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10 High-Fiber Grain Bowls Under 500 Calories 1. CHICKEN & BROWN RICE BOWL | MYFITNESSPAL’S RECIPES 2. KOREAN CHICKEN RICE BOWL | MYFITNESSPAL’S RECIPES 3. Follow along with my videos on how to make these under 500-calorie plant-based meal bowls here: Chipotle Tomato Rice Power Bowl Tofu Kale Power Bowl with Tahini. These bowls have a few things in common: they are 100% plant-based (vegan), rich in protein and nutrients, satisfying and delicious, and contain 350-500 calories per bowl. The bowl trend is a great way to kick off your healthy, plant-based eating style, as you can build the foundations of a great plant-based meal when making a bowl.
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. To minimize prep, we’re taking advantage of prechopped fresh veggie mix and frozen quinoa (which heats in the microwave in under 5 minutes).
These crunchy chopped salad bowls are high in fiber but lower in calories, making them perfect for those following a reduced-calorie. Flip a gyro into a whole-grain bowl layered with kale, veggies, herbs and chickpeas. Then we top it with lean, spice-packed chicken, feta cheese, and tahini-spiked yogurt. It’s everything you want from the hearty Greek platter with less than 400 calories. Switch up your grain choices.
While most bowls are made from brown rice or quinoa, opting for a lower-calorie grain can allow you to add more to your bowl. Good options for this include rolled oats, wild rice, and farro. Begin by lining your bowl with a bed of lettuce. This will make your bowl. Despite their low-calorie appeal, these recipes are actually really tasty — unlike other low-cal swaps you can only pretend to want to eat.
Plus, they’re jam-packed with nutrients from whole grains, lean proteins, and all kinds of easy-to-cook vegetables. Here are 50 delicious recipes that are still under 500 calories. These satisfying bowls are chock full of protein and fiber, thanks to chicken breast, black beans, sweet potatoes and bulgur-a versatile grain that has about 15 g fewer carbs (and more than.
This low-carb smoothie bowl is a no-brainer when it comes to weight loss. Cauliflower and zucchini, two low-calorie, low-carb veggies, make up the base of this smoothie bowl, giving it a creamy, thick texture. An entire cup of cauliflower has just 27 calories.
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