Top 10 Spiralizer Recipes of 2016

Top 10 Spiralizer Recipes of 2016

Dozens and dozens of new recipes to make with your spiralizer flooded your inbox this year.

Of course, there were a few that were more popular than others. Today, I’m rounding up our top recipes of the year, meaning these were the recipes you loved the most!

You may find a couple of these surprising (do you remember the carrot dog fiasco?)

You can also take a look back at 2015, if you’re feeling extra nostalgic.

Top 10 Spiralizer Recipes of 2016

 LEMON-PARMESAN ZUCCHINI PASTA WITH ROASTED ARTICHOKES

1. Lemon-Parmesan Zucchini Pasta with Roasted Artichokes

 VEGAN CARROT DOGS WITH SPIRALIZED TOPPINGS (FOUR WAYS!)

2. Vegan Carrot Dogs with Spiralized Toppings

CRISPY BAKED SPIRALIZED FRIES

3. Crispy Baked Spiralized Fries

 SESAME CHICKEN ZUCCHINI NOODLES

4. Sesame Chicken Zucchini Noodles

 VEGAN BBQ PULLED PORK (JACKFRUIT) WITH SPIRALIZED ONIONS

5. Vegan BBQ Pulled Pork (Jackfruit) with Spiralized Onions

AVOCADO AND TOMATO ZUCCHINI NOODLE SALAD WITH BASIL VINAIGRETTE

6. Avocado and Tomato Zucchini Noodle Salad with Basil Vinaigrette

MEDITERRANEAN ZUCCHINI PASTA SALAD

7. Mediterranean Zucchini Pasta Salad

 TWO-INGREDIENT PANCAKES WITH CINNAMON SPIRALIZED APPLES

8. Two-Ingredient Pancakes with Cinnamon Spiralized Apples

CHICKEN SAUSAGE AND BROCCOLI ZUCCHINI PASTA WITH PARMESAN

9. Chicken Sausage and Broccoli Zucchini Pasta with Parmesan

 ONE POT VEGAN FAJITAS WITH SPIRALIZED SWEET POTATO RICE

10. One Pot Vegan Fajitas with Spiralized Sweet Potato Rice

Inspiralized Meal plans

I challenge you to eat Inspiralized for a week and see how you feel! To launch the year, I’ve created weekly meal plans (Vegan and Gluten-Free) that will take the guesswork out of lunch and dinner for the week. I encourage you to follow along with me – these are the types of weekly meal plans I made for myself when I was trying to lose weight – they’re full of vegetables, lean proteins, and you’ll feel like you’re eating something completely different every day.

Join me and thousands of others over on the Inspiralized Facebook Community and motivate one another to keep on track of the meal plan – share images of your food, ask questions, troubleshoot recipes, and get excited about eating #inspiralized! Meaghan and I moderate this community, so you’ll see us check in everyday!

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Spiralizer Meal Plans

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6 comments

Kat says:
I have tried all but two of these recipes, Ali, and just loved them. So DELISH and so healthy and fun to prepare also! You are fantastic girl!
Hillary says:
I just made the vegan fajitas for my friend yesterday! Old friend from elementary school and I suggested we cook lunch. I was so excited to share the spiralized veggies and she (AND HER BOYFRIEND) loved them! Now she wants to get an Inspiralizer :)... bc I said it was the best of the spiralizer products, by a landslide! (I'm at home and using my mom's hand-me-down (from me) Paderno.. it's just... not the same!!!). Have you made SkinnyTaste's butternut lasagna? out of this world! I've tried you winter kale version too.. and the brussells sprouts lasagna is on my list!
M Sue Baldwin ODea says:
I noticed that the noodles can be a bit mushy thereby making my tomato sauce a bit thinner. I am wondering if I need to let the noodles dry out for several hours so that I don't get so much water in my sauce.
M Sue Baldwin ODea says:
I noticed that the noodles can be a bit mushy thereby making my tomato sauce a bit thinner. I am wondering if I need to let the noodles dry out for several hours so that I don't get so much water in my sauce. This is my first post.
Laura Smith says:
Dear Ali, I bought my Inspiralizer from you 1.5 years ago. I love it. But it is giving me a little trouble now. The blade setting starts to spin (change from D back to A) as I am spiralizing. Do you have any helpful hacks to adjust this? Thanks and keep up the great work!! Your fan, Laura Smith Florence, Oregon

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