Mangoman Car-Bowl-Hydrate

Article written and reviewed by Kylie Buckner, RN, MSN
Published December 5, 2019
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AuthorKylie Buckner, RN, MSN
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Are you curious about what Cyrus eats for dinner? Here’s one of his favorite meals – the Mangoman car-bowl-hydrate. Enjoy the tangy flavor of apple cider vinegar, the spice of cayenne pepper, and the sweetness of mango and corn together in one carbohydrate-rich bowl.

This is an excellent choice to fill you up for a mid-day meal or to fill you up at the end of the day. Check out the macronutrients of this bowl full of whole foods that is sure to keep you satisfied and can be easily adjusted to your tastes!

Photo from Heather Brock from @awakeneddiabeticwarrior.

Mangoman-carbowlhydrate

Yields1 ServingCategory,
Prep Time20 mins

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Ingredients
 ½ cup Peas (frozen, thawed)
 ½ cup Mango (cubed)
 ½ cup Corn (frozen, thawed OR fresh cut off kernal)
 1 cup Tomato (chopped)
 1 cup Cucumber (chopped)
 ½ cup Chickpeas (canned, rinsed OR freshly prepared)
 2 cups Fresh raw greens (arugula, mixed greens, spinach, romaine lettuce, etc.)
 3 tbsp Red onion diced
Apple Cider Vinaigrette
 6 tbsp Apple Cider Vinegar
 1 tsp Paprika
 1 tsp Turmeric
 1 tsp Ground Cumin
 ¼ tsp Cayanne (optional)
 black pepper to taste

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Directions
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1. Thaw frozen peas and/or corn at room temperature or soak in room temperature water.

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2. Chop mango, tomato, cucumber, red onion.

3

3. Add the raw greens to your bowl.

4

4. Arrange the chopped vegetables, mango, peas, corn, onion, and chickpeas on top of the greens.

5

5. Mix spices and apple cider vinegar to prepare vinaigrette.

6

5. Add apple cider vinaigrette to taste, gently mix the ingredients, and enjoy!!

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Nutrition Facts

Servings 1


Amount Per Serving
Calories 409
% Daily Value *
Total Fat 4g7%
Total Carbohydrate 82g28%
Dietary Fiber 19g76%
Protein 19g38%

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily value may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

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Ingredients

Ingredients
 ½ cup Peas (frozen, thawed)
 ½ cup Mango (cubed)
 ½ cup Corn (frozen, thawed OR fresh cut off kernal)
 1 cup Tomato (chopped)
 1 cup Cucumber (chopped)
 ½ cup Chickpeas (canned, rinsed OR freshly prepared)
 2 cups Fresh raw greens (arugula, mixed greens, spinach, romaine lettuce, etc.)
 3 tbsp Red onion diced
Apple Cider Vinaigrette
 6 tbsp Apple Cider Vinegar
 1 tsp Paprika
 1 tsp Turmeric
 1 tsp Ground Cumin
 ¼ tsp Cayanne (optional)
 black pepper to taste

Directions

Directions
1

1. Thaw frozen peas and/or corn at room temperature or soak in room temperature water.

2

2. Chop mango, tomato, cucumber, red onion.

3

3. Add the raw greens to your bowl.

4

4. Arrange the chopped vegetables, mango, peas, corn, onion, and chickpeas on top of the greens.

5

5. Mix spices and apple cider vinegar to prepare vinaigrette.

6

5. Add apple cider vinaigrette to taste, gently mix the ingredients, and enjoy!!

Mangoman Car-Bowl-Hydrate

About the author 

Kylie Buckner, RN, MSN

Kylie Buckner, RN, MSN has over 18 years of nursing experience, and is the Director of Lifestyle Change at Mastering Diabetes. She has a master's degree in nursing education and loves using her background to support people reversing insulin resistance through a low-fat, plant-based, whole-food lifestyle. Kylie has been following a plant-based diet for over 8 years and is a certified yoga instructor. She uses all of her experience to teach about the connection between lifestyle choices and health. She has an in-depth understanding of the challenges of adopting a plant-based lifestyle and is committed to empowering people to make simple lifestyle changes. She lives in Costa Rica with her husband, Dr. Cyrus Khambatta and their two adorable cats, Mew and Blu.