Alright guys, it's a new year full of new goals. Many of you have probably set out to lose that freshman 15, or 20, that you gained when you first came to college and the easiest way to lose a few pounds is to change your eating habits.
Eating healthy doesn't have to be miserable and taste awful. Try this recipe for zoodles topped with meat sauce and creamy goat cheese. If you can tell that these noodles aren't really noodles then you're one of few, because the substitution doesn't taste like a sacrifice at all.
With that being said, a pasta maker to make this dish. You can buy cost efficient devices at Walmart and Target. It will be worth the money, because once you use it you will be obsessed.
This recipe is for one person, so if you're making it for multiple people just double it, triple it or serve an army.
2 tsp garlic powder
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3 oz ground beef
1/2 cup store bought marinara sauce
1/2 tbsp goat cheese
Run zucchini through noodle maker until zucchini is completely spiraled. Heat zoodles on medium heat in a pan for 4-5 minutes until cooked. Turn heat to low until sauce is ready. Season with garlic powder.
While noodles are cooking, start to brown the beef. Once cooked all the way through, add sauce and heat up for 60 seconds.
Pour sauce on noodles and top with goat cheese. Serve with garlic bread or veggies.
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