Yes, we all know that we should replace our pasta with zoodles because veggies are healthier. Eat the rainbow! Enjoy these rainbow zoodles any night of the week, to feed a crowd at a St. Patrick’s Day party, or a rainbow themed party. It’s naturally gluten-free, vegan, Whole30 compliant, Paleo and Keto. Fun… colorful… healthy… what’s not to love!
The concept of this dish is simplicity, although get emotionally prepared for some time to prep and a lot of mess. I mean seriously, how gorgeous and fun would this be at your next St. Patrick’s Day or rainbow themed party? Serve with a side of some beet hummus, guacamole dip, or even your favorite salad dressing.
Which veggies to use? Shop the (organic) produce section and pick out the colors that speak to you the best. Think about the size of your serving tray and how many will fit. I recommend one large vegetable or two small ones (for carrots you will want several). Choose from:
- Sweet Potatoes
- Yellow Squash
And then don’t forget to add cauliflower for the clouds.
BE CAREFUL! Depending on how you spiralize your zoodles, be very careful with sharp blades! If you are using a handheld device to spiralize or julienne, always peel away from you and keep your fingers and hand out of the way.
Plan on at least half an hour from start to finish. Seriously.
Get out as many bowls as you have veggies.
You can use either a Spiralizer – large or handheld, or even the Peeler-Slicer-Shredder. Whatever you have!
If you use beets, be prepared for a bit of a mess. They stain. Zoodle these last.
Don’t forget to compost your scraps!
Eat the Rainbow Zoodles Recipe
Eat the Rainbow Zoodles
- 1-2 Each Variety of Colorful Vegetables Organic if possible
- 1 Head Cauliflower
Carefully spiralize or julienne each of the vegetables.
Arrange in rainbow colors.
Place the cauliflower as clouds on the ends.
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