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Roasted Veggie Power Bowl Recipe

This power bowl recipe by my uber-talented friend and chef, Brock Lane, proves that healthy meals don’t have to be bland and boring. You guys might remember him from the berry compote breakfast bowl I posted a while back (AKA “The Odette Special”). This time Brock is sharing a savory dish packed with nutrition and flavor. The grain-and-veggie forward power bowl is perfect for breakfast, lunch or dinner. And I love that I can make it using the veggies from our garden and eggs from our coop! (I’m still trying to convince Jared we should get a goat for homemade cheese…) 

To poach eggs, we use a sous vide precision cooker (like this one) with a timer. It’s a fancy cooking tool that yields perfectly poached eggs with hardly any effort. But, you can also poach eggs traditionally in a simmer bath with a bit of vinegar (like this) or use soft boiled or fried eggs. I easily adapt the recipe to whatever veggies I have on hand – and it’s great with roast chicken if you want to add some extra protein. On hectic mornings, I throw it in a mason jar for grab-and-go fuel. 

Check out our how-to video, then try it yourself with the recipe below!

Roasted Veggie Power Bowl Recipe


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  • Stacey Bigge

    This looks delicious! I would love to see some simpler recipes on your blog, too. Something quick, easy, AND healthy would be so great to see. Love you, Gen!

    • Shelley

      I thought Jared did a good job chopping!! I would certainly appreciate his help…

  • Amber

    Hello Gen, I was wondering if the kiddos don’t like the poached egg is there another idea you could use? Other than that it looks delish!!! Thanks for the wonderful ideas God bless 😍

  • Jerri Asmussen

    Sadly, I’m a meat and taters kind of lady. Several people in my office are trying to convert me to vegan.

  • Jerri Asmussen

    Sadly I’m a meat and taters kind of lady. A few people at my office are trying to convert me to vegan. It ain’t happening. ; )

    • Alyssa Worch

      We have goats for milk/cheese, and it’s amazing. Goats are also very low maintenance. You should get one for sure!

  • Shannon

    Hi Gen, can I just say THANK YOU for not using quinoa?! I hate it and it’s in everything these days.
    I don’t care for peppers. Do you think eggplant would be a good substitute? Can Jared cut it for me? 😉

  • Samantha

    This looks utterly delicious! I’ve found myself in such a food slump since moving back home so something like this may tempt me back to better eating and putting more effort into meals and snacks. Thanks for sharing, Gen! xo

  • Norma

    Most of us would love to have a caring, loving, handsome man walk into our kitchen and cut our veggies! Wouldn’t care how he cut them 🙂

  • Norma

    Most of us would be very lucky to have a caring, loving and handsome man walk into our kitchen to help cut veggies! Wouldn’t matter how he cut them 🙂

  • Julia

    Jared did a great job cutting that pepper. I’d love his help in the kitchen lol

  • Domino

    Jared is so nice and cool. Doesn’t matter how he chops vegetables lol.

  • Kat

    Hello Gen,
    Wonderful recipe! I love the way Jared chops peppers, I’d be grateful for his help anytime 🙂

  • Jenny

    Hi Genevieve, thank you for sharing the recipe. It looks delicious and is definitely something I would eat. Have you tried savory oatmeal? If not, it’s good stuff! 🙂

  • daniella

    I’m gonna try make this over next few weeks I want to lose weight and feel like me again ❤️🙏

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