Bean and Veggie Burgers

Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 12 mins

A Pillsbury up beans and assorted veggies for a tasty non-meat burger.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. In food processor bowl with metal blade, combine beans, oats, mushrooms, onion, carrot, bell pepper, garlic, ketchup and salt; process with on/off pulses until coarsely chopped. DO NOT PUREE.
  2. Shape mixture into 4 patties, 1/2 inch thick.
  3. Spray broiler pan with nonstick cooking spray.
  4. Place patties on sprayed pan.
  5. Broil 4 to 6 inches from heat for 10 to 12 minutes or until patties are thoroughly heated, turning once.
  6. Place lettuce, tomato slices and patties on bottom halves of buns.
  7. If desired, top with ketchup or mustard.
  8. Cover with top halves of buns.


Most Helpful

These had a nice flavor, but they were really soft, even after refrigerating overnight. The beans confused me... I bought the 19-oz can and began measuring out 2 cups only to discover the entire can was just barely two cups. So I had to use the whole can, but the recipe implies that you should only use part of the can. This made 4 incredibly huge patties... I think this should really make 6 patties. I will continue my quest for the perfect veggie burger recipe.

tarab5 July 03, 2015

I made 5 patties excluding only the mushrooms. They were delicious! After the patties were shaped, I cooled them in the refridgerator until I was ready to broil them. The flavor was much different (and better) than I expected.

BB2011 June 25, 2010

This was really fast to prep! My mixture made 5 patties (packing it down in a greased meas. cup). I refrig. for about an hour before cooking. I "eyeballed" the ketchup amount and wonder if I added too little, since my burgers were extremely fragile and dry. Regardless, my family ate without complaint! These were tasty topped with tomatillo salsa. I'll try these again with more ketchup. Thanks DuChick- Roxygirl

Roxygirl in Colorado November 20, 2008

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