If you love Sweetgreen (they still haven’t made it to mid Michigan *yet*) and their Harvest Bowl, this easy and affordable version can easily replicate it at home! Ahead of time steps such as cooking rice and marinating the chicken can help speed up assembly time.
Kale in this dish provides high levels of vitamin K which plays an integral part in blood clotting and heart health. Furthermore, avocado, olive oil and pecans all provide omega-3 fatty acids which may lower your risk for cardiovascular disease.
This copycat Sweetgreen Harvest Bowl is an easy and affordable way to incorporate more plant-forward foods into your diet, perfect for when you don’t have time or inclination for dining out! Prepare it ahead and pack it for work; perfect when hunger strikes but no time remains to travel to restaurants!
Sweetgreen’s Harvest Bowl Salad is an easy and delicious fall dish! Packed with favorite Fall flavors like massaged kale with balsamic dressing, warm wild rice, roasted sweet potatoes, goat cheese and almonds; making this recipe simple to replicate at home! Now with our copycat recipe easily make one for yourself at home!
Wild, brown, and quinoa all offer more fiber, protein, and essential vitamins than their white rice counterparts, not to mention being gluten-free and boasting lower glycemic index ratings than white.
To speed up this recipe, it can be beneficial to prepping some ingredients ahead of time, such as cooking the rice and preparing the roasted sweet potatoes and shredded chicken.
Sweet potatoes are a beloved salad addition and offer many nutrients including fiber, vitamin A, potassium and sweetness when roasted.
Sweetgreen is a chain of health-focused restaurants specializing in bowls made with premium ingredients like vegetables, fruits, and lean proteins. Their menu offers bowls packed with vegetables, fruits, and lean protein options for their patrons to choose from.
One of their signature bowls, the Harvest Bowl, features kale, warm wild rice, roasted sweet potato, apples, goat cheese and toasted almonds topped off with their homemade balsamic vinaigrette for maximum flavor!
Sweetgreen is a healthy fast-casual chain known for using locally sourced ingredients in their salads, including their iconic harvest bowl. This copycat version features quinoa, roasted sweet potatoes, apples, kale, goat cheese and almonds in an aromatic balsamic vinaigrette dressing.
It’s an energy-rich meal that will leave you feeling satisfied throughout your day, plus it contains vitamin K – an essential nutrient for blood clotting and bone health.
This recipe is ideal because it’s so straightforward. In fact, you could easily prepare this ahead of time for lunch at work!
Sweetgreen Harvest Bowls are heart-healthy meals packed with high-nutritional ingredients like quinoa, which contains vitamin K to assist with blood coagulation. In addition, this recipe features antioxidant-rich sweet potatoes and apples which provide additional health benefits. You can make this meal easily at home and meal prep it by dividing ingredients among Tupperware containers.
This delicious copycat Sweetgreen recipe brims with autumn flavors and boasts a homemade balsamic vinaigrette dressing. Packed with kale, warm wild rice, roasted sweet potatoes, almonds, apples and goat cheese this dish makes an enticing combination that’s both satisfying and nutritious!
Sweetgreen, founded by two Georgetown students, offers healthy fast-casual cuisine. Their Harvest Bowl salad is one of their most beloved menu offerings – featuring warm wild rice, roasted sweet potatoes, apples, goat cheese and crunchy almonds for crunch and protein in one delicious package!
This copycat recipe is easy and quick to make at home, just requiring three steps! For added time savings when assembling, precooking the rice and roasting sweet potatoes ahead of time may save time when assembling.
Calories from restaurant meals typically aren’t too high, but be mindful of your sodium consumption if eating out at this restaurant regularly as many of their dishes contain excessive levels of salt – like this Harvest Bowl which contains 980 milligrams or 41% of your recommended daily allowance (RDA) from the FDA.
This homemade balsamic vinaigrette recipe is both tart and sweet – made with premium balsamic vinegar, brown sugar, garlic and olive oil for extra emulsification and flavor! Plus it includes Dijon mustard to emulsify it all together!
Prep this dish several hours ahead to allow its flavors to marry. Store it in the fridge before assembling your salad: massage the kale before layering in wild rice, roasted sweet potatoes, apple and goat cheese before topping off your bowl with vinaigrette for the final touch and serving immediately!