20 Healthy Instant Pot Recipes

20 Healthy Instant Pot Recipes

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These 20 healthy instant pot recipes are vegan and easy! I love cooking with my instant pot pressure cooker. It’s so simple and perfect for making any size portions. Meal prepping and healthy dieting are so simple with your pressure cooker and these easy recipes. So if you’re looking for easy plant based meal ideas look no further.

For example this easy healthy spaghetti squash is perfect for plant based vegan diets.

Instant Pot spaghetti squash recipe

Another healthy vegetarian instant pot recipe to try is this asparagus soup.

2. Asparagus Curry Soup

I adore using my pressure cooker to make easy healthy dishes. Instant pots have a wide variety of uses usually and it manages to quickly cook your meals and keep all the flavor! Like this potato soup, it’s nutritious and gluten free! Healthy easy vegan instant pot recipes like these are the best!

3. Gluten Free Healthy Potato Soup

instant pot potato soup recipe for vegan stew

4. Vegan Mac and Cheese with Seasoned Bread Crumbs

Quinoa, rice, and black beans are other whole grain legumes that make perfect easy vegetarian instant pot recipes. These vegan dishes are absolutely tender and flavorful when cooked in your pressure cooker.

5. Simple Gluten Free Quinoa Recipe

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Simple Instant Pot Quinoa

I love making vegetarian and vegan instant pot recipes. They are so healthy and flavorful as well.

6. Easy Pressure cooker rice

Instant Pot Brown Rice Recipe
Brown rice in the instant pot

Did you know instant pot is a Canadian invention? That’s right the popular multicooking kitchen appliance was created by a man named Robert Wang in 2010. Only 11 years ago!

Pressure Cooker Ideas For Meal Prep

7. Instant pot black beans

This cooking appliance combines pressure cooker, slow cooker, air fryer, sauté, steam, and sometimes more. Originally the instant pot was a 6 in 1 cooker designed to consolidate the cooking and preparing of food to one device. Thought the years the instant pot has expanded to include non-pressure slow cookers, sous-vide, immersion circulators, rice cookers, blenders, and air fryers!

8. Easy sweet potatoes

Instant Pot Sweet Potatoes Cubed
Instant Pot Sweet Potatoes

More easy vegetarian instant pot recipes you will love include:

9. Pressure cooker jackfruit “pulled pork”

10. Healthy Mushroom risotto

I adore baled sweet potatoes cubed and whole in the pressure cooker. Sweet potatoes are packed with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. They are members of the morning glory family. Additionally they’re sweet, starchy, and nutritious. I always eat sweet potatoes because they contain nutrients like fiber, carbs, protein. vitamin A, thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, and vitamin B6. Sweet potatoes also contain folate, vitamin c, and vitamin E. 

11. Pressure cooker baked potatoes

Instant pot baked potatoes recipe
Instant pot baked potatoes recipe

12. Tofu and broccoli

13. Instant Pot Bean Soup Recipe

This instant pot stew combines tasty lentils and salty ham in a heavenly, aromatic broth. With legumes, meat, and veggies you will be so happy every single time. It’s ready to serve in 35 minutes.

14. Easy Vegan Split Pea Soup with Za’atar

Za’atar is a Middle Eastern seasoning you will adore. The ingredients are different from region to region, but it usually has a combination of: oregano, thyme, hyssop, sumac, salt, and sesame seeds. Sometimes it contains: cumin, coriander, fennel seeds, marjoram or black pepper.

15. Asparagus Soup

This asparagus soup recipe is made differently and in your instant pot! It’s thick, creamy, heavenly, plant based, gluten-free and ready in half an hour. 

16. Healthy Vegetable Soup

This stew is made with fresh and delicious ingredients like Carrots, Zucchini, Corn, Barley, Tomatoes, Kale, and Peas! Your taste buds will be delighted and so will your gut! This health conscious soup is amazing on lazy days. 

17. Carrot Ginger Soup

Cook up a bowl of this Carrot Ginger Soup in your pressure cooker. This Carrot stew is made with fresh carrots, a touch of ginger and blended into a creamy texture. This is a plant based and gluten-free recipe that is perfect for any meal.

18. Beans and Rice (Vegan)

19. Meatless Burrito Bowls

20. Pressure Cooker Pasta

Do you want pasta but don’t really feel like spending much time cooking? This pasta is a almost completely hands off and it is made with all pantry staple ingredients. It’s mildly spicy, packed with flavor, plant based, and super quick.

