Ever since the spiralizer made its way to our shores we’ve all heard about the wonderful invention that is zoodles (zucchini noodles). And as a tasty, low-carb alternative to pasta noodles, you really can’t go wrong.
But what to do when you’ve had your fill of zoodles and really want to find other ways to use your spiralizer for your meals? We’ve got just the answer.
Here are 12 things you can make with a spiralizer that isn’t zoodles, to ensure you never get stuck in a food rut again.
Cajun Sweet Potato Shoestring Fries: Thin and deliciously crispy, these shoestring fries are a great alternative to regular potato on the side of your summer burger meal.
Beet Salad (via Fashionable Foods): The wonderful colors of this salad, made with red and golden beets, are not the only selling point; orange dressing and crunchy pistachios complete the ensemble perfectly.
Korean Cucumber Salad: Although usually served as a side dish to a larger Asian meal, this refreshing and spicy cucumber salad is also perfect for just slurping down on its on own on a hot summer’s day. We won’t tell anyone.
Sweet Potato Enchilada Skillet (via Sweet Peas and Saffron): Make mealtimes fun – especially for kids – by adding spiralized veggies to your one-pot skillet bakes. The colors of this healthy enchilada bake just pop!
Apple Crumble (via The Healthy Maven): Yes you did read that correctly, you can also use your spiralizer to make your favorite desserts. The texture of this hearty crumble is bound to delight any guest!
Old Bay Curly Fries (via My Sequined Life): In addition to the thin and crispy sweet potato fries above, you can also make thick, crunchy curly fries quickly and easily. Toss them in a few seasonings and you’ve got yourself a restaurant-worthy plate of potato.
Carrot Noodle Bowls with Honey Garlic Ginger Chicken (via No Spoon Necessary): Deliciously sticky and sweet baked chicken sat on a bed of softened carrot noodles? Sounds like the perfect dinner dish to us.
Vegetable Soup (via Everyday Healthy Recipes): The premise for this soup is so simple, I can’t believe we’ve not thought of it before! Spiralized veggies take the place of soft chunks in this comforting bowl of soup for a fun presentation and unique texture.
Butternut Squash Goat Cheese Pasta (via Half Baked Harvest): Ok, so we’ve all heard of zoodles, but have you tried ‘boodles’? Make this tasty, low-carb version of a cheesy pasta dish using spiralized butternut squash.
Would love to make all of these dishes but don’t have a spiralizer? Here’s why you should invest in our most-purchased product, the steel spiralizer:
- The solid steel construction makes it much more heavy-duty than regular plastic spiralizers (and therefore longer lasting)
- Despite its sturdy design, it is 30% smaller than standard models, making it easy to move around your kitchen or store in cupboards and pantries
- You can create 3 different spiral designs with the separate detachable blades
- This steel spiralizer doesn’t stain, even when using messy vegetables like beets
- It is dishwasher safe, features rust-proof blades and contains no toxic plastic chemicals
- It comes with a lifetime warranty for complete piece of mind