We love zoodles in this house–so much faster than making pasta and so much more delicious and nutritious. I’ve used a spiralizer for a while now but happened across an attachment for my kitchenaid stand mixer that creates vegetable sheets! What??!
You just know I had to try it!
In the box, you get the main body, two blades (a thick and thin), a centering skewer rod, and a soft vegetable adapter. Also there is both a quick start guide and a more in depth manual. Set up was very easy even though it was a little intimidating to start. The blades easily slip into the body but it isn’t perfectly clear where exactly they go at first. Once you figure it out, it’s a cinch.
- Super easy to use. Set up was just as fast as the manual spiralizer I was using.
- Easy to clean. There’s just a few pieces that need to be washed up.
- It actually fits back in the box.
- Sheets came out perfectly! Check out those apple sheets! Think of the cool apple chips!!
- Not great for the tender/slim summer zucchini. The blades don’t cut thinner than the diameter of the adapter which is considerable. For my skinny zucchini, I only got a few rotations worth of sheet and there was a decent size core left behind.
- I wish it had another noodle making blade. I just folded my sheets up and sliced them with a knife but it would be so easy to include a noodle blade with this. There isn’t a huge difference between the two blades in the box so one could easily be swapped.
I paid $79 for this after watching the price on Amazon for a couple of weeks.