21. Jasmine Rice in the instant pot

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20 Gluten Free Vegan Recipes

20 Gluten Free Vegan Recipes

20 Gluten Free Vegan Recipes 

A gluten-free diet excludes the protein gluten. Gluten is found in grains such as wheat, barley, rye, and a cross between wheat and rye called triticale. Anyreasonvegans gluten free vegan recipes are the perfect diet for weight loss and health.

Healthy wok recipes like this stir fry vegetable recipe gluten-free vegan diet weight loss
Vegetable Bean Stir Fry

This type of diet is essential for managing signs and symptoms of celiac disease and other medical conditions associated with gluten.

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Lentil Soup

Anyreasonvegans vegan recipe blog has many recipe ideas such as desserts, vegan cheeses, and more. We use almond flour in many gluten free vegan recipes.

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instant Pot Quinoa

Gluten-free vegan diet for weight loss & health

These types of vegan recipes are easy to make. Just use almond, coconut, or oat flour in your vegan baking recipes. Cookies and cakes are my favorite ones. You can also try out the following whole grain dish ideas:

Gluten is bad for people with celiac disease. Coeliac disease is a long-term autoimmune disorder that primarily affects the small intestine.

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They also include loss of appetite among adults. Additionally, for children, a failure to grow normally.

Celiac disease is caused by a permanent intolerance to gluten proteins. It is different from wheat allergy, which is much rarer. Gluten free vegan recipes at Anyreasonvegans are beneficial for people with celiac disease.

Gluten free vegan dessert recipes:

Hemp Seed Breakfast Cookies WFPB Recipe
Hemp Seed Breakfast Cookies WFPB Recipe

Gluten Free Lemon Bundt Cake

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Feeling patriotic? Try this gluten free red white and blue cake.

Red White & Blue Cake

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The only known treatment plan that works is a rigid life time gluten-free diet. This leads to recovery of the intestinal mucosa and improves symptoms. Eating only gluten-free also reduces the risk of developing complications in most people. That’s why we provide whole grain vegan recipes that don’t contain this type of protein. This gluten-free vegan diet helps with weight loss, health, and well being!

The 5 Best Vegan Protein Powders 2022

The 5 Best Vegan Protein Powders 2022

Are Vegan Protein Shakes Healthy? Check Out These Brands

Are vegan protein shakes healthy? Yes many brands are full of plant based vitamins and minerals! someone who is vegan and enjoys a protein shake or powder from time to time I had to try these 5 best vegan protein powders of 2021! Some of them were so delicious and made me feel great while others were a bit dry and chalky. Well others were OK tasting but super rich in vitamins and minerals. Here’s my list of the 5 best vegan protein powder for 2022 based on taste, price, and nutritional value.

  1. Ka’Chava Meal Replacement Shake – A Blend of Organic Superfoods and Plant-Based

This product is very expensive, it’s costs $80 to $90 for a 930g Bag. For that price you get a pretty tasty vegan and plant based protein powder however it is a bit difficult to blend all the way smooth. So you definitely need to add a little liquid at a time and blend so it does not turn chunky. Ka’Chava Meal Replacement Shake contains more than 70 plant based superfood ingredients such as: Maca, Sacha Inchi, Chia, Camu Camu, Coconut, and Kale. One serving contains 240 calories and does keep you full for a few hours. It also contains 25 grams of protein and is rich in Fiber, Omegas, Greens, Antioxidants, and Adaptogens. Furthermore it is Gluten, Soy, and Dairy Free. I give it a 6 out of 10, deducting points for the crazy high price. It still makes my list of the best vegan protein powders because it’s tasty and nutrient dense.

5 Best Vegan Protein Powders 2021 

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2. Organic Vegan Protein Plant-Based Protein Powder – Sweet Vanilla Bean

This product has a much more affordable price tag at around $30 for a 2 lbs jug. It’s relatively tasty as well however I will acknowledge that the artificial sweetener is a bit more noticeable than others. I would say it’s best use in food such as oatmeal, muffins, grits, etc. over mixed with water as a drink. However if you make a thick smoothie that includes peanut butter and bananas for example that does taste really good. It contains healthy ingredients such as: Organic Pea Protein, Organic Brown Rice Protein, Organic, and Chia Seed. One serving contains 21 g of protein, 150 calories, fiber, iron, and potassium. I gave it a six out of 10 because of the affordable price but it certainly doesn’t have the abundance of super food nutrients like the previous brand. Overall it’s not the best vegan protein powder but it is in the top five. 

