LISA’S TIP – Not only are these plant-based burgers full of flavour, but they’re freezer friendly too – so why not make a big batch of them so that you’ve always got some ready to go when a burger craving strikes?! To cook from frozen, place the burgers onto a lined baking sheet and into an oven pre-heated to 200°C and bake until the outside is crispy, and the centre is piping hot. And if burgers aren’t your thing, then these make great meat-free meatballs to – just divide the mixture into 12 balls, cook as above and serve with your favourite tomato sauce and some freshly cooked pasta. If you want to make these vegan-friendly, then replace the hen’s egg with a flax egg and use your favourite vegan friendly toppings – there are some great vegan cheeses, mayonnaises and even brioche-style burger buns out there now! If you can’t get hold of quinoa flakes, then you can use oats instead – if you need these to be gluten-free then make sure you opt for certified gluten-free oats and use gluten-free burger buns.