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Vegetable Sheet Cutter: Is this the New Spiralizer?

I’m obsessed with KitchenAid’s Vegetable Sheet Cutter. Because I’m gluten-free, I’ve been a fan of spiralizing for years as a way to replace pasta. But the Vegetable Sheet Cutter takes it to a whole new level! Today I’m giving you an overview of the product and sharing my favorite Vegetable Sheet Cutter recipes.

Is KitchenAid's Vegetable Sheet Cutter the new spiralizer? I sure think so! It will revolutionize your healthy and gluten-free recipes.

Last year I had the privilege to check out a prototype KitchenAid product. Something that would cut vegetables into flat sheets they told me. Hmm, I thought to myself. My interest was definitely piqued.

KitchenAid knew I was a healthy, gluten-free food blogger and a massive fan of spiralizing. I don’t typically buy gluten-free pasta made from gluten-free flours. They’re just not products I stock in my pantry and I’d much prefer to get more veggies into my diet through spiralizing. Zucchini noodles galore.

Fast forward a month and I flew out to Chicago to check out the prototype Vegetable Sheet Cutter. After 5 minutes of playing with it, my mind was blown. I had recipes ideas bursting out of my brain and I couldn’t wait to put it to use.

Watch me use the Vegetable Sheet Cutter and make my favorite recipes:

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A few weeks later I demo’d the Vegetable Sheet Cutter at the Housewares Convention. And to say it was one of the most talked about products of the show would be an understatement. Everyone was buzzing about it. So we shot a quick little video of it, put it up on Facebook and it went crazy viral.

If you’ve been following me for more than a year, I’m sure you remember it. I mean, I sliced a solid 8-foot continuous sheet out of one apple! Though you probably remember me talking about how unfavorable tradeshow lighting is – ha (see Facebook video).

Is KitchenAid's Vegetable Sheet Cutter the new spiralizer? I sure think so! It will revolutionize your healthy and gluten-free recipes.

Is KitchenAid's Vegetable Sheet Cutter the new spiralizer? I sure think so! It will revolutionize your healthy and gluten-free recipes.

Is KitchenAid's Vegetable Sheet Cutter the new spiralizer? I sure think so! It will revolutionize your healthy and gluten-free recipes.

But let’s talk about this amazing Vegetable Sheet Cutter. Because now having used it for nearly a year, I can honestly say I’m still in love with it as much today, as I was back then.

It’s not just a fancy novelty kitchen product that you’ll use once and shelve away. If you’re honestly looking for ways to eat more vegetables and transform traditional recipes into healthy, gluten-free versions – you’ll use this ALL the time.

Is KitchenAid's Vegetable Sheet Cutter the new spiralizer? I sure think so! It will revolutionize your healthy and gluten-free recipes.

What can you cut with the Vegetable Sheet Cutter?

You can cut a variety of soft and hard fruits and vegetables with the Vegetable Sheet Cutter. For fruits, you can cut apples and pears. For vegetables, you can cut zucchini, cucumber, sweet potato, russet potato, daikon radish, beets, yuca (cassava) and more.

Instead of making my sweet potato fries or yuca fries, you could make root vegetable chips.

With two blades, both a thin and thick blade, you can vary the thickness of the sheets. But to be honest, I usually use the thick blade as I figure a little more veggie in every bite is always a good thing.

Pro tip: for fruits and vegetables that oxidize quickly (i.e. apples and russet potatoes), soak the sheets in a bowl of lemon water until you’re ready to use them.

Is KitchenAid's Vegetable Sheet Cutter the new spiralizer? I sure think so! It will revolutionize your healthy and gluten-free recipes.

What are some Vegetable Sheet Cutter recipes?

I know it sounds cliche to say the recipe ideas are endless. But they truly are. Think of all the ways you might use a tortilla or flat pasta or even dough – because that’s when you can find a creative way to use this product.

Make sure to watch the video above to see me make my favorite recipes. But here’s a few more Vegetable Sheet Cutter recipe ideas:

  • Apple wraps with turkey, avocado, arugula and goat cheese
  • Apple PB&J wraps (or with almond butter and chia seed jam)
  • Pear wraps with salami and gorgonzola
  • Zucchini bacon tomato club wrap
  • Apple tarts with cinnamon
  • Zucchini lasagna
  • Sweet potato lasagna
  • Sweet potato chips
  • Yuca chips (or any root vegetable chips)
  • Daikon radish spring rolls
  • Zucchini avocado crab rolls
  • Zucchini shrimp hand rolls
  • Cucumber spicy tuna rolls
  • Chicken enchiladas
  • Beef and bean burritos
  • Zucchini Breakfast burritos

Is KitchenAid's Vegetable Sheet Cutter the new spiralizer? I sure think so! It will revolutionize your healthy and gluten-free recipes.