3. Garden of Life Raw Organic Shake & Meal Replacement, Vanilla 

This plant-based protein shake powder is going to cost you around $30- $45 for a 34.2 ounce canister. This one actually has one of my favorite flavors! However I do feel it has a bit of a gritty texture and consistency that’s why I like to blend it in with things like oatmeal or peanut butter banana smoothies. One serving has 120 cal and 20 g of protein. It also contains fiber and is low in carbs. This product is actually really rich in nutrition with a lot of vitamins and minerals, it also has a pretty good taste, and affordable price. This powder is one of the top favorites for the vegan bodybuilding diet because of the high protein and nutrients . For these reasons I give this product an 8 out of 10 for being the best vegan protein powder of 2022.

Plant based meal replacements should taste good and be nutrient dense!

4. Clean Vegan Protein Vanilla Birthday Cake

I am a statement I’m a sucker for flavors like birthday cake. Anything that reminds me of cake or baked goods it’s worth a try in my book. A lot of vegan protein powders only come in plain, chocolate, or vanilla. And the birthday cake flavored one is actually really tasty. One serving has 120 calories, 25 grams of protein, only 2 carbs, 4 grams bcaas, an amazing amino acid profile, tons of antioxidants and greens and digestive enzymes. The price of around 31 ounce container is going to run you about $50. It also contains calcium, Iron, and potassium. I give this product an 8 out of 10 for being the best vegan protein powder of 2022. That’s because it has an OK price but it is nutrient dense and I just love the birthday cake flavor so much! 

5. Nuzest CLEAN LEAN PROTEIN- Wild Strawberry 

Another tasty flavor outside of vanilla or chocolate so of course I am on board! A container that is a little bit over 17 ounces it’s going to cost you around $40-$45. One serving has around 20 g of protein and only one carbohydrate and zero sugar. This product is Vegan, Dairy Free, Soy Free, GMO Free & Gluten Free. Although you can definitely tell it has artificial sweetener however it’s still very tasty. When blended properly with something like soy milk, bananas, fresh fruit, etc. it blends really nicely. It’s nutrient dense however it is not rich in fiber. But that’s to be expected in keto friendly products. It is rich in iron, phosphorus, Zinc, copper, magnesium, and selenium.I give this product a 7 out of 10 for being the best vegan protein powder of 2022. The price is OK but the flavor is really great and the nutritional value is dense.

20 Non Perishable Vegan Items To Stock Up On

20 Non Perishable Vegan Items To Stock Up On

I started thinking about making a vegan non perishable foods list. If you’re wondering what’s the best non perishable food items to stock up on, keep scrolling! You can make plenty of plant based food recipes with these every day vegan pantry food items! So what is a non perishable food?

  1. What Is Non Perishable Food?

    Non perishable foods have a long shelf life and can be stored at room temperature.
    For example:
    1. Dried and canned beans.
    2. Nut butters.
    3. Dried fruits
    4. Vegetables.
    5. Canned meats
    6. Nuts and seeds.
    7. Grains. 
    8. Canned vegetables and fruits.
    9. Dehydrated foods.

1. Canned/ bagged beans – 2 to 5 years

Canned beans are a smart and cheap non perishable vegan item to have. There is a wide variety of beans as well. Some of my favorites include chickpeas, white beans, and vegetarian refried bean. They have a shelf life of 2 to 5 years.

For example: “Chickpeas! Buy them by the bag and cook them yourself to save money and have them last longer! Put them in soups, curry, vegan pot pies, and even cookies.” stresslessbehealthy.com

What can I make with beans?

Try this delicious chocolate chip chickpea cookie recipe that can be made using all non perishable food pantry staples!

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“Canned chickpeas cause I can’t live without hummus. To be more serious chickpeas are such a versatile ingredient you can use them is so many recipes like curry, stew, falafel, mock egg salad, snack” – https://mypureplants.com

Delicious homemade hummus which is packed with protein.

