I’ve been attempting to make beet burgers ever since my Mother introduced me for them a few years back. Whole Foods used to create this fantastic version full of crunchy walnuts, beets therefore much flavor; quite often we’d headscarf them straight down after our workout routines.

Sadly, I can’t appear to find exactly the same tasty beet burgers at any Chicago area Full Foods.

Last week my mind wandered to these beet burgers once again. Actually craving them more than peanut butter on the spoon. (In the event that you know me, then you understand that’s A LOT.) Therefore the adventure begun to attempt and create the very best beet burger on earth.

My version includes quinoa, times, walnuts (or pecans!), beets, spices and pigs feet so a lot more! It’s quite an odd combination of ingredients but I really like the way the quinoa crisps through to the exterior; the schedules sweeten the burger yet the spices give it nice flavor. Oh and that pepper jack cheese on top? Required.

I could try out a fresh GO VEGGIE cheese because of this recipe and am completely smitten. As you probably know, I am working with GO VEGGIE over the past two years but Pepper Jack simply so happens to be my absolute preferred flavor yet. It melts and likes just like the genuine deal. Winning on all accounts there.

Here are some helpful tips once you make veggie burgers:

Once you mix jointly the burger and form patties, they should feel firm and hold collectively. The mixture must not be as well moist or sticky. If it’s super sticky (sticks to the hands) add just a little oat flour or breadcrumbs. As you start to make veggie burgers more, you’ll discover how you greatest like your burgers and what you ought to add.

Because they are vegan burgers, you can flavor as you go. Taste and adjust seasoning to your liking!

Nice & Spicy Quinoa Beet Burgers with Mango & Sprouts

Calories from fat: 315

Fat: 16.5g

Prep period:

25 mins

Cook period:

15 mins

Total time:

40 mins


1 yellow onion, diced

4 large pitted Medjool times, finely chopped

1 cup walnuts or pecans, whatever you prefer

1/2 teaspoon ocean salt

freshly ground black pepper

1/4 teaspoon garlic powder

1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper

5 slices Move Veggie Lactose Free of charge Pepper Jack singles

5 whole grain or gluten free buns or lettuce wraps

For topping: Sliced up mango, avocado & sprouts


Place 3/4 glass quinoa and 1 1/2 mugs water in a little sauce pan more than high heat, provide to a boil, then cover, reduce heat and cook for approximately 15 minutes or until all of the water continues to be absorbed by the quinoa. Allow the quinoa to great for 5-10 mins.

In a small bowl, mix collectively flaxseed meal and 5 tablespoons of water to create a flax egg. Place mix in refrigerator until prepared to use such that it has time to gel up (to be egg-like).

While the quinoa is cooking, add 1 teaspoon of coconut oil to some moderate skillet and place over moderate high temperature. Add onions and saute until translucent, about 4 a few minutes.

Next add in cooked quinoa, onion, cut beets, schedules, walnuts, salt, pepper, garlic powder, cayenne pepper and coriander to a food processor and pulse 10-15 times before mixture resembles floor beef. Transfer to a bowl and add in your flaxseed meal. If the combination feels to damp and sticks to the hands, add a small oat flour or breadcrumbs. Focus on a few tablespoons and steadily increase before mixture is no longer sticky. Type into 6 patties, about 1/2 inch heavy. Each patty will be about 1/3 glass of the combination.

Heat a non-stick skillet over moderate warmth and add the rest of the coconut essential oil. Add the patties to the essential oil, two at the same time if your skillet is on the smaller side (this makes them simpler to turn), and cook for approximately 4-6 a few minutes or until patties are golden brown, then carefully turn and cook for an additional 4-5 mins. Add the mozzarella cheese just a few minutes before taking off the heat.

Serve burgers on buns or lettuce wrap and garnish with mango, avocado and sprouts. Makes 6 burgers.

If you observe that the burger is too moist, feel free to add a tablespoon or two of oat flour, this will help the burger to stay together better.

The nutrition information provides contains all ingredients including cheese. It generally does not consist of buns or any extra toppings.