Roasted Garlic Hummus Veggie Burgers

I just love homemade veggie burgers.  The reason homemade veggie burgers are so great is because you can control the ingredients.  I have several veggie burger recipes on my blog already.  These roasted garlic hummus veggie burgers are my latest creation.  Yes I made burgers with hummus.  It’s a super easy recipe!

Hummus Veggie Burgers - My Whole Food Life

Pacific Foods recently sent me some samples of their new shelf stable hummus and I knew I wanted to make a veggie burger recipe with one of the flavors.  I used the roasted garlic hummus in this veggie burger recipe.  It is so yummy!  You may have heard me talk about Pacific Foods in my post about vegetable broth.

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I do make my own hummus as well, but these shelf stable hummus packs are great for when you are on the go.  It could be a snack after sports, or at the beach or on a picnic.  I love that this hummus contains simple ingredients you would use in your own kitchen.  No funny stuff.  It comes in 3 delicious flavors.  Classic, roasted garlic, and roasted red pepper.   The reason I wanted to make a veggie burger with the hummus, is because I wanted to show you that hummus can be so much more than a spread.  It added great flavor to these veggie burgers.

Roasted Garlic Hummus Burgers

Prep Time 15 min Cook Time 20 min Serves 5 burgers     adjust servings

Homemade veggie burger that is easy and tasty!



  1. Preheat oven to 350.
  2. Spread the nuts onto a lined baking sheet and toast for 7-10 minutes. Set aside to cool.
  3. In a food processor , combine the cooked lentils and the toasted nuts and blend for a minute.
  4. Add in the humus, sea salt, flax eggs and water and continue to blend until everything is mixed well.
  5. Form into patties and place on a lined baking sheet .
  6. Bake for about 20 minutes.
  7. Let cool completely before removing and storing the burgers.


Recipe Notes

Store these burgers in an air tight container in the fridge. They should last a week. You can also freeze them for longer storage.

I have good news for all of you as well!  Pacific Foods is going to give away a sample pack of their hummus to one lucky reader.  Just enter via the Rafflecopter widget below. Open to US residents only.  Good luck!

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Disclosure:  This post was sponsored by Pacific Foods, but opinions are all my own.

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23 thoughts to “Roasted Garlic Hummus Veggie Burgers”

  1. I notice that there is a bun for the veggie burger in the picture, what kind of bun did you use (brand, etc.) thanks!
  2. I am going to REALLY love these veggie burgers! These are a few of my favorite things--although this will be a new hummus brand for me to try! And, Melissa, you know how we love hummus here in our Lebanese home! :-)
  3. Any suggestions for a walnut/pecan substitute? As much as I LOVE walnuts, I've been having to eat them in moderation because of the increasing prices :/ It's not been the best of times as they were my favorite snack/topping. I bet they taste amazing with the lentils though and will have to try them anyways at some point!. (I'm also not a fan of sunflower seeds)
  4. I tweaked this recipe a little bit, and absolutely loved my result. I omitted the lentils and nuts, and just made regular hummus. Then, since it's super sticky and soft, I pulsed and grinded up some oatmeal to make oat flour, and combined about a cup of that into my hummus. Then I formed them into patties (made about 5) and grilled them with some olive oil. I served on a french bread roll with some family favorite!
    1. That sounds delicious. Since I'm on plant based diet I didn't want to use the eggs. I'm going to try. Thank you for the idea. Btw, where do you purchase Tahini? I've never made my own hummus, and I have everything except the Tahini?
      1. You can find tahini at any health food store in the same section as the nut butters. FYI, I am also plant based, so I used flax egg in this. :)

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