“I always keep a good supply of dry beans in my pantry. Furthermore I use them for things like soups and making mock meats, and use the cooking liquid (aquafaba) as an egg replacement in baking. I love that dry beans come in less packaging and cost less than canned. Dry beans last a long time, too – as long as you store them in an air-tight container.” – https://instantveg.com

This is one of my favorite recipes using dry black beans: https://instantveg.com/vegan-black-bean-soup/

2. Applesauce – 12 to 18 months

The proper shelf life of unopened applesauce in a sealed contianer is 12 to 18 months. “Applesauce is a good vegan pantry staple to have on hand. It has so many uses in baking, but it’s also yummy served simply with just a sprinkle of cinnamon on top.” –

These are made with just five simply pantry ingredients. They’re gluten free, vegan, and refined sugar free.

3. Canned Diced Tomatoes – 18 months

High acidic canned foods like tomatoes have a general shelf life of 18 months. Canned diced tomatoes are a smart non perishable food that is vegan! “My top item is canned diced tomatoes. It is so versatile and can be used in pasta sauce, tortilla soup, stews, chili, succotash, or in the fillings for tacos or enchiladas!” www.blackberrybabe.com

“Canned dried tomatoes in oil are perfect for a little extra zing to your vegan meals. They have meaty texture and can be stored for a very long time. This creamy, delicious, healthy, satisfying vegan pesto pasta is the perfect marriage of comfort food and culinary art that comes together quickly and simply.” – https://happykitchen.rocks/

Plant based food recipes Like dairy-free pesto pasta dinner is flavorful and fast, making it the ideal family dinner or an easy one to use when you are meal prepping for the week. 

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4. Lentils – 2 to 3 years

Lentils are another great vegan pantry item that you can stock up on. It’s packed with plant protein and fiber. You can use it to make veggie patties, sliders, soups, and more. Like these lentil veggie patty sliders that use another pantry item- croutons! Dry lentils have a shelf life of 2 to 3 years if you keep them properly sealed and store them far from heat and moisture.

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Other Plant based food pantry recipes with lentils:

“Learn how to cook vegan non-perishable pantry Lentils perfectly on the stovetop, oven, and pressure cooker so that they don’t end up mushy. A nutritional powerhouse filled with protein, fiber, and minerals, learn about the most popular types of lentils, how they differ, and easy ways to incorporate more of these mini-sized legumes into your everyday cooking.” –https://theforkedspoon.com

5. Quinoa – 2 to 3 years

Quinoa is another healthy vegan whole grain. This item is a favorite on the non perishable foods list. It can be used to make veggie patties, soups, and protein bars. Dry quinoa will last 2-3 years from the date it was produced when stored in a cool dry area.

“Quinoa is high in nutrients especially proteins and can benefit your health. It’s my go to pantry grain choice which can take on any flavor seamlessly. And it cooks quickly.” – https://profusioncurry.com/ 

Check out this tasty quinoa soup recipe as well! This non perishable foods list will get you through an extended Period at home!

6. Rice – 2 to 3 years

This is another smart vegan non perishable food!“Rice is inexpensive to buy and easy to store. Since it has a neutral taste, it can be used in many dishes from soup to stir-fry. After cooking a big batch of plain rice you can portion it out and freeze it to use for different meals thriving the week.” – Mommysaurus.com

For example: This rice recipe is vegan, uses pantry stables, and super cheap to make.

7. Frozen vegetables – 8-12 months

“Frozen veggies are the simplest way to add vegetables to a meal. They’re flash frozen when fresh so you don’t have to worry about seasonality. I always have frozen broccoli on hand to add to stir fry.” – Mommysaurus.com They will stay fresh and edible for 8-12 months when stored in a sealed container in the freezer.

8. Canned Coconut Milk – 2 to 5 years

“My favorite vegan non perishable food is coconut cream! Coconut cream is a versatile canned good and can be used in place of vegan butter or eggs in many baking recipes.” – https://zardyplants.com

Here is a great recipe featuring coconut cream and other pantry staples like flour, sugar, baking powder, and even matcha powder! Canned coconut milk lasts 2 to 5 years unopened, once opened its good for about 5 to 7 days.

9. Masa Harina – 9 to 12 Months

Masa harina is a traditional Mexican flour used to make tortillas, tamales, and other dishes. The Spanish translation is “dough flour,” because the flour is made from dried masa, a dough from specially treated corn.

