Try these hand-selected vegan bowls recipes filled with fresh and baked vegetables, warming grains, healthy protein and creamy dressings! From Mexican to Moroccan, Jamaican and different Asian flavors, these healthy dinner bowls are super versatile and delicious.
Buddha or nourish bowls are our favorite quick and easy plant-based dinners! They are perfect for using up any leftovers like cooked rice or open cans of beans and you can easily customize them to your needs.
Bursting with color, flavor, texture and nutrients, they are always a win with the whole family and work really well for meal prep!
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Try this fishless version of the popular poke bowl!
Brimming with delicious and colorful healthy ingredients, it’s a great meal for a warm spring day and features watermelon, radishes, avocado, wasabi, edamame, kimchi and a handful of spices alongside cooked rice.
All of your Mexican fixings in one single bowl! This loaded Chipotle veggie bowl features black beans, cilantro rice, tomato and corn salsa, fajita veggies and sofritas: a quintessential creation of fried tofu crumbles in hot spicy chili sauce. Who could ever resist that?
This colorful vegan soba noodle bowl is rich in protein and fiber, gluten-free and simply delicious. Featuring lots of fresh veggies, buckwheat noodles and a simple miso dressing, it’s a great low-fat vegan dinner bowl that’s ready in only 20 minutes!
Partake in the power bowl experience with this cauliflower Shawarma recipe! Spicy, hot, sweet, tangy, herby — it’s a perfectly balanced vegan and gluten-free flavor bomb that you need in your belly, stat.
It’s full of protein thanks to the chickpeas and quinoa and really easy to make!
These filling vegan bowls are full of flavor and loaded with healthy veggies, served over seasoned black beans (and optional rice) with Mexican slaw, Chimichurri sauce, avocado, cilantro, and pickled onions. Repurpose any leftovers into tasty tacos!
Try this gorgeous mix and match veggie bowl that can be made with any grains, veggies and dressing of your liking! Pick different colors and arrange them like a rainbow for a pretty dinner presentation that’s not just beautiful to look at but also super nutritious.
Embrace the contrast of cooked and raw vegetables topped with a creamy peanut sauce! These vegan lunch bowls are delicious, packed with protein and made with cabbage, shredded carrots, green beans, cucumbers and potatoes.
This vegan summer roll in a bowl is filled with rice noodles, crunchy veggies and creamy peanut butter sauce! It’s light and refreshing, quick and easy to make and tastes awesome with some added tofu or tempeh.
All the delicious summer roll flavors without the work!
This Asian-inspired vegan power bowl features a half/half mixture of long grain rice and quinoa, fresh green veggies, bell pepper, mushrooms, nuts and a flavorful Dan Dan sauce! Customize it to your liking and enjoy this 30-minute plant-based dinner.
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Try these hand-selected vegan bowls recipes filled with fresh and baked vegetables, warming grains, healthy protein and creamy dressings! From Mexican to Asian flavors, these healthy dinner bowls are super versatile and delicious.
Alena Schowalter is a Certified Vegan Nutritionist who has been a vegetarian since childhood and vegan since 2012. Together with her husband, she founded nutriciously in 2015 and has been guiding thousands of people through different transition stages towards a healthy plant-based diet. She’s received training in the fields of nutrition, music therapy and social work. Alena enjoys discussions around vegan ethics, walks through nature and creating new recipes.