Vegetarian Bean Burgers

Vegetarian Bean Burgers

  • IFB Approved for Feasting Days (contains oats)
  • Gluten Free, Dairy Free, High Fiber, High Protein, Beneficial Fats

These bean burgers are a Wonderfully Well Favorite.  The texture and flavor are amazing.  Serve with a nice fresh salad and sweet potato fries for a satisfying IFB approved “Feasting Day”.  Wrap in a crisp fresh lettuce leaf, top with all your favorite burger toppings (please use organic ketchup).  My favorite topping is our savory Green Goddess Dressing.

I like to make a batch, put on a parchment paper lined cookie sheet and put in freezer.  They will be indivually frozen.  Then store in a BPA-free ziploc baggie and use as needed.  Thaw slightly, dip in ground oats and pan fry for a crispy outer crust.

Be sure and follow the directions.  If you throw it all in a food processor and blend you will end up with hummus!

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Vegetarian Bean Burgers

Prep Time15 minutes
Cook Time15 minutes
Total Time30 minutes
Servings: 4 patties


  • 1 onion diced
  • 1 clove garlic minced
  • 3 green onions diced
  • teaspoon ½ground cumin
  • 1 teaspoon dried parsley or 1 Tablespoon fresh
  • cup ¾diced mushrooms your choice
  • 1-15 oz. can organic pinto beans drained and rinsed
  • 2 cups organic rolled oats grind to a fine texture in food processor
  • Celtic or Himalyan Pink salt and red pepper flakes to taste
  • Grapeseed oil for pan frying


Consistency & Texture Is King!

  • Save ¼ cup ground oatmeal for dredging burgers before pan frying, season with salt, garlic and onion powder.

Make Patties

  • Be sure to just lightly mash or chop the veggies-if you use a food processor use the S-blade and pulse to a coarse consistency. Otherwise you will have hummus. Mash the beans with a fork or pulse in food processor. Add the mushroom/onion mixture to the beans. Add parsley and salt & red pepper flakes.

Cook Patties

  • Heat approximately 2 Tablespoons of a beneficial oil in a skillet. Dip each pattie in the reserved, seasoned oat flour and brown one side, gently flip to the other side until heated through. Remember, the patties are already cooked.
    vegetarian bean burger
  • Serve with a big fresh crunchy salad and roasted sweet potato veggie fries.
    vegetarian bean burgers
  • Keep in fridge for up to 3 days or in freezer for 1 month. Reheat frozen patties in your convection oven or pan fry.
  • Serve as a lettuce wrap with all your favorite toppings. My favorite topping is our savory  Green Goddess Dressing.



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