Sometimes I just crave simple, tried and true favorites. Like a burger and fries. I haven’t had a hamburger in 30 years, but with so many vegan patties on the market (not to mention the ones you can make from scratch), what’s to miss (besides cholesterol, fat, and cruelty)?
I made this quick meal using prepackaged ingredients. (I’ve never professed to be a chef!) But this is proof that you can have delicious, healthy premade meals in a snap.
I baked up a batch of sweet potato fries from Trader Joe’s. I love the color they add to the plate. And the flavor is unique too. Sweet potatoes are a good source of vitamins B6, C, D, as well as iron and magnesium.
Then I made masala burgers, also from Trader Joe’s. These don’t look like fake meat. They’re full of veggies and have a nice spicy taste. I added lettuce, tomato and avocado, and sprinkled on vegan parmesan and a bit of black pepper.
The whole thing took 10 minutes–perfect for a quick, healthy meal at the end of a busy week.
I joined up with Veggie Nook for Healthy Vegan Fridays. Have a look at all the other delicious meal ideas!
Those Trader Joes Masala burgers are soooo delish!
Aren’t they? So many good, healthy options at TJs!
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Wish we had a Trader Joe. I’ve never heard of masala burgers, I’ll check into it.
I think they are potato-based. You could probably make them from scratch. Yum!
I don’t live in the US so this wouldn’t be an option for me! Thank you for sharing this with Healthy Vegan Fridays. Check back on Friday to see if you were one of the Top 3! We hope to see you again this week. You can submit a post from Friday to end of Tuesday:
Thanks for commenting! You’re right. TJs is a US-based company (and I’m not even sure they’re available outside the west coast). What UK stores can you recommend that carry healthy vegan burgers?