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Chickpea Hummus Burgers.

We eat a LOT of hummus in our house.  I make giant batches of it each week so that Casey can pack it in his lunch, and so I have something quick and easy to grab in between bouncing and singing to my baby.  This week, I decided to take our household favorite to the next level.

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Using the same basic ingredients and flavors of hummus, I whipped up two batches of these delicious vegan bean burgers.  They are a nice alternative to my other favorite bean burgers, and I think both recipes would be great side by side at a summer picnic.  You’ll remember that in six months, right?  In the meantime, these are great for dinner or lunch, and they are cheap and easy to throw together quickly.

Chickpea Hummus Burgers

by Emily Malone

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: 10 minutes

Ingredients (4 burgers)

  • 1/4 cup rolled oats
  • 1/8 cup pepitas (pumpkin seeds)
  • 1 can garbanzo beans (or chickpeas), rinsed and drained
  • 1 medium carrot, grated
  • 1/2 cup flat-leaf parsley leaves
  • 1 tablespoon tahini
  • 1 tablespoon lemon juice
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • 1/2 teaspoon minced garlic
  • 1/2 teaspoon kosher salt

Instructions

Using a food processor (or blender if you are brave), start by adding the oats and pepitas and pulsing until coarsely chopped.

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Grate a carrot and add to the food processor (you can also used bagged shredded carrots).  Cooking with a sleeping baby strapped to your chest is optional.

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Add the rest of the ingredients – chickpeas, tahini, lemon juice, olive oil, parsley, garlic, and salt!

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Pulse until mixture is roughly chopped, pausing to stir with a spatula once or twice. Don’t over-process it or it will become too creamy!

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Once mixed, transfer the mixture to a bowl. Wet your hands with water and form the bean mixture into four tightly packed patties.

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Cook burgers over medium heat in a non-stick pan until browned on both sides.

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Serve on a bun, or on top of a salad!

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These burgers are filling and tasty, and much better for you than your average hamburger.  Each patty clocks in at 215 calories, with 7 grams of both fat and protein.  Good stuff!

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I rarely get the chance to sit down during the day and eat a proper meal.  Now that these are in the fridge, I’m already looking forward to a quick one-handed lunch tomorrow!

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Whether you eat with one hand or two, enjoy!

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Erin @ Girl Gone Veggie     at 10:12 pm

These look amazing! I’m veggie burger obsesssed and have been trying to get away from the processed ones. Thanks for the recipe!

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ashley     at 10:13 pm

Perfection!!! And I don’t know how you do it…you are amazing!

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Coco aka Opera Girl     at 10:39 pm

Hey, these look great Emily! Love that you’re cooking with the little guy attached. Adorable.

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Sana     at 10:50 pm

I have never added oats when I make these! I bet it adds a bit of umph!

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Lexi @ Cura Personalis Foodie     at 11:04 pm

Mmm hummus in burger form sounds like a genius plan to me!

I might even have to spread some hummus on the burger just for good measure :D

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Samantha     at 11:07 pm

I’m not vegetarian or vegan but these look too good (and too easy) not to try. Thanks!

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Michelle@PeachyPalate     at 12:25 am

Love love love chickpea burgers (a bit of mango chutney on top works a treat!) He has his arm wrapped around you…SO cute!

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Charlie (the runner beans)     at 1:39 am

These look delicious! Can’t wait to try it this weekend.

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Angela @ Happy Fit Mama     at 2:05 am

I’ve got to make these soon. I am always looking for new veggie burger ideas. It’s a weekly staple in our house, too, along with hummus.

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Sarah     at 2:16 am

These look great! definitely something i want to try!

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Cyndi     at 2:58 am

These look delicious! I’ve been wanting to get back in the habit of making my own veggie burgers. I’ve gotten lazy and have been buying the frozen kind. Can’t wait to try these!

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Katrina (GF Gidget)     at 2:59 am

OMG amazing!

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Courtney @ Translating Nutrition     at 3:03 am

Yum! I just got a food processor for christmas. Will have to put it to good use with these this weekend :) Thanks for sharing!

