The Best Homemade Veggie Burger Recipe – Better Than Store-bought
How to make homemade veggie burgers that are hearty, flavorful and full of vegetables. These delicious vegetable-packed burgers are high in fiber (5 grams) and come in at just over 200 calories for one patty.
There’s no getting around the fact that vegetable burgers take more time than regular hamburgers, but they are well worth it (trust us). Nothing is difficult about the process, so stick with us. You can do this! Once you make the burger mixture, you can keep it in the fridge for 24 hours. Or you can form the patties, cook them and freeze up to three months (this is what we do).
If you don’t eat eggs/are vegan, you can leave the eggs out. The burgers won’t be quite as firm in the middle and might crumble a little more when flipping in the pan, but the flavor will still be great. We’ve also got a recipe test planned using flax or chia as a substitute for the eggs. We’ll keep everyone updated on that one. You can see all of our tips in the recipe on Inspired Taste.
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