Buddha bowls are one of the hottest trends and they are not just for adults. We use the Buddha bowl concept to create delicious throw together meals for our family using leftovers and produce that needs to be used up! Here are 10 ideas to get you started. If you are interested in our post about getting kids to eat more salad click here.
To make a buddha bowl for kids try to include a balance of food types using foods that your kids love. Here is the recipe...
There is something magnetic about a colorful, delicious, and healthy Buddha bowl. Right? Often, if done correctly, they’re so visually appealing it’s almost a dang shame to eat them. I said, almost. Find this one here
Despite it’s pretentious name, this Buddha Bowl has a lot to offer. It’s loaded with a variety of highly nutritious ingredients you should eat, at least once in a while, and it’s delicious enough to make the whole scenario pleasant and enjoyable. Recipe here
These whole food bowls are designed to be a combination of different ingredients arranged in segmented piles and are based on eating an abundance of different foods with different nutrients giving you a complete meal! Only one in 20 Australians eat their recommended 5 serves of veggies per day, it's so important to start spreading the word on how people can do this! Making a Buddha bowl is one super easy way! Here's how to build one:
This vibrant bowl is packed with nutrients to keep you full for hours. Find the recipe here
This bright, fun, and nutrition-packed dinner is super easy to prepare, and even more fun to put together! Who could say no to this vibrant dinner option? Recipe here
I love this delicious bowl of food because it's got crunch, color, lots of spices, and fresh flavors. Find the recipe here
We use winter vegetables in this winter buddha bowl to create hearty flavors, designed to fill you up (and keep you full). Let’s take a look at the ingredients and break down why this dish works.
Can’t you just imagine this bowl being served at a vegan restaurant? Well, why not make it in the comfort of your own home? It looks like it would take a long time to prepare, but it only set me back about 25 minutes of prep time. Recipe here
Essentially, a “Buddha bowl” is a dynamo, all-in-one meal comprised of healthy ingredients like grains, roasted veggies, nuts, and greens piled into a bowl, then topped with a yummy sauce or dressing. Buddha bowls are a great way both to repurpose leftover odds and ends and to hit every food group in a single dish. Find the recipe for this veggie bowl here