Quinoa Buddha Bowl


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Chris and I use to meal prep all the time before we had kids. We made rice bowls and egg cups. This was my first time meal prepping Quinoa Buddha Bowls and it turned out amazing. I would for sure make these again! It made 5 bowls for us. Of course you can double the recipe to make more! Here is how you make them.


Bell Pepper: 1 diced (remove Seeds) 

Sweet Potatoes – 2 peeled and diced 

Rainbow Crrots – 1 Small bag sliced 

Cauliflower – ½ head chopped 

Zucchini – 1 sliced and cut into quarters 



Garbanzo Beans 

Olive Oil 

Tahini Sauce 


½ red onion 

Garlic Salt 

Sea Salt 



Chili Powder 



Step 1: 

Slice rainbow carrots and dice sweet potatoes and add to mixing bowl 

Drizzle with olive oil then season with ½ tsp garlic salt, sea salt, turmeric, onion powder, ¼ tsp paprika and cumin oregano 

Mix together and lay on one side of sheet pan

Step 2: 

Drain Garbanzo beans then dry off 

Season with ½ tsp chili powder 

Lay on other side of sheet pan 

Roast for 20 minutes on 425

Step 3:

Dice onion, bell pepper, zucchini and add to mixing bowl 

Chop Cauliflower and add too

Drizzle a tiny bit of olive oil ( i did like ¼ tsp)

Use the same seasonings as the sweet potato and carrots and mix together

Add to their own sheet pan and set aside. After the 20 minutes is up, add these into the oven to roast for another 20 minutes with the carrots and sweet potatoes above. 

Total Roast Time: 

40 minutes for carrots, sweet potatoes and garbanzo beans 

20 minutes for the rest of the veggies 

Step 4: 

Season Chicken with turmeric and garlic salt 

Cook on the stove 

Step 5: 

Cook quinoa according to the instructions on the box 

Step 6: 

Take ½ cup tahini, ¼ cup warm water, 1 clove garlic or ¼ tsp garlic powder, ¼ tsp sea salt, 1 oz tofu 

Mix together in blender (I used my ninja) 

Step 7: 

Once all items are cooked and cooked down, split the quinoa evenly amongst 5 bowls ( I did one whole bag of quinoa which was 2 cups)

Add all roasted veggies, Chicken and chopped spinach. Add tahini dressing when it’s time to eat! 

My Caraway Pans linked Here

My Ninja Linked Here Board I used to chop veggies Linked Here

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