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- 1 Vegan Mega Burger with Seitan
- 2 BBQ Cauliflower and Chickpea Veggie Burgers
- 3 Vegan Lentil Burger
- 4 Quinoa Kale Veggie Burgers
- 5 Spicy Chickpea Burger With Coriander Mayo and Pickled Carrots
- 6 Smokey Sweet Potato and Black Bean Vegan Burger
- 7 Ultimate Grillable Vegan Patties
- 8 Amazing Beetroot and Lentil Burgers
- 9 Easy Bean Burger with Mustard Mayo
- 10 Vegan Quinoa and Kidney Bean Burgers
- 11 Super Sun Dried Tomato Chickpea Burgers
- 12 Chickpea and Mushroom Burger
- 13 Healthy Hawaiian Chickpea Veggie Burgers
- 14 Vegan Eggplant Pulled Pork Burger
- 15 Vegan Mushroom Burger
- 16 BBQ Black Bean and Jalapeño Burger
- 17 Plant-Based Black Bean Walnut Burger
- 18 Best Ever Beet and Bean Burger
- 19 Luscious Lentil, Nut, and Tempeh Burgers
- 20 Simple Maple Dijon Tofu Burgers
- 21 Thai Sweet Potato Veggie Burger With Spicy Peanut Sauce
- 22 Plant-Based Patty Perfection…Done!
- 23 Save this to Pinterest!
Looking for a vegan burger recipe to satisfy your cravings? Look no further, my friend.
I’ve put together a list of the most perfect plant-based patties to be found anywhere, and I just know you’re going to fall in love with them.
The only downside to this post is that you might find yourself eating burgers every night of the week. However, as these don’t contain any nasty saturated fat filled meat, maybe that’s not such a downside after all!
Let’s see who’s up first!
Vegan Mega Burger with Seitan
If you’re craving a vegan burger piled high with fresh, delicious toppings, Sandra from Vegan Sandra has you covered!
I’m not sure which looks tastier – the juicy seitan steaks or the amazing potato and carrot cheese sauce that is drizzled over the top. Stack the entire thing with fresh lettuce, pickles, and onions and you have one mouth watering mega burger bursting with flavor.
BBQ Cauliflower and Chickpea Veggie Burgers
Her name is Izzy and she likes food. Well, join the club, Izzy! I like food, too, and yours looks simply amazing.
The BBQ Cauliflower and Chickpea Burger almost had us drooling. It’s stacked high with creamy coleslaw, drizzled with tangy barbeque sauce, and perched on a vegan burger cooked to perfection. Run, don’t walk to She Likes Food to get this amazing recipe for yourself.
Vegan Lentil Burger
Florian from Contentedness Cooking may have the best Vegan Lentil Burger recipe that I’ve come across.
It consists of only four ingredients, so you know it isn’t complicated. The best part? All the ingredients are gluten-free, dairy-free, soy-free, and of course vegan. Smother with vegan ketchup and dive in!
With one bite of this burger, you’ll know that it’s not only good for you, it’s just plain good.
Quinoa Kale Veggie Burgers
Quinoa Kale Veggie Burgers. Need I say more? Yes? Okay.
This recipe is as tasty as it sounds. The spice alone is comprised of barbeque sauce, chili powder, and red pepper flakes so you know this recipe has a nice bite to it. Add in the kale, quinoa, cannelini beans, and the burgers will have you coming back for more.
Head over to The Glowing Fridge to find out what other amazing ingredients Shannon stuffs into this awesome burger.
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Spicy Chickpea Burger With Coriander Mayo and Pickled Carrots
The Spicy Chickpea Burger With Coriander Mayo and Pickled Carrots features so many unique ingredients, it’s hard to pick my favorite one.
Petra at Nutrition Meets Chef creates a true work of art with this recipe. The bright orange carrot curls on top of the creamy green coriander mayo make it look almost too good to eat. Almost!
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Smokey Sweet Potato and Black Bean Vegan Burger
What do you get when you mix black beans, arrowroot powder and sweet potatoes? An easy and delicious spicy burger that takes healthy food to a whole new level.
