I wanted to share with you my recent experiment with creating ‘buddha bowl’ meal bowls – something I’ve wanted to make for a while now, and finally made the time for.
Over the last couple of months I fell into a ‘quick and easy’ rut with our meals. Not that we weren’t eating well, but I have been so busy lately that I fell into a meal-planning trap. I started preparing larger amounts of the foods to save time. I’m not feeling guilty about it because it was what I needed to do to keep my sanity and I know you’ve all been there at one time or another. Possibly you were even right there with me as the school year wound down!
But suddenly my son became less willing to try new foods. I knew it was time to push myself to start changing things up more. And now, thanks to Pinterest, I’ve kind of become obsessed with meal bowls. There are endless pictures of buddha bowls available for inspiration, and they always look so appetizing and colourful, not to mention healthy. And with the variety of ingredients packed into one bowl it seems like a meal that is sure to satisfy.