Cheesy Enchilada Hamburger Helper Stuffed Peppers

When it comes to weeknight meals, the easier the better. To make a quick dinner recipe, I’m not ashamed to say that I take a lot of help from the store. Many times, that help is Hamburger Helper. But I also like to make it my own, like these Cheesy Enchilada Hamburger Helper Stuffed Peppers.

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My family is quite familiar with Hamburger Helper. Not only is Helper a great solution for hectic nights when you need to get dinner on the table fast, but it also helps stretch a dollar.

What I appreciate about Hamburger Helper is that it’s a one pan meal, so cleanup is easy as well. But sometimes I like to mix it up and find other uses for our Hamburger Helper. Like these Cheesy Enchilada Hamburger Helper Stuffed Peppers. I love stuffed peppers and this is a fast way to get them on the table!

Prepare the Cheesy Enchilada Hamburger Helper as directed on the box, though I omitted the sauce you top it with at the end. Take 4 medium-large peppers. Cut off the tops, then remove the seeds and membranes. Once the Cheesy Enchilada is cooked, stuff in each pepper. Top with cheese and bake until peppers are tender.

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So 1 pan and 1 baking dish. That’s still easy!

Hamburger Helper Cheesy Enchilada Stuffed Peppers

Hamburger Helper Cheesy Enchilada Stuffed Peppers

Yield: 4
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 40 minutes
Total Time: 45 minutes

An easy way of fixing stuffed pepper on a weeknight with Hamburger Helper.


  • 1 box Hamburger Helper Cheesy Enchilada
  • milk and water as stated on box
  • 1 lb. ground beef
  • 4 large red and orange peppers
  • 1 cup cheese


  1. Brown the ground beef and prepare Cheesy Enchilada as directed on box.
  2. While the Hamburger Helper is cooking, preheat oven to 350. Cut off tops of each pepper and remove seeds and the membranes.
  3. When Cheesy Enchilada is cooked, spoon mixture into each pepper. Top each with cheese.
  4. Bake for 15-20 minutes or until cheese is melted and peppers are tender.

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  1. We lived on Hamburger Helper when I was a kid. I don’t serve it as often as my kids would like, but it’s time to fix that! This looks insanely amazing.

  2. Those look amazing! My hubby is a huge Hamburger Helper fan but I had never thought to make anything else with them! I can’t wait to try these out!

  3. I love this, what a great way to kick up a super quick meal! I have a couple boxes of Hamburger Helper for those nights when I just don’t have time. I’m going to try this!

  4. My kids and I LOVE Hamburger Helper (my husband – not so much). I love your idea of using it to stuff bell peppers – that’s a great idea. Thanks for sharing the info about the rebate – up to $8.06 in free meat? Yes, please!

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