Burrito Bowls with Avocado Dressing
This "Burrito Bowls with Avocado Dressing" recipe is healthy eating at its best, with this colorful and delicious salad. Wow, this is one good looking salad with so much good stuff going on, it gets you excited about eating your veggies.
Some of the great ingredients you will find in this burrito bowls with avocado dressing include avocado, lettuce, grape tomatoes, corn off the cob, chicken, nonfat plain Greek yogurt, cilantro leaves, lime juice and honey. The nice thing about this burrito bowl recipe is it's gluten free friendly. This recipe blog is created by Rachel, a mom to 4 young children. She loves yoga and lifts weights 3 times a week. Fitness is a huge part of her life, and loves it because it makes her feel strong. She started posting clean food ideas for her close friends in 2013, and her site grew from that point. She is extremely passionate about teaching the concept of real food tasting great and being simple to prepare. Her food creations are always about real, whole food, and knows she feels better when she fuels her body this way. Some examples of recipes you will find on her site include feta chickpea salad with creamy garlic dressing recipe, pumpkin protein pancakes, supreme pizza inspired salad recipe, Asian zucchini noodle stir fry recipe, family sized burrito bowls with avocado cilantro dressing, roasted cauliflower with sea salt recipe, Greek inspired summer veggie skillet recipe, orange chicken stir fry with asparagus recipe, coconut creamsicle berry pops recipe.
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