I woke up yesterday with a fierce sore throat… on one side of my throat. Weird, right?
At about 11am, I started to develop the aches and a runny nose.
Now, at 7:30pm on Tuesday night, I’m sitting here with a gallon-sized Ziploc bag and a roll of toilet paper – that’s how runny my nose is. Ick.
Is there a doctor in the house?!
I always get sick when the temperatures change – always around this time of year. I guess my body’s rebelling against the cold temps (and I don’t blame it.)
Howeverrrrrr, I do like the food that comes along with the chillier weather – gratins, lasagnas, casseroles, you know – the cheesy, good stuff.
Now that I’m Inspiralized (yea, I said it), the word “gratin” or “lasagna” doesn’t mean “unhealthy” anymore – because by swapping the pasta for a spiralized vegetable can totally change its nutritional makeup.
I love to use the Inspiralizer for making disc-shaped slices of veggies to use in gratins and casseroles, especially this time of the year and into the winter and holidays.
But, Ali, how?? How do I use the Inspiralizer to do this? Don’t I need a mandolin?
No, my friends. I’m here to show you (with a brand new video!) how you can effortlessly make disc-shaped spiralized slices! And don’t forget, you can use them to make healthy baked chips, too!
Before I get to the video, here are a couple of my favorite recipes that use the chip slice on the Inspiralizer:
Now that you have the recipes, here’s how to do it: