Oat Buddha Bowl


Buddha bowls are trendy and not without reason. Delicious (often vegetarian) ingredients are easily arranged in a bowl, preferably in combination with fresh vegetables, a source of protein, dressing and just about anything else you feel like. As the basis of our bowl we use our hearty classic paired with a fresh tomato salsa, chickpeas and creamy hummus. So yummy!


Oatsotto Buddha Bowl



For the Base:

100g Crunchy classic

Olive Oil

300ml Water

As desired: Herbs, dried Tomatoes


For the Tomato Salsa:

2 Tomatoes

½ tsp Salt

½ tsp Dried Oregano

1/2 Cucumber


For the Dressing:

2 tbsp Balsamic Vinegar

1 tbsp Dijon Mustard

1 tbsp Soy Sauce

2 tbsp Olive Oil

1 tbsp Maple Syrup



For the Topping:

1 Spring Onion

1 can of Chickpeas (400g filling weight)

Juice of half a Lemon

1 handful of Baby Spinach

1 Avocado, sliced

Hummus (Purchased)

Some Sprouts and Radishes for decoration



For the base, roast the Kerniger classic in a pan with a little olive oil, then pour in water and let the porridge thicken over medium heat, for 2-3 minutes. Refine with herbs or dried tomatoes as desired. For the tomato salsa, cut the tomatoes into small cubes. Salt well in a bowl and stir. This is how the natural, aromatic tomato juices come out. Add the oregano and the cucumber, also cut into small cubes. For the dressing, mix all the ingredients in a bowl and season with pepper. For the topping, cut the spring onion into fine rings. In another bowl, mix with the chickpeas (drain them first) and the lemon juice. Wash spinach and pat dry. Divide the oat base into two bowls in one corner each. Then place the other ingredients separately next to it: The tomato salsa, the marinated chickpeas, the avocado slices and the spinach leaves. Finally, add the hummus and drizzle everything generously with dressing, and garnish with radishes and sprouts.

Oatsotto Buddha Bowl

Why we use Oats instead of Rice

Are you wondering why we use oats instead of rice for our “Buddha Bowl”?
Here you go:

  • The complex carbohydrates in oats lead to satiety for a particularly long time.
  • Oat flakes are particularly easy to digest.
  • Oats provides lots of fibre, iron, zinc and plant-based protein.
  • Oatmeal swells much faster than rice, meaning your meal is ready to eat super quickly.
  • And of course because we just love oats!

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