I haven’t converted the recipes you see in the video into full recipes on this website yet. To be honest, I just whip them up on the fly. But if you’d like to see proper recipes with nutrition information, let me know. I’m happy to oblige.

And let me know what you’d make with the Vegetable Sheet Cutter. You guys always have such brilliant recipe ideas as well. Happy sheet cutting!

Click here to buy the Vegetable Sheet Cutter


This sponsored post was created in partnership with KitchenAid, a brand I’ve used and loved for years. As always, all opinions are my own. 

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83 comments on “Vegetable Sheet Cutter: Is this the New Spiralizer?”

  1. Love this post – it’s great to see it in action – I’m definitely getting one of these!

  2. Hello!  I just got the sheet cutter and so excited to use it.   Do you have the recipe for the Potato Chicken Enchilada’s?

  3. I bought the sheet cutter but running out of ideas….especially ones that do not require so much cheese.  Do you plan on trying out more ideas?

  4. Hello! You’re video prompted me to buy the vegetable sheet cutter, and I absolutely love it. I made your potato enchiladas last week and they were a hit. I’m going to make the zucchini lasagna tomorrow, but I wanted to know how long you cooked it for, please.

  5. Oh my goodness. I want this so much but I don’t have a Kitchenaid. Do you know if there is something else out there that does this?

  6. What temp and for how long did you cook/bake the sweet potato chips at? 

  7. Hi there! Your recipes for the veggie sheets looks delish. I want to order it, but I really want your recipes first especially the lasagna and enchiladas so when I get it I have something yummy to make ; ) Can you please post them or send them to me! Thank you so much!  Trying to be healthier! 

    • Hi Lindsay – so happy to hear you love those recipes and the sheet cutter attachment. I do plan to post them in the future, but my schedule has been really full lately. I’m hoping to post them soon, but make sure you’re subscribed to my e-newsletter, so you’ll get notified when they post. :) x

  8. Can you please post written instructions for the zucchini lasagna including the meat and ricotta sauces and the chicken enchiladas? I just ordered the attachment and am so excited!! Would love to see more recipes for the vegetable sheet cutter! And I’m so glad I found your website on Facebook, I’m loving it!

    • Hi Bri – I plan to have these recipes in full on my website soon! Glad you found my website as well. :)

      • I made the chicken enchiladas last week. They were delicious!! I used 2 large russet potatoes, cut into 5-7 inch sections. I cooked two large chicken breasts in the slow cooker with some salt, pepper, garlic powder, cumin, and a small amount of chicken broth until I could shred them easily. I mixed that with a can of chiles, a jar of salsa verde, nonfat sour cream (8 oz) and low fat Cabot Cheddar (8 oz), and rolled the chicken mixture in the potato strips. I sprinkled more cheese on top. I baked them at 350 for around 40 minutes (based on a response from Downshiftology on her You Tube video). It made about 24 or so enchiladas. I don’t like cilantro, so I left that and the jalapenos and onions off.

        I’m going to make the lasagna tomorrow night. I hope that helps you!

  9. I would love to see your recipes for the sheet cutter. I just ordered it based on your video. The recipes all looked so good!

  10. I just bought this attachment and I’m looking for recipes. Anything you can share would be so appreciated!

    Thanks – Michelle

  11. Because of this video I just purchased this attachment. I’m making the lasagna for the Super Bowl. I need a recipe to boil water 🤣.  Have you written down the lasagna recipe at all?

  12. What machines can it be attached to?

  13. My daughter just recently got diagnosed with some health problems as well as food allergies. She cannot have any grains at all, no dairy, and no egg whites. When I saw this pop up on Pinterest my mind was blown!!! I am so thrilled at the avenues of recipes this will open up! I look forward to following you and seeing all of the recipes you post using this attachment!!!

