If you haven’t jumped on the spiralizer train, maybe these spiralized sweet potato recipes will convince you.
They’re healthy, hearty, and super flavorful.
If you’re looking for fun and tasty ways to sneak more veggies into your diet, you really can’t beat veggie noodles.
They’re naturally low in carbs, vibrant, and full of nutrients.
Zucchini noodles (zoodles) are probably the most famous.
But one bite of these spiralized sweet potato recipes, and I’m sure you’ll be hooked!
Best Ever Low Carb Sweet Potato Spiralizer Recipes
Spiralized sweet potato fries are a cross between shoestring fries and curly fries. They’re lightly sweet and a healthier alternative that’s still just as addictive.
Better yet, instead of busting out the deep fryer, these delicate curly fries bake in the oven with avocado oil and savory seasonings.
Serve with your favorite dipping sauce and garnish with fresh green onions.
They’re a great burger or BBQ side dish and are especially yummy as a late-night snack!
Sweet potatoes make an excellent noodle replacement because they provide a hearty structure and a hint of sweetness.
And that pairs perfectly with this spinach and cashew sauce.
It checks most boxes on the food pyramid with tons of nutrients from sweet potatoes, spinach, and nuts.
Plus, it’s vegan and gluten-free!
Pairing sweet potatoes with a sweet and spicy Thai sauce is better than any noodle dish out there!
Sweet potatoes gently enhance the sweetness in the sauce. And they pair well with savory broccoli, red peppers, onions, and tender chicken pieces.
The creamy Thai sauce incorporates unsweetened almond or coconut milk, peanut butter, sesame oil, Sriracha, and honey.
If you don’t like it spicy, cut back on or take out the Sriracha.
Sweet potato noodles are great on their own, but they really lift off the plate with a bright Pad Thai sauce.
Seriously, this vegan dish is pretty addictive.
They get a kick from the onions, bell peppers, and edamame, which also bring some welcome crunch.
The Pad Thai sauce is a delightful blend of maple syrup, garlic, fresh lime juice, and peanut butter.
So, if you don’t like spicy food, this is the perfect Pad Thai recipe!
Asian-style sweet potato noodles are similar to your favorite takeout lo mein dish, only better!
This recipe incorporates plenty of sweet potatoes with even more healthy veggie additions such as peppers, carrots, and peas.
It’s bright, colorful, and incredibly healthy!
You’ll make a light sauce from soy sauce, peanut butter, chili, and ginger. Then, just toss it all in a bowl and dig in!
Craving Italian food?
This sweet potato recipe with a creamy roasted red pepper sauce has all the hallmarks of a great Italian meal – without the excess carbs and calories.
Pasta is super comforting but not the healthiest dinner. So, cut out those pesky carbs (most of them, anyway) and use sweet potatoes instead.
The best part is the creamy, vegan roasted red pepper and sweet potato sauce. Delish!
This Asian-inspired recipe uses classic ingredients in new and inventive ways.
And while it looks like something from a high-end restaurant, it comes together in a snap.
Between the sweet-savory noodles and the heavenly sauce of almond butter and lime, it’s totally irresistible.
Pair it with grilled mushrooms and leafy greens, and it’s the ultimate vegan dish!
Fried rice is my go-to lazy dinner. It’s the reason I always make extra rice (it’s best with pre-made, cold rice).
But did you know you can make sweet potato rice for something even healthier?
You’ll start by spiralizing it so it’s nice and thin. Then, chop or pulse it in a food processor until it reaches a rice-like consistency.
Use it in your favorite fried rice recipe. Or follow this one for a super tasty meal.
This Pad Thai dish is a serious explosion of bright colors.
Better yet, it celebrates the bright flavors of veggies without masking them in heavy sauces.
You’ll pair delicious sweet potato noodles with purple cabbage, green onions, and crunchy peanuts in a light Thai peanut sauce.
With four eggs stirred in, it’s deceptively filling and meat-free to boot!
I love curry in any form – and that includes this yummy soup.
This coconut curry soup is the perfect meal for a cold winter’s night and is surprisingly healthy (and vegan!).
The bright yellow broth incorporates yellow curry powder with creamy coconut milk and earthy spices like garlic and ginger.
With slightly sweet spiralized sweet potatoes, peas, onion, and roasted red peppers, it’s healthy, nutritious, and addictive.
So go ahead, have a second or third bowl!
In the mood for cheesy comfort food that won’t unravel your entire diet?
While this cheesy pasta bake looks like a classic nap-inducing recipe, it secretly packs a healthy dose of veggies!
Instead of using carb-heavy pasta, use spiralized sweet potatoes instead. They have a similar consistency and incorporate plenty of good stuff into the dish.
The ricotta cheese and tomato sauce deliver lasagna feels without all the guilt. Wow!
Full disclosure: this pizza skillet doesn’t taste like pizza.
Sure, it has marinara and tasty pizza toppings. But no amount of yummy sweet potato noodles can replace a fluffy pizza dough base.
That said, this is a terrific pasta alternative for anyone hoping to add more veggies to their diet.
Who says you can’t get a whole serving of veggies in one dish?
With your handy dandy spiralizer, you can transform sweet potatoes into rich spaghetti noodles that pick up the rich flavors of the hearty tomato sauce.
It incorporates leafy greens from cooked spinach and a touch of meaty goodness from your favorite Italian sausage.
And while it tastes rich and indulgent, it’s paleo and Whole30-approved!
Are you craving something with a bit of Tex-Mex flair? Try this enchilada skillet!
It incorporates bright Mexican seasoning from garlic, black beans, corn, and your favorite sauce all in one pan.
It’s ideal for busy weeknights and doesn’t require any carb-heavy tortillas (or tedious rolling).
Most curry recipes need a while to simmer, but this recipe comes together in just 25 minutes!
It incorporates bright Indian flavors from coconut milk, curry powder, and colorful, earthy vegetables.
To take this simple and light dish over the top, pair it with flavorful mango salsa. It’s quick and easy but tastes like you spent all day in the kitchen.
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