5-Ingredient Sweet Potato Grain Bowl with Lemon Dressing

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This sweet potato grain bowl is loaded with nutrients, beautiful colors and bright flavors. With just five ingredients, it’s a perfect dinner to prep at the start of the week and enjoy on your busiest nights.

Did you know that March is National Nutrition month? We didn’t either, but we’re ready to join in.

Real talk, how are your 2018 food resolutions coming along? We’ve been trying to eat cleaner and cook more at home this year. Admittedly, we’ve fallen off the wagon a few (read: many) times, but this month has motivated us to hit the reset button and move forward with determination.

We love these grain bowls for keeping us on track no matter what month it is. Cook a large pot of grains on a day when you have time to kill. Make your dressing and store it in the fridge until you’re ready to eat. You can even roast your vegetables ahead of time. Feel free to switch up the veggies below based on what you like and what is in season. Once you’re all prepped out, you’re set for success.

Before you sit down to eat, poach or fry up an egg for extra protein. Plus, that soft yolk helps coat all the grains and vegetables and brings it all together.

Since it is National Nutrition Month, let’s talk egg nutrition. We used Eggland’s Best eggs to really give our nutrients a boost. Their hens are never given added hormones, antibiotics or steroids, and no animal by-products, recycled, or processed foods. The health and nutrition of these birds is directly related to them producing eggs with higher nutrients than ordinary eggs.

Head over to the Eggland’s Best website for this recipe and many more.


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