A fun and easy way to convince children to eat their vegetables is to make the food look appetizing. You may want to chop your veggies using a vegetable chopper in neat or cool patterns. Another awesome example is to use zoodles as a healthy alternative to pasta that feels almost as if you’re eating a true pasta dish. Zoodles are also a great meal to include in your diet if you want to cut down your calorie and carb intake.
While making zoodles, you have to use high-quality zoodle makers that have sharp blades to slice the zucchini in long strands. Additionally, they should be safe to use to prevent the kids from getting cuts if they want to help out with the cooking.
Take a look at our top 5 Zoodle makers, as tested by our team.
The Brieftons 7 Blade Spiralizer comes with 7 amazing blades that are strong enough to slice not only zucchini but other vegetables as well. Simply attach the vegetable and wind up the crank to create spiral slices. It’s easy to use and children will have no problems working with this handy tool.
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Zoodle making doesn’t have to be expensive, and the Spiralizer 5-Blade Vegetable Slicer comes at a low price compared to other similar brands that are crank-operated. With 5 interchangeable blades and 4 recipe ebooks, you are definitely getting more than what you pay for.
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Eager kids who want help you make zoodles may exert too much force when cranking the lever, leading to spilled vegetables on the kitchen counter and on the floor. You can avoid these mishaps with the Paderno World Cuisine 6-Blade Vegetable Slicer‘s strong suction feet that secure its position on the counter. This way, you can prevent the children from making a lot of mess in the kitchen. Cleanup is made easy with the free cleaning brush that comes with the item.
If you prefer a simple zoodle maker without all the excessive accessories, then the original Zoodle Slicer is perfect for you! It makes zoodles by simply twisting the zucchini into the slicer as if you’re sharpening a pencil. Its compact size makes it easier to store in the cabinet, unlike other zoodle makers that may take up a lot of space.