Wondering what a Spiralizer is? Or maybe you already have one at home and you are just as excited about them as me! I was lucky to get a good one for Christmas from my family, and I have been experimenting with all kinds of ways to use it since.
Basically a Spiralizer turns vegetables into pasta, how awesome is that? We all love a pasta treat, but if we are able to get the same idea but have a meal that’s way more nutritional and healthy, we can feel good about eating it. Plus it’s a great tool for those who are gluten free and just in general want to add more vegetables to their meal wherever possible!
I have come up with 3 deliciously creative ways to use your Spiralizer to make some healthy dinners that just so happen to be vegetarian as well. Of course you can add meat to any of these meals, but here are options without.
My first spiralizer recipe is a simple Zucchini Spaghetti with Lentil Marinara, second is Sweet Potato Linguine with Mushrooms and Spinach, and finally a Butternut Squash Noodles with a Leek and Artichoke Cashew Cream Sauce! Note the different noodle sizes, my Spiralizer, like most, has different settings for thinner or thicker noodles just to add to the fun 😉