17 Mediterranean recipes that will make you feel like you’re on vacation

Macro bowls are a “choose your own adventure” of healthy and delicious eating. similar to aBuddha bowland a simplified form of balanced nutrition, which usually consists of a grain-based diet, raw or cooked vegetables, a protein of your choice, and healthy fats such as avocado, hummus, or flavorful butter. home clothes. They’re called macro bowls because they hit all of your macronutrients: carbs, protein, and fat. From Asian to Mexican to Italian, any of your favorite foods can be split into a macro bowl that will make you fall in love.healthy, clean eating. Your only dilemma is which one to do first!

Tuna Poke Bowl


The bowls are basically OG macro bowls made from a combination filled with fish, vegetables and whole grains (usually rice). This tuna casserole recipe is the perfect recipe for a healthy lunch that will leave you satisfied and energized. (throughBrit + Co.)

Roasted Vegetable Buddha Bowls with Yum Sauce

The rounded, colorful bowl makes us want to dig in right away. This nutritious dish features sweet potatoes, chickpeas, and greens among plenty of veggies, then topped with a delicious sauce that fills every bite with pure deliciousness! (through Live Eat Learn)

Hot Honey Crispy Salmon Bowls

This macro bowl recipe will satisfy all your color cravings. It’s stuffed with a hearty salmon and asparagus combo, then drizzled with homemade avocado salsa. (through Half-baked crop)

Macro bowl with turmeric-tahini dressing

To make hummus, dust off the jar of tahini you bought and use it to enrich the macro bowl. Turmeric has anti-inflammatory properties, making this healthy dish a great way to refuel after a hard workout. (throughKeep the kindness)

Sunlight bowl full of Buddha

This healthy macro bowl recipe will make you glow from the inside out! The combination of vegetables and fruits is an unexpected element in a satisfying and beautiful dish. Or should we say Buddha-ful? (through Two spoons)

Beware – macro bowls

Mix fermented carrot salad, quinoa, and black beans into this healthy bowl. Whip up some garlic tahini sauce and you’ve got a meal fit for a (healthy) queen! (throughA house in the mountains)

Beet Poke Bowls

Try this vegan side dish for a refreshing bite for lunch or dinner. After you finish marinating the beets, it only takes a few minutes to combine the vegetables and grains! (through Chef Bai)

Vegetarian Mediterranean Mezze Bowl

Get a scoop of juicy, crunchy, Mediterranean grains and veggies with this recipe. If you love a good gyro, this mezze bowl will make you want more. (through The Eggy Veg)

Roasted Vegetable Bulgur Bowl with Lamb Cutlets

Macro bowls make a great midday meal with lamb meatballs in this dish. Bulgur is a delicious addition to traditional grains like quinoa or brown rice. (through Uprooting kitchen)

Chimichurri Shrimp Bowls

If you want to spice things up a bit, this chimichurri bowl delivers all the delicious flavors. You get a creamy yet crunchy mouthful in every bite. (through Comfortable desire)

Quick-cooking barbecue dishes

Chipotle, who? These barbacoa grain bowls have changed the way you eat out. (through The Girl on Bloor)

Soba noodles with fried tomato, mushroom and egg

Soba noodles are a great gluten-free alternative to traditional pasta because they’re made from buckwheat flour (despite the name, it’s not wheat or grain). Their nutty flavor enhances the umami flavor of the mushrooms and eggs in this dish. (throughCook up Nourish Bliss)

Copycat Sweetgreen Collection Bowl

Save money on dinner by making this copycat recipe! It offers plenty of vegetables and fruits to keep you full throughout the day. (through Rachel Mansfield)

Sweet Potato Hemp Seed Quinoa Bowls

Do this Meatless Monday Mexican theme by eating this macro bowl filled with sweet potatoes and black beans. Avocado on top is a must, and if you eat dairy, try adding cheddar cheese. (through Making thyme for health)

Vegetarian Tempeh Shawarma Bowl

Consider shopping for these fun plates with this delicious recipe made with a vegan protein called tempeh. It’s a perfect combination of spicy and mild and looks very attractive. (through Eating with Maria)

Southwest Vegetable Bowl

Skip the lines at Chipotle at lunchtime and whip up this recipe instead. Sweet potatoes will keep you satisfied, and veggies will keep you energized for the afternoon. (through One Sweet Mess)

Easy Shrimp and Broccoli Bowls

This recipe for Shrimp and Broccoli Bowls will instantly solve your weeknight dinner fiasco. It’s simple and easy and only takes 20 minutes of your time. (through Salt and lavender)

Lemongrass Rice Bowl with Sweet Ginger Mushrooms

This Asian-inspired macro bowl has all-vegetarian ingredients. Your weeknight lunch or dinner will change once you smell the sweet ginger mushroom. (through No eggs or ham)

Curried Red Lentil and Quinoa Bowls with Cilantro-Mint Chutney

Indian food may not always be traditionally healthy, but this recipe makes your favorite curry easy. Make extra chutney because you’ll want to put it on everything. (through Oh, my vegetables)

Apricot Glazed Seitan Rice Bowls

Crispy grilled seitan is glazed with gooey, sweet apricots, so every time you dig in, you’ll see a mouthwatering contrast of flavors! (through This woman cooks)

Green Chicken Casserole with Roasted Pearl Couscous

These homemade bowls are like the new CAVA. Get a great taste of Greece between chunks of feta cheese, tomatoes, chicken and chickpeas. (through Barley and sage)

Brown Rice Miso Macro Bowl

If you haven’t started cooking with miso yet, this recipe should get you started. This meal is full of fiber and perfectly balanced with carbohydrates, proteins and healthy fats. Bonus: It takes less than 10 minutes to put together, but feels like it took hours to prepare. (through Elimination of nutrition)

Medium Green Buddha Bowl

Paint the lines with this Buddha bowl recipe (green). Grab some edamame, avocado, broccoli and cilantro, then top it all off with a poached egg of your choice. (through A bitter prospect)

Hawaiian Poke Bowl

Treat yourself to this dish full of freshness. Sushi lovers will love this macro bowl because it’s made with tuna and topped with the usual sushi elements. (through Takes two eggs)

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