I am lucky with Erin. She eats pretty much everything. When I struggle to get some things in her I find that smaller bits at a time is the way to go. What else can I do to make it fun?!
Cookworks came to the rescue and asked us to review their new spiralizer. This is also a bonus for Matthew as he loves spiralized food.
I had managed to make some courgetti for Erin which she loved and really made the taste of corgette more manageable as it was thin spirals! This made it so fun for her and being called green spaghetti really won her over.
When Matthew asked me to make him a chicken salad with a goose egg – I had no idea how to make it less dull. I suddenly remembered how snazzy the spiralizer made food. I opted for potato cakes for under his egg! I spiralized the potato and made them into circles.
They browned nicely and I was able to make matts dinner less boring- I am not going to lie normally I am a terrible cook but this was so so simple. The end result- and he said it was fab!!! (Excuse the sauce he’s a nightmare!!! And the bloody yolk broke!!)
The Cookworks Spiralizer comes with a fab 96 page colourful recipe book contains starters, mains and desserts! Perfect for vegans and ensures your meals are healthy and lower calorie being able to switch the carbs for fruit and veg.
The only downside to the spiralizer is the fact I think it needs a case to keep it in so I don’t lose anything, other than that it’s fantastic.
The spiralizer has some fab features:
- Small grater/noodle blade
- Large grater/noodle blade
- Ribbon blade
- Integral blade storage compartment
- Non-slip suction base
- Plastic body with stainless steel blades
You can buy the spiralizer from Ideal world- Cookworks Spiralizer for £16.99 on sale from £18.98 with free postage and packaging. What more can you ask for!