21 Spiralized Recipes With 5 Ingredients or Less

21 Spiralized Recipes With 5 Ingredients or Less

The last few months of the year always fly by — once fall hits, we’re all caught up in everything fall: pumpkin shopping, apple-picking weekends, getting cozy, and enjoying this new time of the year.

Then comes November, Thanksgiving hits, and then the year really flies by, because #theholidays.

We tend to put our healthy lifestyle on the back-burner, while our busy social schedules take over. Well, you can kiss that excuse goodbye today, because I’m sharing 21 easy spiralized recipes that use five ingredients or less, for the busiest of days, when you just want to order takeout.

Some of the recipes in this roundup aren’t exactly five ingredients, because they include pantry items (ie garlic, salt, pepper, olive oil.) You get the picture!

Cheers to staying on our healthy track, even with the temptation of scarfing down pumpkin-flavored everything.

1. Spiralized Potato and Spinach Frittata

SPIRALIZED POTATO AND SPINACH FRITTATA

2. Brussels Sprouts, Kale, and Lentil Sweet Potato Noodle Bowl

BRUSSELS SPROUTS, KALE, AND LENTIL SWEET POTATO NOODLE BOWL

3. Spiralized Carrot and Lentil Bowl with Avocado and Poached Egg

 SPIRALIZED CARROT AND LENTIL BOWL WITH AVOCADO AND POACHED EGG

4. Caramelized Onion and Bacon Kohlrabi Spaghetti with Shaved Parmesan

 CARAMELIZED ONION AND BACON KOHLRABI SPAGHETTI WITH SHAVED PARMESAN

5. Curried Chicken Salad with Spiralized Cucumbers

 CURRIED CHICKEN SALAD WITH SPIRALIZED CUCUMBERS

6. Chicken Sausage and Broccoli Zucchini Pasta with Parmesan

 CHICKEN SAUSAGE AND BROCCOLI ZUCCHINI PASTA WITH PARMESAN

7. Roast Chicken with Spiralized Potatoes

ROAST CHICKEN WITH SPIRALIZED POTATOES

8. Sweet Potato Pasta with Chicken Sausage and Corn

 SWEET POTATO PASTA WITH CHICKEN SAUSAGE AND CORN

9. Sweet Potato Noodles with Chicken and Tomato Basil Sauce

 SWEET POTATO NOODLES WITH CHICKEN AND TOMATO BASIL SAUCE

10. Sweet Potato Rice Breakfast Bowl with Avocado and Scallions

 SWEET POTATO RICE BREAKFAST BOWL WITH AVOCADO AND SCALLIONS

11. Zucchini Spaghetti with Parsley, Tuna and Lemon

 ZUCCHINI SPAGHETTI WITH PARSLEY, TUNA AND LEMON

12. Two-Ingredient Pancakes with Cinnamon Spiralized Apples

 TWO-INGREDIENT PANCAKES WITH CINNAMON SPIRALIZED APPLES

13. Thick Bacon, Kale and Goat Cheese Butternut Squash “Fettuccine”

 THICK BACON, KALE AND GOAT CHEESE BUTTERNUT SQUASH “FETTUCINE”

14. Beet Noodles with Tomatoes, Feta and Bacon

 BEET NOODLES WITH TOMATOES, FETA AND BACON

15. Avocado-Tuna Salad with Cucumber Noodles

 AVOCADO-TUNA SALAD WITH CUCUMBER NOODLES

16. Basil Pomodoro Zucchini Pasta

 SIMPLE CHICKEN & BASIL POMODORO ZUCCHINI PASTA

17. Zucchini Noodles with Chicken, Feta and Spinach

 ZUCCHINI NOODLES WITH CHICKEN, FETA AND SPINACH

18. Romantic Cacio e Pepe for Valentine’s Day

ROMANTIC CACIO E PEPE FOR VALENTINE’S DAY

19. Spiralized Pasta Carbonara, Two Ways

SPIRALIZED PASTA CARBONARA, TWO WAYS

20. Gruyere and Asparagus Potato Noodle Casserole

 GRUYERE AND ASPARAGUS POTATO NOODLE CASSEROLE

21. Bacon & Brussels Sprouts Potato Noodle Casserole

 BACON & BRUSSELS SPROUTS POTATO NOODLE CASSEROLE

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10 comments

Sarah M says:
This post is exactly what I need right now trying to juggle so much at once but still put healthy food on the table! It's like you read my mind. As always your recipes look amazing, can't wait to try some :)
Ali Maffucci says:
Thank you so much, Sarah! Glad you enjoyed this roundup!
Allison says:
Wow, I've never seen the Caramelized Onion and Bacon Kohlrabi Spaghetti with Shaved Parmesan recipe before! How did I miss that? Haha. That might be my next Inspiralized conquest. Any excuse to caramelize a batch of onions. Mmmmmmm. ;-)
Anonymous says:
This is my favorite! Do try it.
Hillary Gras says:
Great round up! Pinned to my "weeknight dinners" board! Some good throwbacks in there !!! That butternut squash kale and bacon pasta?!? Sign me up!
Marcia says:
Good morning, I realize creating/selecting/and posting recipes is very much a balancing act trying to keep everyone happy and coming back for more, but today was way heavy the S.A.D. diet and not enough for us Vegan's. Disappointing. Hopefully we will get more next time!
Hillary Gras says:
Just curious how you thought these were all "standard American diet?" I feel that they're veggie heavy and there is always a vegeTarian option. Didn't see anything fried, very low sugar and preservative heavy food... just curious?
Maria says:
My only problem with this list I don't know what to make first! :) Thanks for putting this together, will be rotating throughout all of these!
Nikki says:
Perfect post for this season. So many times I come home hungry and tired and just make scrambled eggs because it's easy. I feel like with a little bit of spiral prep on the weekend, so many of these recipes will be new go-to's. Thanks Ali!
Karen says:
You come up with the best recipes, and I'm hoping for another :) Our office is having a Halloween party (my least favorite holiday) and we are all to bring something pumpkin. I am going to take "pumpkin brains" (homemade pimento cheese), but as has been pointed out already, although it is the color of pumpkin, it isn't made from pumpkin nor does it taste like pumpkin. So, I am wondering if pumpkin can be spiralized and made into a soup, stew, or stirfry, or rice for some other kind of dish, and if so, can you give me some suggestions? The "wasband" could close his eyes and imagine the taste different foods and seasonings would produce. Me -- I need a recipe to start with and then I can embellish from there. Thanks!

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~ corn tortillas⁣
~ guacamole⁣
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