Now if you’ve been reading this blog for even a week, then you know I’m not vegetarian. I do love me some meats. However, I do like to eat vegetarian at least twice a week.
In my opinion, it saves some money (beans are cheaper than beef y’all) and I’m pretty sure it’s good for the ol’ ticker. (Even though I eat mostly lean meats – sometimes it has to be beef…or bacon. Ok, a lot of the time it has to be bacon)
So I use beans a lot in cooking:
The above are my standbys. They’re easy to make, fairly inexpensive, and I know they’re tasty.
I also love Bun-less Burgers, but they’re a bit more pricey. There are a lot of ingredients AND it uses avocado (cha ching). But they’re delicious and worth making.
I had pretty much given up on pre-made Veggie Burgers.
I mean, what is it about meat substitutes that just screams “Stuff some wheat in there!” for goodness sakes. I’ve tried a few brands of veggie burgers I won’t mention, but yesterday I had one that is not only worth a mention: it’s worth a purchase.
Easy to make: You can actually pop them in your GF toaster!
Gluten Free, Corn Free, Yeast Free, Dairy Free, Egg Free, Soy Free, Nut Free
REAL FOOD: ingredients such as organic whole millet, organic whole quinoa, sweet potato, spinach, apple cider vinegar and more! The ingredients list is a thing a beauty I’m telling ya’.
Biodegradable packaging: word!
no GMO’s, no artificial colors or flavors, no pesticide, and it’s ALL healthy fats!
200 calories in one burger – BOOM!
Seriously!?!?! What’s not to love?
I found these at Whole Foods in a two pack. I honestly can’t remember the price but you can get them at The Gluten Free Mall for under $4 for two. Two bucks a burger – that’s a steal for all the good food crammed in there!
I can’t wait to try their other products – Adzuki Bean Burger I’m lookin’ at you!
Thank you guys so much for your kind words and support on yesterday’s post! It was so nice throughout my day to check my email and have nice little notes and words of wisdom!