Wholesome Recipe: Turkey Brunch Burger with Arugula, Shallot, & Maple Syrup

1 Like Comment

This turkey breakfast burger is a good brunch choice for these in search of a filling meal with out the hours of prep that may go right into a full brunch unfold. It additionally affords loads of room for private touches; we used a brioche bun, which is completely high quality for the occasional indulgent brunch, however for a more healthy on a regular basis choice you may swap it for a whole-wheat English muffin or 100 p.c whole-wheat burger bun. Should you’re keeping track of your carbs, wrap your burger in a few giant leaves of lettuce. The thick turkey patty on this burger is moist and flavorful, and the addition of contemporary sage reminds us of traditional breakfast sausages. 

Prime it with a runny egg and a splash of sizzling sauce to offer it somewhat kick, and also you’re able to eat! 


2 oz (60 g) floor lean turkey

½ teaspoon contemporary or dry sage

1 tablespoon shallot or pink onion, finely chopped 

½ teaspoon pure maple syrup

Nonstick spray

1 skinny slice white cheddar cheese

1 egg


black pepper

1 bun of your selection (this recipe makes use of a brioche bun, however you may swap for a whole-wheat English muffin, or lettuce wrap)

¼ cup arugula

Scorching sauce (elective)


Add turkey, sage, shallot (or onion), and syrup right into a small bowl and blend till mixed.

Place a skillet over medium warmth and spray with nonstick spray. 

Kind the turkey into a skinny patty and place in pan. Cook dinner on both sides for about 4 minutes till the middle is agency to the contact. Place a slice of cheese on prime and cook dinner till melted, take away from pan.

Spray pan with nonstick spray and crack egg into the middle. Sprinkle with salt and pepper and cook dinner till whites are strong, about 4 minutes.

Toast your bread after which place arugula on the bottom, prime along with your turkey patty, then the egg. Add a splash of sizzling sauce earlier than inserting the bun on prime.

Makes one serving. 


Utilizing brioche bun

Energy 510

Protein 30 g

Complete fats 21 g

Saturated fats 10 g

Ldl cholesterol 265 mg

Carbs 49 g

Fiber zero g

Complete sugars eight g

Added sugars 2 g

Sodium 670 mg


Utilizing whole-wheat English muffin

Energy 360

Protein 30 g

Complete fats 14 g

Saturated fats 6 g

Ldl cholesterol 215 mg

Carbs 32 g

Fiber zero g

Complete sugars eight g

Added sugars 2 g

Sodium 470 mg


Utilizing lettuce leaves to wrap patty

Energy 230

Protein 25 g

Complete fats 12 g

Saturated fats 6 g

Ldl cholesterol 215 mg

Carbs 5 g

Fiber 1 g

Complete sugars three g

Added sugars 2 g

Sodium 230 mg

Leave your vote

Spread the love



You might like

About the Author: admin

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Log In

Forgot password?

Forgot password?

Enter your account data and we will send you a link to reset your password.

Your password reset link appears to be invalid or expired.

Log in

Privacy Policy

Add to Collection

No Collections

Here you'll find all collections you've created before.