• Vicky

Roasted Cauliflower Buddha Bowl


While we've been staying at home, I've been able to get a little head start on incorporating the recipes from my upcoming Spring Detox + Clean Eating Kickstart into my regular meal rotation. The rainbow of colors from this Roasted Cauliflower Buddha Bowl were so vibrant (no filter)! I just had to get some photos, and then I thought this might be a fun, easy recipe to share so you can get a "taste" of what's to come in the program.


This clean, healthy meal is so full of nourishment! The variety of colors speaks to all the various vitamins and nutrients. And, it was very filling...I was not foraging for a snack in the afternoon and didn't eat again until dinner.


If you've been feeling the effects of inflammation in your body, this meal would be one to try. The leafy greens and Turmeric both help to fight inflammation. The Turmeric I use is actually a superfoods blend from YourSuper.com called Mellow Yellow. This blend includes Turmeric, Ashwagandha, ginger, cinnamon, lucuma, and pepper and is super at counteracting inflammation and stress.


When planning to make this recipe, be sure to account for the roasting of the cauliflower upfront...plan for about 10 minutes to get it chopped and coated, then another 30-35 minutes in the oven. While the cauliflower is roasting, you can prep the other ingredients.


This meal also holds up well for leftovers. The cauliflower doesn't get mushy and it's quick and easy to assemble on day 2. I love to make food in batches and have leftovers for a few days (to help minimize my time in the kitchen).


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