Crispy Baked Curly Fries
Don't you just love those crispy, crunchy curly fries? Now you can make them at home by spiralizing potatoes, coating with olive oil and baking at 400 degrees for about 25 minutes. Get a little creative by adding your favorite herbs or spices.
Sweet Potato Curly Fries With Chipotle Lime Aioli
If sweet potato fries are more up your alley, these curly fries are restaurant-like in taste but without all the frying. Just like the normal curly fries, simply spiralize sweet potatoes, coat them in olive oil and bake for 35-40 minutes at 400 degrees. Don't forget the dipping sauce (which is a mix of greek yogurt, lime juice and chipotle pepper)!
Thai Chicken Zucchini Noodles With Spicy Peanut Sauce
This recipe is for the Thai food guru. A flavorful combination of chicken, zucchini noodles, peppers, cilantro, bean sprouts and sesame seeds. You can top this dish with a spicy peanut sauce and have a perfect go-to meal for any dinner occasion.
Margherita Spiralized Pizza
This healthy pizza leaves your taste-buds satisfied and your mind rid of guilt. By swapping out greasy pizza crust for spiraled potatoes, you can cut the calories without cutting the flavor. This pizza is topped with tomato basil sauce, mozzarella, basil and parmesan cheese.
Cinnamon Sugar Apple Noodles
A dessert satisfying for every sweet tooth, these cinnamon sugar apple noodles are a simple treat to make. Sautee your spiraled apple noodles in butter for 3 minutes, add sugar and cinnamon and continue to cook down for another 5 minutes. You can top your Sunday pancakes with these noodles or just eat them plain!
Winter Caprese Beet Noodle Pasta
For this recipe, ditch the zucchini and potatoes and use beets instead. This beet is spiraled, baked and topped with cherry tomatoes, mozzarella cheese and parsley.
Chilled Sweet And Sour Cucumber Noodles
Perfect for a summer BBQ, these chilled sweet and sour cucumber noodles are a simple mixture of cucumbers, onions, vinegar, sugar and red pepper flakes.
Mini Sweet Potato Casseroles
Ok, ok this one is a game changer. Sweet potatoes are spiraled, packed into bun-like patties and cooked to perfection. Then, top these sweet potato pies with marshmallows and broil for a perfect campfire treat.
Tuna, Celery And Egg Spiralized Pasta Salad
Throw out the mayo for this tuna salad! A healthier version of your favorite tuna salad can easily be made with greek yogurt, mustard, celery, hard boiled eggs and tuna atop spirals of zucchini and cucumber.
Classic Spaghetti With Zucchini Noodles
You can't go wrong with classic spaghetti. For an easy meal your family will love, just spiral a zucchini, sautee and top with your favorite marinara sauce.
Low Carb Carbonara
A healthier version of your favorite pasta carbonara, swap your typical pasta noodles with zucchini noodles. Of course, you can't forget to top the noodles with bacon, egg and cheese.
You know that Ramen burger craze? Well, now you can make your own version, but healthier! For the bun, spiralize a sweet potato and cook into bun-like patties. Nestle a juicy turkey burger topped with avocado, onions and peppers between the two buns and you have a finger-licking creation that won't stand a chance against the Ramen burger.
Chicken Zoolde Noodle Soup
You know that canned chicken noodle soup that your mom would always make when you were sick? Well, it doesn't compare to this chicken zoolde noodle soup! Your favorite soup is now mixed with egg noodles AND zucchini noodles.