Not Krystal, Not White Castle but Little Timmi Tim’s Plant-based Style Cheese Sliders

Do you like Original Krystal, Cheese Krystal or White Castle’s?

Do you prefer Krystal or White Castle?

It has been a long time since I had a Krystals.

Krystals was one of my favorite Fast-Food restaurants.

My husband decided to make his own version of Krystals and call it Little Timmi Tim’s plant-based style Cheese Sliders.

What kind of meat substitute did my husband use instead of beef?

            He replaced the beef with Impossible Ground with a Lentil chili mixture he created.

What kind of dairy free cheese did he use?

        He used the “Follow Your Heart Gouda Cheese” that is available at Publix in the produce section.

What kind of bread did he use?

            He used 2 packs of Sara Lee Artesano Bakery Rolls, 12 count, 18 oz for the buns which are made without eggs and milk.

When I bit into my Little Timmi Tim’s Plant-based Style Cheese Sliders, the taste of every ingredient that my husband used from the fresh onions, Follow Your Heart Smoked Gouda, and the Impossible Ground took me back to past love of those mouthwatering deliciousness of those Krystals.

While eating the Little Timmi Tim’s, I recalled the Lay’s commercial, you cannot eat just one.

Just like the Lay’s commercial, I could not eat

just one of Little Timmi Tim’s Cheese Sliders because they are absolutely delicious!!!

If you would like to make these Little Timmi Tim’s Plant Based Cheese Sliders, here is the recipe minus the Lentil Chili recipe.

Little Timmi Tim’s Plant-based Style Cheese Sliders Recipe


1 pack of Follow Your Heart Smoked Gouda Cheese Slices (Cut into ¼ slices)

2 packs of Sara Lee Artesano Bakery Rolls 12 count

1 pack of Follow Your Heart Gouda Cheese Slices each slice cut into 4 triangles

2 packs of Impossible Ground (located in the meat section)

1 small onion (diced)

1 box of Onion Soup Mix (substitution for the Lentil chili recipe)

1 tbsp. Black pepper

1 tbsp. garlic powder



4oz. Olive oil and 2 tsp. minced garlic


1.Preheat Oven to 350 degrees

2. Slice the pack of Sara Lee Artesano Bakery Rolls in half to create a top and bottom bun placing the bottom buns in a large pan or cookie sheet. Set aside for now.

3. Mix the packs of Impossible Ground, Onion Soup Mix, black pepper and garlic powder in a large mixing bowl. Then, 1 or 2 tbsp full of the meat mixture form a ball placing into a hot skillet then press to flatten with hand or a nonstick cooking sprayed spatula.

4. Sear both sides of the burger patties then place on the bottom buns.

5. Add the tiny diced onions, cheese, and pickles & mustard (optional).

6. Now replace the top bun.

7. Blend the 4oz. Olive oil and 2 tsp. minced garlic then pour over the sliders.

8. Cover with aluminum foil and bake for 8 to 10 minutes

9. Serve with fries, tater tots or whatever sides you want. Enjoy!!!!

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My name is Denise. I am a wife and mother. I have homeschooled for a total of nine years. I enjoy homeschooling and sharing my advice with others. I have been married for a total of 15 years to my best friend, handsome, and supportive husband Tim. Besides being a wife, I am the mother to two smart, fun, loving, and handsome boys Tyron and Tyson. I am the mother to two fur babies my Cane Corso (Italian Mastiff) Ebony and Shaka Zulu. Along with being a wife and mother, I am a blogger and entrepreneur. My blog website is , and it is all about homeschooling, being plant based, and everyday life of a homeschool family. In addition, I have an online business called Deveghomemama Unlimited Custom Designs where I sell custom and handcrafted merchandise. If you would like to view my merchandise, here is the link If you would like to follow me on my social media outlet, they are Facebook and Instagram: Deveghomemama Facebook Business: Deveghomemama Unlimited Custom Designs. Recently, I opened an Etsy Store titled DeveghomemamaUCD where I sell handcrafted jewelry, natural bath and body gift baskets, wax melts, and apparel. Here is the direct link: