I am so excited that the rest of the world finally discovered veggie noodles! I’ve been making my own for about 4 years, and was I ever pleasantly surprised to see 1) veggie noodles show up in my grocery store 2) all of my favorite food bloggers have started creating veggie noodle recipes. If you are new to the world of veggie noodles or you, like me, have been eating them for awhile, you probably know how amazing they taste, while offering you a gluten free and low carb option to replace those starchy noodles. Pasta is good, but it simply does not work for some of us, namely those of use who don’t want all the carbs and calories or the gluten. Veggie noodles let you quit worrying about having any of those, plus pack your foods with the flavor and vitamins of fresh vegetables. Will I ever go back? I don’t think so.
Until last year, though, I only knew how to make about 5 things with my veggie noodles. I must admit that the menu was getting quite dull. Voila, in my Pinterest feed suddenly appear…choices. So I’ve spent a good amount of time testing and trying out all the veggie noodle recipes that met my fancy. Not all were amazing, I gotta say. However, I came up with 35 winners, recipes you are absolutely going to want to try. Whether you are cooking with zucchini noodles, carrot noodles, parsnip noodles, sweet potato noodles, or my new favorite, butternut squash noodles, we have great recipes for you here. Healthy versions of lots of homecooked favorites, you can’t go wrong with these mouthwatering recipe ideas. Check out the easy to follow tutorials for keto friendly, gluten free cooking at its best.
Not only absolutely delicious, but this Zucchini Shrimp Scampi is also easy and quick to prepare. If you have leftover shrimp and zucchini in your garden, this dish will be ready in 15 minutes. Also, if you just started on the keto diet train, this dish would really make the transition so much easier.
I love cucumbers, I practically eat them every day. And this summer salad recipe gives the perfect twist to this favorite of mine. It looks extremely delicious. I really need to invest on a spiralizer though. But I can’t wait to make them even if I have to julienne the veggies.
In the past I rarely, if ever, cooked broccoli rabe. I just found them too bitter. Until I found a new way to cook them. Thanks to Skinny Taste and this great recipe, broccoli rabe is now a household favorite. It is surprisingly tasty even my 3-year old loves it.
Looking for a perfect summer salad? Cucumber and watermelon go so well together so you better try this recipe. It’s cool, refreshing and the colors are just so lovely. It will make you love salad even more. I am officially making this a summer staple in our house.
I am so excited to try this dish. It looks so delicious and I just love the addition of dill in this recipe. I think it’s a great herb and would definitely add a lot of flavor to any dish. I would say this can kickstart a clean eating journey that I have been putting off for some time now.
Discover the wonders of your new spiralizer by making this Spiralized Sweet Potato Enchilada Skillet. And if you are a sweet potato, crazy person, then this recipe is perfect for you. The best part is it’s so easy and quick to make, it will be ready to serve in under 30 minutes. It sounds perfect for a weeknight dinner.
Craving for a tasty Asian dish lately? I can’t blame you since these dishes pack a lot of flavors but a lot of carbs too. Fortunately, I stumbled upon this recipe from Healthy Little Foodies. Without the added carbs and gluten, you can binge on this Asian dish that is super nutritious.
If you are looking for a one-pan vegetarian meal that is bursting with flavor, I highly recommend this recipe from Running to the Kitchen. This Garlicky Butternut Squash Noodles With Spinach and Ricotta looks absolutely delicious you’ll want to double the recipe up. I might just add this to my meal plans this week.
We all need comfort food whenever we are feeling down and I think I just found mine. The Spicy Tenderstem & Peanut Noodle Stir Fry instantly cheered me up when I tried this recipe the other day. The warmth and spice on this dish would really lift your mood. Simple, healthy and satisfying, what’s not to love?
I just love Thai food and whenever I think Thai food, Pad Thai is my go-to meal. The texture and the flavor are just so great and to chance upon the low-carb version has got me so excited. This Zucchini Pad Thai has a fantastic flavor and tastes oh-so-heavenly that I will definitely make again and again.