Bruschetta Zoodles with Sausage is the perfect fresh and simple spring recipe. With only a few ingredients, this dish comes together in no time!
Fresh & Simple Sausage Bruschetta Zoodles
So, it’s Wednesday. Happy Hump Day!
Bruschetta Zoodles! Ya’ll this recipe! Kat over at Katalyst Health left me a comment a few weeks ago to share some spiralized recipes and because I love spiralizing things, here we go. This month, you get 4 tasty spiralized recipes!
I started to enjoy cooking when I was in high school. My speciality was fajitas. So simple, but oh so good. I branched out and took on chicken parmesan – way before my gluten and dairy free days. Along with the chicken parm, I loved making bruschetta. Or, if you watch Giada, brusskketta, in her ‘Italian accent’.Fresh & Simple Sausage Bruschetta Zoodle Recipe #ontheblog! #sweatpink @fitapproach Click To Tweet
All it took was a container of cherry tomatoes, handfuls of julienned basil, minced garlic, olive oil and sea salt. Pile high on a piece of grilled, salted bread and I was in heaven. My mouth is watering! We ended up making bruschetta for as many pasta dishes as possible, once we all discovered how much we loved it.
It’s been a while since I made a batch, but when I was at Trader Joe’s a couple weeks ago, I got an idea for a twist on this tasty topping. Take the flavors of bruschetta, add a protein, some zoodles, artichokes (which I found out The Hubs likes. Totally random) and sun-dried tomatoes.
This Sausage Bruschetta Zoodle dish was born.
This recipe is so simple. Just a few ingredients that are bursting with flavor. Not that it’s been any kind of warm in Indiana lately, but if you happen to be somewhere warm, enjoy this dish on a patio with sipping a little wine or mixed drink.
PIN FOR LATER!
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So, I did things a little different with food prep this week. Lately, I’ve just been shopping and getting things that we normally eat. I didn’t really have a menu planned or anything. This week, however, I planned dinners, then loosely planned lunches and breakfasts. I must say, it’s made the week so much better. The Hubs is (usually) well fed, he’s eating real food, we are trying new recipes and I’m feeling much better – energy and gut wise. Plus, we haven’t spent a ton on groceries either! #winwin
So, tell me:
Are you a fan of zoodles?
What is your favorite zoodle recipe?
Can I actually make a desk?!!