Yum, veggie burgers! There are so many types out there, so I started this Veggie Burger of the Month series to celebrate the wide world of these meat-free beauties.
My pick for September 2015 is the California Veggie Burger from Dr. Praeger’s. You can find these frozen patties in most grocery stores. I get them from Whole Foods Market.
These burgers are certified non-GMO by the non-GMO Project and contain all-natural ingredients. Here is a full list of what goes into a Dr. Praeger’s California Veggie Burger:
Carrots, onions, string beans, oat bran, soybeans, zucchini, peas, broccoli, corn, soy flour, spinach, expeller pressed canola oil, red peppers, arrowroot, corn starch, garlic, corn meal, salt, parsley, black pepper .
I like to eat mine with guacamole, kale and tomato on an organic sprouted grain bun!
You can also get them in slider form at White Castle — yes, the fast food restaurant now serves a veggie burger and the patty is the Dr. Praeger’s California Burger! I haven’t tried it yet. If you have, let me know what you thought down below in the comments!
Dr. Praeger’s makes several veggie burger flavors aside from California. A few of them are Kale, Super Greens, Thai, Bombay Curry, TexMex and Italian. I’ve tried the TexMex and thought it was pretty good, but the California is much better.
What veggie burger are you loving lately? Have you tried any other Dr. Praeger’s Veggie Burger flavors?
Check out my other Veggie Burger Spotlight posts.