10+ Easy & Healthy Spiralizer Recipes
Dec 21, 2019
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Spiralizer recipes are a great way to get more vegetables into your diet (no matter your dietary preference). Choose from a variety of vibrant, nutrient-dense vegetables for easy and healthy recipes the whole family will love.
When spiralizing first gained popularity, it seemed everyone only made zucchini noodles. And while I love zucchini noodles (and eat them year round), I’m excited that spiralizing has since gone mainstream. Today, vegetables of all types, colors and shapes are being spiralized to create easy, healthy and delicious recipes. It’s wonderful!
New to spiralizing? If you’re new to the world of spiralizing, make sure to read my Spiralizer Beginer’s Guide. In the guide you’ll find a “how to” video that walks you through the step-by-step process of spiralizing different vegetables. Sometimes it’s just easier to learn by watching.
But today, I wanted to share my best spiralizer recipes. These reader favorite recipes are creative, delicious, and perfect for breakfast, lunch and dinner. So grab your spiralizer (or buy the spiralizer I recommend) and enjoy these recipes.
Best Spiralizer Recipes – Easy & Healthy!
A delicious, gluten-free (and of course low-carb) version of shrimp scampi and linguini. Traditional pasta is replaced with zucchini noodles for a lighter, healthier, more veggie-packed and nutritious meal.
A warm and hearty salad that’s perfect for fall and winter. It’s vibrant, nutrient-packed and loaded with flavor thanks to sautéed onions and Swiss chard along with a Dijon vinaigrette. Fresh herbs and toasted pine nuts finish it off!
Zucchini noodles get a flavor boost with chicken, spinach and parmesan for a light, low-carb and healthy recipe. This is an easy recipe that only takes a few minutes to cook. A weeknight staple!
A simple, delicious and healthy breakfast recipe that’s perfect for a weekend brunch. Even better? Start to finish, they only take about 15 minutes to make. Super easy! And I show you how to use other vegetables as well.
Use a mandoline or the flat blade on your spiralizer to create thin and crispy apple chips. Just add a dash of cinnamon for a flavorful snack, or crumble them into bits as a topping for a delicious salad recipe.
A simple combination of zucchini noodles, pico de gallo, chicken and cumin, it’s the perfect weeknight meal and takes less than 30 minutes to make. Zucchini noodles just got a spicy flavor boost!
Homemade coleslaw has never been easier to make than with a spiralizer. You can shred cabbage in seconds to create a recipe that’s perfect for summer parties, potlucks and barbecues. Drizzle my coleslaw dressing on top for a recipes that’s light, flavorful and has far less sugar than you’ll find in store-bought versions.
Carrot and zucchini are mixed with a creamy, avocado cucumber sauce for a simple, delicious and vegan zucchini noodle recipe. And while it’s simple, it’s packed with so much flavor that I guarantee you’ll be making it again and again.
A healthier take on the classic chicken alfredo recipe that’s absolutely delicious. All thanks to spiralized parsnip noodles and my vegan alfredo sauce, which you’re gonna love!
Sweet potato fries are easily made at home with a spiralizer. Season with paprika and garlic powder and bake in the oven until perfectly crispy. They’re the perfect healthy snack recipe.
This healthy spaghetti recipe is reminiscent of a good Italian beef ragu, but it’s gluten-free and grain-free thanks to zucchini noodles. Want to know the recipe on my website I make most often? It’s this one!
If you love to spiralize, you’ll also love the Vegetable Sheet Cutter. Think of it as the next generation of spiralizing and creating healthy recipes filled with vegetables. Make sure to check it out!
10+ Easy Healthy Spiralizer Recipes: Zucchini Noodle Caprese
- 4 medium zucchini
- 8 ounces cherry tomatoes
- 8 ounces buffalo mozzarella (small balls)
- 2/3 cup basil pesto
- toasted pine nuts
- fresh basil leaves
- Cut the ends off each zucchini and use a spiralizer to create zucchini noodles. Place these into a large bowl.
- Cut your tomatoes and mozarella balls in half. Place them in the bowl with the zucchini.
- Add the pesto and mix all of the ingredients together until well combined. Top with garnishes and serve immediately.
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