The Spiralizer is such a fun little gadget that can make cooking fun. It can also allow you to make meals that mimic the ones you love, such as spaghetti. If you’ve run out of Spiralizer recipes to make paleo-friendly meals, you’re going to love the suggestions listed below.
Even if you’ve never liked the original 1950’s style tuna noodle casserole, you should try this recipe. It’s loaded with flavor and sure to be a hit with the entire family. Best of all, it’s so easy to make that you can throw it together at a moment’s notice.
Do you love to eat foods from all over the world? Why not sink your teeth into some Pad Thai made with carrot and sweet potato noodles? Packed full of flavor this vegetable dish will take your taste buds on a journey that you won’t have to regret later.
This is another great recipe for when you’re looking for something flavorful and different. If you love the flavors of curry, you’re going to love this recipe. This is sure to be a winner if you and your family love spicy food. Your family will never once complain about eating “diet” food.
If you’re looking for a great recipe to replace the spaghetti you know and love, this is a great option. The best part about this recipe is that it’s made in the slow cooker and contains only a handful of ingredients. Just make sure you get a paleo-friendly jar of marinara sauce.
Hungry for more pasta? This recipe is great for when you want to spend a bit more time in the kitchen. This recipe contains homemade sauce that has a bit of a kick and is topped with delicious shrimp. You won’t think once about the fact that you’re eating healthy when you’re eating this.
There are a few different designs for Spiralizers out there. My favorite is this counter top one pictured above. It has different plates for you to cut different shapes and it’s super easy to use.
These Spiralizer recipes are sure to get your creative juices flowing. Whether you want to reinvent a classic or take your taste buds on a journey, these recipes are sure to be a big hit with you and your family.
What’s your favorite way to eat veggie noodles?