We enjoy these yoga bowls because of how it lets you invent and create so many imaginative different meals. We always have something left over in the fridge that we can use as a base and then add what we need on top. The possibilities are endless. Let us know below your favourite Buddha Bowl ingredients. 


Buddha bowl ingredients are super flexible. We always have food left in the fridge and it gives us a great chance to becreative. Here are a few suggestions of some tasty Buddha Bowl recipes that we enjoy. What we use covers the general basis of food types used in Buddha bowls!!

Buddha Bowl 1

The spread: Quinoa, Roasted and sliced green kabocha squash, 1/2 tine of black beans (drained and rinsed), baby spinach, pea shoots, Toppings: flaked almonds and a drizzle of sesame/olive/rapeseed oil

Buddha Bowl 2

The spread: Short grain brown rice, diced sweet potato, 1/2 tin of chickpeas, raw sauerkraut, chopped scallions and sugar snap peas
Toppings: chilli flakes, tamari and the juice of 1/2 a lime

Buddha Bowl 3

The spread: Quinoa, chopped mango, 1/2 an avocado, bean sprouts, chopped pakchoi, kimchi (korean spicy sauerkraut), green olives
Toppings; black sesame seeds, cashew nuts and drizzled with sesame oil



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