I’m really excited about today, not only because this recipe is hands-down my favorite meatball recipe to date, but because our Brand & Community Manager, Meaghan, goes from part-time to full-time, officially today!
I’ve been waiting for this moment for so long and I’m probably doing a happy dance somewhere in my apartment right now, as this posts. Or, sipping coffee, trying to wake up. Either or….
Meaghan is amazing. If you’ve ordered an Inspiralizer, you may have heard from her – she heads up our Customer Service effort. Otherwise, she works on a lot of fun projects with me and comes up with many of the fun ideas you see on our social channels!
Also, she totally owns our @theinspiralizer Instagram handle.
She’s the sweetest and a total worker bee. Now, she’s all ours here at Inspiralized! I can’t wait to use her skills to their full potential and bring some fancy new content your way.
You’ll probably first notice more engaging Periscope videos (our username is Inspiralized) but other than that, just stay tuned!
Now for this recipe: I’m in a “can’t stop, won’t stop” state of mind right now with the spiralized sweet potatoes. They’re quickly becoming my favorite vegetable to spiralize!
like I said, it’s my favorite meatball recipe to date. Why? The combo of the cauliflower alfredo with the sweet potatoes is SO good. I really couldn’t find a better adjective, because the combo of flavors happening in this recipe are just solid. Really good.
These pictures may display it as a skillet dish, but it doesn’t necessarily have to come out that way – the recipes call for you to transfer the noodles into a serving bowl and top with meatballs and then the alfredo sauce.
I just decided last minute, for presentation purposes, to keep it in the skillet. Pretty, right?
However you choose to plate/serve this, it’s going to be a home run! Just note that it can be time consuming, so just make sure you prep every little ingredient before starting and then it’ll go very smoothly.
I’m actually thinking of doing a video on my top tips for becoming a Zen cook! The first tip? Prep, prep, prep.
Nutritional Information & Recipe
Weight Watchers PointsPlus*: 9 points
*These points were calculated using the official Weight Watchers PointsPlus® calculator. We are in no way affiliated with Weight Watchers, we are providing this information based on popular demand.