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Lauren     at 3:46 am

These look fantastic! My grocery store has a hummus burger that is quite similar but I think I need to make my own. Delicious!

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Zita     at 4:10 am

It looks yummie! Isn’t it too dry? I would put some kind of sauce on top of the patty. What do you think, Emily?

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kara Reply:

I was actually going to ask the same.. they look absolutely delicious and I think I would love one served over a salad, but I feel like it would get too dry in a bun. Either way, these are definitely on my list to make next!

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Emily Malone Reply:

I didnt think they were dry, but I ate them with salsa or ketchup!

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kara Reply:

Just made ‘em.. delicious! I had two smaller patties over salad with a dressing of lemon juice and it was perfect!

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Emily Malone Reply:

I ate mine with ketchup and with salsa (on the leftovers)! Didn’t think it was dry – turned out great!

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Kristen @ Change of Pace     at 4:10 am

I am really into veggie burgers lately! They are filling and so versatile. They are so good crumbled over a salad. Thanks for sharing this recipe. I’m adding it to my veggie burger recipe stash :)

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Brittnie (A Joy Renewed)     at 4:25 am

These look amazing! I have never tried to make my own veggie burger but this recipe doesn’t seem too intimidating. I might try it! LIke you said, a nice, quick lunch when I am on the go with the two little kids I nanny. :)

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Amy     at 5:15 am

We have a huge batch of homemade red pepper hummus in our fridge… just need to fold in the crushed oats and pepitas, and we’ll have burgers for dinner tonight. Thanks for the great idea!

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Karen     at 5:39 am

Impeccable timing, Emily! I was just thinking how I was in the mood for a bean burger – I loved your original with black beans and had modified another version w/garbanzos and curry powder already. But, I love the addition of hummus. I think I’ll retain the curry powder for some heat! (And, yes…important not to overmix as I’ve made that mistake in the past.)

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Ms. Adams     at 5:39 am

These look delicious. Any recommendations for where to get tahini? I see you usually use a Trader Joe’s version but I can never find it at my Trader Joe’s.

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Emily Malone Reply:

Actually TJ’s doesnt have tahini! I get mine at PCC or Whole Foods.

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Coco     at 5:41 am

Those burgers looks great E!! I love hummus- and I just wish my tummy liked it too.. Unfortunately I mostly have to avoid beans.. boo!

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Kat     at 5:50 am

Yum! This looks SO good.

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Lindsay @ Running the Windy City     at 5:59 am

Those look great! I love hummus too!

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Alayna @ Thyme Bombe     at 6:00 am

Yum! I seriously haven’t tried making homemade veggie burgers yet, so I may just give these a go soon since I have all the ingredients on hand.

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HRCK the Herald     at 6:07 am

I go through an insane amount of hummus as well. When it’s served as an appetizer with chips/veggies at a party, I have to remind myself that it’s probably not the best time to follow my typical practices and heap mounds and mounds of it on my plate!

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Jennifer @ Peanut Butter and Peppers     at 6:17 am

To be honest, I have never had a burger other then a hamburger, but I don’t see why I wouldn’t like a hummus burger? I love hummus and I love all the ingredients in your recipe. I am going to try this tonight.

Thank you and have a wonderful weekend!

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Natalie     at 6:29 am

Yum! definitely going to try out this recipe – I’ve been looking for things to pre-make for lunch throughout the week. Thanks for sharing!

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Lee     at 6:31 am

We eat a TON of hummus over here, so this looks like something we’d really enjoy. Yum.

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Samantha     at 6:34 am

Thanks for this. I have done the black bean recipe (which I do think I over-processed, but really enjoyed). I will try these next.

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Emily @LivingLongfellow     at 6:35 am

I’d love to try these but can’t eat pumpkin seeds. Are they here for flavor or to hold it together? Could I take them out or substitute?

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Emily Malone Reply:

You can sub any other nut! I also made them with pine nuts – yum.

