Top 20 Spiralizer Recipes of 2017

Top 20 Spiralizer Recipes of 2017

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Monica says:
Gah I forgot how amazing the Buffalo Chicken bowls were! Adding that to my menu this week.
Ali Maffucci says:
Love that you were inspired by this post!
Deirdre says:
When you get time, will you do a video making the mini potatoe gratins. Thank yo
Meaghan says:
Thanks for the suggestion!
Debra says:
Thanks for the review. Ate many Spiralized recipes in 2017. Thankful for you and your recipes. Looking forward to your new cookbook Ali in 2018. Hugs.
Jennifer says:
I would love it if you could make a few Keto inspired or low carb inspired dishes! I love the sound of the potato dishes, but I can't eat potato. Maybe we'll see more of that in 2018? In the meantime, I still enjoy seeing your recipes and I will modify them as need. :)
Meaghan says:
Thank you so much for your feedback! We appreciate it!
Love reading and cooking all of your recipes , I have many favourites and always get compliments ,,, Love all that you do ,, ! enjoy youre little one :) they grow up so fast . Happy new year !! Dont rush the process ,stay with us ,, you are amazing just as you are ... 3 books already !! . Still enjoying the first one .. with love Angie Scorah
Kathy says:
I am so inspired by your simple recipes. I am encouraging all of my family and friends to follow you and your recipes and to turn a new lease on life with the exciting vegetable recipes you present. Wake up America. This is where we need to be! ... Inspiralized!
Meaghan says:
Kathy! You're amazing! Thank you for spreading the word!
Sue Ryze says:
Buffalo Chicken bowls are to die for!
Carly Glazer says:
So happy you like that one!

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my 2020 holiday gift guide is finally live on the blog! 🎁 you’ll find my picks For Her (like this cute velvet puffer!), For Him, For Toddlers, and Under $50. but let me leave this disclaimer here: it’s the thought that counts. gift giving is supposed to spread joy - don’t get caught up searching the internet for hours for the “perfect gift.” the perfect gift is simply something thoughtful 💓 and frankly, our good health is the best gift we could all ask for this year 🖤 but if you need some more inspiration, check out my stories for swipe ups or go straight to! 😘 #holidaygiftideas #holidaygiftguide ...

a festive seasonal snack or dessert idea for you and your little ones 🍎 - these french toast apple slices were inspired by my grandmother and this apple butter, cinnamon, maple syrup toast situation she used to make with her famous applesauce. you can grab this recipe from #inspiralizedandbeyond! ⁣

tell me how everyone's doing on their thanksgiving prep - ready? haven't even started yet? I haven't bought a single thing yet! 😇😱🤡

the holidays are going to be very tough and emotional for many of us this year. we're not going to spend it with the loved ones we typically do to keep one another safe and even worse, some of us will miss family we've lost to the COVID virus. 💔⁣

something that always cheers me up is food. I've come to realize that one of the reasons it has this therapeutic effect on me is because it's a safe space for me to block out everything else and just enjoy the art of cooking. 🥄⁣

and I realize that this will not be helpful to everyone ("oh, ali, I can't just cook it all way!"), but if it does, try to get in the kitchen and cook (or bake!) something that brings you happiness. and if it does not and you're sad right now, that's okay too. it's okay to not feel okay. 🙏🏼 I wish I could help more, but in the meantime, my love, strength, and heart goes out to you. I'm thinking of you.⁣

but, IF food and cooking is cathartic for you too, I encourage you to make something new this year for Thanksgiving (or over whatever holiday you celebrate.) sometimes following steps in a new recipe keeps your brain focused on the task and you're able to let everything else wash away. at least that's how it is for me! I'm flipping through my cookbooks and sharing some of my favorite holiday-friendly recipes over on stories, like this one from #InspiralizedandBeyond! 📚⁣


makes 8-10 crostini⁣

1 large golden beet (about 6 ounces), peeled and sliced into 1/8" thick rounds⁣
1/4 cup ricotta cheese⁣
5 fresh figs, diced⁣
honey, for drizzling⁣

arrange the beet slices on a serving platter and spread about 1 teaspoon of the ricotta on each. top evenly with the chopped figs and drizzle very lightly with honey. serve.

📸: @evansungnyc