10 Incredible Buddha Bowls to Update Your Diet

Buddha bowls are typically viewed as a complicated meal that only professional nutritionists are able to make. But in reality, even the laziest girl in the world can make it herself. Buddha bowls are known for their versatility, healthy nutrients, and variety. One bowl can keep your energy going all day long and boost your overall wellness. While Buddha bowls are easy to make, perhaps you find yourself confusing about what to put into your bowl.

1. Sweet Potato Chickpea Buddha Bowl

Sweet Potato Chickpea Buddha Bowl
Subtly spiced, comforting and amazingly delicious, this Buddha bowl will rock your entire world in a jiffy. Get the recipe here.

2. Noodle Buddha Bowl

Noodle Buddha Bowl
Fuel your brain and make your stomach happy with a protein- and antioxidant-packed bowl. Find the recipe here.

3. Turmeric Sweet Potato Bowl

Turmeric Sweet Potato Bowl
The main spice in curry, turmeric can turn any meal into a masterpiece. Spice up your sweet potato bowl with this spice for added healing properties. Get the recipe here.

4. Spinach Quinoa Patty Bowl

Spinach Quinoa Patty Bowl
When superfoods combined together, they create a fantastically healthy Buddha super bowl that will provide your body with so much needed phytonutrients, vitamins, minerals, and other compounds that are crucial for your health. Get the recipe here.

5. Brussels Sprouts Eggplant Buddha Bowl

Brussels Sprouts Eggplant Buddha Bowl
One of my favorite Buddha bowls, this one is a true goodness for health food junkies. Plus, it is so fast to make. Get the recipe here.

6. Vegan Thai Tempeh Buddha Bowl

Vegan Thai Tempeh Buddha Bowl
Rich in protein, a Thai tempeh Buddha bowl is an excellent way to get this vital nutrient when you go vegan. Find the recipe here.

7. BBQ Tempeh With Vegan Ranch Bowl

BBQ Tempeh With Vegan Ranch Bowl
After all, the barbecue season is approaching so fast. Get the recipe here.

8. Winter Buddha Bowl

Winter Buddha Bowl
But since it is the cold season outside, enjoy your comforting and satisfying winter Buddha bowl right now. Get the recipe here.

9. Roasted Rainbow Winter Bowl

Roasted Rainbow Winter Bowl
Mix up your favorite healthy foods in one rainbow-inspired meal. Find the recipe here.

10. Moroccan Couscous, Chickpeas, and Olives Bowl

Moroccan Couscous, Chickpeas, and Olives Bowl
Nutrient-packed Buddha bowl is a great way to update your diet and help you drop a few pounds along the way. Get the recipe here.

All these Buddha bowls are perfect for your waistline when you enjoy them in moderation. The next time hunger strikes out of the sky, allow yourself to cook one of these bowls.


This is a very tasty sandwich salad that will make it easier for you to eat your vegetables!When I was a poor student me and my sister went for a hike one time. I don’t even remember where we went and whether or not we had a good time, I just remember she had made sandwiches. Obviously the fat person inside of me is writing this post.

Well she had made sandwiches with curry, oranges and probably some turkey meat. You gotta get: all I wanted at that time in my life was pizza, pasta, Chinese food and lots and lots of chicken wings and thighs.

Imagine the shock I experienced when she told me she had put oranges in those sandwiches. We were far from home and far from any place you could buy anything to eat.

I was furious.

I do not like someone messing with my food.

So you couldn’t put that orange in your sandwich only? What am I going to eat?

My heart was racing! My mind was in overdrive. How will I survive the next 2 hours without eating? I hadn’t eaten for 2 hours already!!! 4 hours with no food??? Call the ambulance.

Well after whining for around 48 minutes, my hunger prevailed and I had to eat one of those frightening sandwiches. My sister had already eaten hers and she left one for me in case I decide to not chew on my own leg.

It was delicious. That sweetness and freshness of the orange was paired just perfectly with the curry and the rest of the ingredients. I felt real happiness. Of course I was so stubborn I didn’t show any of the joy I felt in my heart and in my stomach.

