Chicken Teriyaki Bowls

I don’t know about all of you, but I’m a fan of super easy recipes. Cooking an extravagant meal after a long day of work is the last thing I want to do. Over the years, I have learned to create easy and delicious recipes that make my life simple. The first one I want to share with you all is a chicken teriyaki bowl. If you follow me on Instagram, then you might have seen my story about it.

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What you will need: 

3-4 Chicken breasts diced

1 broccoli bundle stems chopped

4 large carrots chopped

2 TBS coconut oil

1/2 bottle of Hoisin garlic sauce

2 cups of brown rice


I try to use organic ingredients as much as possible when cooking. I personally think it is important to use organic meat and vegetables at the very least. This recipe is meant for three people, so you can double the recipe if you wanted.

Wash your carrots and dice them up. Once you are finished throw them in a bowl and put to the side.


Next cut the stems off your broccoli bunch and put that in the bowl with the chopped carrots.

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Next dice up your chicken breasts. Try to make them equal in size that way they all cook through perfectly.


In a large saucepan, heat 1 TBS of coconut oil and add 1 cup of water.

In a medium saucepan heat 1TBS of coconut oil.

Add all of your vegetables to the large saucepan on medium heat. Let those cook to soften. Stir occasionally to avoid burning the vegetables.

In the medium saucepan add your diced chicken. Season with your prefered seasoning. I used a garlic and herb salt. Cook on medium to high heat.

While these two are cooking, make your rice with a rice maker, or in a pan. Cook the vegetables for about fifteen minutes, or until they are soft. Add the chicken to your vegetables and turn the heat down to medium.

Add in your Hoisin sauce to the chicken and vegetables. You can get this sauce at any local grocery store.


Combine the chicken and vegetable mixture with your brown rice in a bowl.


one of the easiest, cheapest, and most delicious recipes ever! This is also really yummy left over, so you can make extra for lunch the following day.

Hope you babes enjoyed!

xoxo Ashley



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