It’s Veggie Burger Time!

Here we go with all the how-to’s and tips for making the best vegetarian burgers, plus delicious recipes too! Our Vegetarian Burger Topic is brought to you by Produce for Kids. Your healthy family resource for nutritious meals.

All the how-to's and tips for making the best vegetarian burgers, plus delicious recipes too!

Here we are at the end of June with the 4th of July days away. Of course you’re thinking about grilling. So are we! Except, instead of focusing on the standard grill favorite (meat!) we’ve gone in the opposite direction and are talking about vegetarian burgers.

Why vegetarian burgers? They’re delicious (or can be) and healthy and just plain great for vegetarians and meat-eaters alike. Yes, really. Try not to think of veggie burgers as a meat alternative but as a tasty food in their own right. Like, if you’re having a BBQ or party this summer, don’t try to satisfy your vegetarian friends by grabbing a frozen box of veggie burgers from the grocery store. Whip up one of our delectable recipes and serve them to everyone as a delicious option. We have such hearty flavorful recipes for you. You’re going to love them all and so will your guests.

We have so much in store for you in this topic. Like I said, some delicious recipes, using beans, tofu, quinoa and tons of vegetables, of course. We’ve also got a cool formula for making veggie burgers out of things you already have on hand. And, if you find yourself needing to reach for that box of pre-made burgers, we’ve got you covered there too with a taste-test and comparison of some of the major vegetarian burger brands. So much tasty veggie-packed info awaits!

If you just can’t wait to get it all, don’t wait. Sign up below and you’ll get our full Vegetarian Burger Ebook, packed with recipes, how to’s and tons of tips to make your veggie burgers the best ever.

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Now let’s fire up that grill. It’s summertime, baby!

Christine 😉

Disclosure: Produce for Kids has provided giveaway items and social media promotion in exchange for mentions in the Vegetarian Burger Series. Also, the senior editor of this site is a paid brand ambassador for Produce for Kids. All opinions are ours and honest, always.

Christine Pittman

Christine is the Founder and Senior Editor of The Cookful. She also blogs at COOKtheSTORY where she specializes in easy healthy homemade recipes. Healthiness aside, she has been known to shred cheese onto a dinner plate, microwave it for 30 seconds, and then eat the messy goop with a spoon.