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Best Spiralizer: Veggetti vs Paderno vs Kitchen Supreme

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Want to turn your vegetables into healthy zoodles (zucchini noodles)? Us too! So we reviewed the top brands to pick the best for your gourmet needs. We all indulge in pasta every once in a while (maybe more than we should!). Pasta is an easy go-to meal for most Americans and one that often times displaces most of our plate space for brightly colored veggies. Imagine, that you could still enjoy your Italian grandmother’s spicy arrabbiata recipe but this time, you would be fulfilling – heck, even surpassing – your daily quotient of veggies in just one sitting, because you made zucchini/butternut squash/parsnip/sweet potato zoodles?!? We continue to have fun with this easy way to create innovative stir fries, salads and vegetable noodles as well as julienned vegetables (and fruits). Review our pick for best spiralizers alongside other popular vegetable “pasta” creators so you can find which will consistently serve you best!

Paderno World Cuisine Tri-Blade Spiral Vegetable Slicer Review

Paderno Spiral Vegetable Slicer#1

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This is my personal weapon of choice and pick for best spiralizer in this battle of vegetable pasta makers: the infamous Paderno World Cuisine Tri-Blade Plastic Spiral Vegetable Slicer. It comes with three stainless steel blades: one that shapes your produce into spiral-like strands the size of a spaghetti noodle, a slightly larger (wider) blade that produces a larger spiral shape (think wider than spaghetti but still more narrow than fettuccine) and a third blade that produces a ribbon type of shape (think wider, like Pappardelle noodles). Each of these blades is fantastic for adding not only a beautiful shape, but a delicious texture to the variety of zoodles that can be transformed: carrots, sweet potatoes, beets, zucchini, squash, cucumber, etc.

Pros

Cons

  • Known for its multiple blade system, giving you more variety in size and shape of your noodles
  • Highly rated for its durability
  • Built-in storage for the multiple blades
  • Incredible precision
  • BPA free
  • Power suction feet help it stay in place
  • Dishwasher safe
  • 3 stainless steel blades
  • Less compact

Price:  $22.91

Paderno Upgrade

The upgrades in this category generally revolve around the ability to add more variation to the thickness of your veggie noodles. There is an option for a Paderno World Cuisine Spiralizer 4 Blade as well, which now includes a blade that makes the zoodles in a thinner fashion, more like an angel hair pasta (yum!) at just a slightly higher price.

Read our in-depth review of the Paderno Spiralizer

Kitchen Supreme Spiralizer Review

Kitchen Supreme Spiral Slicer Spiralizer#2

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The Kitchen Supreme Spiralizer Complete Bundle is another option to choose from in the world of spiralizers and slicers. The complete bundle entails a Kitchen Supreme Spiralizer, A Ceramic Peeler, Spaghetti Maker, a protective storage bag, a recipe book (enticing!), a flexible cleaning brush for the blades and a digital book (DVD) entitled 101 Power Tips: For a Fitter, Healthier You, & Staying that Way, Starting Today.

Pros

Cons

  • Highly recommended
  • Compact and easy to store
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Built-in finger guard to protect your fingers from the sharp blades
  • BPA free
  • Dual, stainless steel blades
  • Blades do not rust or dull over time
  • No attachments necessary
  • On occasion, the core of some larger veggies can get caught in the mechanism

Price:  $14.84

WonderVeg Vegetable Spiralizer Review

WonderVeg Vegetable Spiralizer#3

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The WonderVeg Vegetable Spiralizer from WonderEsqu includes a cleaning brush, recipe book and two spare parts. The blades let you shred, chip or cut your vegetables into straight strips. You can use more than just vegetables too, try your fruits of all sizes. This spiralizer is claimed to be 100% safe since the produce is inserted into the machine and directed toward the blades instead of your hands being near the sharp surface, similar to the Paderno (our #1 pick).

Pros

Cons

  • Easy to clean
  • 1 year warranty
  • BPA free
  • Tri-blade, stainless steel
  • Compact, easy to store in cabinet
  • Blade storage keeps fingers safe
  • Not dishwasher safe

Price:  $23.97

Veggetti Spiral Vegetable Slicer Review

Veggetti

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The Veggetti Spiral Vegetable Slicer is one that will pop up frequently as you search for the best one on the market. It is hand-held, small enough to fit in a deep kitchen drawer or to rest alongside your other handy kitchen tools on a shelf. Its versatility allows you to make carb free pasta-zoodles, if you will, in an instant. It has a dual, stainless steel blade, so you can opt to make your zoodles thicker or thinner, depending on preference. The standard Veggetti comes with 3 blades that offer a thin, spaghetti like noodle, a thicker fettuccine width noodle and a wider ribbon like noodle.

Pros

Cons

    • Consistent
    • Low price
    • Finger guard protects from sharp blades
    • Compact design makes storage easy
  • No cleaning brush included and it is tough to safely clean the blades
  • Can be awkward to hold along with the vegetable

Price:  $9.99

Read our in-depth review of the Veggetti

Random Ponderings on Spiralizers

I am extremely happy with my Paderno. I’ve had it for a year now and am pleased with my experience. The great thing about both the Veggetti and the Kitchen Supreme Spiralizer is that they are compact and therefore incredibly easy to use and store. Actually, after thinking about it, I am tempted to invest in a hand-held spiralizing device to bring camping! A fancy veggie pasta cooked on a camping stove over the light of a fire? Easy, nourishing and energizing on the go! With the best spiralizer in-hand you can enjoy all the “pasta” you want.

Looking for a good recipe to use for your first spiralized meal? Inspiralized has some good beginner recipes to help get you started.

Why are you considering eating vegetable noodles?

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Suzie Blackman was born and raised in Bethesda, MD and recently moved to Winston-Salem, NC. Suzie is a 200 Hour Registered Yoga Teacher and is a lover of all things health and wellness related. Growing up an athlete and dancer, Suzie has always been mind body oriented, but more recently she has seen the impact that a mindfulness practice has had on every aspect of her life. Suzie is especially passionate about food and nutrition because she views food as 'our most ancient form of medicine'. She hopes to evoke a sense of passion in you too, guiding you to think more about/question not only your food choices, but about how it is that you approach eating. What we put in, is what we get out. Let's treat ourselves compassionately, and with balance in mind.
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veggie lover

I got a Veggetti as a Christmas gift from an office party and what was supposed to be a gag gift (I think) has ended up being the best thing ever! I use it all the time to make pastas and snacks since I’m gluten free and a vegetarian. Might upgrade to one of the larger ones though since the Veggetti is sometimes difficult to use with my tiny hands. I do like that it’s small and easy to store though!

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Notion Nova Spiralizer

Great review for spiralizer.

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