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Build Your Own Buddha Bowl + 15 Healthy Buddha Bowl Recipes
by Amanda Keefer //
May 13, 2019
(Last Updated On: May 25, 2021)
If you’ve never heard of a Buddha Bowl, it might just become your new favorite meal. A Buddha Bowl, also known as a rice bowl, quinoa bowl or salad bowl, is a bowl full of delicious ingredients for a hearty meal.
While most Buddha Bowls have a whole grain base, like rice or quinoa, the base can also be salad, pasta, roasted potatoes – the possibilities are endless!
The base is then topped with a combination of tasty ingredients like proteins, fruits, veggies, cheese, nuts, dressings and so much more. The best part? You can totally customize for your own (or your family’s) tastes! Buddha bowls are also great for meal prep – prep a handful of ingredients then mix and match all week for delicious meals,
Here’s a guide to Build Your Own Buddha Bowl. Print a copy for your fridge and get cooking!
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These protein packed vegan Buddha bowls are loaded with colorful veggies, sweet potatoes, roasted chickpeas and cashews, all topped off with a creamy tahini dressing. An easy recipe that’s loaded with nutrition!
Harvest Buddha Bowl with Lemon Tahini Dressing is made with fresh spiralized beet and sweet potato noodles, spiralized apple, chickpeas, spinach and more! Pack this bowl for lunch to fuel up for the day.
These bowls are the simplified way to enjoy all the flavors of a California Roll in a fraction of the time! You get a hearty bowl of sushi rice layered together with so many delicious flavors and textures.
Amanda’s marketing, public relations and community outreach experience spans 20 years. She is the mom of two girls and two boxer dogs. You can hear her as the host of the Healthy Family Project podcast, find her cooking alongside her girls in videos on the Produce for Kids Instagram feed or spot her out volunteering with her family. When not in the office, Amanda can be found with her family on the tennis courts or at the dance studio.