Paleo Power Bowl Recipe Details
Hi babes! It’s the first day of November and that means I legit just stuffed my face with candy all day yesterday. Sound familiar?! Halloween is over and it’s time to eat HEALTHY! The past three years I’ve done a “clean” November, eating strictly paleo and no alcohol until Thanksgiving. It’s a great way to get ahead of the holiday weight and feel good going into the new year. NO diet for me coming January 1st!
Today I wanted to share a go-to Paleo meal that I make all the time for lunch and/or dinner. I call it my Paleo Power Bowl. It’s delicious and filling! The base consists of a lettuce of your choice and my cauliflower rice. I prefer arugula for it’s peppery taste. Depending on the time of year, I layer on in-season veggies with my choice of protein. I recommend making a big batch of cauliflower rice and protein (crockpot chicken or ground turkey) at the beginning of the week so it’s easy to build a bowl! Prepping always makes eating healthy SO much easier!
Below is what you will need and the steps for making my nom nom Power Paleo Bowl. Let’s get to cooking, boos!
(makes 4 servings)
4 cups arugula
1 bowl of cauliflower rice – recipe here
1 lb. ground turkey
1/2 cup fresh salsa
2 cups roasted brussel sprouts
1 cup cubed avocado
1 cup sliced mini pepers
1 cup halved cherry tomatoes
1 cup broccoli sprouts
pinch of salt
1. Toss brussel sprouts with olive oil, salt and pepper. Roast in the oven at 400 degrees for about 25 minutes or until browned.
2. While brussels are roasting, cook ground turkey in a saucepan, on med heat, with 1/2 cup of fresh salsa.
3. Simultaneously cook to cauliflower rice if not prepped prior. Recipe here.
4. Once brussels, turkey and cauliflower are cooked, it’s time to build your bowl! Place 1 cup of arugula in the bottom of you dish.
5. Layer on the remaining ingredients: 1/4 lb. ground turkey, 1/2 cup cauliflower rice, 1/4 cup brussel sprouts, 1/4 cup avocado, 1/4 cup peppers, 1/4 cup cherry tomatoes, 1/4 cup broccoli sprouts.
6. Toss on a pinch of himalayan salt and enjoy!
*Optional – sometimes I add a fried egg on top 😉