Last Updated on May 5, 2020 by hungryoungwoman
Do you just have that feeling when it’s a Friday night and you want to settle in with a movie and a nice meal? But worried about how you don’t want to choose something that’s high in fat? I have a great homemade burger recipe for you that’s sure to trick you into thinking you are eating fast food!
Therefore, presenting to you a burger that’s not only guilt-free but easy also to make! And yes, this one has oats! God! Don’t you just love that grain for being so useful when you are in dire need to prepare something yummy?
SEE: Indian Style Chicken Marinade
Mentioned below is a basic burger recipe that will take you into the kitchen in no time! I decided to make these vegetarian as that’s what I loved best. But you can alter the recipe.
Homemade Burger Recipe: Baked Oats Burgers
Baked Oats Burgers
Baked Oat Burgers are the perfect way to settle in for those movie nights without the guilt of an unhealthy takeout!
- 2 cups grated carrot
- 2 cups onions chopped
- 1 cup tomato chopped
- 1 cup oats add more according to the mixture
- Your choice of ingredients to taste oregano, basil, salt, pepper
- 2 cloves of garlic minced
- 3 tbsp tomato paste
- A drizzle of olive oil
- 1 tbsp worcestershire sauce optional
Mix all of these together. Get your hands dirty, that's alright! Cause this is definitely worth it.
Make patties of your preferred size. The oats hold them together, so if you feel that your mixture is a little runny, feel free to add in more.
Place these patties in the oven for about 30-45 mins at 150 degrees (Celcius). Until you see both the sides turn brown.
Place in a bun with your favorite ingredients and enjoy!
The best part about this recipe is that you can add in whatever you like and it’s still going to taste great! We’ve already tried this about 4-5 times adding in different ingredients each time. Shredded chicken, minced meat, cauliflower, and capsicum make delicious patties too.
Looking for a great way to end this meal? How about some Oatmeal Cookies! Find the recipe here.
I also developed a mayo to go with it. Except, it isn’t much of mayo, a dip actually…
All you need is some greek yogurt, crushed basil leaves and salt to taste. This makes for a tasty spread on your bread before you put your patty in.
How do you like your burgers? Meat or the veggie way? 😀
Until then, happy eating! xx
If you like this, you may like: Vegan Noodle Bowl
6 thoughts on “Homemade Burger Recipe: Baked Oat Burgers”
I’ve made a wide variety of vegetarian and vegan ‘burger-style’ rissoles but have never included oats. You’ve intrigued me now… off to have a play in my kitchen.
Glad to hear that Sally. I use oats for pretty much everything now, it’s quite a versatile grain 🙂
I’m interested in prep then cook later? Or cook and recook later… tried that yet?
I haven’t tried that yet, Gary. Maybe make the patties and keep in fridge for 2 days max with a cling film on top to keep the freshness.
Did you happen to use quick cook oats or, perhaps, blend them a bit before you mixed them with the other ingredients. I make your oat burger recipe tonight and, while they were actually delicious, they were very crumbly and the whole, uncooked oats didn’t seem to want to bind together. I’m trying to decide how to solve for that because I would like to make them again!