“We always keep masa harina in the pantry. It’s easy to make recipes with it all day. You can make corn tortillas, papusas, quesadillas, enchiladas and our favorite, tamales.” – https://24bite.com/

Here is a recent vegan tamale recipe.

10. Instant Ramen Noodles – 1 Year

This vegan item absolutely belongs on this non perishable foods list! Ramen is a great plant based food item for pantry recipes.

“Ramen noodles are such a versatile thing to have on hand for a quick and easy meal.” – https://moonandspoonandyum.com/

11. Cashews – 6 months to 2 years

“You can use cashews for everything from plant milk to creamy pasta sauces. They make the most delicious homemade coffee creamer. And they’re just darn good to snack on all by themselves!”  –https://www.kitchentreaty.com/ They are good for 6 months in the pantry, 1 year in the fridge, and 2 years in the freezer.

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12. Legumes – 2 to 3 years

Dry legumes have to be on your vegan non perishable foods list! “Dry legumes are possibly the best vegan item for meal-preparation. They are very inexpensive, highly nutritious, and you can cook them up in large batches to eat for 1-2 dishes per day for a week. Also, vegan protein powders because they are an economical way to get protein intake and they are quick and easy to make. They can be bought in bulk or semi-bulk so they will last a while.” –https://theveganbodybuilder.com/vegan-bodybuilding-blog/ 

13. All Purpose Flour – 9 to 12 Months

“It’s so basic it can be overlooked, but with just flour and a few other ingredients you can make all kinds of things to tie together your meal, from bread to tortillas, crepes and homemade pasta.” – https://veryveganval.com/

Like these delicious and beautiful vegan crepes!

14. Chia Seeds – 2 Years

When Chia Seeds are stored properly in the pantry they have a shelf like of a minimum of 2 years. In the refrigerator chia seeds can last over 4 years. Chia seeds are packed with protein, fiber, and calcium. Also manganese, magnesium, and Phosphorus. And zinc, vitamin B3, and potassium.

15. Hemp Seeds – 2 Years

Raw hemp seeds unopened have a shelf life of 24 months. Hemp seeds are packed with plant protein. Also potassium, magnesium, and Phosphorus. They are packed with calcium and low in carbohydrates.

16. Dry Oatmeal – 2 Years

Unflavored dry oatmeal has a shelf life of 3 to 5 years. Its the perfect pantry plant based food item for recipes. That’s why is a great vegan pantry item to stock up on!

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17. Tofu – 4 to 6 Months

“Silken tofu is a fantastic pantry item for its long shelf life and it’s super easy to use. You can turn it into an easy vegan egg salad or tofu scramble or even blend it with melted chocolate and soy milk for delicious fudgesicles!” – https://yumveganlunchideas.com/ It will stay fresh 4 to 6 months in the freezer. Once opened it will expire in 4-5 days.

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Tofu Egg Salad Sandwich

18. Couscous 6-12 Months

“Couscous is such a versatile and handy ingredient to have in your pantry. It can be added to salads, vegetables and you can also use it to bulk out the main meal. Or why not just have it plain” – https://recipesfromapantry.com/

19. Muesli 12 to 18 Months

“Muesli is a great alternative to regular breakfast cereals. It is rich in fiber and aids digestion. This Crunchy Instant Pot Muesli Bread recipe combines muesli, coconut and apricots into one perfect crusty bread loaf. Best of all, you use the Instant Pot to get your bread dough to rise, with no kneading required at all! Suitable for vegan diets. Post includes Weight Watchers points.” – https://recipesfromapantry.com/instant-pot-muesli-bread-no-knead/

20. Pancake Mix – 1 Year

Vegan brands of pancake mixinclude Bisquick Original Pancake & Baking Mix, Aunt Jemima Original Pancake & Waffle Mix, or Hungry Jack Complete Chocolate Chip Pancake Mix.

“Pancake mix is such a versatile food that it’s a great pantry staple! In addition to the typical biscuits, pancakes, and waffles that you can make by using certain vegan ingredients, you can also make some other creative foods, such as a pizza crust or muffins.” – https://mealsandmilemarkers.com/

So stock up on these vegan non perishable food items, let us know your favorite.

35 Healthy Vegan Buddha Bowl Recipes

35 Healthy Vegan Buddha Bowl Recipes

35 Healthy Vegan Buddha Bowl Recipes 

Anyreasonvegans reached out to our fellow vegan bloggers to find the best list of Healthy high protein vegan Buddha bowl recipes for weight loss. It took a few days to a week but we finally narrowed down the absolute best recipe ideas! Whether you’re vegan, plant based, vegetarian, gluten free, etc, these 35 healthy bowls for weight loss will delight you.

