Organic Buddha Bowl with Quinoa

5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating

A fresh, plant-based colorful dinner of organic roasted veggies on a bed of protein-rich lemony cumin quinoa

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It's what's inside that counts

Eat the rainbow! Organic roasted veggies with cumin sweet potatoes, beets, purple cabbage, and broccoli over lemony cumin quinoa. A clean, vegan dinner that will keep you full longer with 15g protein and 15g of fiber. Perfect to prepare your body prior to a cleanse or as part of a healthy lifestyle.

Comes in a single serve, recyclable tray perfect for oven or microwave cooking. To recycle, remove the oven-proof plastic lining inside and dispose, then recycle the paper box.

Learn how to prepare here! For best oven quality, leave film on tray and cut a small slit before baking. For best microwave quality, peel film from one corner of the package before cooking.

People should last. Food shouldn’t. Our dinners are ultra-fresh, designed to be eaten within days. Check the expiration date on the package to enjoy ultra-fresh at its best.

All of our products are organic, gluten-free, dairy-free, and non-GMO.



Sweet Potato*, Beet*, Quinoa*, Broccoli*, Purple Cabbage*, Extra Virgin Olive Oil*, Lemon Juice*, Himalayan Pink Salt, Cumin Powder*


Serving size - 1 Bowl (424g)

Servings per container - 1

Calories — 540

Protein — 15g

Sugar — 15g

Open Nutrition Facts

  • Healthy Digestion

Leading Edge Sustainability

Fresh organic dinners are here in recyclable trays! Urban Remedy is committed to reducing the use of plastic and is one of the first brands in the USA to bring you this eco-friendly tray made with recyclable paper and minimal plastic to maintain freshness. Feel good about every bite knowing you can help close the loop by recycling!

What are they made of?

  • Paper tray is 100% recyclable after removing the plastic liner
  • Paper sleeve is 100% recyclable and made of 100% recycled material
  • No PFAS plastic chemicals or BPA

How to recycle?

  • Remove the plastic film top and dispose
  • After you're done eating, remove the oven-proof plastic lining inside of the tray and dispose
  • Then you can recycle the paper tray in paper recycling

People are talking

5 out of 5


WOW! This is so delicious and healthy I would absolutely recommend. The sweet potatoes are cooked perfectly, the quinoa is flavored perfectly, and the cabbage is actually insanely good with it. All I wish is that the broccoli were roasted a little more so it’s not as tough. It’s a HUGE portion for dinner and worth every penny!

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