Sprouts Market is usually a great call for meat free options. This in house veggie burger is more in the old-school format, you know the type; thin hockey puck based around soy as the ingredient. The burgers come frozen four to a non-resealable pack.
Cooking: Bake em, pan fry em, air fry em. Just don’t microwave em, huh?
Taste and texture: This was a bland, mushy, meh. Texturally and taste wise there was nothing here to make them leap out of the freezer again for me. There are far better veggie burgers out there. Far. See our list.
Verdict: A disappointingly mediocre veggie burger, albeit one with relatively restrained salt and fat. Maybe worth a look in for those more nutritionally-concerned, but otherwise, skip.
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1 thought on “Sprouts Original Grillers Veggie Burgers review”
Sure, maybe not as elevated as the leading edge meat-replicator competitor options, but I found it to hold up really well in the cast iron on the stovetop for a few minutes per side. The price compared to Beyond or Impossible patties is especially appealing. Paired great with all my fave burger toppings.