Nourish Bowls

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I drool every time I see McKel of Nutrition Stripped post a photo of her daily Nourish Bowl, so this week I finally made one of my own. I ate one last night for dinner, then I had the one pictured for lunch.

I may eat this every day for the rest of my life.

What I love about the Nourish Bowl concept is that it takes very little prep work, and you can change it up every time you make one. The only prep work I did for this one was to roast the broccoli and brussels sprouts last night (which I was doing anyways for dinner). The sweet potato was easy enough to microwave since I didn’t have time to roast it. And I cheated with store-bought hummus. The salmon is Wild Planet brand from Sprouts, the beans are Eden brand, and the olives are canned.

Nourish Bowl

The only thing I forgot to include in the photo is the kale underneath all of that colorful goodness. Last night I chopped up some kale, massaged it with a little olive oil and salt, and stuck it in a bag to use for a few days. Easy!

This afternoon I pulled everything out of the refrigerator, threw it in a bowl, squeezed a bit of lemon on top and chowed down munched mindfully. It was delicious.

I can’t wait to do it again.

To learn how to make your own Nourish Bowl, click here.

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  • HappyBodyHappyLife Tonya Bonin March 24, 2014 at 12:04 pm

    I love this idea Alysa!!

  • Stephanie Sheaffer March 28, 2014 at 9:28 pm

    I don’t blame you! It looks delicious – and sure to make you feel strong + healthy. How did you prepare the salmon?

  • Matt March 30, 2014 at 4:57 pm

    Looks delicious!

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