First things first, THIS IS NOT MY RECIPE! I found this recipe online months ago and have been wanting to make it ever since. The recipe is from Maddie Lymburner, a Canadian vegan YouTuber who makes delicious recipes! So after wanting to try out this recipe for the last 7 months, I finally did it. In my opinion, this is the best veggie burger recipe you will ever make.
It is SO easy.
I was nervous at first that it would be a difficult recipe to make, but actually, it was the opposite. This recipe is so easy to make. I don’t think I’ll need to use the recipe next time I make it since it was just that easy.
Even Scott, a meat eater, loved these burgers. So yay! I now have a “go-to” veggie burger recipe!
Sweet Potato Black Bean Burgers
- 2 cups mashed sweet potato
- 1/2 cup oats ground up so almost like a flour
- 1.5 cups cooked brown rice
- 1/2 can mashed black beans
- 2 tsp cumin
- 1 tsp paprika
- 1 tsp garlic powder
- 1 tsp maple syrup
- 2 tbsp nutritional yeast
- salt & pepper to taste
Mash black beans in a large mixing bowl.
Add rest of ingredients to bowl.
Mix well with hands.
Measure out patties in 1/4 cup. Or size to your buns.
Bake at 375 for 30 minutes, flipping half way through.
Top with your desired topping and enjoy!
As you can see, these burgers are vegan. I ended up adding non-vegan mayo (I’m addicted, but plan to try vegan mayo soon, I’ve heard great things!), but if you want to keep the burgers vegan, just eat them as is.
I added the link to Maddie’s video up above, just click on her name, if you want to follow along with the video she made while making these.
Seriously, how easy are these burgers?!
The toppings I added were red onion, lettuce, ketchup, mayo, and I roasted some tomato slices. I hate raw tomatoes on burgers, but warmed up? Delicious!
I can tell you right now that this is a recipe I will be remaking over and over. You can have them as burgers, put them on a sandwich, a salad, a wrap, or even just on their own. They are so versatile.
Something Scott and I kept commenting on is just how filling they were. We were full up for hours afterwards.
Do you have a go-to veggie burger recipe?
Would you give these a try?