Spicy jalapeno black bean burgers are the perfect Meatless Monday meal! They’re loaded with fiber, whole grains, and really pack in the heat. Perfect for a summer grill session, or quick vegan friendly dinner (just sub vegan mayo for the aioli!)
I love having my own homemade burgers stocked in the freezer for nights I’m not looking to cook. These burgers pair so well with my 4-ingredient garlic aioli, and are even a hit among the meat lovers!
Serve your vegan black bean burgers on a bun, over a salad, or with a side of baked French fries, like these easy vegan cheese fries.
You’ll need a few simple ingredients for these delicious plant-based burgers:
- canned black beans
- oat flour, or sub any other flour or bread crumb
- sautéed onions
- your favorite store-bought BBQ sauce
Mash the black beans in a bowl and mix them together with the remaining ingredients, refrigerate for 15-20 minutes, form into patties and grill when ready to serve!
The refrigeration step can be skipped if you’re in a pinch for time, but I found that it helps keep these burgers together and yields more of a “meatier” veggie burger.
These spicy vegan black bean burgers pair perfectly with the lemon garlic aioli. You can prep them ahead and freeze them for up to 4 months. They’re the perfect protein to pair with your dinners. You guys are going to love them! Check out some other meatless recipes below.