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150 easy ways to turn vegetables and fruits into creative and healthy meals! Vegetable spiralizers are the latest must-have kitchen gadget, and with good reason. They're affordable, easy to use, and make healthy eating fun and quick. Whether you're following a Paleo, gluten-free, raw, or low-carb diet, you'll find unique ideas for satisfying, fiber-rich meals that are buil 150 easy ways to turn vegetables and fruits into creative and healthy meals! Vegetable spiralizers are the latest must-have kitchen gadget, and with good reason. They're affordable, easy to use, and make healthy eating fun and quick. Whether you're following a Paleo, gluten-free, raw, or low-carb diet, you'll find unique ideas for satisfying, fiber-rich meals that are built around healthy vegetables and fruits, including: Quick and Easy Jalapeño Hash Browns Sweet and Salty Apple Chips Slow-Cooker Buffalo Chicken Lettuce Cups with Spiralized Carrots Zucchini Pad Thai Cajun-Spiced Jicama Shoestring Fries Spiralized Fruit Salad with Coconut Whipped Cream You can use any type of spiral cutter, or even a simple vegetable peeler, to transform vegetables and fruits into noodles, shoestrings, or corkscrew shapes in minutes. Featuring an introduction to spiralizing techniques; lists of the best vegetables and fruits to use; and imaginative, low-carb recipes, The Spiralizer Recipe Book will give you 150 reasons to use your spiralizer every day!


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150 easy ways to turn vegetables and fruits into creative and healthy meals! Vegetable spiralizers are the latest must-have kitchen gadget, and with good reason. They're affordable, easy to use, and make healthy eating fun and quick. Whether you're following a Paleo, gluten-free, raw, or low-carb diet, you'll find unique ideas for satisfying, fiber-rich meals that are buil 150 easy ways to turn vegetables and fruits into creative and healthy meals! Vegetable spiralizers are the latest must-have kitchen gadget, and with good reason. They're affordable, easy to use, and make healthy eating fun and quick. Whether you're following a Paleo, gluten-free, raw, or low-carb diet, you'll find unique ideas for satisfying, fiber-rich meals that are built around healthy vegetables and fruits, including: Quick and Easy Jalapeño Hash Browns Sweet and Salty Apple Chips Slow-Cooker Buffalo Chicken Lettuce Cups with Spiralized Carrots Zucchini Pad Thai Cajun-Spiced Jicama Shoestring Fries Spiralized Fruit Salad with Coconut Whipped Cream You can use any type of spiral cutter, or even a simple vegetable peeler, to transform vegetables and fruits into noodles, shoestrings, or corkscrew shapes in minutes. Featuring an introduction to spiralizing techniques; lists of the best vegetables and fruits to use; and imaginative, low-carb recipes, The Spiralizer Recipe Book will give you 150 reasons to use your spiralizer every day!

42 review for The Spiralizer Recipe Book: From Apple Coleslaw to Zucchini Pad Thai, 150 Healthy and Delicious Recipes

  1. 4 out of 5

    L.

    I read this book for a reading challenge that required a book from the 641s. My husband got me a spiralizer for Christmas so this was perfect. I thought the book was great- lots of pictures and the recipes weren’t inaccessible like another spiralizer cookbook I picked up. Very straightforward!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Laurla2

    -not much detail about the actual spiralizers. -unfortunately, only sporadic pictures. i dont like that in cookbooks. i want a picture for EVERY recipe. i found 31 interesting recipes out of 150- golden beet egg bites brussels sprouts and potato hash with eggs roasted carrot quinoa salad with baby kale and white beans beet salad with lentils and goat cheese creamy spiralized broccoli israeli couscous salad chopped pear and gorgonzola salad with kale and walnuts belgian endive salad with apple and goat c -not much detail about the actual spiralizers. -unfortunately, only sporadic pictures. i dont like that in cookbooks. i want a picture for EVERY recipe. i found 31 interesting recipes out of 150- golden beet egg bites brussels sprouts and potato hash with eggs roasted carrot quinoa salad with baby kale and white beans beet salad with lentils and goat cheese creamy spiralized broccoli israeli couscous salad chopped pear and gorgonzola salad with kale and walnuts belgian endive salad with apple and goat cheese lentils chinese chicken salad with cabbage, carrots, and edamame summery lemon dill zucchini salad zucchini wrapped dates pear and ricotta crostini with walnuts and honey down south parsnip noodles with bacon and collard greens kale chimichurri steak with roasted cauliflower and potato noodles white sweet potato noodles with proscuitto, brussels sprouts and dates beef and broccoli noodle stir fry pan seared pork chops with apples and onions over garlic greens golden beet sausage pasta balsamic beef with figs and carrots creamy sun dried tomato zucchini with chicken and lentils lemon goat cheese turnip noodles with broccoli and chicken rainbow carrot noodles with ahi poke tilapia with potato noodles and lemon chili pesto garlic parsley curly fries apple coleslaw spinach and artichoke potato bake green bean and potato casserole celeriac and potato gratin lentil cauliflower and radish bowl berry smoothie bowl with pear apple granola bars strawberry and apple chia seed pudding

  3. 5 out of 5

    Justin

    This felt like it was cashing in on spiralizer interest. Many of the recipes feel forced. For example, they use a spiralizer when another tool like a food processor would be better. There also is a lot less innovation in this book than similar books.

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