5 Homemade Vegan Burgers plus two classic sandwiches to make on the stove.
Summer is about easy, light, carefree, and sizzling food. The sound of a delicious burger after it’s set on a hot grill is so enticing. And who doesn’t like the look of those grill marks covering the crisp tops of a big and flavorful veggie burger? It’s so hard to resist, and I want you to take full advantage of the dog days of summer with this collection of yummy vegan burger recipes, with a few other sandwich recipes thrown in for good measure. Click the colored titles to go to the recipes.
This Portobello mushroom burger recipe is one of my favorites because it’s so meaty and satisfying, especially when you add a thick melty layer of vegan mozzarella cheese and a slice of juicy tomato on top. This recipe is special because the mushrooms are marinated in red wine, savory spices, and minced garlic and red onion.
Black beans, quinoa, bell peppers, red onion, and spices that come together in one fantastic veggie burger. Packed with plant protein and color, this is a black bean burger that will please everyone at your table.
The color of these gorgeous burgers will draw you in and the flavor will keep you wanting more. The texture of the rice makes these Asian inspired burgers nice and chewy. You’re going to love these babies.
Cauliflower is king, especially when it becomes the perfect sloppy Joe. The texture of finely chopped cauliflower is so much like ground meat that it’s almost scary. Smothered in a flavorful tomato sauce with Beyond Meat Crumbles, this vegan cauliflower sloppy Joe will satisfy the most discerning meat eater.
If you love hummus you’re going to love these vegan hummus burgers. Made with the ingredients you’d find in classic hummus, these burgers are delicious and so easy to make.
Don’t let the color of these incredible beet burgers scare you. They may look like real burgers, but they’re not. Red beets give them a beautiful and vibrant color that stays bright during the cooking process. The texture is nice and firm, thanks to the aquafaba (bean juice) that holds them together, and they taste amazing!
If you haven’t tried these yet, you need to. These BBQ carrots are one of the most popular recipes on the blog, and for good reason. They’re delicious and easy, and perfect for your next picnic!
AND TO GO WITH YOUR BURGERS AND BBQ………
Spicy and crispy on the outside without using oil! You have to try these easy home fries soon, you’ll be happy that you did.
Sweet potatoes and a blend of Cuban spices. Enough said.
Which one will you make first?
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