Our product line consists of the sleek and portable, lunchbag-friendly handheld Spiralizer, and the compact Tabletop Spiralizer that are sure to bring beautiful creativity to your meals, inspiring you and any picky eaters to “mindlessly” eat healthy, AND enjoy fruits and veggies daily.

A few Spiralizing hacks

  • Best to use veggies and fruits that are below 7″ long; cut the veggie or fruit in half if longer.
  • Best to use veggies and fruits that are 2″ wide or more; smaller diameter veggies might not be stable on the spikes during spiralizing.
  • Best to use firm veggies and fruits (not fun with softer veggies and fruits).
  • Be sure to deseed sweet peppers, butternut squashes, and other seeded veggies and fruits. Remove the core of apples for best results.

Below are the blades included with your VeggiePasta 5-Blade TABLETOP vegetable and fruit spiralizer/slicer. Videos of spiralized veggies and recipes are on the “Scrumptious Recipes” page.

Blade 1: Flat Blade

For making flat, thin ribbon “noodles’. To be used for zucchini “lasagna’, potato chips, etc.

 

Blade 2: Single row triangle with flat blade

For making fettuccine-sized “noodles’. Fantastic on cucumbers!

 

Blade 3: Two rows of triangles with flat blade

(has the largest triangles of the three double-rowed blades)

For making linguine-sized “noodles’. Fantastic on carrots, zucchini, etc.

 

Blade 4: Two rows of medium triangles, with flat blade

For making spaghetti-sized “noodles’. Excellent on beets, broccoli stems, etc.

 

Blade 5: Two rows of smallest triangles, with flat blade

For making spaghettini and angel-haired “noodles’, and shreds of any firm veggie.

Below are the blades included with your VeggiePasta 4-Blade HANDHELD vegetable and fruit spiralizer/slicer.

Blade 1 (produces similar cuts as Blade 1 of the Tabletop above)

Blade 2 (produces similar cuts as Blade 3 of the Tabletop above)

Blade 3 (produces similar cuts as Blade 4 of the Tabletop above)

Blade 4 (produces similar cuts as Blade 5 of the Tabletop above)