The 9 best veggie burger recipes

Looking at eat less meat? But do you lack inspiration for your meals? One thing that helps with the transition is cooking comforting, comforting family meals. The hamburgers without meat fall squarely into this category – with bread, condiments, sides, and even fries, you’ll be so excited to eat your meal that you won’t even miss the meat!

Here it is 9 veggie burger recipes to try without fail.

1. With beetroot

Beet burger

This recipe produces generous, colorful dumplings with carrots, chickpeas, flaxseeds and beets. Find the vegan beetroot burger recipe here.

2. With nuts, mushrooms and blue cheese

blue cheese burger

Jennifer Pallian

Combining the flavors of mushrooms, nuts and blue cheese, this deluxe veggie burger is sure to please! Discover our recipe for this veggie burger.

3. With portobello mushrooms

Portobello burger with tomato, lettuce and avocado

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It may not be a hamburger, but the pleasure of eating this cheeseburger will be as great (and maybe even more!) than if it were a traditional hamburger. Check out our spicy portobello cheeseburger recipe.

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4. Oats

Oatmeal and lentil burger with ciabatta bread

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Totally perfect if you don’t have much in your closet; these dumplings are made with oatmeal and lentils and can be made in minutes!

5. Lentils


Canned lentils, an egg and breadcrumbs. It’s the simple base of this protein burger! Serve with a spicy mayonnaise. Find the hamburger recipe here.

6. Quinoa

quinoa lentil mushroom

A delicious recipe that combines quinoa with lentils and mushrooms. Very tasty!

Other quinoa cooking ideas: 7 quinoa salads = a week of quick and easy dinners

7. With black beans

Packet of rosemary

Of the veggie burgers, bean patties are probably the most similar to meat in terms of taste and texture. An essential recipe!

Also read: 10 quick dinners with canned vegetables

8. With leeks

Marie-Eve Laforte

Perfect croquettes, with quinoa and a fantastic crispy leek filling! Check out the recipe for the perfect leek meatballs for your burger sliders.

9. Falafel style

But yes, of course you can make falafel (that is, croquettes with chickpea flour) more flattened than round. This burger would be perfect on a pita or naan bun. Find the pancake recipe here.

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