Being veggie doesn't need to mean missing out on all the fun of summer barbecues. We've rounded up our top selection of vegetarian burger recipes for your to enjoy.
Being veggie doesn’t need to mean missing out on all the fun of summer barbecues and outdoor eating. There are plenty of vegetarian burger recipes that will bring just as much oozing, delicious joy to your veggie plate as their meaty counterparts.
From bean burgers to carrot burgers, from sweet potato burgers to beetroot burgers, we’ve got lots of delicious meat-free burgers for you to choose from, you’re going to be spoilt for choice.
Have a flick through our selection of the best veggie burger recipes around and of course, leave us a comment to let us know if you’ve tried any or if you’ve got any tips for making your veggie burger extra tasty. Enjoy!
If you’re trying to be good we’d recommend these light and easy Slimming World’s carrot and coriander burgers. Sandwich between two bun halves and enjoy with fresh salad.
Get the recipe: Slimming World’s carrot and coriander burgers
These delicious, easy-to-make beetroot and mushroom burgers are perfect for whipping up when you’ve got vegetarian guests over for a BBQ. The earthy taste of the mushrooms work wonders with the feta and beetroot.
Get the recipe: Beetroot and mushroom burgers
Another diet-friendly recipe, Weight Watchers have pulled it out of the bag with this one. This veggie burger combines halloumi, shredded veg and a little tofu to create these little tasty patties. We love ours served in a pitta with a fresh garden salad. Sound good?
Get the recipe: halloumi veggie burgers
Bean burgers: classic fare for any long-established veggie. This recipe shows you how to make these basic burgers from scratch and they can even be prepped ahead of time and frozen. Perfect for when you’ve got family over for a bit of a get together.
Get the recipe: bean burgers
Think of these as a veggie burger without the bun. Meaty aubergine is given a new lease of life when covered with a stringy Gruyere or salty Feta cheese and baked in the oven. These tasty sliders would be perfect served with salad in a pitta pocket, with a dollop of tzatziki on top or if you’d prefer, with or without a seedy burger bun.
Get the recipe: aubergine sliders
One for the kids, this Annabel Karmel recipe packs all sorts of sneaky veg into these mini burgers. Mixed with cheese and covered in tasty breadcrumbs, little fingers will gobble these up in no time at all.
Get the recipe: Annabel Karmel’s kids’ veggie burgers
Here’s another option that’s great for kids. Little people will love the sweetness of the… you guessed it… sweet potato in this lovely breaded crust. You could serve these with a mixed salad and some tangy chutney or they’ll also worked well dressed like a normal burger. Don’t forget, sweet potato counts as one of your five a day so it’s not actually a carb overload if you eat bread with them too!
Get the recipe: sweet potato cakes
Our easy how-to recipe shows you how to make this delicious veggie
burger which actually packs cheese inside the patty! Just look at it
oozing out! Mmm we could stare at this beauty all day, but we’ve got a
veggie barbecue that needs tending.
Get the recipe: Veggie Juicy Lucy burger
This recipe actually comes from creators of The Nordic Diet and as a result, is very low in fat. Mix flavoursome beetroot with eggs, oatmeal and a selection of herbs to make these tasty meat-free treats. Serve with a barley salad, or if you’re less worried about your waistline, in a tasty wholemeal bun.
Get the recipe: beetroot burgers
The soft texture of these chickpea burgers makes them great for kids and the pulses mean they’re packed with protein too. We think they’re even tastier with a few pickles, a squirt of American mustard and some melted Stilton on top but equally, you can keep things simple and just enjoy the nutty flavours.
Get the recipe: chickpea burgers