BBQ Pork Buddha Bowl




Buddha Bowls are all the rage right now! Buddha bowls, sometimes referred to as glory or hippie bowls, are hearty, filling dishes made of some sort of protein, various greens, raw or roasted veggies, beans, and a healthy grain like quinoa or brown rice. Sometimes they also include toppings like nuts, seeds and dressings for added texture and flavor. This BBQ Pork Buddha Bowl is my new favorite! It's got cauliflower rice, quinoa, sweet potato, corn, avocado, BBQ pork, ranch dressing, and BBQ sauce! Yum! Make it with me!









Buddha Bowls are meant to be quick and easy! You can follow my recipe exactly, I have calculated the macros and calories for the recipe as is, but feel free to tweak it and make it your own! These are meant to be filled with delicious flavors that you want to eat!






The BBQ pork in this recipe is actually my own recipe which is on the blog! Here's the link to my Shredded BBQ Pork https://myownmealplan.blogspot.com/2019/06/shredded-bbq-pork.html! This Shredded BBQ Pork is so easy and flavorful! I love making a big batch of it at the beginning of the week, then using it in other recipes throughout the week! Sometimes I get burned out of chicken, and this pork is my favorite way to spice up the week.





BBQ Pork Buddha Bowl 
Yields 1 serving
364 Calories / 14 F / 32 C / 29 P

1/2 cup cauliflower rice
100 grams Shredded BBQ Pork 
1 tablespoon quinoa
1/4 cup sweet potato, diced and cooked
1/4 cup corn
1 green onion stalk
1/2 cup green bell pepper, diced
3 asparagus spears
20 grams avocado
1/2 ounces sunflower seeds
2 tablespoons Bolthouse Farms Classic Ranch

To a bowl, add the cooked cauliflower rice, BBQ pork, quinoa, and sweet potato.

In a frying pan over medium heat, cook the corn, green onion, green bell pepper, and asparagus. Spray the veggies with cooking spray. Cook for 2-3 minutes.

Add the cooked veggies to the bowl. Add the avocado and sunflower seeds and top with ranch dressing! Enjoy!





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