Broccoli Burgers

30 Minutes

super easy


Tasty, fiber-rich broccoli burgers will be your new favorite way to eat and enjoy one of the healthiest vegetables around

Looking for a nutritious, flavorful meal that’s sure to please? Look no further than the broccoli burger! This delicious veggie-packed burger is packed with vitamins and nutrients, plus it’s easy to make and and tastes amazing. Not only are these burgers tasty, but they’re also high in fiber and rich in vitamins A and C. It’s an easy way to get your daily dose of healthy veggies that’s a bit more fun than a bowl of roasted broccoli. And if you want to bump up the flavor even more add some shredded carrots or diced jalapeño peppers for extra zing.

These easy, delicious and fiber-rich broccoli burgers will be your new go-to veg recipe that absolutely everyone will love! So, forget about steaming and roasting for a sec and try this new method on for size. And don’t just limit these to burgers; make them a bit smaller, give them a quick smash and enjoy some easy appetizer broccoli fritters or even mold them into smaller broccoli tots. The possibilities are endless, which is especially great for people who “don’t like vegetables.”  

As far as nutritional benefits, broccoli is packed with vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. In fact, one cup of broccoli has as much vitamin C as an orange. It also offers a good amount of calcium, iron, potassium and zinc, which means it’s great for the cold winter season coming up. So, give your taste buds something new to explore and try making a broccoli burger today!

Why You’ll Love It 

Not only are they a delicious veggie alternative to traditional burgers, but they’re also packed with nutrients

These burgers are jam-packed with nutrients, such as fiber, vitamin C, and calcium, making them a healthy alternative to traditional beef burgers.

Broccoli is known to be a great source of vitamins C, K, and A, which helps to boost your immune system and keep your skin healthy.

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Recipe Cost Breakdown

      3 heads of broccoli: $8.97

      3 pasture raised eggs: $1.59

      ⅓ cup whole wheat flour: $0.10

      ½ cup mozzarella: $0.87

      1 tsp garlic oil, or 3 cloves minced: $0.18

      3 tbsp chopped garlic: $0.54

      1 tsp onion powder: $0.24

      Total Cost: $12.49

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3 heads of broccoli, steamed and chopped
3 pasture raised eggs, whisked well
⅓ cup whole wheat flour
½ cup mozzarella, shredded or chopped
1 tsp garlic oil, or 3 cloves minced
3 tbsp chopped garlic
1 tsp onion powder
1 tsp salt

Nutritional Information

138 Calories
6 g Total Fat
659 mg Sodium
14 g Total Carbs
3 g Fiber
2 g Sugar
9 g Protein



Steam broccoli crowns in 1 inch of water until fork tender; about 7-10 minutes.
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Then, transfer to a paper towel, allow to cool and pat try with a towel. Once cool, transfer to a cutting board and chop into small bite-sized pieces.
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Next, in a large mixing bowl, combine all ingredients, mix well and form evenly into balls, about 1-2 inches each.
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Then, heat 2 tbsp olive oil in a large pan on medium-high heat. Add broccoli balls and flatten with a spatula or bottom of a mason jar. Lower heat to medium and let cook for 6 minutes; flip, flatten and cook for another 6 minutes or until golden brown.
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When done, transfer to a paper towel lined plate or baking tray; allow to cool.
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Finally, enjoy alone or serve with a dipping sauce; I like 1 cup plain Greek yogurt, 1/2 medium lemon, juice and zest, 2 cloves minced garlic and a pinch of salt.
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