Easy Spiralizer Recipes

Easy Spiralizer Recipes

A Beginner's Guide to Spiralizing

If you unwrapped the Inspiralizer (or another spiralizer) this holiday season as a gift, then this post is for you: it’s time to start spiralizing!

And most importantly, welcome to Inspiralized!

Before I get to the beginner recipes, there’s a few things you should look at/do before you start spiralizing:

  1. Subscribe to our newsletter to receive your free starter guide to spiralizing! In there, it lays out absolutely everything you’ll need to know about getting started with your spiralizer.
  2. Binge our YouTube channel, because we have a video on how to spiralize over 25 different veggies, along with recipe videos to help you get acquainted with cooking spiralized veggies.
  3. Join the Facebook community – this is separate from our general Facebook page, where thousands of members share their own creations, troubleshoot cooking experiences, and just generally get excited about spiralizing! This community is moderated by yours truly (me, Ali, the founder of Inspiralized!) and Meaghan, our Director of Brand & Community.
  4. Download our Recipe App if you have an iOS device – you’ll have our recipes on you anywhere, so if you ever need dinner inspiration at the grocery store, we’ve got you covered. Also, there’s a Shopping List function, so you can save your favorite recipes and have a grocery list automatically generated.

There’s more information here to get started, as well. You’ll soon be addicted to spiralizing! Don’t worry, we have plenty of recipes, but the best are in my cookbooks, Inspiralized and Inspiralize Everything!

Inspiralized Cookbooks

Now that you’ve got the basics (seriously, subscribe to get that free starter guide – it gives you EVERYTHING you need to know), here are some recommended beginner recipes to start with and a few helpful videos:

How to Spiralize Videos


Beginner Spiralizer Recipes

Check out these starter recipes also!

Gluten-Free Chicken Zucchini Noodle Soup

Sweet Potato Noodle Carbonara


Chicken Sausage and Broccoli Zucchini Pasta with Parmesan


Deconstructed Manicotti Skillet with Zucchini Noodles


Spicy Sausage and Kale Soup with Carrot Noodles


Sweet Potato Noodles with Chicken and Tomato Basil Sauce

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

Mom’s Spiralized Peppers, Onions, and Potatoes

Thai Quinoa and Zucchini Noodle Salad

Spiralized Potatoes with Parmesan and Garlic

Spiralized Potatoes with Parmesan and Garlic

Spiralized Sweet Potato, White Bean and Kale Bake

Roasted Spiralized Vegetable and Quinoa Bowl

Turkey Bolognese with Zucchini Noodles

Turkey Bolognese with Zucchini Noodles

Spiralized Sweet Potato, Kale and Goat Cheese Frittata

Kale, Avocado, and Sweet Potato Noodle Breakfast Bowl


New to spiralizing? Grab your FREE eBook with our 20 Most Popular Blog Recipes!

Have a spiralizer and not sure where to start?How about making our fool-proof, most popularly made recipes from the blog? In this printable PDF eCookbook you’ll find photos and full recipes of our readers’ favorites to get you started!

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Carol says:
I'm definitely not new to inspiralizing, but I've given a few away, and I always appreciate being able to tell the recipients about the GREAT support from your site, YouTube, etc. You really make it easy to get started AND add so much to the experience of receiving the inspiralizer. You really make people feel that this is easy, fun, healthful and rewarding experience. Thanks.
Meaghan says:
This means so much to us, Carol! Thank you!
JohnRichert says:
Good work Carol. Thank you. I am new to this blog and it invited me with bunch of innovative ideas. I am impressed by seeing the best recipes in the world. Inspiralized name suits very well for this platform. At the whole I could say just superb.

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I have nothing prolific to say today (I’ve just been madly testing recipes for this project I’ll be announcing soon) except that today was the first day in my life that I actually enjoyed sliced tomatoes on a sandwich. 🍅 🍞⁣

I’m not a fan of raw tomatoes, except in something subtle like a pico de gallo or if they’re a tiny part of a meal, like a garnish. but today, I made this chickpea tuna salad melt with tomatoes and spinach and LOVED it. 👍🏼⁣

it got me thinking… I can’t be the only one. do you like raw tomatoes? 🤔

luca made a friend today! 👦🏼 🚴‍♂️⁣

one of the things that has made me sad during COVID has been that Luca hasn't spent much time with other kids his age. this summer, we had a little pod of a few kids, but slowly but surely, as the year went on, kids moved to the suburbs, enrolled in school (we didn't feel comfortable), and then as the temperature dropped, the rest of the kids stopped braving the cold and since we felt uncomfortable with indoor playdates, it was really just our little family hanging out. and Luca wasn't hanging out with anyone his age much. ⁣

I have so many thoughts on this. will this change his personality and social skills forever? will he be socially awkward? will he lose out on so many developmental milestones? will this affect his emotional awareness? the list goes on. I know it's only a year or so, but that's over 1/3 of his entire life!⁣

and now that we're in Florida, we just keep to ourselves at my parents' house and don't see any other kids. it's so nice to be together as a family, and I know so many families can't be together right now, so I'm so grateful for that. the other day, Luca saw a 7-year-old boy on a bike in my parents' neighborhood and he asked us if he could be his friend. I almost broke down in tears.⁣

so by chance, we were out on his bike this afternoon and sure enough, we saw the little boy again, riding his bike, with his mother. in that moment, I knew I had to make a move - so I called out to the mother and asked her, "I know this is going to sound weird, but my son would love to hang out with your son! I'd love to get your number so they can ride bikes together sometime!" I was so nervous, haha! ⁣

and just like that, Luca made a friend! they immediately started riding their bikes together (it was so cute I couldn't handle it!!!) and Roma even came a little bit later and literally slipped her hand into the little boy's hand, it was like she was starving for that connection. it was so adorable, and I'm so happy for Luca to have someone to safely play outside with and so I can shed some of this mama worry.⁣

as for these chocolate donuts, search the blog, they’re an oldie but a goodie! 🍩🍫

it's a mouthful, but it's mouth-watering. 👅 my TERIYAKI SALMON with RICED BUTTERNUT SQUASH and SESAME BROCCOLI 🥦  is live on the blog, and it's another must-add to your weekly meal plan. okay I say that all the time, but seriously - I'm only sharing recipes I make for our family, and these have all been slam dunks 🏀⁣

and last week I started the #inspiralizedmealplanideas hashtag so we'd have a running list of weekly meal ideas from this community, and it's a Monday thing, so tell me - what's ONE meal you're making this week? 🍴 leave it in the comments below and be sure to check back to see what other people are making and even SAVE this post for future reference! 📌⁣

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