It’s Veggie Burger Season

The longer days are upon us and burgers are the perfect summer meal. Homemade veggie burgers are so full of fiber, you’ll be full, but not heavy. Add in the juicy summer tomato slices, crispy pickles, and creamy avocado and the humble veggie burger transforms to the most satisfying summer meal. Most of these recipes are grill and freezer friendly, so you are ready for the last minute bbq at home.

I’m always on the lookout to try new homemade veggie burger recipes. Veggie burgers are usually loaded with veggies, legumes, and spices, and then, you add all the delicious toppings like avocado, onions, pickles and tomatoes and the variety of plant-based foods is sky-high. I can just picture all the little gut microbes doing a happy dance.

I’ve rounded up 9 excellent veggie burger recipes just in time for summer! Freeze the extra patties and you are ready for a perfect summery meal. Don’t forget to freeze buns with the burgers so you are all ready for that last minute dinner.

 

 

Favorite Homemade Veggie Burger by Cookieandkate.com

Favorite Veggie Burger by CookieandKate.com

“Favorite Veggie Burger”

The cooks over at CookieandKate.com developed this is a recipe for eight delicious veggie burgers that are vegan, gluten-free, and nut-free! The burgers are made with clean ingredients like sweet potatoes, quinoa, black beans, and oats. They can be baked, grilled, or cooked on the stovetop. Leftovers can be frozen for up to three months.

Veggie Burger

This veggie burger recipe by chocolatecoveredkatie.com is vegan. Made with fiber-filled pinto or black beans and veggies spices. The burgers can be baked, fried, or grilled, and leftovers can be frozen .

“Best Veggie Burger We Ever Made” Recipe

Make this veggie burger recipe with veggies, beans, nuts, rice and egg. Removing excess moisture is the key to making these burgers. (by inspiredtaste.net)

Houston’s Veggie Burger

This is a recipe for a homemade veggie burger that’s said to be loved by meat-eaters. It’s made with beans, oats, brown rice, beets, and BBQ Sauce. The recipe suggests freezing the patties for 30 minutes before cooking them.

“Best Veggie Burger”

Described as savory, hearty and grillable, these veggie burgers are made with mushrooms, beans, wanuts, and aromatics from loveandlemon.com

“Veggie Burgers”

This homemade veggie burger is a “veggie burger made for a carnivore by a carnivores.” Despite the description, this veggie burger looks excellent and is made with beans, shredded carrots and mushrooms.

“Best No Bean Veggie Burger”

This homemade bean-free vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free veggie burger from healthfulblondie.com is made with brown rice, peas, carrots and mushrooms.

‘The Best “Vegan” Burger’

This homemade Veggie Burger mocks the flavor of “real beef”and is gluten-free, soy-free and made with 10 ingredients, including caramelized onions, miso, cashews, oat flour and brown rice.

Best Veggie Burger Recipe

Detoxinista.com’s Best Veggie Burger Recipe is full of mushrooms, roasted red peppers, black beans, walnuts and aromatics. No eggs and no flour in this homemade recipe.

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