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diy healthy burger recipes

If you are a fan of fast food and you can’t live without this tasty but not very healthy food, I know of a great solution! Make some burgers or sliders yourself, using only quality ingredients and healthy sauces. Today I am sharing some of the coolest recipes, they are as healthy as possible for this type of food and they also go well with a party like Memorial Day or 4th of July.

These Mediterranean Portobello beef burgers are a healthy grill recipe – topped with garlic and herb cheese, roasted paprika, rocket and basil mayonnaise. There are a bit more veggies in the patties so they’re healthier than your traditional burger and actually a lot juicer.

Nobody needs an introduction to burgers and there isn’t much to be said about it. This is just your classic veggie burger with a lot of goodness inside – oats and lots of veggies. Have we just made burgers really healthy?

This is a homemade black burger bun filled with droolable crispy fried oyster mushrooms and flavorful eggplant. Crispy, fleshy, but not fleshy, fried oyster mushrooms and silky, flavorful eggplants cooked with garlic, ginger and a touch of sesame oil are complemented with fresh coriander and red onions.

Chicken Burger, the name is sure to tingle hunger pangs among children. To make a rich meal out of it, a juicy piece of chicken is wrapped with sliced ​​onions, lettuce, sauces, etc. Read how you can make such a burger yourself!

These black bean baked oat burgers are filled with heart-healthy ingredients, oil-free and stick together perfectly. They can also be frozen ahead of time for a quick midweek dinner. What a great solution!

Who doesn’t love a good burger? The falafel burger should be lightly fried in oil before going into the oven. Still, I think this burger is one of the healthy foods. Read all of the instructions on how to do it.

Tired of reading 500-ingredient 2-hour quinoa burger recipes? Welcome to this healthy 30-minute quinoa burger recipe. Red lentils, quinoa, a few spices and you’re good! Read how it’s done and be sure – you won’t find a healthier recipe!

These rich and meaty suckers will get through for you on a hot spring day when the burger cravings arise. Rich, meaty, and mushroom-like with a dash of smoky BBQ sauce to keep them fresh off the grill satisfactorily. The ingredients list is minimal, yes, but the taste is amazing. Spoon them with some caramelized onions, a dash of mayonnaise, and extra BBQ sauce. Or the heck put mustard and enjoy that thing I don’t know how you like your burger.

When you’ve had enough of dried out tasteless burgers, you’re doing them all wrong. A good burger doesn’t have to be complicated. Do you know what ingredients you need for a good burger? Ground beef and sea salt, that’s it. Don’t go overboard when seasoning, you don’t need an egg or other fancy ingredients, a beef burger should taste like a beef burger.

Say goodbye to your regular beef burger and say hello to this delicious flavorful bean burger. Pineapple, spinach, sautéed onions and barbecue sauce lie between the rolls. It’s the perfect combination of sweet and savory.

Look how hearty these things are! They’re filled with sauteed mushrooms, onions, toasted pecans, oats, and quinoa. And some cheddar and barbecue sauce. You could even add an extra layer of melting hot cheddar.

When having a party, think about all of the details to make it perfect. Drinking stirrers are one of the last things you will remember. We have a cool and super trendy idea: juicy stirrers. Prepare mini faux succulents from the craft store, gold paper straws, and scissors. Just cut 2-3 inches off the straws to make them a little shorter for cocktail glasses, or leave them for regular full size pint glasses. Then just slide the end of the fake succulent into the straw. Now the paper straws are of course only used once. When the party is over, just take the succulent out of the straw and toss the straw. Then put the succulent in a new straw for the next party.

About Warwick

Warwick Zach Godfrey is a farmer with a happy marriage. He also writes about plants on various blogs.

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