Happy New Year from Inspiralized

Happy New Year - Inspiralized.com

Happy New Year - Inspiralized.com

HAPPY NEW YEAAAARRR!! *insert festive emojis*

Whew. I can’t believe it’s 2015. 2014 flew by!

Thank you for everything. I really mean it. I know I thank you guys a lot, but once you see my cookbook, you’ll see why I’m so thankful. There’s a whole lot of thanking going on in that book.

What an absolutely unbelievable year 2014 was.

Here were my highlights:

Oh, and I ate a loooooot of spiralized vegetables.

I can’t wait to write the highlights of 2015, and most importantly, I can’t wait to share them all with you! Thanks for taking part in my journey.

There are so many exciting things happening with Inspiralized in 2015. Stay tuned!

Happy 2015! 

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jesusan says:
And a happy 2015 to you! Looking forward to seeing the cookbook when it comes out (I did pre-order) and to seeing what comes up on your blog.
Thank you for preordering and your kind well wishes!!
Linda Mazurkewitz says:
Happy new Year to you!!! Love this blog! The recipes are amazing......I'm so looking forward to having them all together in a cookbook!! I'm looking forward to seeing what's in store for the upcoming year! Thanks Ali!
Yay!!! Thanks for taking part in the journey :)
Sharon says:
Happy new year dear Ali. To you and yours. I wanted to take this opportunity to thank YOU. You are always so gracious and thanking us. By I am so indebted to you. I am wheat intolerant and love my pasta. Yes....rice pasta is okay....but there is nothing like zuchinni noodles,and sweet potato noodles. I am in heaven. Big portions and lower calories. Yippeeeeeeee. So we all wish you continued success. I pre purchased your cookbook. I hope to be able to say...I knew her when.....you are destined for great things.
You are so kind, Sharon! I really appreciate it - your words mean so much! I'm so blessed to have such great readers :)
Elizabeth King says:
Happy New Year to you, Ali! May 2015 be a bright & beautiful year for you & yours! I am looking forward to your cookbook coming out so I can purchase it. Didn't pre-order as I am in Canada & I would have to pay shipping which adds to the cost of the book. Am waiting for it to arrive in Indigo book store. Thanks for all your fabulous recipes that you give us. One of my intentions this year is to eat more veggies & make more of your inspirilized recipes.
Thank you so much for your kindness!
katie @ RAR says:
Happy New Year! Congrats on your weight lost and thank you for sharing your wonderful recipes !
Beth says:
Thank you for inspiring me to adopt a new eating regime for 2015!!! I am very excited to start using your recipes and can't wait to to see if it helps me lose the last 30lbs this year. Well done on your weightloss, you look amazing. Wishing you more success this year x
Effie says:
I just purchased my spiralizer this weekend at Williams Sonoma on a whim. Boy am i glad i did, after trying it I went back and purchased one as a gift for my mom. As i was looking for ideas and recipies, I stumbled across you site and I became a fan over night. Everything I need to know can be found right here. I quickly filled my fridge with vegetables and can't wait to start trying your recipes. Thanks for all your hard work and dedication to make such wonderful looking meals that are low in calories and healthy.
ruth says:
Just found this blog. Pre- ordered the cookbook and purchased a spiralizer. My sister is a cancer survivor. I can hardly wait to share this find. The paper copy book will ship to her, the kindle edition to her. My iPad accompanies me to the kitchen. Dreaming of March! 'Til then, I will practice spiralizing. With much gratitude, ruth
ruth says:
the Kindle edition to me, ooops! ruth
Thank you so much for your kind words, Ruth! I wish your family the best of health!
pubg apk says:
This excellent website really has all the info I needed about this subject and didn't know who to ask.

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air fried shrimp tacos with pineapple mango salsa and guacamole, another meal made fully from a @wholefoods shop! 🌮🍍🥑🍤⁣

~ corn tortillas⁣
~ guacamole⁣
~ pineapple & mango salsa (fresh prepared foods)⁣
~ sliced red cabbage (pre-sliced container)⁣
~ @sirkensingtons chile lime crema⁣
~ cleaned & deveined shrimp ⁣
~ panko breadcrumbs ⁣

preheat the air fryer to 400 degrees. dredge the shrimp in egg and dip in panko (toss the panko with paprika, onion, chili, & garlic powder, salt, and cumin.) add in a single layer to the air fryer and cook for 7-10 minutes, flipping halfway through (they’re done when golden brown and C-shaped.) spread some guacamole on the tortillas and top with shrimp, cabbage tossed with juiced lime, pineapple mango salsa, and drizzle with the bottled crema. easy peasy! 👏🏼 ⁣

what’s your favorite easy weeknight taco combo? 🌮 #inspiralizedwholefoodsmealideas

super easy lunch idea, made (almost) entirely from the freezer and 100% from @wholefoodsmarket, so next time you go there to shop, grab the following items and make this Teriyaki Tofu and Pepper Riced Cauliflower Stir Fry👇🏼👇🏼

~ frozen riced cauliflower, stir fry style⁣
~ frozen three pepper blend (sliced bell peppers)⁣
~ organic teriyaki sauce⁣
~ @wildwoodfoods teriyaki baked tofu⁣
~ for garnish: white sesame seeds, red pepper flakes⁣

heat a tablespoon of neutral oil in a medium skillet. add the bag of riced cauliflower and sauté until softened to your preference (about 5 minutes for rice-like, IMHO.) set the cauliflower aside in a bowl. add a couple handfuls of bell pepper strips and half the package of tofu, cubed. pour over some teriyaki sauce (I use about 1/3 cup), stir, and let cook until peppers are totally soft, another 3 to 5 minutes. top the riced cauliflower with the teriyaki tofu and peppers. garnish with sesame seeds and red pepper flakes. enjoy!⁣ 🥡

do you like easy meal ideas like this from specific grocery stores? 🤔 I'll start a hashtag for them - this one will be #inspiralizedwholefoodsmealideas

probably my favorite part of parenthood is seeing life through my children’s’ eyes. everything is new and they live a life of exciting discovery. and nothing beats the merriment of Christmastime! 🎄🎅🏻 luca and roma had a blast ice skating today in NYC - luca got the hang of it quickly and he loved pushing roma on the little plastic bear seats they had at @rinkatbrookfieldplacenyc. ⛸❄️ the twins were angels and slept the whole time, so I could be present with my older kids. 👼🏻👼🏻

and we’re building a holiday bucket list calendar, what should we add to it (aside from meeting santa? 😉)

cauliflower and carrot masala, totally normal meal on thanksgiving eve, right? 😅🥄

tomorrow we’re going to my BIL’s to hang out with Lu’s side of the family, and I’m excited to see everyone (it’s been YEARS!) and have the kids spend time with their cousins, aunts and uncles 🙏🏼

for the curry, simmer cauliflower, carrots, a jar of @mayakaimalfoods, and 2 cups of @bonafideprovisions veggie broth in a large pot for 20 minutes or until thickened to your preference. add cooked lentils, stir, and serve with jasmine rice, chutney and toasted naan. easy 30 minute meal 👏🏼 not exactly thanksgiving-friendly, but worth a share!

safe travels today and tomorrow and wishing everyone a safe and happy thanksgiving 🦃 I’m so grateful for you