Bounty Burgers

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Price: RRP $12.00 per pack of four

Recently I’d heard a few murmurs about Bounty Burgers and how deliciously awesome they are so I decided I’d give them a try. Luckily there was a stall at the Cruelty Free Festival in Sydney so I tucked into one at the festival and also grabbed a box to take home.

So what are the best things about these burgers? Well, the major drawcard is the fact each burger is only 95 calories! They’re not tiny discs either, so whether you decide to throw these babies on a bun with a heckload of condiments or on a plate with some salad or vegetables, you’re guaranteed a fully satisfying meal.

They’re also high protein, low fat, high fibre, low carb, environmentally friendly and completely vegan (of course)! They’re super easy to cook as well, I just popped mine in the toaster and by the time I could prepare a salad, they were cooked to perfection.

All of this means absolutely nothing unless they taste bitchin’, right? Luckily for us and the creators of Bounty Burgers, they are super tasty. Kind of a TVP vibe that goes super crunchy on the outside and moist on the inside. They hold together really well so there’s no need to worry about them falling apart.

If you’re looking for a super easy, ultra tasty and pretty darn healthy meal option, give some Bounty Burgers a try. I even ordered four more boxes today! While you’re at it, give their Facebook a like as well to stay up to date with all things Bounty Burger.


  • I quite liked these, but I found them a little bland when they first came out.. Will try them again, I think! They kinda reminded me of the Lord of the Fries burgers.

    • Chelsey

      Hi Matthew!

      They definitely need some sauce to go with them or they can be a bit dry but I still love them! I had them last night and brushed some barbecue sauce over each one while cooking. Maybe give that a go?