The Super Bowl might bring beer and nachos to mind, but these power-packed meals are full of healthy seasonal superfoods to enjoy this winter.
5-Ingredient Slow Cooker Salsa Chicken Bowls
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These salsa chicken bowls require only five ingredients and can be made in the slow cooker—perfect for those cold days when you want to come home and have a nourishing meal ready and waiting for you (like these winter slow cooker recipes).
Get the recipe: Slow Cooker Salsa Chicken Bowls
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Wild Salmon and Sorghum Bowl
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Wild salmon pairs well with the warm, nutty taste of sorghum, a nutrient-rich ancient grain. Creamy avocado makes this wholesome dish taste as indulgent as it is nourishing.
Get the recipe: Wild Salmon and Sorghum Bowl
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Vegan Plant Power Bowl
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This plant power bowl is packed with vegan goodness like quinoa, hemp hearts, avocado, butternut squash, and white bean hummus.
Get the recipe: Vegan Plant Power Bowl
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Butternut Squash, Beet, and Barley Salad
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This slightly sweet salad provides a mix of complex carbohydrates, healthy fats, and protein to help keep you energized even on gloomy winter days. The bright veggies also offer a potent dose of color therapy. You're welcome.
Get the recipe: Butternut Squash, Beet, and Barley Salad with Maple Vinaigrette
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Peanut Asian Rice Bowl
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Winter Squash and Kale Power Bowl
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This recipe features wintertime superfoods like kale, acorn squash, and cranberries. Maple syrup plus spices like cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, paprika, and thyme all add a slightly smoky, sweet note to this vegan bowl.
Get the recipe: Autumn Harvest Plant-Based Power Bowl
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Edamame and Avocado Pasta Salad
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Getting enough complex carbohydrates is key for keeping up that winter exercise routine. This nutritious salad bowl features high-fiber whole-wheat pasta along with protein-rich edamame and black beans to help you stay satisfied.(See more Energy Foods to Power You Through Your Day.)
Get the recipe: Edamame and Avocado Pasta Salad
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Amaranth Buddha Bowl
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Looking for ways to incorporate more ancient grains into your diet? Branch out from quinoa and try amaranth, a gluten-free grain that's a good source of protein and fiber. It also happens to be delicious with winter veggies like beets and Brussels sprouts.
Get the recipe: Amaranth Beet Carrot Buddha Bowl
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Veggie Cauliflower Fried Rice Bowl
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Use riced cauliflower instead of regular rice to up the vitamin and mineral profile of this otherwise classic dish. Making this at home also lets you control how much sodium you're getting—way healthier than ordering Chinese takeout on a cold winter day. (Try these 25 Cauliflower Comfort Food Recipes.)
Get the recipe: Veggie Cauliflower Rice Bowl with Crispy Tofu
Tuscan Tuna Bowl
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This bowl features seafood superstar tuna, which provides a good dose of omega-3s and protein. It's a tasty way to work toward that recommended two to three fish meals per week. Fiber-rich edamame and whole-wheat pasta lend even more staying power.
Get the recipe: Tuscan Tuna Bowls
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Tempeh Quinoa Power Bowl
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Roasted Root Vegetable Bowl
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Root vegetables like beets, sweet potatoes, and parsnips are pure cold-weather comfort food. This recipe combines seasonal produce superstars with ancient grain sorghum for a tasty, nutrient-rich winter meal.
Get the recipe: Roasted Root Vegetable Power Bowl
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Buddha Bowl with Creamy Cashew Apple Cider Dressing
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This Buddha bowl combines tart, sweet, and nutty flavors of apple, butternut squash, and chickpeas with dark leafy greens and a warm, creamy dressing.
Get the recipe: Fall Harvest Buddha Bowl with Creamy Cashew Apple Cider Dressing
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Winter Quinoa, Kale, and Pear Salad
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This quinoa salad features a surprising yet satisfying combination of kale and pears that will bring around even quinoa skeptics. Quinoa is a complete protein, making it a great choice for vegans and vegetarians to get their essential amino acids.
Get the recipe: Winter Quinoa, Kale, and Pear Salad
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