23 Recipes To Make With Your Spiralizer This Thanksgiving

23 Recipes To Make With Your Spiralizer This Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is what I consider the official start to the holiday season.

Right after Thanksgiving, it’s All I Want For Christmas (the Mariah Carey version, of course) on repeat until December 25th. All the stores decorate overnight with twinkling lights and wreaths, and Williams Sonoma smells delightful. And if you celebrate, you probably put your tree up the next day or that weekend!

Since Thanksgiving is around the corner, I’m rounding up 23 spiralized recipes that would make a nice addition to your Thanksgiving feast!

23 Recipes To Make with your Spiralizer This Thanksgiving

1. Autumn Kale and Quinoa Salad with Spiralized Apples

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2. Spiralized Parsnips with Roasted Butternut Squash, Kale & Feta

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3. Brussels Sprouts and Sweet Potato Noodle Bowl with Pomegranates and Maple-Sesame Vinaigrette

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4. Spiralized Apple and Arugula Salad with Roasted Honey Glazed Acorn Squash

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5. Dijon-Chive Spiralized Potatoes

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6. Shredded Kale, Pear Noodle and Brussels Sprouts Salad

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7. Roasted Butternut Squash Noodles with Orange-Cranberry Sauce & Honey Roasted Pecans

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8. Garlic Zucchini Noodles with Leeks, Mushrooms and Light Gravy

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9. Butternut Squash Rice, Sausage, Apple and Pecan Stuffing

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10. Vegan Sweet Potato and Brussels Sprout Gratin with Marcona Almond-Maple Cream Sauce

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11. Fall Harvest Butternut Squash and Lentil Pilaf

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12. Vegan Butternut Squash Noodles and Toasted Almonds with Pumpkin-Sage Sauce

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13. Fancy Sparkling Apple Cider Cocktail

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14. “Leftovers” Zucchini Pasta (Featuring Garlic Green Beans & Vegan Whole Wheat Stuffing

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15. Maple Brussels Sprout & Ham Hash with Apple Noodles

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16. Easy Roasted Garlic-Parmesan Potato Noodles

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17. Prosciutto Wrapped Maple-Balsamic Sweet Potato Noodle Rolls

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18. Parsnip and Kale Gratin

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19. Sweet Hot Mustard Brussels Sprout and Apple-Almond Salad

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20. Gruyere and Asparagus Potato Noodle Casserole

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21. Roasted Beet Noodles with Goat Cheese and Pecans

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22. Turnip and Spinach Rosemary “Risotto” Stuffed Acorn Squash with Pecans

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23. Bacon & Brussels Sprouts Potato Noodle Casserole

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9 comments

Cathy Snowball says:
These look amazing. We moved to the UK this summer and I am in love with our local market. We have all the yummy seasonal fresh from local farms veggies.
Rio says:
My spiralizer has been tucked away for too long! Thanks for sharing these and providing some inspiration! Can't wait to try turnip and spinach rosemary risotto.
Kathi says:
Thank you for this grouping of your choice holiday recipes! This helped me so much!
Janet Carter says:
You, these look delicious!
Michele says:
This is wonderful! I was brainstorming ideas for what to bring for Thanksgiving dinner and you've provided some delicious and colorful options including some I haven't yet tried - thank you!
Elaine Thie says:
oh my goodness! These all look wonderful. You've been very busy. Have a great Thanksgiving. You give us so much to be thankful for. Elaine Thie, Post Falls, ID
Helen says:
Ali, I've been meaning to write to ask what you do with the hollow ends of your butternut squashes. While I'd still appreciate ideas, it seems to me that, with a little extra work, that part of the squash could substitute for the pumpkin in your recipe for butternut squash with pumpkin sage sauce (remove seeds, peel, cut, cook, puree; it sounds like something to do a day ahead). Thoughts?
Maggie Pernet says:
What fantastic recipe ideas. Can't wait to try them.... thank you
Joan says:
What do you think about roasting a variety of root veggies (i'm thinking parsnips, carrots, celery root) with either Mediterranean or curry spices? Would that combination work? Do you have a recipe along those lines? Other suggestions? Thanks - Love your recipes!

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