Vegan Cheeseburger Pasta Bake with Vegusto

Towards the end of Vegan MoFo, Vegusto offered ten bloggers the chance to receive a free New Customers Special and come up with a recipe using several or all of the products included. If you’re interested, this pack is available for the very reduced price of £10.00 on the Vegusto website, including next day delivery!

As one of the lucky winners, I received my parcel on Tuesday and got straight to work! My package contained:

200g No Moo Melty
2 Mushroom Burgers
90g Mild ‘Cheese’
90g Piquant ‘Cheese’
115g Farmhouse Sausage

I didn’t use all the products in my recipe, because I thought that might be a bit of a flavour overload, but instead opted for the melting cheese and the burgers.
I’ve been seeing a lot of recipes for cheeseburger bakes on the internet and thought this would be the perfect thing to veganise using the products I was sent.

Vegan Cheeseburger Pasta Bake

Serves 2


150g pasta, cooked according to package instructions
1 bundle swiss chard
Vegusto Mushroom Burgers
100g Vegusto No Moo Melty
1 tin plum tomatoes
1 tsp oregano
salt & pepper

Vegan Cheeseburger Pasta Bake 2Place your cooked pasta into a glass dish. In a small bowl, crush the plum tomatoes with your hands until they are very fine (I had to get used to this, smooshing tomatoes between your fingers is a bit strange…) and mix them with the swiss chard (or any leafy green of your choice), salt, pepper and oregano. Spread the entire mixture over your pasta. Crumble both burgers into the dish and give everything a good mix, making sure that all your pasta is coated in sauce. Lastly, cut the cheese into chunks and sprinkle on top. Bake at 200°C for 20 minutes and enjoy!

Vegan Cheeseburger Pasta Bake With VegustoSorry about the awful photo, all the light had gone by the time I pulled the Cheeseburger Pasta Bake out of the oven! As you can see, the cheese doesn’t spread too much, but it tastes like melted mozzarella. Yum.

Bonus Recipe – Vegusto Farmhouse Sausage & Beetroot Pizza Pitta

Vegusto Farmhouse Sausage and Beetroot Pitta Pizza

Jake came up with this recipe and is letting me include it as a little bonus. This is an ideal quick lunch if you have some beetroot roasted & ready in your fridge!
Top a wholemeal pitta with:

organic houmous
roasted beetroot
Vegusto Farmhouse Sausage
cayenne pepper


Have you made anything with Vegusto products? If so, leave your link below so I can have a nosey :)


Disclaimer: These products were sent to me free of charge by Vegusto for the purpose of creating a recipe. Please know that I will always give a 100% honest review of products featured on this blog and will never falsify my opinion. If I don’t like a product, I wouldn’t want you to go out and buy it only to be disappointed!



  1. October 4, 2013 / 1:20 pm

    All I’ve done so far with my pack is make a cheese sandwich with the piquant! Now it’s the weekend I’ll have more time to think of some good meals to make with the rest, I hope!

    • October 8, 2013 / 5:33 pm

      Thank you Helen! Aw :( can you get vegusto in france?

  2. October 18, 2013 / 12:50 pm

    Yum!! Cheeseburger pasta bake?! You’re a genius! Thanks for doing something so rad with your prize, I can’t wait to see what else you make.

    • October 18, 2013 / 12:56 pm

      Thanks! So glad you’re reading :)

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