Veggie burgers don’t have to be eaten as a traditional burger; these @Hilaryseatwell veggie burgers make an amazing substitute for toast! You can even heat them up in a toaster, making them ideal for quick breakfasts, lunches or snacks. These have a lovely nutty flavor and pleasant crunch thanks to the millet and quinoa. And check out the full ingredient list; whole grain millet, whole grain quinoa, coconut oil, sweet potatoes, leafy greens, onions, Redmond’s Real Salt, apple cider vinegar, psyllium husk powder, arrowroot and garlic. Did I mention it’s all organic!? It’s a real food meets convenience food miracle.
We topped it with Mama Jess Ketchup, avocado slices and kimchi, making this an easy and effortless way to sneak in fermented foods, healthy fats and of course, plenty of veggies.
A note about this kimchi and ketchup combo; we’re not crazy. We didn’t even come up with it. But we are here to reap the rewards. The combination of salty and spicy and tangy and sweet is ahhhmazing and needs to be eaten with everything. I’m thinking kimchi and Mama Jess ketchup with homemade veggie fries, atop an asian-style pulled pork sandwich with veggie slaw (future recipe perhaps!?), or even dolloped on scrambled eggs.
If you try these out (or the ketchup-kimchi combo), let us know in the comments below! Or find us over at instagram @mamajessfounder and on Facebook.