21 Meal-Prep Friendly Spiralized Recipes

21 Meal-Prep Friendly Spiralized Recipes

21 Meal-Prep Friendly Spiralized Recipes

Over the weekend, on Instagram stories, I meal prepped for the week. As in, I prepared as much as I could for lunch and dinner for the week (I don’t usually cook on the weekends, so this doesn’t include a Friday night meal!)

Everyone loved that I shared the behind-the-scenes, so I figured I’d share more meal prep friendly content!

Since the Inspiralizer makes meal prep easier than ever, this roundup wasn’t difficult to put together – here are 21 meal-prep friendly spiralized recipes, including tips on how to prepare/reheat them!

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21 Meal-Prep Friendly Spiralized Recipes

Chicken Marsala with Spiralized Rutabaga

Tip

  • You may want to double the sauce, because rutabaga and chicken will dry out when refrigerated. You’ll want extra moisture with this dish, so when you reheat, it’s not dry.

Chicken Marsala with Spiralized Rutabaga

Chimichurri Chicken Thighs with Spiced Spiralized Potatoes

Tip

  • Keep the chimichurri in a separate container when storing in the refrigerator.

Chimichurri Chicken Thighs with Spiced Spiralized Potatoes

Chilled Asian Zoodle Salad with Chicken and Avocado

Tip

  • Separate the sauce from the noodles and chicken and don’t combine until ready to eat.

 CHILLED ASIAN ZOODLE SALAD WITH CHICKEN AND AVOCADO

Pork and Green Bean Stir Fry with Sweet Potato Fried Rice

Tip

  • This recipe can be fully prepped in advance, but the meat may be dry on day 2. To avoid this, prepare everything except for the meat and cook the meat before you’re ready to serve. The fried rice can be reheated on the stovetop.

Pork and Green Bean Stir Fry with Sweet Potato Fried Rice

Lentil and Cauliflower Curry with Roasted Butternut Squash Noodles

Tip

  • Separate the noodles from the curry to avoid soggy noodles.

Lentil and Cauliflower Curry with Roasted Butternut Squash Noodles

Thai Peanut Sweet Potato Noodles with Roasted Tofu

Tip

  • Store the dressing separate – drizzle over right before serving.

Thai Peanut Sweet Potato Noodles with Roasted Tofu

Vegan Burrito Bowls with Spiralized Peppers and Onions 

Tip

  • Everything saves well together (except for the avocado, obviously – you always want to serve avocados fresh, because of oxidization/browning!)

BBQ Baked Tofu and Brown Rice Bowls with Zucchini Noodles

Tip

  • Store the dressing separately and combine right before serving.

BBQ Baked Tofu and Brown Rice Bowls with Zucchini Noodles

Turkey Bolognese with Zucchini Noodles

Tip

  • Always store your zucchini noodles raw. Store the bolognese separate from the noodles and when you go to cook, cook the noodles and top with reheated sauce. Don’t store the noodles with the sauce overnight, they’ll become watery and soggy.

Chicken Fajita Bowls with Spiralized Sweet Potatoes

Tip

  • Everything saves well together (except for the avocado, obviously – you always want to serve avocados fresh, because of oxidization/browning!)

 CHICKEN FAJITA BOWLS WITH SPIRALIZED SWEET POTATOES

Southwest Quinoa and Spiralized Sweet Potato Stuffed Bell Peppers 

Tip

  • If possible, don’t melt the cheese on top until you’re ready to serve. If you’re bringing them to work and won’t have access to an oven/stovetop/microwave, it’s okay, the cheese just won’t be as gooey!

Zucchini Spaghetti and Gluten-Free Turkey Meatballs

Tip

  • Store the meatballs separately from the noodles and when you go to cook, cook the noodles and top with reheated sauce. Don’t store the noodles with the sauce overnight, they’ll become watery and soggy.

 ZUCCHINI SPAGHETTI AND GLUTEN-FREE TURKEY MEATBALLS

Pork Loin Roast with Spiralized Root Vegetables

Tip

  • When you reheat, to give the vegetables extra moisture, you may want to drizzle with olive oil. Otherwise, they reheat well together.

 PORK LOIN ROAST WITH SPIRALIZED ROOT VEGETABLES

Sweet Potato Noodles with Brussels Sprouts and Lentil Ragu 

Tip

  • It’s preferable to keep the ragu separate from the noodles, but they can be stored together. When reheating, you can reheat together.

SWEET POTATO NOODLES WITH BRUSSELS SPROUTS AND LENTIL RAGU

Brussels Sprouts, Kale, and Lentil Sweet Potato Noodle Bowl

Tip

  • This can be stored and reheated well together (aside from the avocado, that should be added last!)

BRUSSELS SPROUTS, KALE, AND LENTIL SWEET POTATO NOODLE BOWL

Flaxseed Crusted Chicken Tenders with Spiralized Sweet Potatoes 

Tip

  • This reheats well and can be stored together.

Mom’s Spiralized Peppers, Onions, and Potatoes with Sausage

Tip

  • This stores well – just toss in a skillet to reheat when ready to serve.

MOM’S SPIRALIZED PEPPERS, ONIONS, AND POTATOES WITH SAUSAGE

Thai Quinoa and Zucchini Noodle Salad

Tip

  • This keeps for about 2 days in the refrigerator if dressed. If not dressed, the veggies will stay in the fridge for about 4 days together, so store the dressing separately.

THAI QUINOA AND ZUCCHINI NOODLE SALAD

Roasted Spiralized Vegetable and Quinoa Bowl

Tip

  • To add extra moisture when reheating, drizzle with more olive oil or some vegetable broth – reheat in a skillet, preferably.

 ROASTED SPIRALIZED VEGETABLE AND QUINOA BOWL

Buffalo Chicken Bowls with Zucchini and Carrot Noodles

Tip

  • Store the dressing/sauce separately from the noodles and combine when ready to serve, for best results.

 BUFFALO CHICKEN BOWLS WITH ZUCCHINI AND CARROT NOODLES

Winter Kale, Sausage, and Butternut Squash Lasagna

Tip

  • Reheat in the oven (or microwave, if you use.) This can be fully cooked and reheated for up to 4-5 days. It can also be frozen and reheated.

 WINTER KALE, SAUSAGE AND BUTTERNUT SQUASH LASAGNA

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11 comments

Anjoli says:
I am so excited!! You made my morning when I saw this on Instagram and can’t wait to Prep these meals!! Thank you!!
Rhonda says:
? So much yumminess? Roasted veggie quinoa for dinner tonight!!?
Ali Maffucci says:
So happy to hear that!
Linda says:
Can I use summer squash instead of zucchini in recipes?
EJW says:
Yes! That’s part of what is so awesome about these recipes. You can often substitute whatever you have on hand to the basic recipe and have a whole new twist! ??
Sue C Goodwin says:
Can you possibly change the font? It changed about a mouth or so ago and is very difficult to read.
carola says:
Hello , Is your second book Inspiralyse everything also being translated in Dutch. I bought your first book but i'am wating for your second book, hahaha. greetings from Holland, carola
Kelly Mahan says:
Awesome recipes! I personally can't wait to try that turkey bolognese with noodles!
Cathy says:
I’m so excited you’re sharing your meal prep! It’s so easy to get in a rut but seeing a blog with great content really helps! Ps Love your books!

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