Colorful, tasty veggie bowls are an excellent start to eating right. You’ll feel energized and recharged when you eat a veggie bowl instead of an unhealthy meal. When you cook healthy home food, you can avoid the added salt, fat, and refined carbs that might sink your goal of a healthier body and spirit. Veggie bowls contain unique ingredients such as quinoa, avocado, chickpeas, and kale. All these foods contain the protein, fiber, and healthy fats you need to keep your body in tip top shape. Eating at home instead of going out will help you stay on track for a nutritious diet.

Try these eight recipes and boost your healthy home food game. All are suitable for vegetarians, and a few are great vegan options. Making veggie bowls at home will satisfy your cravings for a yummy meal while taking their place in your overall fitness plan.

Make These Easy & Super Healthy Veggie Bowls at Home

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1. Middle Eastern Grilled Vegetable and Lentil Bowl

Top a bowl of grilled summer squash, chickpeas, tomatoes, roasted corn, and fennel with a creamy, luscious yogurt and tahini sauce. Use authentic Middle Eastern spices like cumin and zatar to give your bowl a kick of exciting flavor. This bowl is packed with fiber, vitamin C, and calcium from the yogurt.

2. At-home Nourishing Quinoa Bowl

This vegan, gluten-free meal will make your taste buds return for more. Combine steamed sweet potatoes and beets with broccoli and kale. Season some chickpeas with paprika for a nice bite. Add a nice serving of nutrient-rich quinoa and a quarter of an avocado, sliced. This colorful bowl packs antioxidants, fiber, and vitamin C into every bite.

3. Greek Veggie and Farro Bowl

Cook a cup of farro in vegetable broth. Grill portobello mushrooms, red bell pepper, asparagus, onions, zucchini, and yellow squash. Arrange the veggies in the bowl with the farro. Top with a homemade garlic yogurt tzatziki sauce with cucumber and fresh dill. Add hummus for a creamy addition. Top with feta cheese and olives, or leave the cheese off if you want a vegan meal.

4. Enchilada Power Bowl

This recipe is great for craving Mexican flavors but can’t justify eating the extra cheese, salt, and fat in most restaurant dishes. Marinate cubed tofu in soy sauce, maple syrup, and chili powder. Cook rice and green lentils, then add canned black beans. The vegan enchilada sauce has a cheesy flavor without any dairy, using onions, chilis, oregano, tomato sauce, and nutritional yeast as a substitute. Top the bowl with avocado slices and crispy pan-fried tofu.

5. Radish Barbecue Bowl

This awesome vegan bowl will bring you all the spicy, tangy barbecue flavors without the fatty meats. Marinate radishes in an apple cider vinegar and brine solution with black peppercorns and garlic. Chargrill the radishes. Mix carrots, avocados, sesame seeds, honey mustard, mixed greens, a grated beet, and a cucumber in the bowl and add the “barbecued” radishes.

6. Home Cooked Teriyaki Sweet Potato Bowl

Marinate sweet potatoes in teriyaki sauce. Bake them until soft and sprinkle them with sesame seeds and green onions. Combine them with cauliflower rice, edamame, charred corn, and avocado slices. This recipe will satisfy your need for a tasty Asian fusion meal at home without getting pricey and unhealthy takeout.

7. Vegan Bibimbap Bowl

This tasty recipe combines all the essential flavors of Korean bibimbap without the high-fat meat or eggs. Using gochujang, honey, and tamari, make a delicious sauce. Pour the sauce over an assembly of julienned carrots, mushrooms, and scallions. Add bean sprouts and cilantro leaves, then sprinkle sesame seeds over the entire dish.

8. Superfood Vegan Bowl with Mint Pesto

Cook quinoa and broad beans. You can also use edamame if you can’t find broad beans. Combine the quinoa and beans with radishes, avocado, cucumber, green onion, grated turnip, and sprouts. Make your own sprouts at home to avoid possible food contamination. On top, serve a mint and lime pesto with almonds. This exciting combination of flavors will keep you from missing unhealthy foods.

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Final Thoughts on Cooking at Home

When you cook meals in your own kitchen instead of going out, you can create healthy, high-fiber, high-protein meals that will satisfy everyone in your house. You can have every kind of flavor you want while you’re eating healthy. Using creative combinations of vegetables and sauces will make your clean eating plan fun and exciting. Don’t forget to vary your vegetables and grains for the best nutritional value.