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Nutritious Nachos
If you're anything like us, you keep your spiralizer blade on the spaghetti setting (it's ideal for the easy weeknight zucchini noodles we love). But here's a delicious reason to try using the wide setting. Next time you're in the mood for a healthy snack, try using the wide setting to transform sweet potatoes into flat pieces—which just so happen to be the perfect base for a good-for-you twist on nachos. Follow this recipe, but before you toss the spiralized spuds with oil and bake, use kitchen shears to cut the ribbons into 2-inch lengths, so they're easier to eat once they're loaded up with toppings.