My kids love helping out in the kitchen and although it’s
often always easier for me to do it myself, I try to nurture their willing hearts and encourage their interest in food as often as I can.
We got sent the George Foreman Spiraliser late last year and it has become my boys favourite kitchen gadget. Every time I pull it out of the scullery and set it on the bench, they fight for pole position to spiralise carrots and zucchinis. But the very best thing about the spiraliser in my opinion, is not that it’s easier to use than my old hand spiraliser that I was been gifted by my husband the Christmas before last (hard to clean, only uses half of the vegetable, hard on hands and impossible for little hands to operate), it’s that my boys not only love using the spiraliser, they want to eat the zoodles too (Tahlia eats anything). Where they would refuse cooked zucchini, they love it raw and carrot has been a 50/50 vegetable for Beau for a while, but he’ll devour it when served as long springy noodles.
I have found ways of integrating these zoodles into our weekly meals from salads with simple creamy mayo dressing to the base of meatballs or stirfry, as the side to meat and potatoes. They’re easy, they’re 100% healthy and the little ends that don’t make it into the spiraliser, either my kids nibble as they make more zoodles, or I pop them into a free flow bag of stock veges I keep in my freezer. Let no vegetable go to waste.
Check out how easy it is to operate and how quickly you can whip up healthy for your family.
Usually $169, you can get this super duper machine for just $69 at Briscoes right now.
* I was gifted this product for review purposes