Spiralized vegetables are so in right now. Whether you’re gluten free or looking for healthy alternatives to your favorite comfort foods, vegetables and fruits shaped like noodles will make any meal special. Grab your spiralizer, stop by your farmers’ market and create one of these 10 spiralized salads for summer. Bonus points if you serve them with this beautiful salad server set, key for a memorable, healthy dinner party.

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1. Greek Salad: Easily upgrade your go-to Greek salad with spiralized cucumber noodles, fresh cherry tomatoes, feta, Kalamata olives and hummus. (via Two Peas and Their Pod)

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2. Thai Noodles: Since we can’t make it to one of our favorite plant-based restaurants in Canada, Fresh, we’re making a tangled thai salad at home. (via Food Faith Fitness)

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3. Raw Beet + Sweet Potato Salad: Who would have thought a beet salad and a potato salad could make such a good pairing? Besides being gorgeous, this raw beet + sweet potato salad is also delicious, gluten free and vegan. (via A Spicy Perspective)

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4. Chickpea Power: You don’t have to worry about eating all your veggies with this vegan rainbow power salad with roasted chickpeas. It’s colorful and SO GOOD! (via Pinch of Yum)

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5. Chili-Lime Salad: Roasted corn is paired with spiraled zucchini and red onion, then tossed with a simple chili lime vinaigrette for a fresh, make-ahead corn salad. (via The Housewife Training Files)

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6. Caprese Salad: Add an unexpected twist to your favorite Caprese salad with spiralized zucchini. (via Foodie Crush)

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7. Cucumber + Strawberry: We love adding strawberries to our summer salads, especially in this refreshing and crisp recipe with spiralized cucumbers and feta topped with a fruity poppyseed dressing. (via Housewife in Training)

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8. Raw Vegan Zoodle Salad: This isn’t just full of plant-based protein, but it’s gluten free as well! (via Almost Getting It Together)

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9. Cucumber Noodle Salad: Lighten up your summer BBQ and use up the abundance of cucumbers from your garden with this yummy cucumber-noodle salad. (via The Healthy Maven)

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10. “Pasta” Salad: Pasta salads are a staple at any summer get-together, but they don’t always have to involve “real” noodles. Switch yours up with this spiralized sweet and sour Thai cucumber salad full of chickpeas, carrots and cilantro. (via Peas and Crayons)

Do you ever make spiralized meals? Let us know what your favorite recipes are in the comments.