These are 9 of the best ever 9 gluten-free hamburger buns that actually taste good! You are going to love these recipes bun or no-bun. I am really excited about this recipe post. It is really hard to go to a BBQ when you can’t eat half the food they serve.
And we have a lot of BBQ’s with my parents and siblings, especially during the summer. Anytime we can use our grill we go for it! I can now use some of these recipes at our family events and feel like part of the group! These will work well for the whole family and I won’t have to make 3 different versions of one meal.
No hamburgers or hot dogs for you unless you don’t eat the bun. Now that doesn’t sound very exciting to me, because it isn’t. So I thought about it and decided that I would like to find as many good Gluten Free Hamburger Buns Recipes as I can and also burgers with no bun that actually taste good.
I tried and tried to find a hamburger bun recipe that just uses regular old gluten-free flour mix and I couldn’t find one. Not even on the Bob’s Red Mill website. Their recipe uses several different kinds of flour mixed together like some of the recipes below.
I just think it’s easier and cheaper to buy one bag of flour rather than 4 or 5 and measure them out and mix them together. But, I guess we’re out of luck on this one.
I did find quite a recipes hamburgers made with vegetables as buns that I think are quite good. Some of the options for gluten free hamburger buns are Zucchini buns, cauliflower buns and sweet potato buns. You could also use a tomato sliced in half or a bed of lettuce or spinach as a bun.
They would just be a little messier to eat. I think a lot of the appeal of a bun is that you can pick it up and eat it with your hands. All of these kinds of buns make that possible but there is no gluten so it’s awesome.
You better check them out right now!
If you like these gluten-free hamburger buns, you may also like these recipes:
Gluten Free Hamburger Buns Recipes
1. Fluffy White Gluten Free Burger Buns – Vegan Richa
Most gluten-free bun recipes are flat but this recipe uses white rice flour, brown rice flour and a little oat flour with yogurt to give it the fluffy soft texture. These hamburger buns are also vegan.
2. Hamburger Bun – Allergy Free Alaska
This recipe is doesn’t even taste gluten-free, they have a lot of flavor and are soft like “regular” buns. These are a good option if you have people who both normally eat gluten and gluten-free individuals. These are versatile buns that would work well for not just hamburgers but chicken, veggie patties, pulled pork, egg sandwiches or any other toppings you like with buns.
3. Hamburger Bun – A Girl Worth Saving
These gluten-free hamburger buns are not sweet but A Girl Worth Saving, suggests you want to add a little sweetness you can add a little honey to the recipe. The buns have a nice texture to them.
4. Zucchini Buns – Simply Quinoa
Zucchini, Eggplant or Summer Squash
If you want a gluten-free option and don’t care about having an actual bun. You can try this turkey burger option and use zucchini, eggplant, or summer squash as an alternative for the bun.
5. Sweet Potato Bun Sliders – Our Four Forks
Sweet Potato – Portobello Mushrooms – Red Peppers – Onion
If you are trying to get more whole foods in your meals you might enjoy this recipe which uses sweet potatoes as the bun and has a creamy almond pesto sauce and cashew “mayo” with a variety of vegetables including portobello mushrooms as the meat substitute for the burger.
6. Zucchini Bun Slider Burgers – Strictly Delicious
You might want to try this recipe as well if you are looking for an alternative for buns. The recipe uses zucchini as the buns that hold the whole burger together with the ground beef patty and your favorite burger toppings. This burger makes it possible for those who still want to enjoy a hearty burger without a traditional bun!
7. Cajun Burgers with Sweet Potato Buns – Faith Food Fitness
This recipe uses sweet potatoes for the substitute of the bun. The burgers hide vegetables and combined with a flavorful cajun style beef patty. This burger without the traditional bun is a good option for those trying to get more whole foods and vegetables in their meals.
8. Cauliflower Bread Buns – Kirbies Cravings
Most people have probably heard of cauliflower pizza crust but have you tried a cauliflower bun for your hamburger. The cauliflower buns recipe is similar to the pizza crust recipe but must be thicker and sturdier in order to hold the patty and all the other toppings on the burger.
9. The Best Hamburger Sliders with Mushroom Cap Buns – Fresh Menu Planner
For this last recipe option, they use mushroom caps as the bun for the burger with some simple seasoning and traditional burger toppings like tomato, onion, and lettuce.