17 Superfood-Packed Buddha Bowls

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I’m not exactly sure how Buddah bowls came to be, but I’d like to thank the creator. You can think of them as a salad, but also involving cooked food, not just raw ingredients. The best part is, Buddha bowls are versatile and can be adapted to special diets and your own preferences, of course! If you’re still not sure whether it’s worth trying them, take a look at these delicious and healthy Buddha bowl recipes.

Buddha Bowl

Buddha Bowls

The women I’m featuring today know their way around the kitchen! These recipes are mouth-watering delicious.

17. Italian Style Buddha Bowl

The Frugal Foodieby @frugalfoodiemama

Mediterranean flavors and pasta in a Buddha bowl sounds intriguing, right?

Get the recipe: Italian Style Buddha Bowl

16. Berry Green Buddha Bowl With Lemon Avocado Kale Mint Dressing

Spoonful of Flavorby @Spoonfulofflavor

I just have to say there are a lot of flavors in this Buddha bowl but it still sounds like something you’d want to try and I’m sure there won’t be any regrets.

Get the recipe: Berry Green Buddha Bowl With Lemon Avocado Kale Mint Dressing

Bouddha Bowl

Vegan and plant-based meal that’s super easy to make. It features brown rice, greens, tofu, sweet potato, and figs.

Get the recipe: Bouddha Bowl

15. Lean Green Buddha Bowl

Lemons for Luluby @LemonsForLulu

This Buddha bowl is everything: you get your greens, your protein, and your healthy fats in a single, comforting meal.

Get the recipe: Lean Green Buddha Bowl

14. Spicy Pineapple Grilled Chicken Buddha Bowl

Athletic Avocadoby @athleticavocado

I love that they used the pineapple itself as the bowl for this recipe and the ingredients surely don’t disappoint.

Get the recipe: Spicy Pineapple Grilled Chicken Buddha Bowl

Buddha Bowl Recipe

Anything goes with a buddha bowl. They’re packed full of vibrant colorful ingredients like vegetables, grains, proteins, and healthy fats that are topped with a light dressing. Makes the perfect satisfying meal for your family.

13. Buddha Bowl Recipe Ideas

Ilkasblogby @ilkasblogpage

If you want to learn how to customize your Buddha Bowls, you’ll find some key ingredients as well as several recipes in this post.

Get the recipe: Buddha Bowl Recipe Ideas

12. Slow Cooker Buffalo Chicken Buddha Bowl

Living LaVida Holokaby @livinglavidaholoka

This recipe uses chicken made in a slow cooker but also other delicious ingredients quinoa, blue cheese, cauliflower, and red onions.

Get the recipe: Slow Cooker Buffalo Chicken Buddha Bowl

11. Greek Buddha Bowl

The Foodolicby @TheFoodOlic

If you love feta and kalamata olives then you absolutely need to try this Buddha Bowl.

Get the recipe: Greek Buddha Bowl

10. Falafel Buddha Bowls

Raw Reviveby @rawrevive

I love the creativity of this recipe. Adding falafels to a Buddha Bowl seems like a brilliant idea!

Get the recipe: Falafel Buddha Bowls

Vegetable Bowl

There are lots of pluses to making vegetable bowls, besides the fact that it’s fun to eat. They’re loaded with yummy nutritious ingredients. These buddha bowls are loaded with vegetables and don’t contain meat so if you’re vegetarian they’re a great option.

9. Roasted Veggie And Cauliflower Rice Buddha Bowl

Wholesomeliciousby @Wholesomelicious

Cauliflower rice is one of the most diet-friendly foods, and the roasted veggies are low in calories as well. I think this might just be the perfect weight-loss meal.

Get the recipe: Roasted Veggie And Cauliflower Rice Buddha Bowl

8. Lime Tahini Quinoa Lentil Buddha Bowl

Light Orange Beanby @lightorangebean

I’ve always enjoyed the taste of sesame and since lentils are somewhat of an ignored food, this recipe might just remind you how good they actually taste.

Get the recipe: Lime Tahini Quinoa Lentil Buddha Bowl

7. Buddha Bowl with BBQ-Tofu

Sofia Von Poratby @sofiavonporat

BBQ-tofu is not something that comes to mind easily but it sure sounds interesting, especially with bell peppers, tamari sauce, sweet corn and the rest of the ingredients used in this recipe.

Get the recipe: Buddha Bowl with BBQ-Tofu

6. Roasted Tamari Broccoli Buddha Bowl with Soba, BBQ Red Lentils and Parsley Tahini Sauce

Will Frolic for Foodby @willfrolicforfood

If you’re into complex flavors, this particular Buddha Bowl is cleverly using several plant-based foods, as well as spices to keep things interesting.

Get the recipe: Roasted Tamari Broccoli Buddha Bowl with Soba, BBQ Red Lentils and Parsley Tahini Sauce

5. Vegetarian Buddha Bowls With Algae Oil

A Side of Sweetby @sideofsweet

A gluten-free Buddha Bowl recipe featuring an unusual ingredient: algae oil. Apparently, it’s super healthy and has a very light flavor, so don’t be shy to try it.

Get the recipe: Vegetarian Buddha Bowls With Algae Oil

4. Quinoa Buddha Bowl with Miso Gravy

Wholehearted Eatsby @wholeheartedeats

Fresh veggies, a healthy dose of protein, and†a flavorful gravy is all it takes to make this Buddha Bowl which surely tastes even better than it looks.

Get the recipe: Quinoa Buddha Bowl with Miso Gravy

3. Balsamic Dijon Tempeh Buddha Bowls

Making Thyme for Healthby @makingthymeforhealthblog

Tempeh aside, there’s even some potatoes in this Buddha Bowl recipe, which will surely please those who are afraid of trying new things.

Get the recipe: Balsamic Dijon Tempeh Buddha Bowls

Vegan Rice Bowl

Most buddha bowls are filled with a protein, but these vegan rice bowls get their the nutrition from lentils, vegetables, and tofu. Get creative with the vegetables and grains you add. The possibilities are endless.

2. Vegan Buddha Bowl Recipe

Cotter Crunchby @CotterCrunch

Vegan, gluten-free and rich in superfoods, you can definitely include this Buddha Bowl in your meal plan if you’re trying to eat healthy, nutritious foods more often.

Get the recipe: Vegan Buddha Bowl Recipe

1. Buddha Bowl With Kale And Edamame

Green Eviby @greenevikitchen

Edamame sounds like a great addition to a Buddha Bowl, but if there’s something that makes this recipe special, it’s definitely the dressing!

Get the recipe: Buddha Bowl With Kale And Edamame

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