These Guac-Stuffed Burgers with Roasted Portobello Buns are one heck of a meal! Loaded with healthy fats and veggies packing a whole lot of flavor, you won’t miss more traditional burger toppings like cheese and ketchup. These are great served with sweet potato fries (with guacamole to dip) and/or a crisp green salad. Of course, you can use the Roasted Portobello Buns for other burgers or sandwiches, too!
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- Preheat the oven to 400F.
- Combine the meat, fat, salt, and pepper by hand and form into four balls, then make a little dip in the middle of each for the filling.
- Spoon a tablespoon-full of the guac into the center of the patties. Place the remaining two patties on top and pinch the sides closed. Arrange on a foil-lined baking sheet.
- Scrape the gills out of the mushrooms and brush the top and bottom of each cap with coconut oil. Sprinkle with salt, then arrange bottom-up on the baking sheet.
- Bake 10 minutes, then flip over the mushrooms and bake an additional 10 minutes.
- Serve the burgers sandwiched between two portobello mushrooms with the lettuce and any extra guac or additional toppings.