Top 5 Delicious Power Bowls

by Kelli Davis on Mar 15, 2013

Have you ever tried a power bowl? Power bowls can be filled with any power foods that you can think of including fruit, vegetables, protein, and more. Below are 5 creative ideas from participants in the Powerbowl A Day Challenge, hosted by PowerCakes, with ingredients you might want to include in your next power bowl.


1. Power bowl chop salad with cucumber, tomato, spinach, celery, kidney beans, shrimp and seed crackers.

Photo via Michelle Donald


2. Power bowl with spinach, peppers, cucumber, tomatoes, olives, roasted chickpeas, raw sunflower seeds, green onion, and fresh basil with a balsamic lime dressing.

Photo via Jennifer Pruden


3. Power bowl with cheezy spinach, kale, chard, red peppers, red cabbage, beet kraut, and hemp seeds with spicy tahini sauce.

Photo via Jessie Nieves


4. Tuna power bowl with spring mix, red cabbage, avocado, celery, red onion, Fuji apple, and lime juice.

Photo via Jessica Marshall


5. Power bowl salad with peppers, onion, Japanese sweet potatoes, sundried tomatoes, avocado, green goddess dressing, and dulse flakes.

Photo via PowerCakes


Visit the Powerbowl A Day Challenge for more inspiration on how to create a delicious power bowl.

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Kelli Davis

Kelli Davis IDEA Author/Presenter

Kelli Davis is the Social Media/Web Products Manager at IDEA.

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