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Kelli H (Made in Sonoma)     at 6:52 am

They look perfect & delicious. I make a lemony chickpea burger but I’d definitely try this one too.

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Kathi     at 7:06 am

These look delish! I think I shall make these this weekend. I love the idea of making large quantities of hummus to have for snacking and lunch throughout the week. Oh Cullen………such a cutie.

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Lindsay     at 7:13 am

these look really tasty!

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Allegra     at 7:31 am

These sound delicious! What size can of chickpeas should I use? The original black bean burger was two cans (of 15 ounces, I’m assuming), so should this be one of the 28-ounce can?

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Emily Malone Reply:

Sorry I’m late to this – nope just a regular 14-15oz can of beans! The black bean recipe makes 6 burgers – this is just four!

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Allegra Reply:

Thank you! No worries on the timing; I wasn’t cooking them at the time. They’re bookmarked to make soon, though!

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Stephanie @ Afitbliss.com     at 7:42 am

These look amazing! THanks for the recipe. As a person who does not eat much meat, I am always looking for ways to enjoy usuals, like burgers, lasagna, meatballs, etc.

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Julie (A Case of the Runs)     at 8:17 am

I just started making hummus at home, and I really like it over the store-bought version! Gotta try these burgers as soon as I can get some pepitas!

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Tara     at 8:18 am

Yum! Definitely making these tonight. I am also doing the non-dairy diet due to breastfeeding and this sounds delish. I have a bunch of cilantro in the fridge so I’m gonna try it with that instead of parsley. We’ll see how it goes. Happy Friday!

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Emily Malone Reply:

Hope it turned out well!

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Emily     at 8:23 am

These look awesome! Do you think I could make them in my VitaMix??? I know you said blender “if you’re brave” but I should be okay right?

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Emily Malone Reply:

I dont think there is enough liquid to do it well in the Vitamix!

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Janine     at 8:29 am

These look really good. What could you use to substitute tahini?

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Emily Malone Reply:

Another commenter suggested sunflower butter, and said it tastes almost exactly the same!

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Emilie @ Emilie's Enjoyables     at 8:57 am

These look great, I’ve recently started to appreciate the versatility of chick peas and I can’t wait to try these.

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Heidi @ Food Doodles     at 9:00 am

Yummy! These look great. We love hummus too so I’m sure these would be a hit in my house.

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Emily (Edible Psychology)     at 9:56 am

My partner and I love your veggie masala burgers and make them regularly – I can’t wait to try these out too!

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Emily Malone Reply:

Oh glad to know you like those – some of my favorites!

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Katie @ Peace Love & Oats     at 9:59 am

Those look so good, and easy! I’ll have to try them out!

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Audrey     at 10:31 am

Yum! These look so tasty.

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Bonnie     at 10:36 am

Love this! I am DEFINITELY making these for lunch today – only a few hours away. Can’t wait! ;) Thanks for the great recipe!

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Kayla (The Best Things..)     at 10:51 am

I love the look of those burgers! I’m planning on buying my first food processor soon so I can finally start making my own hummus.. and I’ll have to try these burgers too! THanks!

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hannah alehandra     at 11:03 am

Got my stomach growlin’! These look delicious.

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Amber K     at 11:23 am

What a great idea! We are big hummus lovers in my house too. Although I haven’t quite figured out how to make a good one myself. It’s never smooth enough. (reason #4563 that I need a Vita-mix, lol)

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Stephanie @ LoveLaughterLight     at 11:32 am

I’ve tried chickpeas time and again, but can’t quite acquire a taste for them. Could I substitute a different bean?

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Emily Malone Reply:

Sure! Of course it will change the taste though. Just pick your favorite one!

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Corrina in beautiful BC, Canada     at 11:54 am

Oh my goodness these look amazing!! I love veggie burgers and hummus so perfect combo. thanks for sharing :)

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Jolene (Homespun Heritage)     at 1:37 pm

You have just seriously changed my life! Oh, my goodness! I cannot wait to make these up! ~YUM~

Also, a hint for anyone with a sesame seed allergy and cannot have the tahini (my little one is very allergic to it) I use sunbutter in replacement of it in hummus. It works out great and tastes the same!

