Vegan Buddah Bowl Recipe {Plus Low Calorie Dressing}

Vegan Buddah Bowl Recipe

This low calorie Vegan Buddah Bowl Recipe is just 376 calories! You’ll also find a low-calorie Buddha bowl sauce, or you can add your favorite salad dressing.

In this article for vegan Buddha bowl recipes you’ll find a delicious meal, that’s packed full of vegetables, quinoa, and a whole lot of flavor!

Vegan Buddah Bowl Recipe

We’ve also given you some protein add ons, so you have more Buddha bowl ideas to choose from.

We kept this recipe for Buddha bowl sweet potato recipe as easy as possible. Below, you’ll find a shopping list, a printable recipe card, and more.

This low calorie vegan Buddha bowl recipe is just 376 calories!

Vegan Buddah Bowl Recipe

You can make these Buddha bowls vegan, or add in some shredded chicken, or tuna. We’ve included protein Buddha bowl ideas in the recipe card below.

Also included is a delicious, vegan, oil free sauce for Buddha bowl vegan recipes. Or, you can use your favorite salad dressing for Buddha bowl options.

This vegan Buddha bowl recipe comes with everything you need to make healthy Buddha bowls at home. Here’s what you’ll find in the sections below…

What You’ll Find in this Article:

  • Buddha Bowl Ingredients (shopping list!)
  • How to Make a Buddha Bowl
  • Vegan Buddah Bowl Recipe (recipe card!)
  • Nutrition and Calories in Buddha Bowls

We made these Buddha bowl recipes vegan, but, you could use any Buddha bowl dressing (vegan or not) and even add in some protein if you desire.

You’ll find options for how to make a Buddha bowl several different ways in the recipe card below.

Up next, a shopping list for vegan Buddha bowl recipes…

Buddha Bowl Ingredients

In this section, you’ll learn what is a Buddha bowl made with, and how to make Buddha bowl recipes vegetarian, and vegan.

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Vegan Buddah Bowl Recipe

If you prefer a vegetarian Buddha bowl, try adding some hard-boiled eggs, or some of your favorite cheese to the top of this Buddha bowls recipe.

Shopping List for Buddha Bowls:

Special Tip: You can find all the measurements for this vegan Buddha bowl recipe, in the shareable card below. There, you can choose how many Buddha bowls do you want to make, and it will do all the math for you!

The Lemon Tahini Dressing, is our favorite sauce for Buddha bowl recipes. It has no oil, it’s vegan, gluten-free, and absolutely delicious! Plus, it’s packed full of healthy protein.

Up next, you’ll learn how to make a Buddha bowl recipe vegan, healthy, and flavorful…

How to Make a Buddha Bowl

To make this a vegetarian Buddha bowl recipe, add some cheese, or diced hard-boiled eggs. Both will add a nice boost of protein, and lots of flavor.

This vegan Buddha bowl recipe will quickly become one of your favorite lunches, and or dinners. The helpful how to guide below, will supply you with everything you need to make this delicious, low calorie meal easily.

Vegan Buddah Bowl Recipe

Check out out Quinoa Cooking Guide to make cooking the protein packed grain to perfection every time!

How to Make Buddha Bowls:

  1. Preheat the oven to 450°, and line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
  2. Cook the quinoa according to the package, or according to our Quinoa Cooking Guide.
  3. Cut the florets off the broccoli, use a vegetable peeler or small knife to peel and remove the first layer of the broccoli stem and discard. Shred the remaining broccoli stem with the vegetable peeler or a cheese grater.
  4. Add the sliced sweet potatoes to the prepared baking sheet, spray with olive oil and bake for 15 minutes. Flip the potatoes, add the broccoli florets to the baking sheet, spray with olive oil and bake for another 15 minutes.
  5. To 2 bowls, divide the quinoa. Then divide the cooked sweet potatoes and broccoli florets.
  6. Add in the shredded broccoli stem, cabbage, avocado, tomatoes, sesame seeds and drizzle over the Lemon Tahini Dressing.
  7. Serve immediately, or cover and store for a healthy lunch late this week. This Vegan Buddha Bowl is wonderful hot, or cold.

Special Tip: You can find the measurements, directions, nutrition, and more in the recipe card below.

This easy Buddha bowl can be made with any veggies you prefer. Try swapping broccoli for cauliflower, sweet potatoes for bell peppers, etc.

Up next, you’ll find a sharable recipe card that you can email to yourself and post on social media.

Vegan Buddah Bowl Recipe

This Vegan Buddah Bowl Recipe is just 376 calories (439 calories with the dressing) and absolutely delicious!

Included in the recipe card is a “How To Guide” for cooking quinoa and a oil free recipe for Buddha bowl dressing.

Vegan Buddah Bowl Recipe

Vegan Buddah Bowl Recipe {Plus Low Calorie Dressing}

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This Vegan Buddha Bowl Recipe comes with a vegan, no oil dressing, and a quinoa cooking guide!
For just 376 calories (439 calories with the dressing) you can enjoy this healthy, vegan Buddha bowl. It's filling and delicious, and lacked full of healthy vegan ingredients.
Add Some Protein:
– 1/2 cup shredded chicken
– 1 can of tuna (in water) drained
– 1/2 cup crumbled and browned tofu
5 from 1 vote
Prep Time 10 mins
Cook Time 30 mins
Total Time 40 mins
Course Main Course
Cuisine American
Servings 2 servings
Calories 376 kcal

Equipment

  • Parchment paper
  • Vegetable peeler or cheese grater

Ingredients
  

Instructions
 

  • Preheat the oven to 450°, and line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
  • Cook the quinoa according to the package, or according to our Quinoa Cooking Guide above.
  • Cut the florets off the broccoli, use a vegetable peeler or small knife to peel and remove the first layer of the broccoli stem and discard. Shred the remaining broccoli stem with the vegetable peeler or a cheese grater.
  • Add the sliced sweet potatoes to the prepared baking sheet, spray with olive oil and bake for 15 minutes. Flip the potatoes, add the broccoli florets to the baking sheet, spray with olive oil and bake for another 15 minutes.
  • To two bowls, divide the quinoa. Then divide the cooked sweet potatoes and broccoli florets.
  • Add in the shredded broccoli stem, cabbage, avocado, tomatoes, sesame seeds and drizzle over the Lemon Tahini Dressing.
  • Serve immediately, or cover and store for a healthy lunch late this week. This Vegan Buddha Bowl is wonderful hot, or cold.

Nutrition

Serving: 1bowlCalories: 376kcalCarbohydrates: 49.7gProtein: 11.2gFat: 17.5gSaturated Fat: 2.3gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 70mgPotassium: 1444mgFiber: 14.4gSugar: 9gCalcium: 122mgIron: 5mg
Keyword Main Course
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Nutrition and Calories in Buddha Bowls

Not all Buddha bowls are made the same way. Many have loads of oil, heavy sauces that are packed full of fat and calories, and too many grains.

This perfectly balanced vegan Buddha bowls recipe is both low in calories, and extra filling! Try this (and other) low calorie meals…You can find several more vegan recipes in the next section.

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