Not even meat-lovers will be able to resist!
Burgers are an American classic. Whether grilled at an outdoor summer barbecue or ordered at an old-style dinner, burgers are associated with fun family times. But the best burgers are always homemade. Homemade burgers are juicy, made with high-quality ingredients, and customized to everyone’s liking.
Still, traditional burgers don’t fit every diet. And while delicious, they’re not exactly known for their health benefits. But it doesn’t have to be that way! We’ve put together a list of 10 Meatless Burger Recipes. These vegetarian burgers are so good, even meat-lovers will gobble them up!
Forget fatty ground meat that slacks in the nutritional department! Superfoods quinoa and mushroom team up in this recipe to give these veggie burgers a nutty, meaty texture while carrying a boatload of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. One bite of this hearty burger will make you think you’re indulging, but we promise your waistline will thank you!
Curry is one of the tastiest, healthiest spice mixes available. It’s made with turmeric, a spice with amazing health benefits – including anti-inflammatory properties. Coupled with the fiber and protein in garbanzo beans, this curry burger is a nutritional powerhouse!
We love portobello mushrooms for their meaty texture and juicy finish. They sub in beautifully for conventional burgers, and taste downright delicious when dressed up with spices, some veggies, and a mouthwatering marinade. Your taste buds will go wild over this bomb-tasting burger!
Crisp, flavorful cakes make the perfect burger sub-in if you’re craving something a little lighter. These delectable delights pack a healthy dose of protein and vitamins, while calling for a spectrum of colorful veggies your body will thank you for.
A little lighter than your ordinary burger, these patties are packed with fresh herbs, feta cheese, and nutty quinoa. Featuring delicious kale and quinoa, these protein-packed mini meals taste great by themselves or tucked in a bun!
These delicious and healthy burgers can also be made into meatballs and frozen for later. With zero saturated fat and 11 grams of lean protein, go ahead and indulge!
For a lighter option, try these smaller veggie burgers. Each patty contains an impressive 15 grams of protein.
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