These Roasted Sweet Potato and Chickpea Meal Prep Bowls are perfect for a hearty and delicious vegan meal prep recipe!
I have to admit that I haven’t had any time to meal prep lately and I’ve been really missing having a filling, healthy lunch just waiting for me in the refrigerator. These Roasted Sweet Potato and Chickpea Meal Prep Bowls are one of my favorite easy ways to meal prep lunch.
These bowls are basically a sheet pan meal with some added quinoa and a tahini dressing making them a great choice for your next meal prep session!
I am a total creature of habit and could eat a meal consisting of roasted vegetables, quinoa, chickpeas and tahini dressing pretty much every single day. You get your fill of veggies, protein, carbs and tahini, which in my opinion is the most important part haha 🙂
I used this recipe for my lunches for the week but it’s also great for dinner. This Roasted Sweet Potato and Chickpea Meal Prep Bowl recipe can also easily be doubled or sized down if you need to make more or less of it. It’s also very adaptable so you can add in any vegetables you like, as long as they have the same roasting time.
I’ve found that my dinner recipes are a little more popular than my meal prep recipes, but meal prep has been a lifesaver so many times for me that I can’t help but post more of them! I know some people cringe at the thought of having to eat the same thing for lunch every day of the week, but as I said before, I’m a creature of habit and don’t mind at all if it’s something I really like.
Recipe tips for Roasted Sweet Potato and Chickpea Meal Prep Bowls:
- You can add in any other vegetables you like as long as they are cut to similar size and have the same roasting time as the others.
- I like to use a huge sheet pan when making a big batch of roasted vegetables. This way they aren’t crowded on top of each other so they get nice and roasted instead of steamed.
- You can easily make this recipe for dinner instead of lunches.
- Feel free to sub out any grain you like instead of the quinoa.
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