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Add a Zoodle Maker to Your Kitchen to Whip Up Healthier Noodles

Make your favorite pasta dishes a little healthier with a zoodle maker.

By Lauren Tippetts

Healthier eating is something many women strive for. It might feel like you have to give up of your favorite meals, but you absolutely don’t! Just make some super food swaps and keep them on the menu. Suzy Robertson showed us how to make a sun-dried tomato chicken, and traded out regular noodles for zoodles. At first, they might sound like a pain to make. But… one tool will make you a whole bowl full of zoodles in just a few minutes.



Veggie Spiralizer, $27.99

“These are really inexpensive to buy, and, they’re really easy to use.” Suzy said as she spiralized a whole zucchini.

Guest host Amy Iverson picked up on something… “you use the rinds and everything?” she asked.

Suzy says yes! “We want the skin, it’s got lots of good vitamins and minerals and extra fiber.”

Once your zucchini is nice and spiralized, you have several options for preparing the zoodles. According to Suzy, they are a quick cook!

“You can saute them in a pan or throw them in a microwave cooker for just one minute… literally that’s it,” she instructed. If you don’t even have the time (or patience) for cooking, Suzy says you can even eat them raw.

Amy brought up a point we’re sure many moms have thought up too, “I’m just thinking of my child… is he going to be like ‘you tried to trick me with these!'”

Suzy has a simple solution.

“So that’s what’s great… you can have the zoodles, but then cook up a little pasta for him,” she advised.

If you’re working on healthy goals, or just want to add some more vegetables into your diet, a zoodle maker will help you prep them easily and quickly. Get creative and use it for other veggies too!

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