10 Healthy Spiralized Recipes Under 350 Calories

10 Healthy Spiralized Recipes Under 350 Calories

One of the main reasons why I decided to start Inspiralized was so that I could share with the world that it is possible to cook and eat your favorite types of foods without having to worry about high carb and calorie counts.

Actually, when I first began blogging, I published “Skinny Sundays” where I’d make a low-calorie and low-carb meal and include the nutritional information (calories, carbs, protein and fat).

I was seeing so many recipes online that featured a large bowl of pasta with the tagline “Eat this for less than 300 calories.” How deceiving! In reality, the pictured bowl of pasta would be over 600 calories, while the actual recipe would barely yield a baby’s fistful of noodles. 

Deciding to take matters into my own hands, I started Inspiralized. While I no longer include nutritional information in all of my recipes, most of them are very low calorie and low carb! Plus, let’s not forget that while you’re eating this slimming bowl of noodles, you’re also eating vegetables – which pack heart-healthy nutrients! 

But you know my pitch by now – spiralizing vegetables opens up a whole new world for food lovers! 

In honor of New Year’s Resolutions (I know you’re all scouring the Internet for healthy, low-cal recipes to stick to your goals), here are just 10 of my recipes that are under 350 calories. These recipes will fill you up while keeping you feeling light and nourished.

Say goodbye to baby fistfuls and say hello to truck loads of noodles! Okay, maybe not truck loads… you know what I mean! 

10 Healthy Spiralized Recipes Under 350 Calories

1. Spinach and Goat Cheese Zucchini Spaghetti Frittata: 102.5 calories per serving 

Zucchini Spaghetti Frittata

2. Shrimp, Chorizo and Corn Saffron Zucchini Pasta: 224 calories per serving

Shrimp, Chorizo and Corn Saffron Zucchini Pasta

3. Tuna, Celery and Egg Spiralized Pasta Salad: 235 calories per serving

Tuna, Celery and Egg Pasta Salad

4. Baked Chicken and Kale Zucchini Pasta: 237 calories per serving

Baked Chicken and Kale Zucchini Pasta

5. Spicy Ginger Scallion & Egg Drop Zucchini Noodle Bowl: 240 calories per serving

Spicy Ginger Scallion Egg Drop Soup

6. Chicken Pho Zucchini Noodle Soup: 245 calories per serving

Chicken Pho Zucchini Noodle Soup

7. Greek Cucumber Pasta Salad: 293 calories per serving

Greek Cucumber Pasta Salad

8. Zucchini Spaghetti and Sriracha Fried Eggs: 330 calories per serving

Zucchini Spaghetti and Sriracha Fried Eggs

9. Teriyaki Zucchini Fried Noodles with Shrimp and Broccoli: 350 calories per serving

Teriyaki Zucchini Noodle Stir Fry

10. Roasted Butternut Squash Zucchini Pasta with Apricots and Wheat berries: 350 calories per serving

Roasted Butternut Squash Zucchini Pasta with Apricots, Kale and Wheatberries

Which low-cal spiralized dish are you going to make? Do you like seeing calorie counts on recipes? 

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Comments

  1. Laura Brasile :

    I can’t thank you enough for sharing all your awesome recipes! I make them at least 4 times a week and I absolutely crave zucchini and carrots now! I just ordered the book and I expect to make every recipe in it within weeks of receiving it ;) thanks again, Ali!

  2. Hi This is Dorothy and I wanted to let you know. I really love your blog! I share it all the time at work and I work for Disney. We have a site that is like Facebook and I have posted your blog on there. So far it seems that everyone loves this site. So keep it up!!!

  3. I need to make that noodle bowl! I’m indifferent to calorie counts on recipes. I judge my ingredients not calories but I know some people fine them helpful! Great round-up!

  4. I love your blog and your pictures :) Such inspiration! After finding your blog a couple weeks ago and reading some of the recipes, I bought a spiralizer for my dad for Christmas and then one for me! My spiralizer came in the mail a couple days ago, and I am already planning on picking a recipe to try this weekend :) What is an easy first-time spiralizer recipe that you recommend?

  5. I just found your blog and love it! So many delicious spiral-y recipes to try! I don’t have a spiralizer yet, but I’m adding it to my birthday wish list :)

  6. I’m planning on making the Eggdrop Asian soup, the shrimp and saffron zuccinin pasta, and teriyaki zucchini with shrimp, peppers and broccoli. The eggdrop soup is really good as I’ve made this several times and there’s never any left!

  7. I bought my spiralizer a few weeks ago and am hooked. Your recipes are delicious! The first recipe I tried was the carbonerra. So yummy! Have made several and next is the beet and pear pasta with the warm goat cheese. Can’t wait! Now my friends are buying spiralizers and I am putting them all onto your blog! I will buy your cookbook. Keep up the great work. It looks like you are having fun with this. – Kim

  8. Miz Sara in SF :

    Wow!!! Every single one of these ideas look amazing! Great pics, awesome flavor combinations! Nice job and thank you for sharing these. Just bought myself & my cousin a spiralizer. Excited to try some these recipes out!

  9. I don’t have a spiralizer. Can I use a vegetable julienne tool instead?

  10. I love the calorie counts on these :-)

  11. I am so so excited to start spiralizing! Just ordered my spiralizer :) browsing your recipes they look delicious! Love seeing the nutritional information!!!!!!

  12. I just bought a spiralizer and I’m so glad to find your blog. I can’t wait to try your recipes. Are you on Pinterest or Instagram?

    Thanks!

  13. Marcelo Coelho :

    Great!

  14. I just recently purchased a veggi spiralizer and made one of the recipes from this list and it was a hit! I actually got my husband to eat Zucchini and love it…..which he could not stand to eat before. Thank you so much for these recipes.

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