The Smokey Sweet Potato and Black Bean Burger is great for anyone looking for a spicy vegan burger recipe. Aimee at Wallflower Kitchen says this recipe is: egg-less, nut-free, soy-free, gluten-free, grain-free, dairy-free, and low fat!
Don’t be fooled by the common mentality that healthy means tasteless – this recipe will definitely prove you wrong!
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Ultimate Grillable Vegan Patties
Olive Magazine claims that their Black Bean Burger is a great addition to any barbeque – and I agree.
This vegan burger is slathered with chipotle mayo, pickled onions, and guacamole and will leave your taste buds saying “wow!” and your guests begging for more. Go try it.
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Amazing Beetroot and Lentil Burgers
Have you ever wanted to eat a purple burger? Yes? Well, here’s your chance!
The Amazing Beetroot and Lentil Burger lives up to its name – it’s amazing AND pretty. Louise-Claire pairs her colorful vegan patty with all the proper trimmings for one mouth watering burger. Head over to Poppy And The Bees now to get your purple burger fix.
Easy Bean Burger with Mustard Mayo
Can you spare 15 minutes and dedicate it to making one of the best burgers you’ve ever tasted? Yes, yes you can.
Kate from Veggie Desserts is going to walk you through her easy bean burger recipe and prove that fast food can be good food. Pair it up with her mustard mayo and you’ll definitely be happy you took the time to try this bean burger.
Vegan Quinoa and Kidney Bean Burgers
Lauren at Lauren Caris Cooks says that her quinoa and kidney bean burger is one that even meat lovers will love. I agree wholeheartedly…it is amazing!
Sprinkled with cumin, garlic, chili powder, and soy sauce, this vegan burger has just the right amount of spice and saltiness. Lauren tops her burger with fresh veggies to give it another kick of wholesome, healthy ingredients. Yum!
Super Sun Dried Tomato Chickpea Burgers
If you have ever wanted to try a burger made with ground-up almonds, this recipe is for you. Sarah at A Saucy Kitchen takes almonds, chickpeas, and sun dried tomatoes to create her amazing Sun Dried Tomato Chickpea Burgers.
The almonds give the right amount of texture to the burger and the sun dried tomatoes feel like they burst in your mouth. But don’t take my word for it – head over to Sarah’s blog and find out for yourself! You won’t be sorry.
Chickpea and Mushroom Burger
What gets better when put into burgers? Mushrooms, of course! Trinity from Trinity’s Kitchen takes mushrooms and chickpeas and turns them into a vegan burger that will have your taste buds begging for more.
With a combination of apples, rosemary, onions, and tomato, this recipe packs a flavor-filled punch. I know you can’t wait to try this, so hurry on over to TrinitysKitchen and start packing those burgers!
Healthy Hawaiian Chickpea Veggie Burgers
What’s better than a nice, tasty vegan burger? A nice, tasty Hawaiian vegan burger!
Emilie at Emilie Eats must be a culinary genius because her Hawaiian Chickpea Veggie Burgers have everything you could want from your patties. It features thick chunks of grilled pineapple, barbecue sauce, sliced avocado, and red onion on top of a grilled-to-perfection veggie burger.
Top it off with two grilled buns and you have yourself a piece of paradise – without having to travel to Hawaii to get it.
Vegan Eggplant Pulled Pork Burger
There aren’t many pulled “meat” vegan burger recipes available, but this one really hits the mark on simple AND delicious. Rhian takes grilled eggplant, shreds it up, and seasons it up to create her amazing Vegan Eggplant Pulled Pork burger.
Mix the eggplant with tangy barbecue sauce and top it with a big dollop of creamy coleslaw and you have one delectable burger that puts pulled pork to shame.
Head over to Rhian’s Recipes now to grab this recipe and her homemade barbecue recipe that pairs up with this burger for the perfect combo.
Vegan Mushroom Burger
The Vegan Mushroom Burger at Vegan Heaven is just that – vegan and heaven. Just looking at the finished product, I can’t think anything else but: texture.
