Ever tried zoodles? They’re amazing. If you aren’t familiar with them, they’re spiralized zucchinis and are a light and healthy alternative to pasta (they’re also shaped like noodles. Get it?). At Spud, we’re all about saving time. So unless you have a spiralizer, zoodles can be pretty time-consuming and annoying to make. That’s why we’ve done the job for you! Our organic zoodles are house-made, sustainably packaged, and ready to get in your bellies.

Unsure of what to do with zoodles? Basically, use them instead of pasta. While you can use them in almost any pasta recipe, here’s our easiest, tastiest pre-cut zoodle recipes that’ll win your heart.

2 Easy Zoodle Recipes

Avocado Pesto Zoodles

This is under 15 minutes, no joke. Plus it’s gluten-free and vegan too! A tasty dish suitable for all diets.

You’ll need:

2 servings pre-cut organic zoodles

1/4 cup pesto

1 avocado (sliced)

1/2 cup Kalamata olives

1/8 cup sundried tomatoes (roughly chopped)

¼ cup fresh basil

1 tbsp coconut oil

Sea salt to taste

To make:

1)      Lightly cook zoodles in a pan with coconut oil for 2-5 minutes.

2)      Remove zoodles from heat. Add pesto, sundried tomatoes, olives and salt and mix well.

3)      Place on a plate and top with sliced avocado and basil.

4)      …That’s it. Enjoy!


Garlic Parmesan Zoodles

Another easy dish. To jazz it up, add other veggies (sauteed mushrooms would go well) or protein (chicken or vegan sausage). Perfection.

You’ll need:

2 servings pre-cut organic zoodles

1 tbsp olive oil

2-3 cloves garlic, minced

⅓ cup grated parmesan cheese

Salt and pepper to taste

To make:

  1. Heat pan on medium heat. Lightly heat up olive oil, then add garlic to the pan and cook for about 1-2 minutes.
  2. Add zoodles, parmesan and salt and pepper. Cook for 1-2 minutes.
  3. Remove and serve immediately.

We hope you enjoy these time-saving recipes! Now you can kick your feet up and relax: you’ve just served yourself a healthy meal in minutes. Enjoy!

Outside of her role as a Social Media and Content Coordinator, Carli enjoys exploring the local trails, testing various health food trends, spending time with loved ones, and fawning over any dog she lays eyes on.

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