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This Vegan Buddha Bowl is loaded with colorful raw summer vegetables, whole grains, good fats, and topped with a tangy creamy balsamic dressing. Make adjustments to use up whatever vegetables you have on hand and enjoy this delicious vegan meal for lunch or dinner all summer long!

It’s summer time and there is an abundance of fresh produce ready to be eaten! A great way to enjoy all those vibrant vegetables is in a Buddha Bowl! For more well balanced meals, try Cilantro Lime Chicken Salad, Summer Cobb Salad, and Asian Turkey Lettuce Wraps.

A large Buddha Bowl with spinach, quinoa, carrots, cucumbers, tomatoes, chickpeas, and avocado with a jar or dark creamy dressing to the side.


If you’d like to eat a more balanced diet, start making Buddha Bowls! They are so easy to throw together, taste awesome, and make you feel so good. They are so versatile but here is a my fresh garden version that is loaded with raw crisp veggies, chickpeas, quinoa, spinach, basil, and topped with a yummy creamy balsamic…

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Emma Hayes

There I was in a hot yoga studio with plenty of bright natural light and bending myself into pretzel like positions for the very first time.