Buddha bowls may have started as a vegan food trend, but don’t limit yourself. The formula is simple: healthy grains or starch, protein, and raw or cooked vegetables. You can prepare the portions ahead of time and even mix and match, making them a great weeknight meal.
- Quinoa, couscous, bulgur, freekeh, barley
- Brown rice, wild rice, black rice
- Rice noodles
- GF or whole wheat pasta
- Sweet potatoes, pumpkin, squash
- Tofu or tempeh
- Chickpeas, edamame, beans
- Lean meat
- Salad greens and sprouts
- Cucumber, carrot, celery, tomatoes
- Broccoli, cauliflower
- Mushrooms or olives
- Onion, garlic, shallots
- Broccoli, asparagus, corn, bell pepper
- Hummus, cashew dip, pesto
- Avocado, guacamole, salsa, cheese
- Greek yogurt
- Vinaigrette or olive oil
- Soy sauce, peanut sauce, sweet chili sauce
- Fresh herbs, peanuts, sesame seeds
Completely vegan-friendly and gluten-free, this falafel skips the traditional deep-fried method and is instead baked in a hot oven. It makes for a far lighter but no less tasty version than you could get at any side street kebab shop!
This Kale and Quinoa Veggie Bowl is full of superfoods that offer protein, fiber, and healthy fats.
This combination of an ancient grain and the hottest trend makes for a delicious meal for you and your family. This beautiful and tasty recipe has only 7 ingredients, is easy to make, and features creamy avocado, fresh spinach, sweet cherry tomatoes, and quinoa seasoned with zesty pesto.
Assemble a healthy and delicious burrito bowl with these perfectly grilled juicy chicken breasts in just 30 minutes.
A wholesome meal that incorporates the best of everything, the Buddha bowl is a balance of all things good. That is one noble truth we can definitely get behind.