Thanks for the recipe…. I'm definitely going to try to make these. I made these yesterday, fried one up today, and was very pleased ! They ate it, with minor complaints, so that makes this mama happy!!! Or, hey, Gina!!! LOVED them. I love it with or without the chipotle mayonnaise. YUM YUM YUM! They were awesome. Thanks. Chia is better for you than flax and doesn't have to be ground to get the health benefits……Look up chia seeds if you don't know about them. What would the nutritional info and WW points be for just each the burger and the sauce (separately) without the bun? Share on pinterest. Then add the pepper and onions, eggs (or egg whites), cheese, oats (or breadcrumbs), black olives, Worcestershire sauce and mix to combine. I’m hosting a blender giveaway… feel free to check it out. I loved them. Think I can substitute (cooked) quinoa in for the oats? I added some oats to the mixture and it was still too runny. You can store leftover burgers in the fridge for 3 – 5 days in a sealed container or freeze them for 1 month. How many calories just per patty please, without the bun and dressing? I chopped all the veggies because I didnt have a food processor on hand & I added some additional spice (cumin, smoked paprika, Black pepper, adobo) also used fresh flat leaf parsley instead of cilantro because I’m just not a cilantro fan. Two questions I did not see answered at this time: 1) How long do you bake, if you choose that option 2) What can you substitute for the oats? I absolutely love the Spicy Black Bean Burgers from Morningstar, but haven't had one since moving to Germany 2 years ago. I’ve definitely found a new fav topping for my work lunch salads , What ca you use instead of eggs. The chipotle mayo and avocado make them even better, plus, the mayo goes great with baked sweet potato fries. Combine mayonnaise and chipotle, set aside. Just spiced them up to match the flavors. Just made these tonight and loved them!! Do you think these would be ok to microwave?? Fab for veggie`s+non-veggie`s. I was wondering the same thing. Thank you for the recipe. Yum! Instead of using chipotle mayo (too spicy for some in my house as well) I did a cumin/chili powder/teeny bit of sofrito mayo. Made them with your baked season fries, and my boyfriend and I loved the meal. I crumbled it up into a bed of lettuce and topped it with some reduced fat cheese, salsa and some organic corn chips. I look forward to making these this week! My girls will choose them over a meat burger any day. Ingredients. Ingredients. Enjoyed the chipolte mayo sauce. I use half fat free Greek yogurt and half light mayo, with the chipotle peppers in adobo and a little bit of chipotle chili powder. Thank you so much! They had the perfect amount of spice and flavor. Mine did fall apart a TINY bit while flipping. (though he refused to call it a burger. I just came across a recipe for parsnip fries with horseradish/rosemary mayo that I think I'll make along with these. 2? We were in Hawaii last summer for the birth of our first grandchild. Worked perfectly! Did everything you said to do in the instructions and after we flipped them on the grill pan they turned to mush. Sounded easy..though I did find a bit of a process….YUMMY YUMMY…still have 2 in freezer…..will do again in future and double the batch and freeze for future use. Water, onions, cooked black beans (black beans, water), cooked brown rice (water, brown rice), corn, soy protein concentrate, tomatoes, wheat gluten, onion powder, vegetable oil (corn, canola and/or sunflower oil), green chiles, soy protein isolate, bulgur wheat, cornstarch.Contains 2% or less of green peppers, red bell peppers, spices, tomato powder, cilantro, tomato juice, salt, chipotle pepper, … This may be a sad sad ending to my night… I made the burgers but didn't have wax paper. Too bad! My husband was hesitant, to be polite, about these. I just cooked one for lunch and it held together great. I can't wait to try this! We just had these tonight. Made these last night and ate them tonight. And already send the recipe out to friends and family! also, I bake mine until they start to get a little crust on the top and they hold up really well without being too dried out. A friend brought these over as a new baby dinner — and it changed our house forever. Made these last night. That's awesome – especially for a burger. You can also replace an egg by using 2 tbsp of cornstarch mixed with 2 tbsp of water. To be honest, I think I prefer it to a "regular" burger. Thanks so much for the recipe. Hi, I’m Gina Homolka, a busy mom of two girls, author and recipe developer here at Skinnytaste.com.