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Emily Malone Reply:

Good to know – thanks!!

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Angie     at 1:59 pm

I think this would be amazing topped with tabouli. Can’t wait to try this recipe.

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Emily Malone Reply:

Good idea!!

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Haley S     at 2:46 pm

The recipe looks amazing but I must comment that Cullen’s little arm wrapped around you while he’s sleeping is ADORABLE

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Lauren @ Fun, Fit and Fabulous!     at 3:16 pm

Those look delicious. I love making batches of food to eat on all week. I just started using recipage and it is fantastic! I can’t thank you enough for creating something so fabulous and sharing it with all of us! :)

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Laura (Blogging Over Thyme)     at 3:21 pm

These burgers look great and the perfect thing to make for dinner, easy and healthy. Yum! I also like that they don’t contain a huge amount of ingredients. I definitely am going to make these in the coming week!

Especially since I just started culinary school and need easy meals to make at night for lack of time. I want to thank you again for giving me all that advice last year, even when I was taking my time making my decision, I am really happy that I chose to go and always looked back on what you told me about your own experience. Thanks Emily!

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Emily Malone Reply:

I am SO EXCITED for you, Laura!!! You will not regret your decision. :)

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Army Amy*     at 3:44 pm

I always love your recipes! I will attempt this!*

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Maria @ Beautiful Busy Bee     at 4:18 pm

My family eats tonsa hummus too! Sometimes we make it and sometimes we buy huge Costco jugs of it. Wow, it’d be the perfect baby food for when Cullen can eat! Mushy=good for baby

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Chris     at 4:51 pm

The burgers look great, can’t wait to try them.
Btw, I spent many days with a baby… sleeping, awake, crying… attached to me, so I could cook, clean, you name it. Seeing your picture transported me back 11 years, thanks for the smile :)

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Sarah     at 5:36 pm

Mmm…these look excellent. (Just followed on twitter. Recipage looks awesome.)

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Julia     at 5:56 pm

Looks delicious and so healthy! I love hummus. Thanks for sharing.

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Nellie     at 6:37 pm

These look so good and EASY. On the list to try this month! Thanks!

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Megan @ MegGoesNomNom     at 7:53 pm

These burgers look awesome!

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Becky     at 8:11 pm

I made this tonight and man were they good. I loved the flavor! I had mine on a bun, but next time I’d put it in a pita pocket or a whole wheat tortilla. I think the bun took away from the burger but it was also my first time trying an Udi’s bun so that could’ve been the problem too. Thanks for the recipe Emily!

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Emily Malone Reply:

So glad to hear they were good! I ate the leftovers by themselves with ketchup – delicious.

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modernworkinggirl     at 4:05 am

Pepitas? How interesting! Great recipe.

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Heather     at 5:55 pm

I made these tonight! I love me some meat, but these were super good! didn’t have tanini, so I just use some sesame seeds and it worked fine.

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Emily Malone Reply:

Glad to hear you liked them!

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katecooks     at 11:00 am

these burgers look really delicious, and doable! i love good recipes that aren’t too daunting :) i wonder how they’d taste if i skip the tahini? i have the hardest time finding it in stores, and therefore never have any on hand!

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Emily Malone Reply:

You could swap in sunflower butter or peanut butter instead (although of course the taste will change a bit)

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Kelly     at 4:35 pm

Emily – do you have the protein values for these? Or did I just miss that info?

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Emily Malone Reply:

7 grams!

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Stefani     at 9:18 am

I’m so excited to try this recipe tonight! One question about the size of the can of chickpeas… a 14oz or 19oz can? Thanks!

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Emily Malone Reply:

14oz!

