Deliciously light and easy ways to spiralize your veggies!
Do you own the magical kitchen gadget that is the spiralizer? It turns sweet parsnips and zucchini into noodles, sweet potatoes into curly fries, and many other veggies into ribbons of varying thickness.
If you’ve been missing noodles in your life, here are 37 spiralizer recipes for your Paleo kitchen.
From DIY instant ramen mason jars to classic spaghetti dishes with sweet potato noodles, you’ll never want for variety when using your spiralizer.
Zucchini Noodle Chow Mein
Spiralized zucchini gets tossed in a sweet and tangy sauce with veggies like carrots, celery and cabbage for a light, healthy meal.
Recipe: PaleoHacks | Zucchini Noodle Chow Mein
Sesame-Ginger Garlic Chicken and Broccoli Carrot Noodle Stir-Fry
Carrots are a sturdy vegetable that make for a delicious stir-fry noodle in this sesame-ginger flavored recipe.
Recipe: The Paleo Mom | Sesame-Ginger Garlic Chicken and Broccoli Carrot Noodle Stir-Fry
Easy Bacon Shrimp Zucchini Noodle Scampi
Up the ante on basic shrimp scampi with the addition of zoodles and, of course, bacon.
Recipe: Inspiralized | Easy Bacon Shrimp Zucchini Noodle Scampi
The Best Crock Pot Chicken Noodle Soup
Warm your body and soul with this crock pot-based chicken noodle soup, made with spiralized zucchini noodles.
Recipe: PaleoHacks | The Best Crock Pot Chicken Noodle Soup
Spiralized Apple and Cabbage Slaw
A bright and refreshing apple and cabbage slaw, dressed in golden balsamic vinegar and olive oil for a simple lunch.
Recipe: SkinnyTaste | Spiralized Apple and Cabbage Slaw
Clear Onion Soup with Carrot Noodles
A super simple clear broth soup, filled with sturdy carrot noodles and the warm flavors of garlic and onion.
Recipe: Inspiralized | Clear Onion Soup with Carrot Noodles
Zucchini Noodles Drizzled in Tahini Bacon Sauce
For a healthy meal that tastes indulgent, give these tahini bacon zoodles a try. Bonus: They can be served warm or cold!
Recipe: PaleoHacks | Zucchini Noodles Drizzled in Tahini Bacon Sauce
Tuna Green Chile Zoodle Casserole
Kid- and adult-approved, this tuna zoodle casserole will please palates of all ages.
Recipe: Cotter Crunch | Tuna Green Chile Zoodle Casserole
Zoodles with Spicy Almond Butter Sauce
Who doesn’t love a creamy, nutty noodle dish? These zucchini noodles are so good, you won’t miss actual pasta.
Recipe: The Lean Green Bean | Zoodles with Spicy Almond Butter Sauce
Spicy Sesame Almond Zucchini Noodles
A chilled, nutty zoodle meal that will comfort you on a warm day.
Recipe: PaleoHacks | Spicy Sesame Almond Zucchini Noodles
Kale Pesto Zoodles
A fresh, homemade pesto smothers equally fresh shrimp and meaty mushrooms in this hearty meal.
Recipe: The Almond Eater | Kale Pesto Zoodles
Greek Pasta Salad
Take a vicarious trip to the Mediterranean with this healthful, zoodle-based Greek salad, drizzled in a lemon basil dressing.
Recipe: PaleoHacks | Greek Pasta Salad
Crispy “Swoodles” with Bacon
Don’t be confused by the name: swoodles are a cutesy way of referring to sweet potato noodles.
Recipe: Nom Nom Paleo | Crispy “Swoodles” with Bacon
Spiralized Beet Noodle Salad with Orange Vinaigrette
A simple salad that requires you to spiralize your beets, mix up your dressing, and serve.
Recipe: The Foodie Teen | Spiralized Beet Noodle Salad with Orange Vinaigrette
Pasta Carbonara Recipe with Light Zucchini Noodles
For this lighter take on an Italian classic, a silky carbonara sauce made of coconut cream gets drizzled over zoodles.
Recipe: PaleoHacks | Pasta Carbonara Recipe with Light Zucchini Noodles
Beef and Broccoli Sweet Potato Noodles
Sweet potatoes are another sturdy vegetable that holds up well to the spiralizer and stir-frying.
Recipe: Hold the Grain | Beef and Broccoli Sweet Potato Noodles
Beet Noodle Arugula Salad
Bright, juicy and sweet beet noodles steal the show in this colorful arugula salad.
