13 Healthy Buddha Bowl Meals Anyone Can Make
Taste the rainbow
After a gluttonous few weeks (OK, months) of holiday eating, we’re ready for a cleanse. But none of this liquid-only, calorie-counting business. Something we can feel good about eating: the Buddha bowl. Essentially a mishmash of protein, veggies and grains, this Pinterest-worthy meal is also an easy way to use up leftover produce. Healthy, efficient and delicious? Bring on the bowls.
Korean Barbecue Stir-Fry Bowl
Can’t decide between sweet and savory—or heck, even spicy? This is the perfect combination of flavors for every craving you might have.
Thai-Style Bowl with Peanut Sauce
Sort of like pad Thai, but way healthier.
Egg and Veggie Breakfast Bowl
The best part of waking up? Digging into one of these babies.
Cuban Quinoa Bowl
What can we say? We have a diverse palate.
Roasted Veggie Bowl
Roasted or raw, any veggie can go into this mean green bowl. (Might we suggest a Greek yogurt, lemon juice and cilantro dressing on top?)
Winter Harvest Bowl
If you prefer a warm lunch, toss everything—rice, lentils, squash and broccoli—into a pot until it’s cooked through to your liking.
Winter Harvest Bowl with Egg
Similar idea, but with a soft-boiled egg on top for extra protein (and some extra likes on the 'gram).
Vegan Buddha Bowl
Fluffy quinoa meets crispy chickpeas and, oh yes, our mouths.
Kale, Avocado, Orange and Wild Rice Bowl
With a sprinkle of pomegranate and pumpkin seeds on top for added crunch.
Cauliflower Rice Bowl
Easiest way to cut some carbs and cals? Swap your pasta with zuchini and your rice with cauliflower.
Spring Roll Bowl
It’s like noodles and salad had a really delicious baby.
Sweet Potato Bowl
As if we needed another reason to eat sweet potatoes.
Spicy Barbeuc Polenta Bowls
Get ready, guys: Pan-fried polenta, barbecue chickpeas and a hefty dollop of ranch hummus. Heaven.