Spiralizers are a trendy appliance among healthy eaters these days because they can help you trick yourself into thinking you’re eating carb-laden pasta, thereby sneaking even more veggies into your diet. Try these paleo spiralizer recipes to find a new favorite!
1. Power Lunch Asian Crab and Avocado Cucumber Salad
Made with refreshing spiralized cucumber, wild caught crab meat, cilantro, red pepper flakes, garlic, lime, avocado, and plum, this rice vinegar-splashed salad is simple and delicious, and perfect for packing and taking to lunch for a busy day at the office.
2. Butternut Squash Noodles With Pesto and Roasted Tomatoes
I love butternut squash noodles because they have such a pleasantly sweet and nutty flavor, with a texture not too far off from actual noodles. These are served with a spring pesto made with parsley, garlic, and pine nuts along with roasted cherry tomatoes.
3. Simple Sweet Potato Noodle Pad Thai
This recipe is a simple and easy substitute for carry-out pad Thai, paleo style! You’ll need avocado oil, sweet potatoes, garlic, green onions, fish sauce, tamarind paste, lime juice, coconut sugar or maple syrup, chili powder, and toppings like toasted cashews and chopped cilantro.
4. Golden Beet Noodles With Beet Greens and Cilantro Tahini Sauce
I’m a huge fan of one pan dishes, and this “pasta” dish is one of my favorites. It is so healthy! The noodles are golden beets, dressing up with tahini, olive oil, sea salt, garlic, chili pepper, cilantro, and lemon juice. You don’t need any fancy ingredients, either.
5. Paleo Zucchini Noodles With Everything Pesto and Fried Eggs
Zucchini noodles don’t just have to be for lunch or dinner. This recipe works any time of day, including breakfast! You can’t go wrong with a good crispy fried egg. The everything pesto is brilliant with pine nuts, herbs of choice, scallions, garlic, sea salt, and lime or lemon.
6. Best Turkey Burgers Ever
These turkey burgers are packed with spiralized zucchini, fresh mint, fresh cilantro, garlic, cayenne pepper, almond flour, diced green pepper, green onions, and cumin. When they’re cooked, slather them with a yummy sauce made from coconut yogurt (instead of sour cream and Greek yogurt).
7. Zucchini Noodles With Kale Mint Almond Pesto
These easy zucchini noodles are served with blisted cherry tomatoes in olive oil with mint leaves and a yummy mint and kale pesto with shaved almonds, lemon juice, fresh kale and mint (you could change up the greens if you want), and garlic.
8. Low Carb Turkey Soup With Zucchini Noodles
Use your spiralizer to make zucchini noodles for your turkey soup! This recipe has all the best fixings with onion, diced celery, carrots, olive oil, thyme, poultry seasoning, stock or broth (homemade is best), and cooked turkey or even chicken.
9. Chipotle Spiced Sweet Potato Noodles
Chipotle and sweet potatoes? Yes, please! Serve it up with red onion, garlic, jalapeno pepper, chipotle peppers in adobo sauce, chili powder, garnishes, and eggs cooked right into the top. This is another recipe that makes a great breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
10. Pesto Zucchini Pasts With Tomatoes and Avocado
This dish looks fancy, but it’s so simple with just four ingredients (well, if you count the recipe for the walnut pesto as one ingredient). It’s super flavorful and yummy with zucchini, avocado, and cherry tomatoes, and filling enough to keep you going for hours.
11. Sweet Potato Beet Salad With Date Balsamic Dressing
This. Salad. Is. Amazing. You’ll need mixed greens, spiralized sweet potato, beets, pumpkin seeds, balsamic vinegar, extra virgin olive oil, one soaked dates, stoneground mustard, salt, and pepper. The dressing is really simple and adds a lot of flavor.
12. Sweet Potato Noodles With Sriracha Cilantro Cream Sauce
These noodles get a fantastic treatment of cherry tomatoes and spinach along with a sauce made from creamed cashews, cilantro, nutritional yeast, sriracha sauce, rice vinegar, coconut aminos (to replace the soy sauce) and sea salt to taste. Simple and delicious.
13. Ground Beef Over Zoodles
If you’re looking for a heartier meal that will appease those family members who are still pasta crazy, try this one. It has seasoned ground beef made with smoked paprika, garlic, onion powder, and other seasonings over simple zucchini noodles with black pepper and herbs.
14. Slow Cooked Bolognese Sauce With Sweet Potato Spaghetti
This is another hearty recipe for your family. The Bolognese sauce is made with the likes of ghee, rutabaga, onion, porcini mushrooms, garlic, ground pork, ground beef, sherry vinegar, cinnamon, and more. It is SO good served over ghee-cooked sweet potato noodles.
15. Curried Peanut Sweet Potato Noodles
To make this recipe completely paleo, just replace the peanut butter with almond or cashew butter (or tahini, or sunflower seed, etc.) and the tamari with coconut aminos. Serve over cauliflower rice and you’ll love the amazing combination or curry, ginger, coconut, maple syrup, and lime.
16. Mustard Zoodles With Bacon
It’s a paleo rule of thumb that everything is better with bacon. That rule includes zoodles, and these mustard zoodles know what’s up. Leave out the goat cheese if you want and replace the agave nectar with maple syrup for a less-processed ingredient.
17. Spiralizer Sweet Potato Breakfast Hash
This easy breakfast hash will help you make the most of those sweet potatoes with butter, breakfast sausage, spinach, mushrooms, and if you’re feeling it (and I know you totally are) are nice crispy fried egg on top. It’ll keep you full until lunch!
