If you’re an avid social media user, then you’ve probably seen one of your followers post a picture of a Buddha bowl. Dripping in tahini sauce, vegan Buddha bowls are vibrant, colorful bowls of super whole foods and vegetables packed with protein and whole grains. Vegan bowls and their healthy, nourishing ingredients make them picture perfect.
Buddha bowls gained their popularity from being so radiant and easy to make! See what all of the hype is about and try some of the vegan Buddha bowl recipes listed below.
Sweet Potato, Squash, and Kale Buddha Bowl from The Girl on Bloor
Roasted squash, sweet potatoes, chickpeas, and kale all together in one bowl, while drenched in cilantro tahini sauce seems like a dream come true. It’s full of protein, fiber, and whole grains that’ll fuel your body with every possible nutrient you can think of.
Peanut Tofu Thai Buddha Bowl from My Fresh Perspective
You will always get your daily serving of nutrients with this peanut Thai tofu buddha bowl. Loaded with superfoods like bok choy and avocado and drenched in peanut dressing, you won’t be able to resist this vegan power bowl.
The Ultimate Hippie Bowl from The Healthy Maven
This vegan bowl is so hipster. Imagine packing a bowl with almost every superfood possible. From kale to hemp seeds, this hippie bowl has every thing you need to make the perfect vegan bowl.
Super Bowls from Vintage Mixer
I hated eating Brussel sprouts when I was younger. Now, I’m including them in my power bowls. This super bowl is full of other roasted veggies such as sweet potatoes, kale, and chickpeas that are full of fiber.
Spicy Buddha Bowl from Crazy Vegan Kitchen
Let this spice buddha bowl recipe add some spice to your life. Drizzled with tumeric tahini sauce, this vegan buddha bowl is jam packed with spicy chickpeas, roasted sweet potato, spinach, and more gluten free goodies.
Quinoa and Lentil Vegan Power Bowl from C It Nutritionally
If you give yourself a power boost to get your day going, then start off by making this quinoa and lentil power bowl. Loaded with superfoods that provide high amounts of protein and fiber, this power bowl will give you all of the fuel that you need.
Thai Tempeh Buddha Bowl from Fit Mitten Kitchen
You can create a filling buddha bowl when you combine the right amount of plant based foods. This Thai buddha bowl includes tempeh, which is full of protein, as well as avocado, sweet potatoes, and freekeh. Don’t forget to add the cashew curry sauce to complete it.
Tempeh Quinoa Macro Bowl from Running on Real Food
Now this vegan bowl is Instagram worthy. The pink cashew beet dressing decoratively covers the slivers of carrots, kale, balsamic tempeh, and quinoa that lay inside of the bowl.
Falafel Buddha Bowl from Well and Full
How you build your vegan buddha bowl will depend on the produce that’s available during the time of year. For the winter months, you can prepare this filling buddha bowl that’s loaded with kale, beets, falafel, and carrots. Top it off with tahini dressing.
Vegan Turmeric Quinoa Power Bowl from Jar Of Lemons
This is an easy vegan bowl to make for beginners. Mix the turmeric with quinoa, add roasted chickpeas, roasted potatoes, kale, and avocado to the bowl, and enjoy!