Vegetarian Quinoa Burrito Bowls with Avocado Cream Sauce are healthy, filling, and perfect to meal prep ahead of time!
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Woah – two burrito bowls in one week?! I guess I’m on some sort of a bowl kick, and specifically a burrito bowl kick. You can probably blame it on the fact that we haven’t been to Chipotle. We used to be frequent Chipotle customers when we lived right down the street from one. Since we moved over 3 years ago, I think we’ve only been to a Chipotle once or twice. So sad!
While nothing can really replicate the deliciousness that is a Chipotle burrito (those tortillas are so dang good!) I think a burrito bowl is pretty easy to make on your own. And delicious!
I already have a traditonal Chipotle Chicken Burrito Bowl recipe on my blog, along with a Barbacoa Beef Burrito Bowl, so I wanted to do one that’s a little different than what you’d get from Chipotle. These Vegetarian Quinoa Burrito Bowls are just that.
These burrito bowls have oven roasted sweet potatoes, onions, and peppers, along with black beans and corn, atop a bed of quinoa. To top it all off, I made a tasty avocado cream sauce to drizzle on top.
For the avocado cream sauce, I used GO VEGGIE Plain Cream Cheese, which makes these burrito bowls completely vegan and dairy free. GO VEGGIE Cream Cheese is also lower in saturated fat, calories, and cholesterol than regular cream cheese. Of course, if you’re not vegan or dairy-free, feel free to use regular cream cheese or even plain Greek yogurt instead!
These burrito bowls were a hit with all of us – especially Lars! He kept asking for “more sauce!” and I can’t blame him – that was one of my favorite parts too!
Just like the Spaghetti Squash Chicken Burrito Bowls, these are great for meal prep as well. You can chop all of the veggies ahead of time, or even cook them ahead of time, and just assemble and heat up when you’re ready to eat! You can also prep the avocado sauce ahead of time. It will probably brown a little bit because of the avocado, but it will still taste delicious!