Vegan Valentine's Day Gifts
Sweet Earth - Awesome Bacon Burger, 2 Pack, 8ozBrand - Sweet Earth
Celebrate the power of plants with Sweet Earth’s plant-based Awesome Burgers - packed full of protein and fiber and free from GMOs.
- Two quarter pounder Awesome Burgers
- Chock full of plant-based protein
- Source of fiber
- Keep refrigerated or frozen
The lettuce, the tomato, the wonderful toasted bun…there’s nothing quite like a good, juicy burger. With Sweet Earth’s Awesome Burger, you can go back to enjoying your favorite barbeque classic totally guilt-free.
Stunningly tender and juicy, these burgers will quickly become a staple when you fire up the grill. Whether you decide to go all out or enjoy these Awesome Burgers on their own, you will not be disappointed!
Made with plant-based ingredients, Sweet Earth’s Awesome Burgers are a fantastic vegan-friendly alternative. There’s a whole bunch of protein and fiber in them too. They are also totally all-natural, with absolutely no GMOs.
Make sure to eat or freeze within three days of opening the packet. Do not refreeze!
Water, textured pea protein, coconut oil, wheat gluten, canola oil, 2% or less of methylcellulose, natural flavors, distilled vinegar, fruit and vegetable juice concentrate (color), dried malted barley extract, dried vinegar, cultured corn starch, sea salt, salt, ascorbic acid, thiamine hydrochloride (vitamin b1), potassium chloride.
Allergens: Wheat, Tree Nuts (Coconut)
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the best way to prepare Sweet Earth’s Awesome Burger?
Whether you grill them or cook them up in a skillet, these Awesome Burgers are going to be stellar! If you want to get them ready on the stovetop, preheat a non-stick skillet over medium-high heat and then add a teaspoon of high-heating cooking oil. Cook for about 8 minutes, flipping occasionally until the patties reach an internal temperature of approx. 165°F.
If you want to barbecue, simply brush both sides with oil and grill on medium heat for about 12 minutes or until they reach an internal temperature of approx. 165°F, flipping occasionally.