• 2

    Bowls

  • Prep Time 25'

  • Total Time 30'

  • Vegan

Buddha bowl with apricot kernel oil recipe

  • 2

    Bowls

  • Prep Time 25'

  • Total Time 30'

  • Vegan

There have been nights where I get back late from work and the thought of creating a dinner spread for myself or for myself and a friend is just not doable. Instead of beating myself up, I have found the perfect solution. A buddha bowl packs everything I want in a meal into a single bowl. A one-bowl meal is something we can all do!  

Buddha bowls are stuffed with healthy fuel in the form of grains, greens, veggies and proteins. There are no bounds to what your bowl can include. In fact, a buddha bowl is the most efficient way to make something wonderful from anything you have laying around your kitchen.

Today, I wanted something a little lighter but still filling. I omitted a grain for this reason, but still made sure there was plenty of protein, fibre and healthy fats. I started with my go-to dressing. I swear this mixture goes well with everything. It is so simple, just combine lemon juice, sea salt and chili flakes, The flavor gets stronger if it sits out for a bit!

On to the bowls. The base is romaine, a nice refreshing flavour that is only enhanced by the rest of the toppings. Add some tomato, cucumber and radish for a colourful crunch. The corn and red beans add contrasting textures, good fats and protein. The dressing is great for bringing it all together, and adding a bit of a kick.

Top it all off with the amazing Erbology Organic Apricot Kernel Oil. Made from the pit found inside apricots, the oil has restorative properties that nourish and moisturize your skin and hair.  

Ingredients

Typical nutrition per serving
  • Energy (calories) 602 kcal
  • Protein: 28.86g
  • Fat: 8.23g
  • Carbohydrate: 109.53g

Here's how you do it

  1. First, make the dressing by mixing the juice from 1 lemon with sea salt and chili flakes. Set aside.
  2. Divide the Romaine lettuce in 2 medium bowls.
  3. Take the tomato, cucumber and radish and cut in slices.
  4. Place the veggies one next to each other and then add the red beans and corn. Add the dressing and drizzle with Erbology Organic Apricot Kernel Oil
  5. Enjoy!
 

Tags

  • Energy
  • Fiber
  • Guilt-free
  • Skin food

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