Spanish Frittata

Spiralized Frittata

Are you stuck in a “zoodle” rut? Let us help…. Grab out your spiralizers and whip up this flavor-packed Spanish Frittata for a delicious breakfast or dinner. Watch the video below for a step-by-step walkthrough! Find out more about our NEW Spiralizer featured in this video: Paderno World Cuisine Folding Tri-Blade Spiralizer Spanish Frittata   […]

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Spiralized Antipasto Salad

Spiralized Antipasto Salad

So I’m kind of hooked on transforming all of my favorite recipes into new spiralized meals! I’ve given spiralized makeovers to numerous breakfasts, lunches, dinners and even desserts. The other day I was just about to make my traditional antipasto salad….tri-color rotini, herbs, pepperoni, tomatoes….YUM! I was planning on skipping it when serving it to others, […]

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Szechuan Beet Noodle Bowl

Szechuan Beet Noodle Bowl

I’m super excited to share this recipe with you for a couple of reasons…. It’s ah-mazingly delicious and showcases how tasty grain-free substitutions can be! It introduces our first “Product of the Week” of 2015. We’re happy to share that we’ll be introducing a new “Product of the Week” and special promotion each and every […]

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Raw Zucchini Pesto Salad

Raw Zucchini Pesto Salad

With Thanksgiving over and the last of the leftovers gone…I’m finding myself craving much lighter meals and fresh veggies! Today I’m going to show you one of my favorite raw recipes that’s delicious and fast, thanks to our 4-blade Spiralizer. I will be featuring numerous spiralized recipes in the months to come, so if you […]

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Roasted Butternut Puttanesca

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One of the many things I love about our Spiralizer is that you can make healthy and delicious meals. ~Another thing I love, is that these spiralized meals DON’T have to TASTE healthy~ There’s no reason why we can’t have the best of both worlds right? This recipe combines all of the classic puttanesca flavors […]

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