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Add the chickpeas and carrots onto a baking sheet, drizzle with coconut oil, add the spices and salt and toss to coat evenly. Roast for 20 minutes, then remove from the oven and set aside to cool. In a medium bowl add the parsley with onion, quinoa, lemon juice and olive oil, and mix to combine. In a medium bowl add the parsley with onion, quinoa, lemon juice and olive oil, and mix to combine. Divide the roasted chickpeas and carrots into the serving bowls, then continue the same with the parsley salad.

Add the avocado slices and top with the boiled egg, then serve. We love simple, delicious, gluten-free, protein-packed meals. This chicken, kale, sweet potato, grain free harvest bowl recipe is perfect for dinner or to make ahead for lunch time!

Plus its just flat out delicious. Quinoa makes a hearty, grain-free base and is topped with kale, chicken, apples, pecans, and goat cheese. Dice sweet potatoes into small cubes. Spread chopped sweet potatoes evenly on a baking sheet with parchment paper or aluminum foil.

Place in oven along. There’s no excuse to skip breakfast or have a sad lunch. This easy formula for grain bowls packs in fiber, protein, and flavor. And you get a full meal for less than 400 calories.

Read on to get the basic formula plus ideas for building delicious homemade grain bowls. Toss together the peppers, zucchini, and mushrooms with salt, pepper, garlic powder, balsamic vinegar and olive oil and add to the same baking sheet as the green veggies. Roast in a 400 degree oven until there is lots of color on the vegetables. Should take.

Lay the sweet potato, onion, and garlic on a baking sheet and drizzle with oil. Season with salt and pepper. Bake for 20-25 minutes. In a medium bowl, add the chickpeas, salt, pepper, chili powder, and garlic powder to a bowl and stir to combine.

A roundup of 50 healthy power bowl recipes – perfect for meal prep, easy dinners, leftovver lunches and more. Paleo, gluten free, vegan and vegetarian options!Anyone seeking easy high protein meals needs a recipe for whole crock pot chicken.

A simple spice rub and one onion is all it takes to create a flavorful whole chicken. Once it’s done cooking, you can eat the pieces whole or save them for use in recipes throughout. Hundreds of delicious recipes, paired with simple sides, that can be on your table in 45 minutes or less. This totally vegetarian sandwich contains protein-packed veggies, goat cheese, and hummus for 28g of powerful protein. Prep these bowls for an entire week of filling lunches.

This bowl has 36g of filling protein from chicken, Greek.

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Add the rest of the veggies, 1 cup cooked rice, and a splash of Bragg liquid Aminos.

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Sprinkle greens with pistachios and top with 1 large egg, scrambled, sunny-side up, poached, or hard boiled, or 1 serving (1/5 of a 14-ounce package) pan-warmed extra-firm tofu.

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Sprinkle everything with half of the sesame seeds and a small pinch of salt, and drizzle with 1 tablespoon of the coconut aminos.

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Make a couple of batches of these meatballs, store them in the freezer, and add them to just about any meal as a protein source—salads, scrambles, bowls with all sorts of goodies—or enjoy them on their own.

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To this green spike material add 1⁄2 cup of cooked rice and 1⁄2 cup of cooked and mashed soybeans.

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Combine all the ingredients except the mushrooms, stock and water in the insert of your slow cooker and toss to combine.

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  • I just love this buddha bowl reicpe. It is really a great recipe. Thanks for sharing this amazing buddha bowl recipe with all of us. Even i have a delicious macro bowl recipe as well. Check out the recipe here: https://www.strengthyogi.com/delicious-macro-bowl-recipe-vegan-gluten-free/

  • OHHH my! I just found this channel and loving it! As a holistic Nutritionist, I’m IMPRESSED!!!! loving the freestyles as well hahha made me drop it like it’s hot for a minute.

