How to Make a Buddha Bowl•
Posted on November 27 2018
How to Make a Buddha Bowl (Recipe)
How To Make Buddha Bowls
Are Buddha bowls some sort of meditation bowl? Are these for Buddha’s only?
Wtf is a Buddha bowl?
Buddha bowls are basically a hearty bowl of food, thrown together to create a meal. The average Buddha bowl contains greens like kale or spinach, your choice of grains like rice or quinoa, a variety of cooked and fresh vegetables, and even a starch like sweet or regular potatoes. You can honestly add anything your heart desires. It’s similar to a Chipotle burrito bowl, but any taste or style you’d like. Add any sauces and toppings like sriracha and a variety of nuts and seeds.
Buddha bowls don’t have to always be cooked. You can also make raw buddha bowls with zoodles, sprouts, green onions, kale, edamame, red cabbage, avocado, lime and sesame seeds.
Buddha bowls are essentially your food displayed pretty in a bowl, usually colorful and appetizing. They are perfect for meal prepping and creating meals on a budget. I have a standard Buddha bowl recipe I created for my clients/customers to purchase. My standard bowl includes quinoa, beans, spinach, sweet potatoes, broccoli, tomatoes, and avocado.
Below is a list to help you choose different varieties to create on your own.
How To Make A Buddha Bowl
Sweet Potato Noodles
Any Salad Mix
Any variety of veggies
Any Fruit of choice
What’s your favorite Buddha bowl combo?
peace & light,
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