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15 Healthy Recipes to Make With Your Spiralizer

It’s official: spiralizers have made fruit and vegetables cool. We all know that fruit and veg is an essential part of a healthy diet, but it’s very easy to avoid. Unless you’re a rabbit, a whole courgette or turnip just isn’t that appealing. With a spiralizer, though, everything is all colourful and curly and looks great on a plate – a lot harder to resist!

That’s why we’ve gathered together these 15 recipes – to showcase the brilliance of the spiralizer and to show you how entertaining and delicious spiralized fruit and vegetables can be.

One thing to note before you proceed: you’ll notice zucchini used a lot in these recipes. A zucchini is simply a courgette with a cooler name.

Cacio e Pepe

Cacio e pepe in English means ‘cheese and pepper’. And that’s all this dish is; cheese and pepper on a bed of courgette noodles. Except for one thing… bacon! Inspiralized has taken it upon themselves to add in a few strips of bacon and it’s a move of inspired genius!


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Slutty Low-Carb Pasta

The Londoner replaces pasta for courgette noodles and flavours it with a rich, tangy, slutty sauce. It’s wonderful, and slutty.


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Italian Turkey & Sweet Potato Casserole

Sweet potato with lean ground turkey, Italian herbs, colourful veg and mozzarella cheese makes for a great one-dish meal. Not bad for Whitney Bond’s first ever spiralizer recipe.


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Yellow Squash Carbonara

The New Potato offers up five great spiralizer recipes, here. This yellow squash carbonara was our pick of the bunch. It’s really easy to make and an ideal dish for a midweek lunch or dinner.


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Spiralized Sandwich Bun

Master this sweet potato spiralized bun from Inspiralized and enjoy a whole new world of bread-free sandwiches. There’s an accompanying tomato, onion and kale filling here for you to enjoy too, before you branch out into other new and exciting recipes.


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Apple Tartlets

Spiralizers can be used to make some damn fine desserts too, as proven by Feasting on Fruit’s sticky-sweet apple and cinnamon tarts.


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Courgetti 

To Become Mum’s courgetti (courgette spaghetti) is really simple to make and works as the base for many an Italian dish, like this Bolognese offering from Closing Winter.


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Spiralized Carrott Cinnamon Pudding

Here’s a dessert that you don’t have to feel guilty about enjoying. Twirly Bites offers up a spiralized take on this popular four-ingredient Indian pudding, that’s sugar-free, dairy-free and gluten-free.

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Chilli-Cheese Spiralizer Fries 

Vegetarian chilli and nacho cheese lathered over crispy curly fries, what’s not to love? Cooking Light’s recipe uses Yukon potatoes, which you’ll struggle to find in the UK. Charlotte potatoes are a good alternative. Failing that, just plain old white potatoes will do the trick.


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Cheesy Zucchini Pasta Quinoa Bake

Quinoa is gluten-free alternative to rice and a wonderful source of protein and fibre, but it’s not all that appetising. Throw it in a baking dish with some zucchini noodles, cheddar cheese and parmesan cheese, though, and it instantly becomes more appealing. A great five-ingredient  recipe from Sugar-Free Mom.


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Vegetarian Carrot Enchilada Bake

If quinoa bake doesn’t tempt you, maybe carrot enchilada bake will. Eats Well With Others’ recipe replaces tortillas with carrot rice and pairs it with beans, veggies, corn and spices for a low carb dish that will feed the whole family.


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Zoodles & Meatballs

Zoodles (zucchini noodles) topped with marinara-covered meatballs. Bellissimo!


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Parsnaffles

This recipe made the list on name alone. Parsnaffles, ha ha! Inspiralized’s parsnip waffles are as light and fluffy as their batter mix counterparts, but we wouldn’t suggest drowning them in maple syrup. Try sour cream instead.

If you’re not one for parsnips, try making sweet potaffles. These are syrup friendly.


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4-Ingredient Chocolate-Coated Apple Drizzle

Spiralized apple, cacao, coconut oil and maple syrup – the only ingredients you’ll to make Twirly Bites’ vegan and preservative-free dessert.

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Zucchini Pad Thai

Home Made Interest gives Pad Thai a spiralized makeover, with garlic and peanut oil-sautéed zoodles used in place of noodles. It’s every bit as delicious as the traditional recipe, with less carbs, no sugar and zero gluten!


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It’s official: spiralizers have made fruit and vegetables cool. We all know that fruit and veg is an essential part of a healthy diet, but it’s very easy to avoid. Unless you’re a rabbit, a whole courgette or turnip just isn’t that appealing. With a spiralizer, though, everything is all colourful and curly and looks great on a plate – a lot harder to resist!