This weekend the time slipped away and before I knew it, the afternoon was upon us. I pulled out some fresh veggies from the fridge and thought, I better get my camera out and record this because it is going to be good! A beautiful array of colors filled my cutting board and a few ideas crept in after my meditaiton. Those are the best!
Soon I was adding a scramble, though not from tofu, from chickpea flour! I decided to cook everything separately to create a big beautiful abundant buddha bowl adding savory “bacon” flavored mushrooms that really bring the meal up a notch. By the time I was plating, I was thrilled, beaming before I ate. I served it “what a visually appealing meal” remarked Gerald, and I couldn’t agree more. You literally eat with your eyes before your first bite, dig in and say YUM. A vegan scramble, red bell peppers, onion and garlic mix, green onions, jalapeños, savory mushrooms and dark leafy greens with a lemon on top create a gorgeous and healthy meal. Serve with your favorite toast, tortilla or grains and you have a complete meal. We had ours with coffee, though tea, juice or lemon water would be equally as good.
There shall be no dissapointment found in this meal, only feel good vibes from start to finish with the colors to enhance your mood and day. After eating it, I felt full but not weighed down which was great! Breakfast Buddha Bowls are full of vibrant colors, fresh and smoky flavors and creates the most wonderful brunch or breakfast.
“Bacon” Flavoring for the mushrooms:
Add a piece of toast for a complete meal with grains, protein, healthy fats, fiber, veggies and love. This can be easily mixed and matched with your favorite vegetables. The second time I made it I did add a little salt and pepper to the onions and peppers towards the end and it added even more flavor. Even if you don’t like mushrooms you may be surprised how well you love these. Gerald and I both love them this way.
I am confident you will love this recipe, it’s full of flavor, is so inviting to your senses, extremely healthy and beautiful! It leaves you full but not weighed down.
Thank you for your time and stopping by. If you make and love this recipe, it would make my day to find out. Tag @artisticvegan77 on IG or #artisticvegan so I can see and hopefully share.
Eat and shine on in abundance.
With lots of love & gratitude,
Namaste ~ Namatasty ;)
PS - Let me know if you want my vegan kimchi recipe! :)
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