The mushroom burger is crammed full of oats, chickpeas, mushrooms, and flax seeds. It all comes together for a thick, nicely textured burger bursting with flavor. Sina really knows what it takes to create the perfect mega vegan burger.
Top it with chunks of onions and tomatoes and give it even more of a crunchy bite. You’re going to love this one!
BBQ Black Bean and Jalapeño Burger
Jalapenos. Limes. Black Beans. Kate from The Veg Space took these three ingredients and made them into a masterpiece.
The BBQ Black Bean and Jalapeno burger will be a big hit at any barbecue and have your guests begging for the recipe. The best part is that the patties are made in a food processor, so it takes less time and it’s easy to make bulk amounts – which you’ll need once news of your vegan barbecue skills get out!
Plant-Based Black Bean Walnut Burger
It’s saucy. It’s sweet. It’s the Black Bean Walnut Burger that can’t be beat.
Traci at Vanilla And Bean definitely lives up to her word. This black bean burger is made out of crushed walnuts, oats, black beans, and a long list of sweet and spicy ingredients that come together for a drool-worthy dish.
The sweet and saucy onions are sautéed with Bourbon, Dijon mustard, maple syrup, and balsamic vinegar. Your taste buds aren’t going to know what hit them.
Best Ever Beet and Bean Burger
Who doesn’t love a burger that is as pretty as it tastes? Emma at The Kitchn has thrown together what she calls the Best Ever Beet and Bean Burger – and I’min total agreement with the name.
The beets and beans combine to form a bright purple burger that looks great and tastes wonderful. The addition of sautéed onions brings amazing depth of flavor, too, and the patties hold together extremely well, despite being egg-free. Go make these immediately!
Luscious Lentil, Nut, and Tempeh Burgers
Cassidy at Euphoric Vegan uses her cooking skills to create a truly unique vegan burger featuring tempeh, lentil, and nuts. A vegan holy trinity!
The ingredients blend together and make a crunchy, tasty burger that leaves you wanting more. See if you can pick out the hints of chestnut mushrooms, soy sauce, or the garlic cloves as you savor each bite. Delicious!
Simple Maple Dijon Tofu Burgers
The Simple Maple Dijon Tofu Burgers from Crazy Vegan Kitchen may be easy to make, but they are definitely not lacking on flavor.
This tofu burger recipe is designed to feed a lot of people, but if you have a small family you can always use them for leftovers – which is certainly nothing to complain about since these burgers are good no matter how often you eat them.
Amrita brings together tofu, walnuts, mushrooms, peppers, and much more to create these delicious patties and her Maple Dijon Mayonnaise is just magnificent.
Made with maple syrup, Dijon mustard, and vegan mayonnaise, it’s simple but beautiful. Add it to the burger along with your favorite toppings and get ready to pig out on awesomeness.
Thai Sweet Potato Veggie Burger With Spicy Peanut Sauce
Are you craving a vegan burger with a slight exotic kick to it? Then the Thai Sweet Potato Veggie Burger With Spicy Peanut Sauce is right up your alley.
Angela Lidden over at Oh She Glows has concocted a Thai-inspired burger that really hits the spot. The main ingredients are: sweet potatoes, peanuts, chickpeas, lime juice, and tamari mixed together to make the crisp, delicious patty.
Plant-Based Patty Perfection…Done!
There you go, 21 vegan burger recipes to keep you busy over the coming weeks and months. Every one of these are winners, in my opinion, so whichever one you decide to make first you won’t be disappointed.
Have a favourite veggie burger suitable for vegans that’s not on the list? Let me know about it in the comments below. I’d love to see what you’re making at home!
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Lisa Williams is a committed vegan, passionate animal welfare advocate, and keen follower of too many v-friendly food blogs to mention.
She started happyhappyvegan.com back in 2016 because she felt there was a need for more straightforward information on plant-based living. Back then, too many sites seem to either concentrate solely on recipes or be too intimidating or inaccessible for the v-curious and she wanted to change that. The landscape is certainly a whole lot different now!
Lisa lives in Sussex with her husband and their three-legged wonder dog, Mable.