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Stefani Reply:

I ended up using a 19oz can (since it’s what I had) and they were delicious! I kept licking my fingers every time I formed a patty. :)

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Pam     at 9:55 am

I made these last night, and they’re amazing! The one thing is that I tried making them in my blender, and it was a definite no-go. There wasn’t enough liquid to make anything move. My husband ended up using the potato masher to get the right consistency. So yummy!

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Emily Malone Reply:

Yeah I had a feeling about that, that’s why I warned it was only for the brave. :) Glad they turned out good though once they were mashed!

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Kate     at 4:24 pm

These were fantastic! I followed the recipe, thought I left out the parsley because I didn’t have any. The “dough” was even good! I just ate mine plain tonight, but plan on serving it up on a bun with some jalepeno hummus tomorrow.

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Amanda     at 8:58 am

I made two batches of these last night and shared them with my family. Everyone raved…they are so filling and so good for you!

Thanks for sharing Emily!

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kate     at 8:05 pm

I made these up tonight and they were delicious!! I sprouted the garbanzo beans, which I learned how to do from your sprouting 101 :) and made up two batches so I could freeze some. Thank you so much for another awesome recipe and great tutorials, such as sprouting!

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Amanda     at 9:12 pm

I’ve been using this recipe for a couple weeks now and my husband and I love it!

We had them for dinner about 2 weeks ago and it dawned on me they would make a great packed lunch for my husband to bring to work. So now I’ve made two additional batches and store them in the freezer. I love that we are saving money and that my husband is eating something nutritious for lunch instead of just a deli meat sandwich or something. Thank you, Emily!

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Sarah G     at 5:34 pm

LOVE these! so creative and beyond delicious. Making them a second time tonight. Funny enough… the first time I made them I DID have an 8-week-old baby strapped to my chest while grating the carrot! Total coincidence, not planned at all :) Thanks for another great recipe!

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Katie Jo     at 7:49 pm

I’ve made these 4 times now… so delicious! So good with spicy mustard on top. Thanks so much – this has become my favorite lunch to bring to work!

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Sherlock     at 2:23 pm

These are delicious! I love the addition of lemon and parsley in this burger. It gives it such an awesome flavor. Bookmarked for dinner recipes :) Thanks!

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Erica     at 11:23 am

I should finally comment on this post, as I make these burgers every week or two! They are amazing broken up over a salad with white balsamic, goat cheese, tahini, and sriracha. Awesome for a light lunch or dinner… they’re the most requested meal in my household!

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greg     at 1:52 pm

I just whipped up a batch of burger dough and put it in the fridge to cook tonight- for once my product looks just like the pictures! I omitted the pepitas because I didn’t have any, and instead of grating the carrots I just buzzed them in the food processor after I got the tahini (made a big batch of that too- it keeps well) out of it. I can tell by the feel of the dough that these burgers are going to be superb, there will be no crumbling or dryness here. Thank you for a very good recipe and a really excellent presentation. Oh, by the way, I used gandules (pigeon peas) cooked from dry for the beany ingredient, and next time I’ll use fresh fava beans, which I have coming out my ears this time of year. Both of these make very good hummus and falafel, too.

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Cassie     at 12:47 pm

First off, Happy Mother’s Day, Emily! And second, thanks for an awesome recipe! Just making these today for a Mother’s Day lunch and they’re awesome!
Hope you get to spend lots of time with those you love!

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Caitlin     at 9:27 am

Just made these for lunch- delicious! I only cooked two of the burgers, can’t wait for lunch tomorrow to pull out the rest! Thank you for such a great idea!

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Hi Emily – I found your blog through a search for sprouting chickpeas. Your post was really informative, but I see that you’re using canned here. Was sprouting worth the effort? We always cook our own beans and then freeze a bunch (which I guess you can’t do with sprouted), so I’m wondering if we should just stick with cooking them. These burgers look fantastic! Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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Emily Malone Reply:

Hey Jamie! Honestly, I haven’t sprouted anything in quite a while. It’s a fun project, but I found it to be a lot of maintenance to make sure the water was monitored and swapped out often enough. We stick to basic chickpeas most of the time now!

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