Sweet Potato Chickpea Burger
- 1 large sweet potato, cooked
- 1 [15 oz] can of chickpeas drained and rinsed
- 1 [15 oz] can of cannellini beans drained and rinsed
- 1 cup of diced bell pepper
- 3 cloves of fresh garlic, minced
- 3 flax eggs (9 tablespoons water 3 tablespoons of flaxseed oil
- 1.5-2 cups of rolled gluten free oats [not instant]
- 2-4 TBSP of your favorite healthy oil
- 1 tsp garlic powder
- 1/2 tsp salt
- 1 package of Super FydoPHoods
We used Fydo PawTien: Pea Protein, Organic Peanut Butter Powder, Organic Whole Pumpkin, Gluten Free Nutritional Yeast, Spinach, Organic Nomi, Organic Honey Dehydrated , Organic Red Bell Pepper, Coconut Water
- To start, prep your flax eggs by adding 9 tablespoons of water to 3 tablespoons of flax seeds oil.
- Whisk together and refrigerate for 15-30 minutes to set.
- Bake or boil your sweet potato and remove/discard the skin. Set aside.
- Drain and rinse beans, then add to the sweet potato.
- Chop and sauté bell pepper, in approx 2-4 tablespoons of oil
- Add garlic and continue to saute until the veggies are tender.
- While they cook, use a large wooden spoon or potato masher to partially mash the beans, but not fully. You can also lightly chop them in a food processor or blender if desired, but try to keep them chunky.
- For the oats, they can be left whole or “chopped” by grinding them in a blender or food processor.
- Once your veggies are ready, transfer to a large bowl with the beans, sweet potato, flax eggs, and raw oats. I
- In order to gauge how much of the oats to add, start by adding 1 and 1/2 cups and mix thoroughly. Next take a look at your mixture. It should be a little on the chunky side and slightly sticky. If it feels too wet to form into proper veggie burgers you’ll want to add an extra half cup.
- Add in your favorite Super FydoPHood package
- Good to go? The next step is to form the bean and veggie mix into balls.
- Bake at 350 20 minutes .
- To freeze: simply cook the burgers and allow to cool a bit, and then freeze [spaced] on a plate or cookie sheet. Once they’ve had a chance to partially freeze you can pile them in baggies or your favorite airtight container for fast food without the freaky ingredients.