5 Low-Carb Bunless Burger Recipes

After a whole week with 5 delicious low-carb bunless burger recipes you now have lots of options to choose from and make one of them or all of them this summer. To make things easier for you, I’ve rounded up 5 bunless burger recipes from the #bunlessburgerweek.

All these recipes are made without buns, but yet they are so delicious as you don’t need bread to make a burger tastes yummy, right? What you need is good seasoning, sauces, toppings and good quality meat, turkey or salmon. 

5 Low-Carb Bunless Burger Recipes - Primavera Kitchen

It’s time to kick off the grilling season by firing up the grill with delicious low carb, paleo, gluten-free and whole30 burgers. Get the satisfaction of a delicious burger without all the tons of carbs that come with buns and enjoy summer in a health way 😉 All recipes are not only low-carb, but whole30, paleo and gluten-free.

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What you will need to make these Low-carb Bunless Burger recipes:

  1. A large bowl to mix all the ingredients together.
  2. A grill pan if you don’t have a BBQ. I love this one because it’s cast iron that creates a uniform heat distribution and makes authentic grill marks. It’s compatible with all cook tops including induction, it’s oven safe and it’s easy-to-hold with the side handles. I have one and I use all the time.
  3. A BBQ – you don’t need to have one to make these burger since you can make them using a grill pan, but if you have a bbq, you can make your burgers on a bbq and they will be delicious. I love this small one from Weber because I live in a condo, so it fits perfectly in my patio. And it really does an excellent job.
  4. A food Thermometer – It’s essential to make sure your food reaches a safe internal temperature to eat. So, if you prefer your burger to be medium rare, the internal temperature should be around 140F. Or if you like your burger medium well a temperature of 150 to 155F is perfect. And if you are like me and prefer a well done burger, the best temperature is 160 to 165F.

So, let’s jump to the recipes and make these delicious low-carb bunless burger recipes this summer 😉

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1. Whole30 Bunless Turkey Burger Recipe

This Whole30 Bunless Turkey Burger Recipe is not only healthy (low-carb, paleo, gluten-free), but it’s also one of the flavorful turkey burger recipes you’ll ever try! All because of the Dijon mustard, onion and garlic powder inside of the burger and the avocado sauce too! On top of that, the grilled zucchini makes you want to eat this Bunless Turkey Burger over and over again. Yum!

2. Low-Carb Salmon Burgers with Avocado Coleslaw

This Low-Carb Salmon Burgers with Avocado Coleslaw recipe is an easy, quick, healthy and delicious meal that’s ready in 20 minutes! The avocado sauce from the coleslaw salad is insanely good. It’s dairy-free, but very creamy and super easy to make. It’s also paleo, whole30, and gluten-free.

3. Spinach Sauce Bunless Burger

Spinach Sauce Bunless Burger is a delicious low-carbpaleogluten-free and whole30 burger recipe that is perfect for a light summer lunch or dinner. The spinach sauce is a great addition to this burger and it’s made with lots of spinach, homemade mayo, avocado, garlic and olive oil.

4. Easy Low-carb Bunless Burgers

If you’re looking for a quick low-carb option to your favorite burger recipe, I’m sure you will love these Easy Low-carb Bunless Burgers recipe, made with ground turkey, paprika, chili powder, cumin and garlic! Very flavorful and guilt-free also.

5. Portobello Mushroom Bun Burgers with Guacamole

Portobello Mushroom Bun Burgers with Guacamole makes a delicious and healthy bunless burger recipe and tops it off with a perfect homemade guacamole.

Now, it’s your turn. Which low-carb bunless burger recipe is your favourite and why? How do you like to make yours? Share with us. And if you make one of these bunless burger recipes don’t forget to use the hashtag #bunlessburgerweek on Instagram so I can see your re-creation 😉