SuperSwizz Spiral Slicer {Review}

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial. SuperSwizz2

The SuperSwizz Spiral Slicer has impressed me with the ability to turn the raw zucchinis I have on hand into fancy spirals. I have to admit that spiraled vegetables and fruits are certainly appealing to the eye! All beauty aside, this handy kitchen accessory gives the user an opportunity to cook and serve things up like stir fry, salads, veggie spaghetti, and much more very easily. I don’t know about you but I like appealing, delicious, and easy! This product has been seen on several cooking shows and is promoted to be ideal for low carb heart healthy meals.

The Stainless Steel Vegetable Spiralizer features two julienne sized Japanese blades (2x3mm & 3.5x5mm).. The design mimics a pencil sharpener. You simply decided upon the desired thickness of what you’d like spiraled, place the vegetable into that part of the Super Swizz, apply a moderate amount of pressure and twist until the vegetable is too short to twist anymore. On the other end of the from where you are twisting, a core is left over that simply pops out to be disposed of.

I have tried carrots and raw zucchinis in this device and found that it was much easier to spiral the zucchinis. My carrots ended up being more shredded that spiraled. Perhaps this issue could be because the carrots I had on hand were a bit too small and maybe needed to be firmer to acquire the desired spiraling. I personally like to sauté spiraled zucchini up with onions and mushrooms to serve as a side with any meat of choice instead of chopping it up into chunks that take longer to cook. I think this would work great for potatoes too!


The clean up of this device is very easy. You can use the included brush or just throw it in the dishwasher. The sizing is ideal for storage but I would recommend keeping it stored in plastic zip bag up high and away from children. The blades are very sharp!

Overall, I believe I will get much use out of the Super Swizz Spiral Slicer. I eat salads every days and often I prefer my vegetables spiraled instead of cut up. I mentioned before sautéing vegetables to have as a side to any meat is something that would be great not just during the grilling season of Summer but all year. I would recommend this product if you’re in the market for a spiral slicer for your fruit or vegetables!

Interested in Purchasing? The  Spiral Slicer: Stainless Steel Vegetable Spiralizer can be purchased for $19.95 on

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