Quinoa Veggie Burgers

These quinoa veggie burgers are so yummy! I just love a homemade veggie burger.  Don’t you?  I have several of them on my blog already, like my Sweet Potato Veggie Burgers, Black Bean Veggie Burgers and Chickpea and Spinach Veggie Burgers.  Well here is a new quinoa veggie burger to add to the list.

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The best thing about these veggie burgers is that you probably already have the ingredients to make them!  I often make veggie burgers is a double batch and freeze some for easy meal ideas.

Quinoa Veggie Burgers

Quinoa Veggie Burgers

Prep Time 10 min Cook Time 22 min Serves 8 burgers     adjust servings

A healthy and simple recipe you will love!



  1. Preheat oven to 350.
  2. In a food processor , combine the onion, red pepper, carrot and celery. Pulse a few times.
  3. Add in the remaining ingredients and mix well, scraping down the sides often.
  4. Form the mixture into patties and place them onto a lined baking sheet.
  5. Bake for about 12 minutes, flip the patties and bake for another 10 minutes.
  6. Store patties in an airtight container.
  7. They should keep 7-10 days in the fridge and you can also freeze them.


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53 thoughts to “Quinoa Veggie Burgers”

      1. This is what I need to do, too, because my son really needs to take in extra protein due to this intense wrestling schedule/training but he's very conscious of eating lower carb, very healthy foods. (Which is great! And he's only 14!) This and the sweet potato black bean ones may be key to crazy training days. Love that they can be done ahead and frozen!
  1. Will be trying the recipe.....Just one question.....Could this be done in a Vitamix instead of a food processor???? I have a Vitamix, but do not have a food processor......
  2. Sorry for my question twice....I am going to try it on my Vitamix....I have one of the newer models that has a pulse feature....Will let you know how it comes out....
    1. So glad you liked them! Not sure the calorie count, but I can't imagine it's too high considering the ingredients.
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  4. I worry about the use of quinoa, with the high western demand harming the people and land where quinoa is grown. Wonder if Freekeh or some other grain would work well?
  5. So yummy. I also find that if you roast sunflower seeds, they add a very "meaty" like flavor. Not in terms of resembling animal meat, but more like a "bite-y", smokey feel to a burger.
  6. Hello! Thank you for the recipe, I just made those delicious burgers and it worked so well. They don't like so round as yours, but it isn't the most important thing. It just taste super super delicious. Thank you a lot! :)
  7. What do you serve these with? I'd like to add them to my menu this week but am wondering what sides would go with them? Are they served on a bun like a regular burger? Is there a good sauce you could recommend as well? I have 4 kids and I doubt they will eat them without a dipping option :) Thanks, I think they look great!
    1. You could eat them on a bun or serve them with a side of veggies. I personally like to serve them as is with some roasted Brussel sprouts.
  8. YUM - just made them, but I did one thing different and they came out great - I only put onion, red pepper, and carrots in the food processor. The rest of the ingredients I mixed in so the sunflower seeds are whole. They came out great!
  9. Made these and loved them. Served them with a side of guacamole and tossed salad. Loved them even more the next day. Thank you Melissa for the recipe.
  10. Help! I was trying to do this in a rush (and made some substitutions) and mine are so wet. They will never be patties. I substituted eggs for the flax and regular flour for oat flour. It's just been one of those days... I poured everything in a bowl and have it in the fridge (which might actually help). If it doesn't, any suggestions for what else I could add to thicken it up? By the way, it smells amazing! TIA!!
      1. They were so yummy! I think that I probably over processed them. I was worried that more flour would make then taste pastey. I didn't have any arrowroot or more quinoa. I just mashed up some plain crackers. Next time I will be careful when I'm mixing!
  11. I am happy to finally found a vegan quinoa burger that doesn't need frying and that stick together! So, so far it's the best I found. I substitute the red pepper with sundried tomatoes and used quinoa flour. Thank you for this wonderful recipe.

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