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26 August, 2015

Black Bean Burgers

Posted in : Recipes on by : Dani Pipkins Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,


I love love love these burgers! The texture is on point and the taste is unbelievable! You can freeze these for several months too, which is great if you want to cook up a large batch. This is one of those things that my husband asks me to make a lot, so, I make up this batch and honestly can’t get any frozen before he eats them all. He takes them to work for his meals as well. 

You’ll need a food processor for this recipe.

You can play with the flavor. For instance, add Chipotle powder to make them Chipotle black bean burgers, add tobacco or Frank’s hot sauce to make them spicy, add in nutritional yeast for a more cheesy flavor…really, the possibilities are endless. I would ALWAYS use the liquid smoke though.

TIP: If you don’t like spicy food, that’s ok! Just omit the franks hot sauce and sriracha! Although, this doesn’t come out too spicy at all!


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  1. Preheat your oven to 425 degrees.
  2. Put all of the ingredients into the food processor and pulse for a minute, then process until mixed together well. You may need to then add in your breadcrumbs or flour if it's too wet.
  3. With your hands wet, form your patties to whatever size you'd like. These can also make great meatballs. Keeping your hands wet will prevent the mixture from sticking to you.
  4. This is meant to be sticky, so, if they are, then you are doing it right.
  5. Place your patties onto a silicone baking sheet, parchment paper, or non stick foil. Your choice. Then, pop into the oven for 12 to 15 minutes. Check on them by sliding a spatula underneath. If they stick, they are not ready to flip.
  6. Once you can flip them, do so and bake for another 15 minutes. You don't want to overcook or they will be dry and cracked.
  7. They will be a little soft in the middle and this is how they are supposed to be.
Recipe Notes


A flax egg is 1 tbsp ground Flax seeds +3 tbsp Water =1 egg 

You can purchase ground flaxseeds here or grind the whole seeds up in your Vitamix!

You could also use 1/4 cup of oats or flour instead of the flax egg.

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