Mushroom ramen soup

Look at this beautiful recipe for oyster mushrooms Bibimbap. Oyster mushrooms are also called pearl or tree mushrooms. They are popular in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean cooking. Oyster mushrooms have a mild, subtle, and savory anise flavor. They work well in a variety of different dishes such as this protein bowl recipes.

Healthy high protein vegan Buddha bowl recipes for weight loss

Sweet potatoes make a great Healthy high protein vegan Buddha bowl recipe for weight loss . They are rich in vitamins and minerals such as vitamin A. Sweet potatoes are also rich in protein, folate, and calcium. Additionally they taste so delicious with rice, avocados, and tomatoes.

Healthy high protein vegan Buddha bowl recipes for weight loss

Chickpeas make amazing healthy vegan Buddha bowls recipes. They are a fun and nutty little legume with abundant plant protein. Chickpeas are also rich in folate, iron, and calcium. They are delicious with sweet potatoes, avocado, and onions. Tofu and edamame protein bowl recipes remind me of eating at a Japanese restaurant. Tofu and edamame are packed with plant based proteins, calcium, and vitamins. They are so delicious with avocados, carrots, and rice.

Keep scrolling for more plant protein bowls!

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Quinoa and crispy tofu make the best flavor combination for any vegan Buddha bowl recipe. These two plant based foods are packed with plant protein.

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Tofu Quinoa Bowl

This Healthy high protein vegan Buddha bowl recipe for weight loss contains butternut squash noodles, cherry tomatoes, hemp seeds, and mushrooms. The protein packed sauce is made from black beans and seasoned with nutritional yeast.

Hemp seeds are one of only a few vegan sources of complete proteins. This means they contain all 9 amino acids the body can’t make on its own. They’re the perfect addition to these healthy vegan Buddha bowls recipes.

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Black Bean Sweet Potato Protein Bowl

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Tofu curry bowl is packed with plant protein and calcium. Additionally the curry spice and turmeric contain antioxidants and nutrients that are super healthy.

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Breaded Tofu Avocado Curry Bowl

These lightly breaded tofu nuggets are coated with almond flour and spices. Paired with spinach it’s the perfect low carb plant based recipe bowl.

Healthy high protein vegan Buddha bowl recipe for weight loss are packed with filling nutrients.

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BBQ Bean Bowls contain grilled corn, peppers, quinoa, and more. This cumin spice sampler is perfect for a cookout! It contains grilled corn, pasilla peppers, bbq beans, and a delicious combination of spices.

This protein bowl contain lentils and vegetables. Lentils are rich in protein, iron, and folate. They are savory and flavorful as well.

Spirulized vegetables is the best way to eat raw vegan recipes. Raw vegan meals are super nutritious because none of the nutrients have been cooked out.

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This Gluten-Free Mexican Pasta Salad recipe only needs 7 easy ingredients. It’s easy for meal plans and meal prep. Check out this healthy vegan Buddha bowls recipes.

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This unique vegan bowl contains sorghum, roasted kohlrabi, ginger gold apple, and fennel. Kohlrabi is the same species as cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, kale, and Brussels sprouts.

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It contains crisp veggies, sweet blueberries, and fragrant spices.

This lovely bowl contains warm roasted vegetables with fresh greens and a tasty dressing.

Get your kids to eat more vegetables with this beautiful rainbow Buddha Bowl! It contains tomatoes, peppers, avocados, and broccoli. It’s beautiful and packed with vitamins and minerals.

This roasted vegetable Healthy high protein vegan Buddha bowl recipe for weight loss is savory and filling. Get your protein fill with this easy vegan recipe



What is a Buddha Bowl?

Buddha bowls are vegan or vegetarian meals that usually contain small portions of different healthy foods. It usually comes on a high rimmed plate or large singular bowl. You can expect one of the ingredients I be a whole grain like lentils, quinoa, or brown rice. Another ingredient in your Buddha bowl should be a plant based protein like tofu or hemp seeds. There should also be a green vegetable like kale and a starchy one like sweet potato. The idea first appeared in 2013 and has become even more popular since early 2017.

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