  • Made this tofu and had a Thai salad with peanut sauce and some jasmine rice. I didn’t know how to cook tofu but remembered your video. Thank you for posting and sharing. I have also made your chickpeas. ��

  • I already enjoy your Van Life vlogs; now I am loving Eamon’s cooking shows. Eamon, not only do you know your way around the kitchen, you have a sense of humour! (Sometimes you seem quite serious)

  • Interesting fact: broccoli is not a “God given” plant/food! It was actually genetically engineered by humans using cabbage flowers! Same with cauliflower. Imposter plants! Lol
    But seriously, It’s TRUE you can look it up.

  • Love you alls channel. I have to go back vegan and eating plant based. Continue shining a positive light on this lifestyle. Great content

  • LOL OMG! I know I’ve seen that pepper grinder before, but when Eamon just super casually busted out the party grinder I laughed so hard. lol Looks awesome possums! Thank you for the recipe!

  • This kind of meal could sincerely make me a vegetarian. But I like meat and potatoes type meals far too much. I’m sure if I left carbs I’d be much healthier! Great video and great ideas for a meal. Thanks!

  • I smacked the thumbs up…and I’m not even remotely vegan! Very entertaining,  you might be prying my brain open. The Vegan conspiracy, pull them in with cool vans, pretty girls, and personality, Then Wham!

  • This is very hard to watch the camera work is not that great it keeps going out of focus u need to use manual focus not auto sorry for the Criticism other then that great vid and will definitely be making this��

  • In The Book of Revelation the Apostle John wrote about the “whore” that sits on many waters, raining sulpher, while far off nations watch aghast! Every reason for veganism supports it is the will of the Father of all! In Genesis, God gave us “seed”. Yellowstone has begun it’s eruption!!

  • I’ll definitely have to give this a try! Looks so delicious with all those vibrant colours and the myriad of flavours, keep these amazing Freestyle Fridays coming E&B! <3

  • What did you folks do for your screen door set up? Where did you get the screen material? How did you attach it to the van?
    Love a good protein salad bowl:)

  • I started watching you guys a few weeks ago and totally love your vibe. I don’t typically leave comments on YouTube but had to tell you. You guys are fun and hilarious and energetic. ����

  • Happy New Year Dzung! I am happily following along with all your healthy recipes!:) I was wondering if maybe you could add European measurements alongside American ones in your recipes? You don’t necessarily have to mention them in the video, but if at all possible, could you add them to the subscription box? I’ve been making so many of your recipes this past year, I just love them all! But I fear I’ll never actually know how much a cup is by heart, haha. No worries if you don’t want to do the conversion, just thought I’d ask. Thanks for all the hard work you put in!

  • Yasss. I’ve been living off of different versions of this. My fav has been quinoa, tofu, sweet potato and broccoli with bbq sauce ����

  • I love this video idea Stephi! When people are on-the-go it is so hard to get a healthy and quick meal. I love these recipes and can’t wait to use it for my next lunch or dinner for the weekyum!

  • My son and i found your channel and we love it!!! Thank you for sharing. This will help us on our journey to healthy living and eating. Thanks so much!!!

  • It all looks so good!!!

    Glad to see you are making videos…as idea I think you should take an older overweight person (perhaps a nurse) and help them get their diet on point and help them get in shape and document the journey….for the record I am volunteering!!! In case you hadn’t figured it out lol

  • I think my favorite bowl was with the beets number 4. You can have the beets uncooked, when I have my beets I add sea salt pepper and lemon juice it’s delicious.

  • Those cars would make my ass blow up like a hot air balloon who eats like this and doesn’t gain weight are they like people who are born really thin? Cuz I was born saying then I got that then I got fit again but I would love to eat that but there’s no way I could eat all that those parts and now they’re telling us we shouldn’t be eating vegetables at all because of the sugar that’s in the m all and the starches.

  • Only lil bit of protein you will find will be in White beans and that too will be 20 g or so.
    Everything else is just pure carbs.
    Even the peanut butter wil have lots of fat and sugar in it.

