A few weeks ago I was given the opportunity to try Sunshine Burgers. Sunshine Burgers are America’s #1 brand of Organic Veggie Burgers. But until now, I had not heard of Sunshine Burgers. Sunshine Burgers were created by Carol Debberman who started making them for her kids at home over thirty years ago.
Sunshine Burgers are made with certified organic, verified Non-GMO whole food ingredients, free of gluten, soy, corn, canola, peanuts, tree nuts, dairy or eggs. I recently found out I am allergic to milk and am gluten sensitive so knowing that these were free of dairy and gluten really appealed to me.
I thought I would get one or two flavors to try. Nope! I got the whole kit ‘n’ caboodle. It was a happy surprise!
Not pictured: falafel.
I took to social media to see what flavor I should try first and after overwhelming vote, I tried Loco Chipotle. And it was tasty! Actually all of them are. There are so flavorful, easy to cook, and make for easy portability. The burgers are already are fully cooked, so they don’t actually need to be cooked—just brought back up to room temperature. I utilized the microwave a lot with them just because of work, and it was like the easiest, no brainer thing to do.
Also, look at that bottom picture more closely – you can see the beans and the carrots. Even some of my friends from the gym who saw my many picture postings of the burgers commented on the same thing. Seeing the actual ingredients, in addition to being able to pronounce the ingredients, made me enjoy the burgers that much more. They were a great easy addition to salads and quinoa I also ate during the week.
Two recipes I made with the Sunshine Burgers – the first one pictured above is a chipotle wrap:
1 loco chipotle sunshine burger
1 ezekiel wrap
1/4 cup of avocado cubed
optional: light ranch dressing, shredded cheddar
Instructions: heat up the burger according to instructions and crumble up with the spinach and avocado. Assemble into wrap, top with cheddar and dressing, fold and eat. Of course you can use whatever veggies and toppings you’d like.
The second was an egg-sunshine burger scramble (see above).
Ingredients: egg whites, southwest sunshine burger.
Directions: cook egg whites thoroughly and added crumbled sunshine burger and cook until eggs are set. Top with your favorite toppings: cheese, ketchup, hot sauce, salt, pepper, etc.
I really need easy and quick with my crazy day to day.
Anyway, I definitely recommend sunshine burgers! Tasty, convenient, not pricey at all, and no tummy troubles. A win all around! They have definitely found a permanent place in my home. Where can you find sunshine burgers? Click here to find a store-locator – and check out their site for even more fun, tasty recipes!!
Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by FitApproach and Sunshine Burgers. All opinions are my own. Hi friends! A few weeks ago I was given the opportunity to try Sunshine Burgers. Sunshine Burgers are America’s #1 brand of Organic Veggie Burgers. But until now, I had not heard of Sunshine Burgers. Sunshine Burgers were created by Carol Debberman who…Read More