Rainbow Buddha Bowl Recipe
It is no secret that I love Buddha Bowls (see my first two recipes here and here!), and if you’re not sure what I’m talking about, let me explain really quickly: a Buddha Bowl is basically a giant bowl of plant-based deliciousness. You start with a healthy grain (brown rice, quinoa, etc.), then add all sorts of toppings, ranging from veggies to fruits and garnishes.
So, I am always making different combinations with whatever ingredients I have on hand (because I make some sort of variation just about every week). This week I wanted to take my recipe to the next level and include all colors of the rainbow, and this is what I came up with. Not only does it look delicious, but it tasted just as great. So, without further ado, here is my rainbow Buddha Bowl recipe…
o1. Brown rice
02. Red pepper
03. Orange pepper
04. Acorn squash
06. Brussels sprouts
10. Purple potatoes
11. Beets (sadly, I completely forgot to put these into my bowl and didn’t realize until I finished eating it! 😣)
14. Goddess dressing
o1. Cook brown rice, following directions on package.
02. Roast the peppers, squash, broccoli, brussels sprouts, asparagus, and potatoes. I heat oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit and cook for about half an hour, rotating halfway through. (I personally like to use olive oil to coat the veggies and sprinkle on a little garlic salt.)
03. Now it’s time to assemble the bowl: place brown rice in bottom of your bowl, then add all toppings. I added a small bed of spinach above the rice, and placed all other toppings above that, with the hummus in the middle.
04. Drizzle goddess dressing on top, or leave aside to dip veggies in. Enjoy!
What is your favorite Buddha Bowl recipe?
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