From the hearty rice base to the bright and tasty toppings, these rice bowl recipes are too good to resist.
Vegan, low-carb, or gluten-free, there’s something for everyone here.
Plus, they’re crazy-versatile and super easy to modify to fit your diet and needs.
Whether you need something full of veggies, packed with protein, or just plain easy to whip up on a busy weeknight, we’ve got you covered.
These easy rice bowl recipes are colorful, brimming with goodness, and ideal for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
As meatless Monday gains popularity, it is always great to have some vegan recipes on hand.
So, why not ditch the fish and grab some tofu for a deliciously diverse rice bowl.
This recipe uses watermelon radish, cucumber, red cabbage, edamame, carrot, and avocado for a colorful bowl.
Looking for a healthy bowl to fuel your fire?
Go ahead and try this delicious bowl that will undoubtedly make your favorites list.
Feel free to use the ingredients as listed – it’s pretty scrumptious – or add in some of your favorite Mexican flavors.
All hail the King of vegan cooking: the mighty cauliflower!
Thanks to this humble veggie and the rise of cauliflower rice, you can enjoy your favorite burrito bowl without all those pesky carbs!
This recipe relies on steamable frozen veggies and cauliflower rice and is perfect with canned black beans and your favorite premade pico de gallo.
Give your body some much-needed rest and recovery with this fiber-packed healthy bowl.
The quinoa and adzuki beans add a healthy amount of protein while keeping your body clean from having to digest fatty meats.
This is the perfect lunch bowl to keep you full and satisfied all day. Or add some lean grilled chicken to make it a yummy and healthy dinner.
This rice-specific recipe guides you through creating a creamy, island-inspired treat. I suggest bookmarking this because you’ll want it on the side of everything!
Once you get the rice perfect, top it with mango and pineapple, chicken, veggies, toasted coconut, and teriyaki sauce.
I’m not sure how I lived without this one.
The fragrant shrimp puttanesca is well balanced and a lovely twist on traditional pasta puttanesca.
The centerpiece is prepared with tomatoes, capers, garlic, olives, anchovies, and, of course, shrimp.
You might need to make a trip to the store to get all of these ingredients. But if you haven’t made puttanesca before, please do yourself a favor and give this a try!
Looking for a way to liven up leftover rice? You found it!
Just fry the still-cold rice with pineapple, eggs, bell pepper, and cashews to create lovely fried rice that’s unlike any other.
I like this recipe a bit spicier to pair with sweet and sour notes, so I add chili oil with the soy sauce and Sriracha. Delish!
Asian cultures have served rice at breakfast for centuries, and for good reason.
It’s mild in flavor, so it pairs well with pretty much anything. Plus, it’s cheap, and it’s wonderfully filling!
So, why not replace your morning toast with rice for your next fried egg and avocado meal?
Fajita bowls are a staple in my house. Bright, flavorful, and loaded with zesty goodness, I could eat them every day!
This is one of the easiest recipes to try if you need to meal prep for a few days.
You could also prepare chicken and shrimp at the same time to add diversity to your meals.
Almost all of these rice bowl recipes are “build your own,” meaning you can change them up however you like.
But with this Asian dish, you might not need any other recipes! The flavorful sauce will suck you in and hold on tight.
There are several components to the sauce, but they are pretty typical of Asian cuisine.
So if you cook this kind of food often, I’m sure you already have rice vinegar, soy sauce, sesame oil, ginger, honey, and chili paste.
If you want a family-friendly dinner that’s frugal and filling, look no further.
Korean beef has a rich and robust flavor, but since this is prepared with ground beef, it’s much more budget-friendly.
Served over rice, your family will be left feeling full and happy after this dinner!
Bibimbap is a Korean staple that everyone should try at least once in their lives.
It is so simple to throw together!
After the beef, fried egg, and rice are cooked, all that is left is to assemble with your favorite veggies. Stir and enjoy!
I can’t be the only one who ends up with too much barbecue chicken after a summer gathering, right?
If that sounds familiar, give this recipe a shot.
I recommend following the ingredient list, as the sweet potato, bell pepper, and red onion are the perfect BBQ bowl sides.
From fridge to table in just 25 minutes, this is a no-brainer for busy nights.
Gently seasoned with classic flavors, this Asian shrimp recipe is light, bright, and so, so good.
Of course, you can add in any veggies you crave for a bit of extra color and crunch when serving.
As the name suggests, the focus of this recipe is the adzuki beans.
Adzuki beans are nutrient-rich and incredibly flexible, especially in your favorite rice bowls!
This recipe also includes a mouthwatering miso sauce that adds the perfect umami balance.
If you try any recipe from this list, please let it be this yummy quinoa bowl.
I am a sucker for mango salsa, so I was instantly won over by bites of sweet and tart mango paired with mojo chicken.
The quinoa base adds a healthy amount of fiber and protein, too!
Picture this: Chipotle flavor meets vegan soul food. Who could say no to that?
You’ll love how clean and flavorful this burrito bowl is. And the grilled portobello mushrooms give such a delicious and meaty texture in place of chicken or beef.
Don’t worry; there is plenty of protein between black beans and a hefty serving of mushrooms.
I’m pretty sure this is called “forbidden rice” because it’s one of the world’s best-kept secrets.
I almost feel like we need a secret passcode just to read the recipe – which is quite extensive.
But since it’s so good, I recommend making extra so you can enjoy it all week.
If your veggies start losing their crunch after a day or two, add some hot miso broth for a lovely vegan pho!
I’m blown away by the creativity of vegetarian dishes today! Gone are the days of sad veggie bowls that left you starving after an hour.
This kimchi brown rice bowl is topped with grilled tempeh, a plant-based protein. It’s then partnered with crunchy vegetables dressed with a zesty peanut sauce.
Meatless Mondays just got a whole lot better!
This is a beautiful dish that goes so far beyond expectations!
You’ll be pleasantly surprised by the rich flavor of the coconut peanut sauce, and the various add-ins create a flavor profile unlike any other.
Not only is this dish divine, but it is also colorful and serves beautifully for hosting dinner parties.
Simple comfort food always has a place in my home.
And it doesn’t get more comforting than this classic Japanese recipe, where you mix a raw egg in hot steamed rice.
Of course, you’ll add in some veggies and a few flavor-boosting ingredients.
The result is a creamy rice bowl that’s savory and filling.
Rather than rice, this bowl calls for farro, which is in the grains family.
So, because farro is a grain, people who have gluten intolerance should find an alternative carb for this recipe.
Everyone else just needs to cook the rice, roast some broccoli, then toss it all together with chickpeas, arugula, and red onion.
Taco bowls are definitely a must-have in every recipe repertoire.
There’s no need to worry about preparing meat; you can enjoy the same Mexican flavors with this vegetarian taco bowl recipe.
Use frozen or canned ingredients to make this recipe even easier to put together.
These chicken meatballs are always a hit in my house.
They are coated in a strawberry balsamic Asian-inspired glaze that perfectly pairs with jasmine rice, cucumber salad, and cashews.
I love the added sweetness, and I think you will too!
This recipe reminds me of a deconstructed Greek gyro.
The bowl is loaded with flavorful chicken, tomatoes, cucumber, red onions, and hummus.
I highly recommend topping with a dollop of tzatziki to add a cool and creamy touch.
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