This Chickpea and Quinoa bowl is packed with protein and flavor! Toasting the quinoa while roasting the chickpeas and broccoli enhances the flavor and creates a great texture.
I love crispy chickpeas! I make many variations of these recipe using different spice mixtures like barbecue rub, garam marsala or zaatar. I love them fresh as a snack or in a buddha or grain bowl as your protein.
This recipe for Teriyaki tofu bowl is light and refreshing yet filling. This bowl is so quick and easy to throw together and makes a great middle of the week healthy meal.
I love Korean food! I even have a Korean food truck! This recipe for vegan Korean bibimbap is a perfect healthy alternative to heavier meat and sugar laden recipes that are normal Korean fare.
Korean food is one of my great loves. This recipe for Korean baked Tempeh lets me have the great Korean flavors without all the calories and meat free. These can be used in wraps, salads or use them for meat substitutes in bibimbap or Buddha bowls.
This Mediterranean Buddha bowl is my go to bowl. I love the mix of flavors and textures! If you want to make this vegan just leave out the Tzatziki.
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