Looking for an affordable and simple vegetable spiralizer? Check out this one I found by Veggetti – it’s inexpensive and works great
Hello! Popping in today to for a quick off-the-cuff review of something cool I found today! FYI: This post is not sponsored or anything. I found and purchased this item myself at our local Walmart and wanted to write a brief review about it 🙂
For a while now I have been coveting a vegetable spiralizer but never felt like spending more than $20 for one since some of the ones I have seen really didn’t look like they were worth more than that. It looked like a great way to add in extra vegetables to our diet, plus now that I’m eating fewer grains, I haven’t had pasta in months.
I was at my local Walmart this morning and found some of these simple spiralizers by Veggetti. I have seen some like these before but wasn’t sure how they would hold up or how well they would work for different vegetables (soft and hard) so I bought one for $15 and decided to give it a go.
I am skeptical of the “as seen on TV” type gadgets, but I was curious – I had to try! On a side note, I suspect that’s how they get most people to buy those types of gadgets: curiosity mostly 😉
Turns out, it works great! I made noodles with zucchini (zoodles), cucumbers (coodles??), and even pepino melon (hmm, moodles perhaps?). I didn’t have carrots to try but I used sweet potatoes instead and it worked perfectly (I guess those would be called swoodles haha). It’s even more fun making up names for these noodles than making and eating them 😉
Down the road I want to try some more fruits, like melon or apples, and maybe peaches (those would definitely be poodles!).
Sarah Jane Parker is the founder, recipe creator, and photographer behind The Fit Cookie. She’s a food allergy mom and healthy living blogger based in Wyoming. Sarah is also an ACSM Certified Personal Trainer, ACE Certified Health Coach, Revolution Running certified running coach, and an ACE Certified Fitness Nutrition Specialist