Recipe: PaleoHacks | Beet Noodle Arugula Salad
Hot Beet Noodle Salad
Warm beet noodles are tossed with every vegetable “but the kitchen sink” in this super healthy meal.
Recipe: Paleo in Comparison | Hot Beet Noodle Salad
Sweet Potato Noodles with Creamy Poblano Sauce
Vibrant sweet potato noodles make the perfect vessel for this spicy poblano sauce.
Recipe: PaleoHacks | Sweet Potato Noodles with Creamy Poblano Sauce
Coconut Curry with Sweet Potato Noodles
A healthified take on a takeout option, sweet potato noodles get coated in a coconut curry sauce and then topped with the world’s easiest mango chutney.
Recipe: Food Faith Fitness | Coconut Curry with Sweet Potato Noodles
Creamy Chicken Alfredo
Spiralized summer squash take over for fettucine in this Paleo take on an indulgent classic.
Recipe: PaleoHacks | Creamy Chicken Alfredo
Raw Balsamic Tahini Beet Noodles
Tahini makes this raw salad creamy, while spiralized beet noodles provide crunch.
Recipe: Strength and Sunshine | Raw Balsamic Tahini Beet Noodles
Lemon Cucumber Noodles with Cumin
With only four ingredients, this cucumber salad is light, refreshing and ultra-easy to make.
Recipe: Civilized Caveman Cooking | Lemon Cucumber Noodles with Cumin
Sweet and Spicy Cucumber Noodles
A sweet and spicy vinaigrette coats these simple cucumber noodles—a great way to get picky eaters to eat their vegetables!
Recipe: SheKnows | Sweet and Spicy Cucumber Noodles
A seafood-filled Paleo take on pasta primavera, with zoodles as the base.
Recipe: Phoenix Helix | Salmon Primavera
Crab and Meyer Lemon Pasta
Juicy crab and lemon make a beautiful pairing; add spiralized parsnip noodles to the mix, and you’ve got a meal.
Recipe: Adventures in Partaking | Crab and Meyer Lemon Pasta
Mason Jar Instant Ramen Zoodles
Now you can enjoy the flavors and convenience of an instant ramen cup and skip the guilt with this ingenious recipe.
Recipe: Strictly Delicious | Mason Jar Instant Ramen Zoodles
Cheesy Chicken Pasta
With a butternut squash-based “cheese” sauce, this bacon, chicken and zucchini noodle dish sounds like a healthful bowl of comfort.
Recipe: Sweet Potatoes and Social Change | Cheesy Chicken Pasta
Pork Belly Ramen
From a slow-simmered pork broth to fatty and delicious chunks of pork belly to zucchini noodles in place of traditional ramen, this meal is a labor of love.
Recipe: Salixisme | Pork Belly Ramen
Roasted Veggies, Bacon and Pan-Fried Figs
The spiralizer on its lowest setting works wonders when you need extremely thinly sliced vegetables and aren’t quite so handy with a knife.
Recipe: Enjoying This Journey | Roasted Veggies, Bacon and Pan-Fried Figs
Ginger Lime Noodle Bowl
Spiralized parsnips work wonders as the noodles in this Asian-inspired dish.
Recipe: Adventures in Partaking | Ginger Lime Noodle Bowl
Citrus Bison Meatballs with Crispy Sweet Potato Noodles
White sweet potatoes get warm and crispy for their symphony with citrusy, bison-based meatballs.
Recipe: Autoimmune Wellness | Citrus Bison Meatballs with Crispy Sweet Potato Noodles
Curry Skillet Veggie Noodles
Spiralized zucchini and white sweet potato mingle in a curry sauce, sweetened with raisins.
Recipe: Enjoying This Journey | Curry Skillet Veggie Noodles
Summertime Pasta(less) Salad
Try this simple pasta-free pasta salad, which uses seasonal bottleneck squash for its noodle base.
Recipe: He Won’t Know It’s Paleo | Summertime Pasta(less) Salad
Italian Sweet Potato Spaghetti Bowls
The Italian classic spaghetti tastes just as good when it’s replaced by sweet potato noodles. We promise.
Recipe: Cotter Crunch | Italian Sweet Potato Spaghetti Bowls
Spiralized Sweet Potato Fries
Crispy, crunchy fries with a hint of nutmeg—like the healthy version of your favorite curly fries.
Recipe: Tasteful Venture | Spiralized Sweet Potato Fries
Sausage and Kale over Butternut Noodles
Yes, even creamy butternut squash can be converted into noodles with your trusty spiralizer.
Recipe: A Whole New Twist | Sausage and Kale over Butternut Noodles
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