I have been eating Sunshine Burgers for the past few years. I was initially attracted to them because they were free of soy and used sunflower seeds and brown rice as a base. Now Sunshine Burger has added more variety to their line-up. This is just in time for the summer grilling season. It’s not necessary to feel left out just because you don’t eat meat, right? I do eat meat, but sometimes prefer veggie burgers…it just depends on my mood.
- Loco Chipotle: Organic cooked black beans, organic ground raw sunflower seeds, organic cooked sprouted brown rice, organic carrots, chipotle pepper, organic chia seeds, organic hemp seeds, organic paprika, organic cumin, organic onion, organic garlic, organic green pepper, sea salt, organic cilantro, organic jalapeño pepper.
- Quarter Pound Original: Ground raw sunflower seeds, brown rice, carrots, herbs, sea salt. (Same recipe as Garden Herb, but 50% thicker.)
- Shiitake Mushroom: Organic raw ground sunflower seeds, organic brown rice, organic carrots, organic quinoa, organic shiitake mushrooms, organic onion, organic garlic, sea salt.
More about Sunshine Burger:
In 1983, Carol started making Sunshine Burgers at home for her children. The recipe was such a success that a small business was born. Since then, Sunshine Burger has been dedicated to offering you delicious, wholesome vegan burgers made with non-GMO, organic whole food ingredients.
The burgers can be found at Whole Foods and other select health food stores across the US. Have you tried Sunshine Burgers? Do you have a favorite variety?