Quick and Easy Plant Based Buddha Bowl Recipe!
May 09, 2019
What You Think is Healthy Actually Isn’t...
There is so much information out there about what's healthy and whats not. So many fad diets out their claiming to be healthy when all they are doing is setting you up for failure and making health complicated and totally not fun!
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One of the simplest healthy tips to live by is to eat more whole foods instead of processed foods. This is exactly what this quick and easy buddha bowl recipe below provides you.
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Now let's get to that recipe...
Quick & Easy Plant Based Buddha Bowl
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Chop sweet potatoes into small cubes & put them on sheet pan.
Drain chick peas out of can and put them on other side of sheet pan.
Bake at 400 degrees for 15-20 minutes.
- Mix all the ingredients in a large bowl and enjoy!
Lots of love!
- Britt Nicole -
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