    • I’m so thrilled you found this post (and my website) as well Amber! It definitely makes gluten-free (and grain-free) cooking so much easier and truly expands how you can modify recipes. I hope you enjoy my recipes and if you ever need help modifying one of my recipes for your daughter, just drop me a comment! :) x

  14. Saw this via Facebook and loved it. You do a really good job with your presentation!

  15. Hi Lisa, I bought the slicer attachment after seeing your video and love it (so much that then I ordered the food processor attachment ;-)  …thanks for showing us how to use it.  It was so easy to set up.  I’d like to make the zucchini lasagne that you showed, but am wondering if you would be willing to either share your recipe (I’m sure I’m not the only one who wants it), or elaborate on the “ricotta egg mixture” that you mentioned.  Thanks again!

  16. Is this available to the public? I would love to know cost   

  17. Where can I get one of those 

  18. Just saw this on FB page. I have the spiralizer and love it. I need to get this also. Thank you for sharing.

  19. Lisa….Just saw this on my G Daughter’s FB Page…Immediately fell in LOVE…♥…Did my SEARCH & Reading & Ordered it…will be here Friday, Feb 5th….WOO Hoo…I am also into all the Great Veggie re-placements …Being a Type 1 Brittle Diabetic…so all new ways to use or play with my FOOD is welcome…Thank You…♥

  20. Fabulous! Is the spiralizer available at most retailers?

  21. Hi Lisa,
    I was so happy I received my sheet slicer for Christmas from my daughter in-law and I love it …I love my kitchen aid and all the attachments to enjoy and make cooking more enjoyable 

  22. Hey I will love to have one

  23. I showed your video to my husband and he is now searching kitchen aid mixers and attachments.  I guess I know what I’m getting for my birthday!  Please pin recipe as you have time to.  Thanks for bringing this into our lives.

  24. Is this sn attachment for the spiralizer or a,separate unit?

  25. I would like recipes when available. 
    Thank you. 

  26. I just ordered the vegetable sheet cutter so excited as I try keep bread out of my diet any recipes would be helpful :) robinthomaslee@gmail.com I’m hoping it’s easy to figure out when it arrives!

  27. Would love to have the recipes just received spiralizer and sheet cutter for Christmas 

  28. I can’t wait to use it!!! Love my Kitchenaid!

  29. Excellent informative video. I’ll be buying this attachment!

  30. It look good. I think I would like to try one and some of your recipes 

  31. Hi there! This is amazing! I’m wondering what vegetable you use for the chicken enchiladas as the enchilada rapper?

  32. looks like just the thing to replace tortillas.I can already see many other uses for this…Going to get one.

  33. I freaking LOVE kitchen gadget technology! 🙌 🙌 That is one cooooool attachment. Thanks for the awesome video, Lisa. I’ll be sharing it for sure! So well done! :)

  34. I can see good possibilities with this! Hmmm, I like it!

  35. Love the sheet cutter. You can use it to make so many delicious recipes! :)

  36. That’s totally crazy. I was fascinated watching your video. Totally glued to the screen. Sharing this!

  37. This is such a great tool I wish I had in my kitchen. I love how easy it is and the fact that it allows you to cook so many things gluten free with a little creativity. Definitely on my amazon wish list ;)

  38. I have the KA spiralizer and I think KA could have made a blade attachment like this for the spiralizer. Oh, that’s right…they wouldn’t make as much money selling just an attatchment. Oh wellll

    • I have the KitchenAid spiralizer as well and totally hear you that it would be nice if they could’ve just (somehow) added a blade to that. But unfortunately the support mechanisms and movement of the tool are quite different. I think the sheet cutter is still worth the investment though. :)

  39. It’d be good to share this with Tana Amen – sounds like something she would like!

  40. That was an inspiring video! i ordered a sheet cutter today! I am gluten free as well and needed a way to get more veggies in, im already spiralizing and loving it. Thank you Lisa i can’t wait to create!

  41. Greetings from BC, Canada :) ….this attachment looks just fabulous, I am in awe! I do own the KitchenAid spiralizer attatchment and their grater attachment (which was in your vid) and I love them both.  I hope the sheet cutter attachments are dishwasher suitable, if so I will explore purchasing one. As a side note, your website and videos are so classy & well done and I have had much success with your recipes. Thank you for all the inspiration and ideas!

    • Hi Katie! If you have both of those attachments already you’re gonna love the sheet cutter! And the sheet cutter and slicer/shredder work so well together. The main housing is not dishwasher safe (though it never really gets dirty as it doesn’t touch anything), but the blades and everything else are. So you should be good! And thanks so much for your kind words on my recipes and videos. That truly means the world to me! :) x