Top 3 Zoodle Recipes You Have to Try Now

Zoodles, or zucchini noodles, are easy to whip up with the help of Veggie Bullet. With a muted flavor, zoodles take on the flavor of any delicious sauce and ingredients you add to your dish. It’s a healthy alternative for everyone who would like to increase vegetables intake in their diet or those who’d like to replace their starchy pasta and noodles with a low-carb and low-calorie veggie noodle. You may have seen some contraptions that make creating zoodles easy however after one zucchini, your arms are tired and wished more zoodles came out of your spiralizer.

How To Make Zucchini Noodles Using Veggie Bullet:

  1. Place zucchini lengthwise through the Veggie Bullet chute.
  2. Turn on the Veggie Bullet.
  3. Repeat until desired zoodle amount is attained.

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3 Quick Zoodle Recipes Using Veggie Bullet

1. Pesto Zucchini Noodles with Sauteed Shrimp

A zoodle dish with Italian flair! The zucchini noodles are the perfect vehicle to hold the simple but flavorful pesto sauce. Perfect with shrimp or other lean protein like chicken breast, this zoodle has all the flavors of a traditional pesto dish but it is packed full of nutrients!

2. Spiralized Lo-Mein

Chinese take-out is often loaded with salt and fats, so this alternative is not only quick to whip up but also a healthy meal that is delicious to eat immediately or the next day! Traditional lo-mein uses egg noodles and for every cup of noodles, it has 221 calories and 40 grams of carbohydrates. Zoodles, alternatively, only have 19 calories and 3.5 grams of carbohydrates for every cup. It’s a nutrient-dense noodle alternative that works for every diet!

3. Zucchini Bolognese

Bolognese is a hearty Italian dish that brings warmth and comfort with a minced meat sauce cooked with onions, celery, carrots, and tomatos. By replacing the spaghetti noodles with zoodles, you can enjoy the flavorful meat sauce without worry about starchy noodles.

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