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10 Deliciously Healthy Meals You Can Make With A Spiraliser

by Emmy Griffiths ,
10 Deliciously Healthy Meals You Can Make With A Spiraliser

It's January and if you've jumped on the healthy-eating bandwagon, chances are you've whipped out that spiraliser already. For those who don't know, spiralisers are an amazing kitchen appliance that turns fruit and veg into spirals, and you can use many of them as a noodle substitute! Here are our favourite delicious recipes that'll get you adoring vegetables in NO time...

  1. · Apple Arugula Salad with Goat Cheese
  2. · Healthy Stir-Fried Singapore Noodles
  3. · Apple Crisp
  4. · Shrimp Scampi with Spaghetti Squash
  5. · Kung Pao Chicken Zoodles
  6. · Parsnaffles
  7. · Courgette with rosemary butternut creme sauce
  8. · Sweet potato noodle bun
  9. · Lemon, tomato and feta coodles
  10. · Crispy baked curly fries

Apple Arugula Salad with Goat Cheese

If you want to whip up a quick salad for lunch or supper, forget chopping up an apple! Spiralize that fruity little beauty and make it the basis of your oh-so-delicious salad. The spinkle of goats cheese on the noodley apple is DIVINE. Find the recipe here.

Healthy Stir-Fried Singapore Noodles

Using carrots as the noodle base, this chicken and shrimp stir fry is a protein-filled heaven to anyone who really loves their Thai recipes. See how to make it here.

Apple Crisp

"You can't make dessert with spiralisers!" We hear you cry. WELL THINK AGAIN WORLD! This little recipe is perfect for a sweet tooth, consisting of spiralised apple, lemon juice and a whole lot of sugar all baked together for a stunning spiralised pud! Find the recipe here.

Shrimp Scampi with Spaghetti Squash

Using butternut squash, red pepper flakes and a whole lot of shrimp, this meal is both insanely healthy AND has a bit of a kick to it. Who said eating healthy was boring?! Learn how to make this dish here.

Kung Pao Chicken Zoodles

Using the thicker setting on your spiralizer, make thick courgetti noodles to complement this delicious Kung Po chicken. Since the whole meal is under 300 calories, this one has made us pretty darn happy. Get the easy-to-make recipe here.


Getting a little bit fed up a noodles? Guess what. You can BAKE things you have spiralised! On this occasion, you can make amazing waffles out of parsnip and have them for any meal of the day instead of the real deal. Just top off with a cheeky bit of guac (or even maple syrup if you're feeling the breakfast vibe) and enjoy! Get the recipe here.

Courgette with rosemary butternut creme sauce

Ah, trusty, delicious courgetti. We'll never get enough of you. Especially when you partner up with mushroom, garlic and coconut oil. We're trying NOT to drool right now. Try out this delicious recipe here.

Sweet potato noodle bun

Fans of burgers, kale and eating like Kings, this one is for you. This burger isn't only crazy healthy, it's sweet potato buns will make you forget that you're even eating vegetables. Excellent. Find the recipe here.

Lemon, tomato and feta coodles

If you prefer salad type dishes, this one is for you. Simple to take and tasty to boot, we can't wait to try this out. Check out the recipe here.

Crispy baked curly fries

Hey, everyone needs a chippy treat every now and then. Turn your potatoes into noodles then bake them for spectacularly long, delicious curly fries for a snack or as part of your dinner. Check out how to make them here.

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