Grain bowls make for customizable, inexpensive, and tasty meals.
While we’re staying at home together, mealtime is an opportunity for a family activity. My family and I enjoy making grain bowls together, and everyone loves that they get to personalize their creations. Another nice thing about grain bowls is that they lend themselves well to batch cooking, and you can easily use leftover ingredients later in the week for salads or wraps. Below is one of my favorite recipes, but let’s start with the basic components that make up any great grain bowl:
Following this general guide, there are literally hundreds of variations. This can be great for kids because they can mix and match what they’d like. For my family, I often put out all the ingredients and let everyone make their own bowl. Have fun making your own recipe and mixing flavors!
Note: Nutrition information does not include cooking oil for the greens.