BBQ Burgers Premium PD Recipe


Fantastic and easy to assemble, realistic looking and grillable fat free veggie burgers have been designed especially for the dietary and environmentally conscious, animal respecting PD-Ed students of the world. These hearty burgers are full of flavor, have a great texture and are challenging not to eat raw; I never seem to end up with a full half dozen. Both grilling and oven baking directions are included for year-round burger enjoyment. Make an extra batch and stock them up in your freezer.

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Comments (11)

  1. posted by huclkengirl on July 5, 2014

    I have to say these are pretty amazing! I like the chia seed burgers just as much but they have such different flavors I can’t just pick one or the other! Two amazing burgers! I do believe this one is easier to make! Now I have both in my freezer! Yum!

  2. posted by Marie on July 5, 2014

    I liked the barley instead of brown rice too. Thanks for an awesome recipe.

  3. posted by mcddeb on December 9, 2015

    When blending the ingredients, do you blend until completely smooth or still have some chunkiness?

  4. posted by mcddeb on December 10, 2015

    Winner, winner, PD dinner! Like the firmer texture and taste of this burger. Baked in the oven.

  5. posted by veganinblack on April 12, 2016

    Oh this was yummy. Double batch of vegan oil free gluten free nut free dairy free sugar free PD BBQ Burgers. I eat mine open face and load up the condiments: stone ground mustard, PD ranch dressing, lettuce, red onion, home grown broccoli sprouts, tomato and more BBQ sauce. The burger was huge and I also made mini ones to freeze. Lunch today was a BBQ salad: baby lettuce topped with 3 mini burgers, fresh corn, broccoli sprouts, pea sprouts, red onion, ranch dressing and more BBQ sauce. Grain bread on the side.

  6. posted by Marie on August 4, 2016

    I had on hand the lentils and rice dish I made in pressure cooker so used 3 cups of it in place of the barley. Burgers turned out fine.

  7. posted by Mary Jo Wenckus on July 26, 2017

    Any idea how to make them less wet? How important is rinsing even salt-free canned beans versus just draining them? As far as I can tell, that’s the only thing I did differently from the recipe.

    • posted by Julie Marie on August 12, 2017

      Did you drain them in a colander? Remaining canning liquid is probably where the extra liquid and moisture is coming from.

  8. posted by Joann Wright on September 13, 2017

    I love this burger! My burgers tend to get too dry (I’m sure it’s user error), but not these! They hold together beautifully and taste GREAT!!

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