The spiralizer was probably the trendiest new kitchen tool of 2015. Don’t own one yet? With so many delicious recipes popping up, you should probably consider the investment. A few cranks of this nifty machine can turn veggies into pasta making all of your gluten-free, paleo dreams come true. If you aren't into a specific diet, there's something for you, too. For all you carb lovers out there, a spiralizer can also be used to make onion rings, potato chips, shoestring fries and more!
Follow this recipe and start cranking out this classic breakfast side at home. The ingredients are simple. All you need is a potato, salt and oil to create crispy potato deliciousness.
Zoodles, a.k.a. zucchini noodles , are probably the most popular spiralized creation. In this recipe, food blogger Sarah replaces ramen, adding just the right amount of crunch for a delicious soup.
Say "bye-bye" to boring lettuce! Spiralized cucumber takes this salad way beyond basic. Tomato, red onion and bell pepper add additional pops of color.
Try butternut squash noodles next time you have a hankering for some pasta. This recipe calls for mascarpone cheese and bacon -- you won’t even miss the carbs.
Let’s face it, fries are addictive and shoestring takes it to another level. Try this recipe out and bake your own batch at home next time you have a craving -- homemade is usually a healthier option that takeout.
Spiralizers aren’t just for noodles. You can switch out the blade and make chips, too. This recipe pairs apples chips with peanut butter granola for a healthier take on dessert.