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Sweet Potato Falafel Buddha Bowl |

Hello!! Today is a beautiful day. I’m in Mexico celebrating my birthday, the anniversary of  Sweet Potato Soul, AND the launch of my brand-new vegan meal plan program, Buddhalicous! Yes, I know how to celebrate 🙂

Buddhalicious isn’t just any old vegan meal plan program. Easy, delicious, and balanced Buddha bowls are the core of the meal plan program. Buddha bowls, one-bowl meals, have become a “top wellness trend” over the last few years because of their versatility, ease, nutrient density, and wonderful flavors. I eat a simple Buddha bowl almost daily! They take about 5-10 minutes to whip up, and are incredibly nourishing. I also love that the flavor combinations are endless. I can’t get bored…ever! Buddha bowls are sometimes called macrobiotic bowls (or macro bowl). They come from the Japanese zen Buddhist monk and macrobiotic traditions. Buddhalicious meal plan recipes draw inspiration from these traditions to bring you delicious wholeness and balance.

But perhaps the most exciting part about Buddhalicious is that we just launched a FREE weekend experience! I hope you’ll join in the fun. Sign up today by visiting the SoBuddhalicious website.

Leave a comment below if you have tried my vegan meal plan. Also, tell me your favorite thing to prep!

About Jenne

I’m a Georgia Peach living in Los Angeles (by way of NYC), with an insatiable love of sweet potatoes, travel, animals, and cooking. On Sweet Potato Soul you’ll discover hundreds of delicious and easy-to-make vegan recipes.

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  1. Yes, yes, yes,. I got the shopping list and recipes for the Buddhalicious Weekend Challenge . I have most of what’s listed (awesome) and I just brought the Tahini on Amazon and it’ll be here today (Amazon Prime is awesome). I’m so excited. Let the bowl making begin.