What I could not hide is that I devoured that sandwich in 50 seconds. My sister asked me a little annoyed “Well, how was it?”. I just mumbled “It’s fine.”

I couldn’t just tell her “This is the only thing I want to eat for the rest of my life!” after I made all that drama.

I had completely forgotten this story up until last week, when I felt pretty eccentric making chickpea sandwiches with peaches.

Yes, with peaches.

I did not expect to add peaches to any salad I would voluntarily make or eat. That story with the orange sandwiches was an exception. I had eaten a sandwich in Sweden last year with plums and cheese and while it sounded ok, it was one of the worst things on Earth. Yes, I do realize we live in a world with more than 99 problems these days and I still believe my words are true.

The thought of a sandwich with peaches would’ve been worth about 3 hours of whining back in those glorious days.

Today this salad is worth a whole lot of happiness.

I love this chickpea and peaches sandwich salad. It took me around 10 minutes to make, and it keeps in the fridge for 3 days. You can even eat this salad without any bread, wrap it in a lettuce or just like that – it’s perfect. It’s slightly sweet, fresh, fragrant and just delicious. I don’t even have words to describe it. All I know is: I sneaked so much fruit and vegetables, I’ve never been more proud of myself.


This one is a winner. High-fiber, antioxidant-rich, anti-inflammatory, this salad must have some antioxidant superpowers. I would’ve measured them, but unfortunately I don’t have a laboratory at home. But dreams never die.

Turmeric, parsley and dill are anti-inflammatory, peaches contain beta-carotene that we turn into anti-aging vitamin A and olive oil and lime juice add vitamin E and C – a combination that destroys free radicals and protects from sun damage. In summary this chickpea salad gives you a little beauty makeover and prevents diseases.



It’s Saturday and we’re going crazyyyy!!!

Okay actually I’m sick, so my plans for today are sitting in my PJs, drinking tea, watching movies and reminiscing about life before Influenza.

For example when I made this Mediterranean chickpea stew. Good times. I was laughing and eating without the need to blow my nose every 3 minutes. Life was different. It was good.

And so was this super easy, 15 minute chickpea stew that uses basic ingredients you probably have at home right now.

It’s vegan, gluten-free, grain-free and magical.

Here’s what you do. You go open a jar of chickpeas (I still can’t get over the thought of boiling chickpeas for 1 hour – drives me crazy), drain and rinse those chickpeas really well, chop some tomatoes, onions and cook all that for a few minutes. Then out of nowhere you come up with the idea to add even more vegetables.

Use whatever you’ve got at home: peppers, zucchini or eggplant, add a lot of garlic & basil and some sesame and nigella seeds. In the end put some olive oil to absorb some healthy anti-cancer carotenoids from the tomatoes and peppers.

That’s it. Easy.

Then you dive into this beauty and get one step closer to endless awesomeness. I don’t even know what this means my head is super foggy.


If I didn’t have some leftover potato soup from yesterday I’d probably be making this right now, as the garlic in this chickpea stew can boost my immune system and get rid of that mean Influenza thing in a second. Other than that you’d be enjoying a dish that is:

low in calories
super antioxidant-rich.
15 Minute Mediterranean Chickpea Stew


1 jar/can – about 2 cups of chickpeas, drained & rinsed
4 medium tomatoes, chopped
1 small zucchini, chopped
1 small onion, chopped
1 bell pepper, striped
1 tsp chili powder
2 garlic cloves, minced
1 tbsp olive oil
1 tbsp sesame seeds
1 tsp nigella seeds
10 basil leaves, chopped
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In a large pan with a lid add tomatoes and onion and let simmer at medium-high heat for 3-4 minutes.
Add chickpeas and stir, let simmer covered with the lid for 5 min.
Add garlic, zucchini, and bell peppers. Stir together, cover for 2 min.
Turn off heat, add basil, olive oil. Sprinkle sesame seeds, chili powder and nigella seeds on top.
Dinner is ready. Serve hot.
Have a good weekend and make sure to prepare this on Monday evening – that’s starting the week in a positive way