Healthy Recipes

Fresh Buddha Bowl with Roasted Chickpeas


Anti-inflammatory Healthy Recipe

  • Persons 1
  • Serving Size 1
  • Prep Time15 minutes
  • Cook Time 30 minutes
  • Total Time 45 minutes


  • 2 Tbsp olive oil
  • 1/2 red onion (in wedges)
  • 2 sweet potatoes (cut in wedges)
  • 1 pc broccoli (without the stems)
  • 2 cups of kale (without the stems)
  • For the chickpeas:
  • 2 oz chickpeas (drained, rinsed, and dried)
  • 3/4 tsp chili powder
  • 1 tsp cumin
  • 1 tsp garlic powder
  • salt and pepper
  • 1/2 tsp turmeric


1. Preheat your over at 400 F or 204 C.

2. On a baking tray covered with a baking sheet: arrange the onions and sweet potatoes, drizzle them with oil making sure they are all coated. Bake for 10 min.

3. Toss the sweet potatoes and onions, then add the broccoli, season with salt and pepper, bake for an additional 10 min.

4. for the chickpeas: in a large skillet at medium heat, add the chickpeas with the seasonings and olive oil. Toss them until roasted.

5.Serve: On a large bowl add the fresh kale, the roasted vegetables, and sweet potatoes. Top the salad with your roasted chickpeas.

If you want you can add olive oil as dressing with apple cider vinegar!

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