Yves Veggie Burgers Review

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Today I’m reviewing the Yves Veggie Cuisine Ultimate Veggie Burger. I’ve tried a few different similar items from Costco like the dr.Praeger’s Veggie Burgers and the Don Lee Farms Organic Veggie Bites.

I paid $12.99 Canadian for the box of 12 veggie burgers which in my opinion is quite reasonable! Just over a dollar for a burger.

The burgers can be cooked on the stovetop, barbecue, or microwave. You could also probably cook them in the air fryer. The best before date on the veggie burgers is about a month and a week from the date that I purchased them and the burgers need to be kept refrigerated. You can serve these in a bun like a traditional burger or be a bit creative and add them to a wrap or salad.

One burger is 160 calories, eight grams of fat, seven grams of carbohydrates, four grams of fibre, one gram of sugar, 16 grams of protein and 440 mg of sodium. They’re quite low in carbohydrates and calories and decently high in protein! The main ingredient in the veggie burgers is soy so if you have a soy allergy, be aware these are mostly soy! There are other veggie burgers that have more actual veggies in them, like carrots, broccoli and peppers, but these appear to only have onions as a vegetable in them.

These are very moist veggie burgers, even after barbecuing them. I’ve had dry veggie burgers in the past and these are much moister. I don’t love the flavor, there’s an odd aftertaste, almost like cardboard and mushrooms but there are no mushrooms on the ingredients list. These veggie burgers do slightly resemble meat in flavor. Not a good meat flavor though, almost like a gamey meat flavor. They’re very well seasoned and my husband liked these more than I did. He thought they were one of the better veggie burgers we’ve tried. If you add them to a bun with condiments the individual flavor is less noticeable and it tastes more like a regular burger.

Cost: 9/10

Convenience: 10/10

Nutrition: 6/10

Taste: As a veggie burger my husband gives these an 8 and I give them a 6/10.

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Written by Natalie


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  1. Yves are good They come mostly pre-cooked so it only takes a very light cooking in the air fryer (don’t burn them). Keep frozen and cook up in no time. Great emergency food.

    The Dr. Praeger ones were the worst ever. I imagine the invention happened after someone smushed steamed peas and carrots for their newborn child. Then they ever so lightly compressed them (not really) together into a patty. They fall apart constantly, with any attempt to lift out or flip. It is like trying to re-cook oatmeal. An aweful experience, no matter what cooking method you try (fry, air fry, bake, whatever). Nothing good about them, unless it’s for someone with no teeth (baby).

  2. I think Yves makes the best vegetarian burgers whether they’re soy or mushroom. Anything else is like eating cardboard (or worse) in our opinion.

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