I often rely on frozen store bought veggie burgers, they are convenient and some are very tasty. While they are a better alternative to meat, they are highly processed and have some questionable ingredients.  So I’ve come up with my own burgers which are super healthy, high in fiber and delicious. No, they don’t taste like meat, so get that out of your head, if you think of them as traditional burgers you might be disappointed.

This recipe makes about 18 burgers, so I freeze them to have a great satisfying meal anytime. For dinner I like to serve them with sauteed onions and mushrooms with melted veggie cheese on top or serve with a salad and some guacamole at lunch time.


2 cups Lentils cooked and drained (I sometimes use chick peas or other beans)
2 cups cooked brown rice
1 large vidalia chopped onion 2 cups

1/4 cup chopped fresh parsley
1/2 red bell pepper diced
4 flax eggs (Each flax egg is one tablespoon ground flax seeds to three tablespoons water)
1 can water chestnuts drained and chopped
1 cup white Mushrooms chopped
1 Shredded carrot
1/2 cup veggie shreds cheese
3 tablespoons Braggs Amino Acids
2 tablespoons Italian Seasoning
1 tablespoon stone ground mustard
2 tablespoons organic ketchup
2 cloves of garlic chopped

*1 cup breadcrumbs

*Breadcrumbs or ground almonds/walnuts or wheat germ or uncooked oats  – I mix a few of these ingredients, based on what I have on hand

Blend ingredients in a large bowl until thoroughly mixed. If mixture is too wet add more *breadcrumbs.
Shape into patties. I use about a 1/4 per pattie.

Bake on a lightly oiled cookie sheet at 350º or I found parchment paper to be easier, because they do stick a little.
Flip them after 15 minutes. They are very soft, so if the come apart a bit, no problem, you can just reshape them with your spatula.

Bake for another 10- 15 minutes.

At this point I melt veggie cheese on a the ones I am serving and I let the rest cool before freezing.

While you are eating these burgers, you can look at my cow paintings and feel totally guilt-free. They are lovely animals aren’t they?
These two paintings “Have A Cow” and “Cow A Bunga” were sold, but I sell them as prints in My Shop

I can also make an original for you from $75., check out the details here:
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Cow A Bunga Print


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My name is Greta Milan, I sign my art work gretzky... It's just a nick name. I am a visual artist, I paint with acrylics on canvas, I also enjoy creating digital art and mixing the two mediums. My interests include custom pet portraits, tropical landscapes and vibrant colorful non-subjective abstract paintings and patterns. I am also a artist of good healthy food. I am mostly vegan. I love cooking and I believe that healthy eating does not mean deprivation and sacrifice. I have found ways to make all of my favorites without using hydrogenated oils, processed sugars, preservatives, artificial colors, flavors, etc. In my home we eat vegan pizza, burgers, fries and chocolate shakes, in a healthy version of comfort food. I will be blogging all of my recipes here and I will discuss tips on healthy living for the mind, body and soul.

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