18. Broccoli Stem Noodles With Sesame Ginger Dressing
Do you eat your broccoli stems or toss/compost them? You should try saving them to make these broccoli stem noodles with sesame ginger dressing! You’ll need your broccoli stems, toasted sesame oil, coconut aminos, garlic, grated ginger, salt, pepper, red pepper flakes, and toasted sesame seeds.
19. Cucumber Noodle Salad With Italian Dressing
Spiralize your cucumbers for a lovely salad texture with sliced black olives, chopped avocados, and green onions (I can’t be the only one who cares about texture in salads!). Serve it up with a simple Italian dressing of olive oil, red wine vinegar, Dijon mustard, and herbs.
20. Creamy Pasta All Vodka
Of course, it’s not real pasta. This “pasta” is spiralized zucchini, and it’s served with chicken in a yummy vodka sauce made with grass-fed butter, garlic, shallots, crushed tomatoes, diced tomatoes, coconut milk, prosciutto, onion, red pepper flakes, and fresh basil.
21. Jerk Shrimp With Crispy Plantain Noodles
Everybody loves jerk shrimp. And (I think?) everybody loves plantains. At least I do! So I love these crispy spiralized plantain noodles and jerk shrimp made with coconut oil, yellow onion, red bell pepper, coconut milk, jerk seasoning, avocado, and lime.
22. Healthy Chicken Pho With Zucchini Noodles
If you’re going to try your hand at paleo pho, a spiralizer is a must for those veggie noodles. This one is spirced with ginger, stra anise, cloves, fish sauce, coconut sugar, black pepper, and hot pepper and filled with chicken, bean sprouts, bok choy, and noodles.
23. Paleo Pad Thai With Carrot and Sweet Potato Noodles
This pad Thai recipe uses sweet potatoes and carrots for its noodles, and dresses them up with red bell pepper, eggs, red onion, and sauces made from sunflower seed butter, coconut aminos, raw honey, rice vinegar, and creamy coconut milk.
25. Moroccan-Style Pork With Apple Noodles
Here’s a new one: apple noodles! These apple noodles are the perfect bed for Moroccan-style pork cooked with cumin, cinnamon, paprika, coconut sugar, allspice, and a chutney of apricots, pitted dates, pistachios, and fresh cilantro. The spices are amazing in this recipe.
26. Spiralized Zucchini With Fresh Spaghetti Sauce
This kid-friendly recipe for spaghetti starts you out with olive oiled zucchini noodles (parmesan if you’re not dairy free, ignore it if you are), salt, and pepper. It’s topped with a homemade sauce with stewed tomatoes, onion, olive oil, garlic, and plenty of herbs.
27. Kohlrabi, Prawn, and Sesame Salad With Dulse
This salad is made with a base of kohlrabi noodles, dulse, sesame seeds, garlic, diced ginger, shrimp, cilantro, and scallions. The dressing is my favorite part, with coconut aminos (to replace the tamari), fish sauce, lime juice, raw honey, sesame oil, olive oil, and chili flakes.
28. Crispy Garlic Curly Fries
I love shoestring fries, but I don’t usually get fries anymore when I go out to eat—which is rare, anyway, with it being hard to find healthy food at restaurants. But you can totally treat yourself to homemade shoestring fries made with a spiralized and lots of garlic.
29. Shrimp in Green Sauce Over Zucchini Noodles
Green sauce? Yes! This green sauce is made with garlic, watercress, fresh mint, flat-leaf parsley, tahini, fresh lemon juice, kosher salt, olive oil, and red pepper flakes. It’s served over shrimp with spiralized and blanched zucchini and asparagus. Perfect for spring and summer!
30. Whipped Coconut Cream Plantain Cups With Mango and Avocado
This is the recipe I’ve been most excited to share, because it’s for a sweet-and-savory treat, and it uses my favorite: plantains. You’ll need coconut flakes, vanilla, honey, mango, avocado, lime juice, and coconut milk along with a plantain. These are so yummy!
31. Roasted Red Pepper Arrabbitata With Sweet Potato Pasta
This quick, easy, and delicious pasta dish is made with sweet potato, onion, olive oil, lots of garlic, cayenne pepper (adjust the amount to however hot you want it to be), olives, fresh basil, and your choice of a roasted red pepper sauce. This is a great throw-together meal.
32. Moroccan Zoodles With Tomato-Harissa Sauce
These Moroccan zoodles are made with yellow onion, garlic, minced bell pepper, zucchini zoodles, diced tomatoes, butter (yay!), harissa sauce, coriander, cumin, paprika, sumac, lemon juice and zest, almonds, and if you’ve got it, some paleo lemon curd.
33. Spiralized Sweet Potato Noodles With Salmon
These sweet potato noodles seem basic at first, but the flavors of kale, garlic, and salmon take it to the next level along with earthy mushrooms, spunky bell peppers, onion, olive or coconut oil, and garlic powder. I’d look forward to take this out of my lunch box on a stressful work day!
34. Spiralized Butternut Squash Fritters
To adjust this recipe to make it paleo-friendly, replace the flour with half almond flour and half tapioca or arrowroot starch—they’re just needed to help bind the fritters. These are so incredibly tasty with their crispy edges, served with coconut yogurt.
35. Grain Free Spaghetti With Tomato Basil Cream Sauce
This recipe is easily made paleo by switching out the grass-fed cream for full-fat coconut milk. You’ll also need delicious butter, onions, ground beef, elk, or venison, garlic, tomato paste, sun-dried tomatoes, spiralized yellow squash, and lots of fresh basil leaves.
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