It seems Buddha bowls have as many variations as there are stars in the sky, and there is no wrong way to build one! But we prefer to keep things classic and simple with hummus, quinoa, avocado and loads of veggies!

Katie Webster
Source:, August 2017


Ingredient Checklist


Instructions Checklist
  • Arrange quinoa, chickpeas, cucumbers, tomatoes and avocado in a wide bowl.

  • Stir hummus, roasted red pepper, lemon juice and water in a bowl. Add more water to reach desired consistency for dressing. Add parsley, salt and pepper and stir to combine. Serve with the Buddha bowl.

Nutrition Facts

503 calories; protein 17.9g; carbohydrates 75g; dietary fiber 16.1g; sugars 5.8g; fat 16.6g; saturated fat 2.3g; vitamin a iu 1731.2IU; vitamin c 39.3mg; folate 230.2mcg; calcium 100.2mg; iron 5.7mg; magnesium 206.1mg; potassium 1082.7mg; sodium 572.5mg; thiamin 0.4mg.

Reviews (4)

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  • 5 star values: 4
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Rating: 5 stars
It was tasty, filling and super fast! I changed quinoa by couscous (I mixed them in my mind by mistake) and it made the process even faster, since couscous cooks in 5 min. I was thinking on how good the recipe was even when I was trying to fall asleep in my bed haha. Read More
Rating: 5 stars
Super easy to make and totally delicious! I pan-roasted my bell pepper used a bit of it for the dressing and the rest I served with the bowl along with more chopped parsley on top. I prepped all my veggies while the quinoa was in the rice cooker done in 30 minutes. Loved it! Read More
Rating: 5 stars
I added half a teaspoon of minced garlic to the sauce and also a bit of tumeric. This recipe was amazing healthy and really filling which i struggle to find with healthy meals. A lunch time regular now:) Read More
Rating: 5 stars
Really good for a raw vegan recipe. Sometimes I add olives and feta cheese for extra richness and flavor. Read More