They are a great school lunch or uni snack and can be enjoyed warm or cold!Ingredients1 tin of black beans, drained1 tbs coconut oil½ cup oats½ cup buckwheat / gf / plain flour½ cup hemp seeds1 tsp cumin1 tsp paprikaSalt & pepperJuice of ½ lemon1 large carrot, grated1 onion, finely diced1 tsp crushed garlic2-3 sprigs of parsley, finely choppedMethodTurn on the oven to 180’CPop the drained black beans and the coconut oil in a blender and mix into a paste (chunks are ok, in fact they’re encouraged).In a large mixing bowl, place the oats, flour, hemp seeds, cumin, paprika and salt & pepper. Stir until combined.Then, add your black bean paste, lemon juice, grated carrot, finely diced onion, garlic and parsley.Combine! You (or the kids!) might need to get your hands dirty and mix by hand to create a well-combined and sticky mixture. If it’s dry, you can add a little more lemon juice or 1-2tbs of water.Roll into little burger size balls (approx. 1-2tbs of mixture), place on to prepared baking trays and flatten slightly. I made about 24 burgers from this mixture.Place in the oven and cook for 20 mins, flip and cook for a further 20mins until golden and crunchy.Once cooked, leave to cool on your trays. Store in an airtight container and enjoy!