Freezer Friendly Soy Free Vegan Veggie Burgers. Grain Free and Gluten free Homemade Vegan Veggie burger Patties packed with herbs, seeds, chickpeas, and spices! These homemade vegan veggie burgers are super easy to make, healthy, and great for meal prep!
It’s funny, recently I’ve have this little saying stuck in my head. It says “things to remember.” And the voice is from audiobook! It’s a calming, yet articulate voice saying these little words over and over in head. You see, I’m listening to this audiobook by Joyce Meyer called OVERLOAD. At the end of each chapter she goes over “things to remember.” This totally has to do with homemade vegan veggie burgers so hang with me here for a moment.
Okay, back to this saying… Every time she says that, I also think of things I actually need to remember. For example, here’s what goes on in my mind “I need to start meal prepping more! Oh wait, I have my homemade vegan veggie burgers in the freezer still. Yes! They will be perfect for this week.” I mean, that makes sense right? Ha ha I’m sure she probably means to remember the important points of the chapter of her book, but my mind wanders and I think of all the things I need to do that day or week. Can you relate?
It’s a good thing I’m reading this book OVERLOAD books because I should probably practice on unloading those thoughts. Haha! But I’ll save that for another day and I’ll definitely share about this book once I’m done.
Speaking of overload, I know many of us try to start the week NOT feeling overloaded, but instead feeling prepared. I am learning this! One of the best things I can do to prepare for the week ahead is to meal prep. Again, I admit that I don’t really do it. Unless it’s snack prep or protein bar prep (aka pseudo prep), but when I decided to remake my old vegan veggie burger recipe, I thought I might as well meal prep for the week and throw in some of these freezer friendly vegan veggie burgers. Besides, I had a ton of chickpeas still left over from these vegan protein bars.
Yep, it’s smartest decision I’ve made in a long time. I know, serious decisions here ya’ll, but it really is a small decisions that adds up, am I right?
You can just agree and nod your head so I feel accomplished. Ha ha.
Okay, about these gluten free and soy free vegan veggie burgers, they are FREE of a lot of allergies, yes, but DANG how I love the TASTE! I can’t believe I haven’t made more often. The last time I made them was in 2011 or 2012. The texture and flavor of these burgers are spot on.
This time around, I decided to adjust the ingredients to make them grain-free. I added more herbs and also switched out some of the nuts for pine nuts , which makes the patties more dense and “meaty.” A little addition that goes along way. Yes another decision that led to a great outcome. *Pats myself on the back.* 😉
OK but besides the veggie packed ingredients and healthy fatS, I seriously am in love with the homemade vegan veggies burgers because how well they freeze. I know, here I am again talking about meal prepping, but remember, we have a new schedule and a new way of prepping meals…ahem.. hence my need for mason jar salad recipes.
To prepare, just blend/grind the ingredients up, make a patty, bake, wrap in foil or parchment paper, and store in freezer.
I was impressed at how well these vegan burgers just heated up after being frozen.
TO MAKE THIS RECIPE YOU WILL NEED
Vitamix (or food processor)
Coconut flour or Almond Meal
See, no need to feel overloaded now. Just get your buns ready and let’s make the most out of this meatless monday! !
For the voice in your head that says “THINGS TO REMEMBER” –> Remember that these grain free, soy free, vegan veggie burgers are a great staple to have in your freezer. Okay but really, just remember how simple and healthy these burgers are. Oh and that they can be crumbled and added to tons of other meatless dishes. Even Stir Fry!
What’s your go to veggie burger? Is it a brand or your own recipe?
Happy NON overloaded Monday Ya’ll!
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