Enter Now! Spiralizer® Tri-Blade Vegetable Spiral Slicer Giveaway!

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I am super excited to announce that Bitoni USA and SOulFresh have teamed up to GIVEAWAY a Spiralizer® Tri-Blade Vegetable Spiral Slicer to one lucky SOulFresh reader!

But wait, there’s more! I’ll be sharing my personal review of the Spiralizer® Tri-Blade Vegetable Spiral Slicer in just a couple of weeks. One way you can enter is by commenting below to share your favorite veggie noodle recipe! I’ll select one recipe to make, using my own Spiralizer® Tri-Blade Vegetable Spiral Slicer and will feature your recipe and blog link in my review!

The Spiralizer® Tri-Blade Vegetable Spiral Slicer is:

  • The Only Spiralizer – Spiral Slicer with a Strongest-and-Heaviest Duty Guarantee
  • The Best for making long vegetable strands for healthy vegetable meals quickly. Perfect for making spiral slices from firm fruits and vegetables like apples, onions, carrots, zucchinis, cucumbers, cabbages, beetroots, turnips, rutabagas, cucumbers, and more. Great even for wide and long fruits and vegs without having to cut them into smaller pieces
  • Made from high quality, 100% BPA-free food grade, durable reinforced ABS plastic with Japanese high carbon stainless steel blades. Designed to be very easy to operate and clean, with strong suction cups for secure operation, a large number of extra long spikes on vegetable holder to hold vegs firmly, and the unit comes apart for easy washing

Four Ways to Enter – check them out below, and Best of Luck!

Spiralizer® Tri-Blade Vegetable Spiral Slicer Giveaway!


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Comments

  1. Carolsue says

    Beet and Sweet Potato Salad
    2 sweet potatoes (medium size)
    3 beets
    4 green onions
    1/2 cup toasted pumpkins seeds
    Vinaigrette dressing
    Peel the sweet potatoes and beets. Use a spiralizer to cut the veggies into long curly strips.
    Mix the beet and sweet potato ribbons together in a large bowl. Then cut the green onion tops, making long rings. Sprinkle the salad with green onions and sunflower seeds. Serve with your favorite vinaigrette.

  2. SyLvi matalon says

    My most delicious but basic recipe is zucchini topped with sauce and a little bit of cheese. My husband doesn’t mind not having noodles unless there’s some cheese on it but slowly I am cutting out the amount of cheese everytime I make it

  3. Kelly Cook says

    I like to toss/marinate my noodles in lemon, avocado oil, and herbs, and then top with a raw tomato compote. This recipe tends to vary based on what I have on hand, but is mainly cherry and sundried tomatoes, medjool dates, garlic, & basil. I’ve experimented adding seeds, like chia and hemp, and also ground almonds or pumpkin seeds. You really cant go wrong

    • Jen @SOulFresh says

      Kelly, that sounds so delish! And I love that you can change it up depending on what you have on hand! Thanks for sharing :)

  4. says

    I wanted to try this recipe! (Of course swap the linguine with the zucchini pasta). It looks delicious- i love avocados, pesto and zucchinis imagine it all combined :) yum!
    Could you make a post on how to cook zucchini pasta (i like warm/hot pasta also i would prefer it not crunchy- i looked up some ways; baking or frying it)

    • Jen @SOulFresh says

      Hi Diana – thank you for stopping by! I will definitely be making a post on how to cook the zoodles to perfection :) Thank you for the suggestion, and thanks for stopping by!

  5. kris says

    My favorite way to eat zuchinni noodles is with a veggie loaded sauce!
    I use an organic sugar free red sauce, and load it with precooked veggies.

    First, cook garlic, onions, in frying pan with a little olive or safflower oil, then add whatever veggies you wish. I usually use mushrooms, green peppers, eggplant, and spinach. Add sauce to pan and once heated, pour over your zuchinni noodles. So simple!
    Top with nutritional yeast flakes. YUM!

    • Jen @SOulFresh says

      Oh my goodness! There should be a warning label on that link – that looks SO yummy!! Thank you for sharing – I am going to have to try that sometime soon!

    • Jen @SOulFresh says

      Oh Bernice, you don’t know what you are missing! I do love a good pasta, but I love that veggie noodles fill me up with nutrients, and don’t leave me feeling bad full in any way!

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