A bowl full of colorful vegetables

Buddha Bowls!

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A colorful and fun bowls full of flavors and healthy ingredients

This is nothing new, I did not invent these. However, they were a hit in our house! Since I follow a more plant-based diet than my boyfriend and the kids all like different vegetables, I made it a fun “make your own” buddha bowl. Kids are more likely to eat their vegetables and try new ones if they are offered in a fun way and they have some choice in which ones they want to eat from time to time. Tonight, I required they at least choose two vegetables. I prepped and gave them a few options from this list. Or see below.

My Buddha Bowl had a rice and quinoa blend at the base, along with a spring mix, roasted cauliflower, roasted beet, roasted sweet potato, cherry tomatoes, chickpeas, green onions, hummus I made myself, and a fresh squeeze of lemon.

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1 Comment

  1. Looks delicious! I have found this to be true in my house as well: when kids get to help prepare and pick their own food and portions, they are much more likely to eat veggies and other new foods! Thanks, Caitlin!

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