With whole grains, delicious vegetables, and hearty sources of protein, a veggie bowl (also referred to as Buddha bowl) is a popular choice for vegans and non-vegans alike. Renowned for its balanced, but complex flavors, the possible combinations for these bowls are endless. You can have a raw bowl packed with veggies, or maybe something grilled is more of your style. Either way, we have something for everyone. We went through the Food Monster App and found some yummy, but satisfying bowls for you. Lunch will never be boring ever again.
These Tempeh and Spelt Bowls are all things seasonal: roasted root vegetables, earthy grains, maple dressing, and tempeh infused with apple cider and Dijon mustard. Using cider as a marinade is both a seasonal touch and a great way to add sweetness to the tempeh without making it overly syrupy. As for the root vegetables, use a mixture of whichever types you like: parsnips, carrots, beets, rutabagas, onion, sweet potatoes, or celery root. Winter squashes, such as butternut or kabocha, also work well here.
We need some color this time of year, don’t we? This vibrant Peanut Noodle Protein Bowl is packed with flavor and protein — like 25 grams of protein-per-bowl!
The barbecue chickpeas in this Hawaiian Bowl pair perfectly with the sweet pineapple. Pick a barbecue sauce that is not very sweet to help keep flavors balanced. These vegan and gluten-free bowls take only 20 minutes to make!
This 10-Minute Buddha Bowl is a perfect example of a fast yet healthy meal. This delicious veggie bowl is served with a creamy cashew sauce for the perfect touch.
Veggie bowls always fit the bill when you are looking for a quick and easy meal that will still leave you feeling satisfied. The roasting tray for this Roasted Veggie Noodle Bowl is filled up with butternut squash, potatoes, broccoli, and onion. They’re fast and totally righteous.
Impress your friends and family this Hummus and Pearl Barley Bowl, topped with roasted sesame butternut squash and pomegranate seeds! Who says a romantic dinner can’t be healthy?
This Sushi Bowl With Sesame-Crusted Tofu makes a delicious and filling lunch that is great to take to work, school, or a picnic. You can’t go wrong with veggies, tofu, or whatever you want on a bed of delicious rice. This recipe is also great to make if you don’t have the skill or patience to make your own sushi. You can play around with different toppings such as avocado, pumpkin, soybean sprouts, radish, or whatever you feel like.
Ayurveda explains that certain foods affect the qualities of the mind in different ways. This Yogi Bowl uses a balance of the six tastes – sweet, sour, salty, pungent, astringent and bitter – to create a simple and satiating meal, body and mind.
Bowls are the best, everybody knows that. This Soba Bowl has some of your all-time favorite bowl additions; spicy baked tofu, crunchy spinach, fresh broccoli, and sweet cherry tomatoes. It almost assembles itself – tofu goes into the oven, broccoli and noodles are quickly cooked, the tomatoes are halved in no time, and the sauce is whipped up in less than two minutes.
With the mornings and nights becoming chillier, it is great to start incorporating more warming and wholesome foods into your diet. This Rice and Lentil Nourish Bowl is so yummy, nutritious, and will be sure to warm you up!
A grain-free, fried “rice” perfect to add some color to your stir-fry. This Broccoli Fried Rice is simple, beautiful, and low in calories. A delicious alternative to cauliflower rice.
Sriracha is the “red gold” of sauces. If you’re a Sriracha lover like we are, you should really try this recipe; the Sriracha Tofu Bowl. Every bite is as satisfying as the last, and when your plate is empty, though your mouth may be on fire, you’ll be reaching for seconds.
This Fajita Bowl is a hybrid recipe of Mexican and American food! The flavors, crunch, and seasoning are Mexican-inspired. If this is too healthy for you, just skip the salad and replace it with a homemade tortilla. Or omit the rice and use the rest of the ingredients to make some tacos. Either way, the highlight of this recipe is the walnut cauliflower fajita.
The food bowl trend is far from going away! Enjoy this Cuban-inspired meal that features black beans, a refreshing mango salsa, and protein-packed quinoa. It is the idea lunch or dinner choice if you are in a hurry or need to pack food to eat on the go.
To make this Sweet and Sour Sesame Tofu Bowl, this is the perfect “use-what-you-have” marinade that, in all honesty, is comparable to the more traditional sweet and sour sauce you’d buy in the store! Simply marinate the tofu in the sauce we’ve provided (or a new creation of your own) then coat & fry, or bake until crispy. and Add these little bites of flavor to your favorite bowl for an added boost of protein. Dinner never sounded so easy.
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