    Not a bad combo but you are an idiot if you call this mix a ‘Protein Packed’ bullshit

  • Awesome video footage! Sitting here at Y&S FOOD! we adore to find this form of contents. We produce Travel & Food movies too, around the globe, so we are frequently aiming for inspirations and also creative concepts. Thank You.

  • Okay we made this tonight for dinner and it was great! My only substitution was farro for the brown rice (I was out of BR). The dressing is definatey going into my go to recipes for future bowls.

  • Tnak you sooo much I was looking for a buddha bowl that does not have fancy and a million things in it! I will definitely try this next time �� thank you!

  • I love how you can make such an intricate and delicious looking bowl in your own home. I’m grateful for your channel because I would have never bought garbanzo beans or tofu (well not too often anyway). Especially working in speciality cafes I started getting introduced to cherry tomatoes and feta cheese. It’s crazy how new people and new places can broaden your horizons and tastebuds. Speaking of: I’m going to make a healthy soup tonight because you inspired me

  • For how many people are these recipes? Just for one or for more? I don’t wanna follow the recipe and and up with 4 portions or something, so i thought i’d just ask ����

  • the last bowl was my fav! I going o try it! thx for showing how to make quinoa. I always jack it up lol. I’m to try to make it your way. ✌��

  • All the olive oil is killing me:P no hate X! Hopefully you can do a video sometimes on bowls without using oil? Get pure healthy bowls

  • I’ve made 2of3 of these recipes…. I’m still looking for sumac. Pleeeeeaaase more videos like this. So delicious!!!! Thank you so much for your channel ������

  • Looks awesome. I have to try them out. Can I point out tho…they are prawns not shrimp (shrimp are whale food tiny 2cm). The “shrimp” thing stuck from a tourism ad back in 1990 in Aust (thanks Paul Hogan). Yes they are in the same family tho but in Aust and UK you get funny looks asking for shrimp at a grocery store.

  • The bowl with the roasted veggies and chicken was delicious! I didn’t get a picture though. I have made it a couple of times. The first time I was hesitant about the mint but I’m glad I added it. It gives the dish a little something extra but isn’t at all overpoweringly minty. I can’t wait to make the others.

  • tahini really doesn’t need anything but salt&pepper, lemon juice, garlic/garlic powder and water. it’s basically oil, why add more oil?

  • thanks,
    I give you recipe for Tahini: add 2 tablespoon Tahini, one yogurt, one clove garlic, Juice of half a lemon, pinch of salt and mix it, then you can use it to many foods.

  • omg i tried these recipes tonight and it was DELICIOUS! i will get pictures next time, We were so hungry we ate everything before we realized we needed to take the pics first….oops. It was very easy to make everything vegetarian. our favorite was the roasted vegetable bowl. Thank you for such amazing recipe ideas!

  • you make me want to eat healthier…..if only I had the time! these look awesome! I’ve never had quinoa before lol. I want to try it!

  • DAY 4! Have you been keeping up? Have you been on track with your goals? Thumbs up for grain bowls! ���� Catch all the recipes here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL81ef2gEnaNPbHikFkqL8wlNiAuP8r-1N

  • Honeysuckle
    Your recipient are amazing but with food allergies with black beans feta. Etc. what find of feta like cheese could be used.

  • So I just came across this video and made this for my family for the first time ever and everything was so delicious!! Thank you so much for this!! ☺️

  • made with some tiny roast potatoes instead of quinoa (because we had them on hand ready to go). Was a big hit!!! Flavors are really good!

  • I cooked this last night….. excellent! We didn’t care for the sauce but thats just personal preference! Great recipe!!!!! Will def fix again!!!! Staple meal now for us. ��

  • Hi Just curious.. by chance, do you have a recipe for canned red salmon? I once made salmon loaf, my son & husband liked it, but I didn’t.. so I would like to try maybe another recipe for salmon loaf or perhaps make them into salmon patties.. open to whatever you come up with. Thank you!

