Experts at Swiggy list 9 easy power bowls that you can make or order in minutes!
Bowls are the new plates. If you are in touch with the world of food like we are, you would have noticed how bowl meals, also called “Power Bowls” are creating a buzz. Power bowls are in essence, complete meals filled with nutritious and healthy ingredients compartmentalized for convenience sake. A Power Bowl is literally throwing a number of things into a bowl for a quick nutritious meal. It all starts with a base and then adding layers of flavor. Power Bowls will satisfy your hunger and taste buds while keeping you a 100% guiltfree as you steamroll through the week. Get your spoons and forks ready, in the spirit of living a healthy life with some incredibly delicious, wholesome, and lip-smacking “Power Bowls”.
Here is how it’s usually done:
Pick you Complex Carb:
Pick your Protein:
Select your Veggies (Fresh or Roasted):
Add some Fat and Flavor
Experts from Swiggy list 9 delicious power bowls to energize you and keep you away from being slumped over your desk, mid-afternoon in desperate need of coffee.
Fruit and Yogurt Bowl
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Breakfast bowls are growing in popularity as they are an easy fix to starting the day on a healthy note. This fruit and yogurt bowl uses Greek yogurt as a base, top it with unsweetened peanut butter and real fruit jam (or raw cut up fruit) to keep it as healthy as possible.
A healthy breakfast is the best way to begin your day and nothing better than an acai bowl. A thick-blended smoothie of frozen acai berries poured into a bowl and topped with all sorts of fresh fruit and crunchy granola.
Coconut Banana Oatmeal Bowls
Another option for a delicious breakfast is Coconut Banana Oatmeal, a tropical breakfast treat. It’s gluten free, naturally sweet and garnished with coconut flakes, cinnamon, quinoa, and mango.
Vegetarian Brown Rice Bowls
The vegetarian brown rice bowl is uber healthy and nutritious, as it is high on fiber and can be packed with your favorite veggies for a complete meal.
A burrito bowl with brown rice, fajita veggies, black beans, fresh tomato salsa, and guacamole is as delicious as is nutritious.
Quinoa is high on protein, dietary fiber, is gluten free and tastes delicious when combined with meat and veggies.
Soba Noodle Bowls
Soba noodles (buckwheat noodles) are gluten free, offer beneficial manganese and fit into in calorie-conscious diets. You can dig right into these healthy soba noodle bowls, topped with vegetables, tofu, and/or meat and a light peanut sauce, for a quick and filling meal!
Buddha bowls also known as Hippie or Glory bowls are hearty dishes made of various greens, vegetables on top of a nutritious base such as quinoa or brown rice.
Polenta is a gluten free low carbohydrate food rich in vitamin A and C. Polenta bowls with chickpeas, roasted eggplant, zucchini, red and yellow peppers is an irresistible combination.
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