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10 Great Quinoa Bowl Recipes

Quinoa, kale, and artichoke salad recipe

If you need an easy way to serve up a ton of protein and nutrients in one go, you’ll want to look into these vegan quinoa bowl recipes. These quinoa bowl recipes serve up fruit, veggies and tasty spices all heaped onto some delicious quinoa. Serve these up for an easy breakfast, lunch or dinner—seriously, you can have them any time of day!

Sesame kale glow bowl

Tempeh, kale, broccoli and red onion pack the nutrients into this quinoa bowl. Coconut oil, garlic and a tamari-ginger sauce add plenty of flavor. You can complete this bowl in just twenty minutes.

Find the recipe here: Sesame kale glow bowl

Cozy quinoa buddha bowl

This quinoa bowl features kale, lentils, Brussels sprouts, butternut squash, avocado and tahini-lemon dressing. Hemp seeds work as an added garnish.

Find the recipe here: Cozy Quinoa Buddha Bowl

Chili roasted, sweet potato + black bean quinoa salad

If you want your quinoa bowl to be more on the salad side, this recipe heaps in the lettuce/greens. Tons of ingredients like cashews, cilantro and avocado add to the flavor of this sweet potato and black bean quinoa bowl. There’s even a homemade dressing that goes with this.

Find the recipe here: Chili roasted, sweet potato + black bean quinoa salad

Roasted veggie quinoa bowl

roasted veggie quinoa bowl vegan gluten free

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If you want to get your fill of protein from quinoa and some hearty nutrients from a variety of fresh veggies, this is your bowl. It features broccoli, chickpeas, sweet potatoes, chili-lime kale and optional goodies like avocado and hummus. The broccoli, chickpeas and sweet potatoes are all flavored for an extra kick.

Find the recipe here: Roasted veggie quinoa bowl

Superfood quinoa breakfast bowl

Proving that quinoa also makes a great substitute for oatmeal, this breakfast bowl will become your new morning favorite. On top of the quinoa are blueberries, bananas and almonds. Maple syrup and cinnamon add to the sweetness. You can also add optional hemp seeds.

Find the recipe here: Superfood quinoa breakfast bowl

Curried coconut quinoa and greens with roasted cauliflower

The roasted cauliflower in this dish is flavored with coconut oil, cayenne pepper and sea salt. The greens are left up to your choice, calling for chard, spinach, arugula or kale. Tons of spices like ginger, turmeric, curry powder, cardamom and sea salt flavor the rest of the dish.

Find the recipe here: Curried coconut quinoa and greens with roasted cauliflower

Quinoa taco salad

This dish calls for red quinoa. Salad greens, roasted corn, cherry tomatoes, pico de gallo, sliced avocados and chipotle-lime dressing with put you in the Southwestern mood. Baked tofu also adds even more protein to the dish.

Find the recipe here: Quinoa taco salad

Quinoa power bowl with avocado sauce

Plenty of roasted veggies are packed on top of this bowl, like beets, sweet potatoes, cauliflower, asparagus and chickpeas. The quinoa itself is cooked with vegetable broth to pack it full of flavor.

Find the recipe here: Quinoa power bowl with avocado sauce

Sweet potato, roasted onion and quinoa bowl with tahini-maple dressing

This creative dish fashions sweet potatoes into spaghetti-like strands. Red onion on the side packs plenty of flavor. There is also a tasty tahini dressing that gets drizzled over the whole thing.

Find the recipe here: Sweet potato, roasted onion and quinoa bowl with tahini-maple dressing

Thai veggie quinoa bowl

Love Thai food? Than you’ll want to give this recipe a try. Carrots, onions, broccoli and green onions add plenty of veggie goodness. Meanwhile, there’s a dressing with sesame seeds, lime, tamari, garlic and ginger.

Find the recipe here: Thai veggie quinoa bowl

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  • Reply
    Anne C Miura
    March 20, 2017 at 5:34 pm

    This is really dumb – there seems to be no way to get the recipes.

    • Reply
      March 20, 2017 at 5:35 pm

      Anne, so sorry — I’ll find out what the problem might be.

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    March 21, 2017 at 4:29 am

    I had the same problem. Thought maybe they were ideas , not actual recipes. all sounded yummy!

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