  • I love your videos!! This dish looks so easy to make. I have a lot of quinoa laying around and I didn’t know what to do with it but now I know what I’ll be making.

    P. S. I love all your cute, pastel colored cookware.

  • Hi. What is the dimension of your marble slab? Is that the actual item you have on the link? I am trying this salad. Not only that it looks so good, It is indeed very healthy.

  • You are always so sweet and this voice makes me so calm!!But I would like to comment on the tzatziki recipe,this is not actually the traditional one (I am Greek) but I am sure it’s still delicious!!Smouach

  • I might have missed it, but is there a reason you skewer the chicken before broiling? It makes a super cute presentation, but I don’t have skewers on hand so I’m curious. This looks so so yummy btw!

  • Zung Love Love Your Recipes Your inspiring me to Eat Well this year Im A Big Fan Love your Channel Baby Erisy Is So Cute Shes Growing To fast!!!!!!!

  • OMG!! Thak you sooooo much! <3:) I love quinoa and i was searching for variety!!! I'm definitly going to make it!! Looks delicious and so easy to make!!! <3

  • Looks yummy and I love your Freestyle Fridays, I think I commented this on your Instagram the other day but I had this song in my head all day the other day because I had re watched a couple the night before lmao

  • I LOVE your videos!! Could you do a pasta meal some time within these next 26 days?? I get sick of making the same red sauce or Alfredo pasta meal and I need some ideas.

  • Hey! Just an idea here, could you make a video about how to make smooth peanut butter? Maybe like different versions, and different nuts too?:3
    I would love that because we dont have that delicious smooth american peanut butter in Norway:(

  • I love all your videos, but especially this series!! Unfortunately i just got back to school, and since I’m on the meal plan now i can’t cook but once a week. I’m excited to try all of this though!

  • I started a healthy kick too! I’m trying out clean eating/ meal prepping along with going to the gym. Hopefully I’ll start feeling better about myself

  • oh my god this honestly came perfect timing, i was so ready to have some sweet thing, just made this instead and wow so freaking good!

  • Adore your channel! I have been really into your Asian noodle bowls/curry recipes and am excited to incorporate them in healthy and plant-based ways like using Trader Joe’s pre-cut broccoli or cauliflower rice, zucchini noodles etc. Would love to see more recipes like that using Asian flavors!

  • Patiently waiting for every upload! Hope you make some healthy snacks like bars or bliss balls sometime during the series. Great video as always!

  • The recipe is nice. The constantly moving camera with its clicking noises is extremely annoying. I had to stop watching what you were doing and just listen before it gave me motion sickness.

  • How to make a non-açai bowl… It still looks delicious but at no point did you show adding in açai powder or açai sorbet. The base will be purple

  • Thanks for the dinner inspiration tonight. I didn’t have all the same ingredients, but it got me to look in my fridge and cupboard and see what I could create. I used spinach, quinoa, zucchini & squash, avo, melody tomatoes, mushrooms, green onions, your special dressing recipe. I put your ingredients on my list for my next shopping list and can’t wait to make this up for lunches next week.

  • Well you really make very healthy and very delicious meals but somewhere every person can’t afford or are not availabe but i loved your this meal

  • Really digging these types of videos…shows a more versatile and friendlier side. Plus these look like really good recipes to try! thanks for sharing!

  • Hi, Dzung! I have a of millet sitting in my pantry but not too sure what to make with it. Do you think you could make a recipe using millet?:) thank you! PS love your top!

  • Nice vídeo Heba!! Glad to see that you’re posting new contente in your channel and still making it natural and raw. Sugestions for new vídeos: Superfoods, Protein powder, good foods post workout. Keep the good work and goob vibes:)

  • Ooo that looks soooo good….I wonder how that would be if I freeze it and have it like a frozen yogurt ��…..LMFAO I wanted to make preworkout popsicle the other day but never got around to it…but back to this acai bowl it looks ��…..love you Heba ��