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EVERYDAY NOURISH BOWL

Everyday Nourish Bowl made with nutrient dense ingredients in a white bowl

An easy everyday nourish bowl, everyone should have one!

I put this nourish bowl recipe together with simple, accessible ingredients in mind. All ingredients are fresh, except for the hummus and chickpeas, making it a cinch to pull together.

When the weather is on the chilly side, opt to add in roasted vegetables, like this Roasted Nourish Bowl. It’s especially good in the cooler fall and winter months.

What Is A Nourish Bowl?

Nourish bowls, also known as buddha bowls or macro bowls, are well-balanced, healthy meals containing a good portion of nutrient dense vegetables and/or fruits, carbohydrates and protein, and topped with a dressing of sorts. They make for a light and healthy lunch, dinner, or make ahead meal ideas.

Gather your ingredients and make a nourish bowl for yourself! It’s a complete meal that will nourish and revitalize you in the simplest way, everyday!

Everyday Nourish Bowl: Ingredients

How To Make An Everyday Nourish Bowl

Ingredients you’ll need:

Vegetables & Fruits

  • leafy greens of choice (I used baby kale)
  • carrots
  • grape or cherry tomatoes
  • red onion
  • cucumbers
  • 1/2 avocado
  • 1 lemon

Carbohydrates & Protein

  • cooked chickpeas (garbanzo beans)
  • pepitas (pumpkin seeds)
  • hemp hearts

Dressing

Build your bowl:

  1. Once the veggies have been prepped, add them to your serving bowl with the beans.
  2. Add a big fat dollop of your favorite hummus in the middle – that’s the best place for it!
  3. Sprinkle your seeds, add a squeeze of lemon over top and enjoy to your hearts content!

Variations:

  • For the leafy greens, I picked up some baby kale on sale so that’s what I used but you can use whatever greens you like.
  • If you don’t have the pumpkin or hemp seeds, sub in sunflower or sesame seeds.

Everyday Nourish Bowl in a white bowl, ready to eat

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EVERYDAY NOURISH BOWL

A complete and easy meal that will nourish and revitalize you in the simplest way, everyday!

  • Prep Time: 5 min
  • Total Time: 5 minutes
  • Yield: Serves 1
  • Category: Entree
  • Cuisine: Vegan

Ingredients

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  • leafy greens of choice (I used baby kale)
  • cooked chickpeas (garbanzo beans)
  • carrots, grated or sliced
  • grape or cherry tomatoes, sliced in half
  • red onion, diced or green onion, sliced
  • cucumbers, sliced
  • 1/2 avocado, sliced
  • big fat dollop of hummus
  • pepitas (pumpkin seeds), to garnish
  • hemp hearts, to garnish
  • 1 lemon, squeezed at serving

Instructions

I’ll let you measure your ingredients. I used about 1/2 cup of chickpeas, 1/2 avocado and a small handful of carrots, tomatoes, onion and cucumber for each salad. Use however much you like depending on how big your salad is going to be.

Place your ingredients in your serving bowl, add a big dollop of hummus to the middle, sprinkle with seeds and a big squeeze of lemon. Say out loud, or to yourself, “I am grateful for all that is”, while keeping good thoughts in your mind. Then dig in and nourish yourself everyday!

Notes:

Add in any vegetables you prefer….broccoli florets, sliced zucchini, radishes, bell peppers, artichokes hearts, olives, etc. In the cooler months try adding in roasted vegetables like sweet potato, butternut squash, broccoli, carrots, etc. You can also add in some fresh herbs like parsley or cilantro if you have them on hand.

Sub in sunflower seeds and/or sesame seeds for the pumpkin seeds and hemp hearts.

For the best chickpea flavor, try making them fresh at home. It’s really easy and nothing beats the freshness of homemade chickpeas!

Enjoy and be grateful!

30 Comments

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  2. It it almost 9 pm here and I felt starving ll of a sudden.

  3. SO excited to give this a try tonight! I'm gunna add mushrooms, baby beetroot, and cauliflower. The bowl will be completely overflowing haha! Thanks for the inspiration :)

  4. Julie Yates says:

    This looks so beautiful, that I'm going to morph it into a big Thanksgiving appetizer platter for my family. Thanks for the inspiration!

  5. Julie I'm so glad I stumbled upon your blog! Although I've been a vegetarian for years, I seem to have neglected the part where you care about what you're eating and how you're eating. I've really come to embrace the raw and fresh food lifestyle and totally agree about how nourishing it is for you! Love this dish, a simple way to get in a bunch of delicious foods! :) Excited to follow along with your blog!

    1. Glad to have connected with you! I hope you stay on the path of eating well, there will be more to come to keep you inspired! Cheers :)

  6. Anonymous says:

    This looks great! What else could I use in place of the hummus?

    1. Hummus is my only recommendation for this bowl. I'm sure there are other things you can use like salad dressings and such but the hummus is exceptional! Do what you feel suits you best. :)

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