamburger Day and National Hamburger Month.
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1. Take your family out for a ButterBurger.
Culvers is always my favorite place to get burgers because it’s fresh. They don’t cook it until you order it, it literally never hits the grill until it’s been ordered. And they use 100% Midwest beef and it’s never, ever frozen that is pressed and seared to lock in the juices. It’s a seriously good burger.
They’re called “ButterBurgers” because they lightly butter the crown of the bun. Yum!
2. Make a paper plate hamburger craft with the kids.
A little paint, a paper plate and markers and you can make this giant hamburger craft.
3. Make hamburger macaroon cookies.
How fun are these little hamburger cookies? You can even make little mini “french fry” cookies to go along.
4. Paint your nails like burgers!
If you’re feeling extra crafty and festive, you can go all out and make your fingernails look like tiny little burgers.
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And if you need any more reasons to head to Culvers for a fresh burger and a chance to win some cash, don’t forget about the frozen custard. This is my kids favorite part, for sure!
Happy National Hamburger Day and good luck!
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