Hilaria Baldwin’s 5-Bowl Blueprint

Yield: 1 servings
Calories: 550
Theme: New
Rating:  This recipe has not been rated

Hilaria Baldwin's new book, The Living Clearly Method, is a wellspring of wisdom and advice. It includes recipes for nutritional food bowls that correspond to each one of her five clear-living principles -- Perspective, Breathing, Grounding, Balance, and Letting Go. Baldwin also shares a recipe blueprint to help you build your own bowl. Here's how to get started. 

Ingredients

  • 1 cup cooked grain or root vegetable
  • 4 oz protein (about the size of a deck of cards), or 1/2 cup cooked legumes
  • 3 cups raw vegetables, or 1 1/2 - 2 cups cooked vegetables
  • 1 tbsp seeds or nuts
  • 1 serving dressing

Directions

1. Start with a hearty base of grains or roasted root vegetables or a mix of both.

 

2. Add a generous serving of greens or other vegetables, cooked or raw, and a protein of some kind, anything from tempeh to a hard-cooked egg to chicken, lentils, black beans, or a scoop of tasty hummus. 

 

3. Consider adding a little good fat: an avocado, a homemade dressing, or just a splash of extra virgin olive oil.

 

5. Bump up the flavor and texture by experimenting with savory twists -- a splash of tamari or a sprinkle of nutritional yeast, perhaps a smattering of pepitas or sunflower seeds or any other crunch. It's up to you. 

 

6. Enjoy!

 

Tip: Bowls can be eaten at room temperature or warmed up, depending on their components and on your mood that day. To warm, put everything but the fats and flavorings in a steamer on the stove, warm lightly, transfer it scoop by scoop to bowl, and then add the toppings and dressings. You can use a microwave if you prefer, but don't overdo it (90 seconds is plenty); it's not supposed to be piping hot. *Calorie count doesn't include dressing. 

 

*Remember, if you can't decide how to customize your bowl, you can always turn to one of Baldwin's five signature bowls for inspiration!

Watch The Video

This recipe was recently featured in Oz Investigates: $99 Botox, Silicone Pumping Parties, and Fillers You Buy on the Internet.

Your Video is Loading

Rating

This recipe has not been rated

Tried this recipe? Log in to DoctorOz.com to rate it and find more recipes just for you.

Rating

This recipe has not been rated

Tried this recipe? Share your rating below!

Love It
Like It
Good
Average
Poor