This post is sponsored by KitchenAid Canada.

If you've seen or enjoyed zucchini noodles recently, you've been exposed to the wonders of the spiralizer. KitchenAid® has created a new attachment that can be used with the hub of any KitchenAid® Stand Mixer. With ease, anyone can reinvent their favourite meals with a fun and healthy twist. With everyone looking for that beautiful and unique photo nowadays, the spiralizer offers both of those options! Spiralizer KitchenAid The KitchenAid® Spiralizer attachment includes five blades and offers nine(!) combinations of spiralizing, slicing, peeling and coring. It also features durable metal construction and a storage case for convenient organization of both the unit and its dishwasher-safe accessories. The attachment connects to the hub of all KitchenAid® Stand Mixers and uses the power of the motor to operate the attachment. Connect it and let the fun begin! The Spiralizer is a great way to transform fruits and vegetables to a family-activity right in the kitchen. We have a Spiralizer Attachment to giveaway below but first, take a look at just a few things you can do!

Pizza with a twist!

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Weekend omelettes never looked so good!
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Salad has never been more exciting!
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And KitchenAid® wants to give away one (1) Spiralizer attachment!
It's super easy, just let us know what you'd like to make if you had a Spiralizer for your KitchenAid® Stand Mixer!

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174 Comments

Kellie
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I have a great recipe on my blog called Firecracker Noodles and I’d swap the pasta for a mix of veggie ones: zucchini, carrot and beet. They would totally soak up the incredible sauce and be a lower carb version of this awesome dish. Man, my belly is doing little flip flops right now as I’m thinking about it.
Also, if someone wants to be so nice and giveaway such a great attachment. I’m game, sign up me and my creativity. We’d rock this tool.

Judy Cowan
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Would love to make a salad with this first, followed quickly by some spiral Sweet Potato Fries 🙂

Laura
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I’d make veggie noodles for pasta…and then hit up the interwebs for more ideas. I know I’ve seen some great ones!

Jeanna
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I would do a apple crumble and I would do the spiralizing technique with the apples, that would be fun and look great too. 🙂

Hannah
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I would for sure make some veggie pasta with the spiralizer! I wanted to make it for a little while now but impossible without a nice gadget like this!

Miranda
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I’m thinking this would make for an interesting twist (pun intended) on apple crumble! I would love to experiment with this attachment.

Dee
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I’d start with curly fries, but would hope to get my kids interested in veggie noodles eventually.

Andrea
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As a young student and hopeful holistic nutritionist this would be a great tool to expand my repertoire of healthy wholesome veggie full meals!

Tabitha P
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I’d love to create all the veggie noodles! I make zucchini noodles all the time but I currently use my julienne peeler, I’d love to branch out and spiralize some squash and carrots. Thanks for the chance!

Stephanie
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I’d love to make a Pho soup; the veggie noodles could act as the rice noodle replacement!

Bailey Dexter
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Wow, amazing! So much potential for so many dishes! I would first make grilled asparagus with spiral sweet potato wrapped around the asparagus, and a touch of salt for a bit of sweet, a bit of salt, and a bit of a crunch! So now I’m hooked, so for dessert I’d have to do a spiral fruit salad using a variety of melons and apples tossed with some diced water melon!

Sara Lima
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I wonder if you can deep fry the zucchini after using the spiralizer? It would be like White Spot Zoo Sticks! 🙂 I guess i I wanted to be healthy, I’d use zucchini in lieu of pasta in a nice cold salad. 🙂

Dianne
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I would like to use the kitchen Aide Spiralizer attachment to make zucchini noodles to start with and I am sure I would find lots of ways to use it.

Liesa
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This attachment would be a welcomed addition to my Betsy… this is what I call my pro copper kitchen-aid!

Julia
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So many ideas… I think first think I’d make would be curly fries in my acti-fry or oven. Then I saw a beautiful blog post where someone made Greek salad with spiralized cucumber, I kept wanting to do that.

Sarah
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Who doesn’t love zoodles?! I’m seven months pregnant and loving raw veggies more then ever!

Sylvia Ferguson
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I would definitely make the spiral zucchini! I have heard so many great things about it!

Cheryl Germain
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This attachment would make soups and salads more appealing to children. Fun=Nutritious food is eaten=Win for Mom

Rosanne Robinson
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I would love to use the spiralizer to make zucchini pasta, coleslaw, & fancy vegetable salads

Maureen Nolan
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Zucchini pasta with garlic, olive oil and roasted grape tomatoes sounds like it would a delicious meal to make with the Spiralizer!

Leanne Cobbledick
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I would make lots of pretty salads! Thanks for hosting such an incredible giveaway!

Rachel E
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I have always wanted a spiral maker. I didn’t even know I could get one for my Kitchen Aid mixer!

Alayne Langford
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I think I would make veggie pasta by using that spiral maker! It may become obsessive like labeling!! 🙂

Edith Reardon
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I just bought a separate one but I would rather have one for my kitchenaid. I want to slim down and all the noodles it makes will help a lot.

joy
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i don’t have a kitchenaid, but my brother in law does – i would give this to him for Christmas – i know he would have a ball with it!! he is very creative!

KellyPC
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I think it would beautiful to use fr dinner parties & holiday dinners but I’d use it for salads, tarts & pizza all the time!

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