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Roast your favorite veggies such as butternut squash, onions, and peppers with a drizzle of harissa, red wine vinegar, and olive oil. You may never want to eat vegetables any other way. Get the recipe.
You can add any protein (like tofu, if you're cutting back on meat), and any of your favorite veggies to this Asian-inspired rice noodle bowl. Get the recipe.
These deconstructed enchiladas are made with black beans, green lentils and rice in a creamy chili-cheese sauce. Get the recipe.
Between the quinoa and the edamame, this hearty bowl packs plenty of protein.
And the slightly sweet and tangy ginger-miso dressing is the icing on the cake. Get the recipe.
Tofu gets a delicious upgrade in these Hawaiian-inspired bowls. Top them with anything from cilantro or avocado to coconut flakes and pineapple. Get the recipe.
Take a trip to your local farmer's market and stock up on fall's best produce like Brussels sprouts, acorn squash, kale, and honeycrisp apples. Top it all off with a delicious dressing made of tahini, maple syrup, apple cider vinegar, cinnamon, and cayenne pepper. Get the recipe.
You can whip up this colorful veggie bowl in about 10 minutes. It may be simple, but it's full of flavor. Get the recipe.
This better-for-you version of a burrito starts with a quinoa base. Then, add all your favorite Tex-Mex toppings like black beans, avocado, bell pepper, and sweet potato. Get the recipe.
Cauliflower steals the show in this spicy bowl. It gets baked until golden and crispy, then topped with a mix of hot sauce, sriracha, butter, and coconut milk. Get the recipe.
Healthy breakfast pasta really exists. Top these zucchini noodles in avocado cream sauce. If you're vegan, skip the fried egg. Get the recipe.
This recipe calls for a mix of roasted squash, crispy Brussels sprouts, steamed kale, and spiced chickpeas, but you can really use whatever veggies you have on hand. Get the recipe.
This creamy cauliflower "risotto" gets its richness from coconut or almond milk. Then, it gets a kick from a spicy sauce made with chili, garlic, and avocado Get the recipe.
Make a big batch of this peanut sauce made with toasted sesame oil, soy sauce, maple syrup, chili garlic sauce, and chunky peanut butter: You're going to want to put it on absolutely everything. Get the recipe.
Start your day off right with a heaping bowl of quinoa, kale, and blistered tomato. For some extra protein, you can also add your favorite kind of eggs. Get the recipe.
There's no raw fish in these "poke" bowls. These colorful concoctions are made with brown rice, edamame, ginger-marinated beets, julienned vegetables, and a drool-worthy avocado wasabi cream. Get the recipe.
Roasted veggies and warm hummus makes for the perfect, feel-good comfort food on cozy fall days. Get the recipe.
If you don't have time to make the green goddess dressing from scratch, any store-bought version will do the trick. Drizzle it on top of this savory-sweet mixture of spinach, cabbage, figs, and green apple. Get the recipe.
Made with pomegranate quinoa, spiced cranberry sauce, mashed avocado, and sweet potatoes roasted in paprika and cinnamon, it's basically Thanksgiving dinner in a single bowl. Get the recipe.
These spiced chickpeas are sauted with onion, chili powder, cumin, cinnamon, cayenne, and fire roasted tomatoes. They might just be your new favorite salad topper. Get the recipe.
Black rice gets topped with shiitake mushrooms, bok choy, cabage, and carrots. Mix up an easy homemade dressing with soy sauce, rice vinegar, tahini, ginger, garlic, and spicy Sriracha to top it all off. Get the recipe.
Toss Balinese style fried tempeh onto a base of rice, cabbage, carrots, green beans, and basil. If you don't want to make tomato sambal from scratch, any canned version of Sambal Oelek should do the trick. Get the recipe.
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