8 Macro Bowl Recipes to Help You Detox From the Weekend
Your week of eating healthy starts here.
Published Sep 28, 2018 4:56 PM
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You’ve probably seen one on Pinterest, scrolled past it on Instagram, or dog-eared a variation of it from the pages of your favorite foodie magazine. It’s no secret thatmacro bowl
s have been making a splash as of late—especially in the realm of healthy eating—and it’s easy to see why. The foundation of a macro bowl typically tends to remain the same. At its core, it consists of a combination of healthy grains, vegetables, beans, and some sort of healthy fat (read avocado). And while there are (arguably) myriad ways in which one may assemble the nutrient-packed dish, the foundation of the concept remains the same. Ahead, the macro bowl recipes you need to get that jump-start on eating green.
Super Pink Roasted Beet & Rice Salad
Easy Mexican Macro Bowls
Vibrant Spring Broccoli Buddha Bowl
Broccoli, cabbage, and avocado are three of the more common ingredients one can expect to find in a macro bowl. This clever take definitely puts a refreshing spin on the classic thanks to the addition of the blood orange and turmeric-ginger vinaigrette.
Get the recipe on Half Baked Harvest.
The Ultimate Bliss Bowl
Homemade falafels definitely sets this one apart from the rest. Roasted veggies seasoned with cumin complement the spinach base while jalapenos bring on an added kick with a healthy dose of spice.
Get the recipe on Pinch of Yum.
Macro Bowls with Turmeric Tahini Sauce
While this one may embody the usual scope of ingredients one may expect to find in a macro bowl, it’s the addition of the sprouted mung beans and fermented veggies that take it to the next level. Topped with a turmeric-tahini dressing and a scoop of hemp seeds for added crunch, the dynamic flavors of this one really shine through.
Get the recipe on Love and Lemons.
A Macro Bowl
Take your macro bowl to the next level with the addition of a fried egg on top. Fennel adds a refreshing touch while roasted brussels sprouts and sliced white button mushrooms bring on a dynamic and elevated twist.
Get the recipe on The Feed Feed.
Roasted Turmeric Cauliflower Buddha Bowls
Turmeric is the undeniable star of the show of this vegan and gluten-free bowl, which can be paired with a wide variety of greens. Topped with a tahini-vinaigrette, this blend combines an array of healthy ingredients such as broccoli, kale, and carrots.
Get the recipe on Nourish Every Day.
The Big Vegan Bowl
Roasted sweet potatoes, quinoa, and chickpeas were made for one another, and this vegan-friendly bowl is all the proof you need. Pair with a dollop of hummus for an entirely filling (and delicious) touch.Get the recipe on Oh She Glows.