I am not sure these even need an introduction! Hamburgers, hotdogs, and pineapples all stacked between two Hawaiian buns equals one crazy delicious Maui Wowi Burger.


I am a BBQ fanatic, it is so easy, way less clean up and makes everything taste amazing. Now I know not everyone has a BBQ, so these Maui Wowi Burgers can also be made right on your stovetop in a grill pan as well, I wouldn’t leave you hangin and trust me, you are going to want to try these.

My husband and I had these for the first time when we celebrated our one year wedding anniversary last December in Maui. We were on a snuba excursion and the captain of our boat made these for us for lunch. WOW! I would have never thought the combination of a hamburger, hotdog, and pineapple would be such perfection. I couldn’t believe the look on my husbands face when he started eating, he could hardly speak. So lucky for him I made my own version of Maui Wowi Burgers back at home, and minus the amazing scenery, tropical fish, and being surrounded by sea turtles these Maui Wowi Burgers turned out just as good as we remembered them.


I made two different versions of them, because I know not everyone likes beef. The turkey and chicken sausage Maui Wowi Burgers were every bit as juicy and mouthwatering as the beef. So come on, lets throw on our grass skirts and get this luau started Maui Wowi Burger style! MAHALO. xoxo


Maui Wowi Burgers
Serves 6
An amazing hamburger-hotdog combination with a tropical twist.
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Prep Time
10 min
Cook Time
15 min
Total Time
25 min
Prep Time
10 min
Cook Time
15 min
Total Time
25 min
  1. One package sirloin hamburger patties ( 6 patties)
  2. One package turkey patties ( I used Lean Jennie-O)
  3. One package chicken sausages, hotdogs, or bratwurst cut in half vertically
  4. One package Kings Hawaiian Sweet hamburger buns (6 buns)
  5. 6 slices fresh pineapple
condiments of choice
  1. ketchup
  2. mustard
  3. relish
  1. Pre-Heat grill
  2. Spray with non-stick grill spray
  3. BBQ all meat until no longer pink or desired degree of doneness and remove from grill
  4. Place pineapple on grill and cook on both sides for about 3 minutes (or nice grill marks appear)
  5. Place buns on grill and cook face down for approximately 3 minutes, just until slightly toasted.
  6. Dress bottom bun with desired condiments and stack; hamburger, hotdog, then pineapple and top with bun.
  7. Serve, Enjoy!
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