This easy trick helps you eat a burger without any toppings or sauces spilling out

Ellie Conley
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A good burger has all the fixings — melty cheesy, lettuce, tomato, onion, pickles, ketchup and mustard. But sometimes these yummy toppings spill out when you take a bite. If you want to keep all that goodness in your burger rather than on your shirt, you have two options. Either add less toppings (the horror!) or get these silicone sandwich bowls.

These flexible bowls by My Burger Buddy are a truly genius hack. Simply place a burger inside, pick it up and eat.

Shop: My Burger Buddy Sandwich Bowls, Pack Of 4, $24.95

Credit: The Grommett
Credit: The Grommett

When you get a burger from Shack Shack or In-and-Out, there’s paper holding it together. These bowls are like that paper — except they are silicone, so you can wash them in the dishwasher and reuse them.

The sandwich bowls are heat-resistant up to 450 degrees Fahrenheit, which means they’re safe to put food straight from the grill in or use in the microwave. You can also use the bowls for sauces and sides, or if you prefer to eat your burger sans bun. Plus, they have a square base, so you can put your burger down without it toppling over.

The My Burger Buddy sandwich bowls are sold in a set of four for just under $25 on The Grommet. (FYI The Grommet is a retailer that sells products by small brands and businesses.)

“I love it,” wrote one reviewer. “I use it at home and in the car. My husband thinks it’s silly, but I have clean hands and he’s having to wipe with a napkin all the time. It may seem silly, but it’s inexpensive — and why not?”

Save your shirts! Before you eat your next burger, you can either get an incredible stain remover and cross your fingers, or get a set of silicone sandwich bowls.

If you have more of a hankering for tacos, check out this recipe for making a Taco Bell Crunchwrap Supreme at home.

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