Veggetti Spiral Vegetable Cutter Reviews

We've all seen the promises! "This gadget will change your life!"

Most of the time these promises turn out to be false, but every now and then, a tiny hand-held gadget comes along that offers to break the "too good to be true" mantra!

You've seen it on TV and wonder, “Does it really do all that?” They claim it’s the best vegetable spiralizer.

In this Veggetti review​ we will look at two Veggetti models, the standard and the pro version.

Veggetti Reviews

First, let's take a look at how to use a Veggetti Spiral Vegetable Cutter.

Anyone who suffers from gluten diseases such as Crohn’s or Celiacs Disease, often find themselves having to forego old favourites such as pasta dishes and some of the best summer side dishes, because the pasta replacements tend to be very expensive.

There are only so many ways that vegetables can be cut, cooked and presented if you don't have a Red Seal certificate on your kitchen wall. The Veggetti could change all that! If I sound excited, it's because I am.

Ontel Veggetti Spiral Vegetable Slicer, Makes Veggie Pasta

I have known people who are unable to eat regular pasta because of these conditions and I am thrilled to have come across this unique kitchen gadget that can spiralize vegetables like spaghetti!

The Veggetti works by having one end forced onto the vegetable, and being twisted while the other hand twists in the opposite direction.

Using one of two settings, this combined twisting action feeds the vegetable through the blades, resulting in spaghetti-like strands coming out the side of the unit.

For those not familiar with using such a kitchen tool, a small sample recipe book is included with the product.

Vegetables that work best with the Veggetti are:

  • Zucchini (Most popular for "spaghetti noodles")
  • Carrots
  • Squash
  • Potatoes
  • Cucumbers

However, it will work with almost any vegetable that is 2.5” across in diameter or smaller. Sweet potatoes are a challenge to spiralize because they are quite hard. A simple solution is to warm them in the microwave before trying to turn them in to vegetable strings.

Once your veggie noodles are made, it only takes a minute to cook them. You do not need to cook them as long as you would pasta. Otherwise, they will become mush.

Where to buy a Veggetti Original? Check price & Availability on Amazon

Veggetti Pro​ Review

Why Consider the Veggetti Pro?

  • 3 Interchangeable blades
  • Non-slip base
  • Handle to hold and slice vegetables. This helps prevent injuries when spiralizing.
  • Easier and faster to prepare large quantities of vegetable noodles

Veggetti Pro Table-Top Spiralizer, Quickly Spiral Slice Vegetables into Healthy Veggie Pasta

The standard Veggetti is great for 1 or 2 people, but if you have a family to feed the Veggetti Pro is going to make things a lot easier.

We also believe this version is safer to operate, as you can see there is less need for hands and fingers close to the cutting blades.​

Cleaning the Veggetti

While cleaning can be done by hand, the sharp nature of the blades make it a relief to most users that this gadget can be washed on the top rack of your dishwasher.

If you don't have a dishwasher, or if your dishwasher is low-powered, a high-powered spray handle attached to your kitchen sink should do the trick.

Again, whatever you do, do not allow your fingers anywhere near those blades! One reason we had to take a star off in our Veggetti review is because of this fact.​

Before You Purchase

There are two drawbacks to the original version of this vegetable noodle maker.

The first is that of the twisting action. A cook with arthritis in his or her wrists may find this unit aggravating their condition.

The second is the blades. By nature of what this product is designed to do, the blades are very sharp!

The most frequent review of this product online is users cutting themselves within the first few uses.

Ontel Veggetti Spiral Vegetable Slicer, Makes Veggie Pasta

One way to prevent getting cut is to leave the part of the vegetable you'll latch the unit onto, unpeeled. The user manual does not suggest this, but latching the unit onto an unpeeled surface allows it to grab better and hold on tighter.

Do not attempt to force the Veggetti to spiralize the entire vegetable or you will get hurt.​

Of course, you could always purchase the Vegetti Pro to avoid that situation.​

There is very little waste from this gadget and those who like to snack while cooking can enjoy nibbling on the small chunks left over by the cutter. You will end up with about 1.5 inches of vegetable.

​Is The Veggetti Worth It?

How does cutting your calories down sound? Check out the example of ordinary pasta versus vegetable pasta from the Veggetti.

For those who are vegan, for those who have wheat or gluten issues, or just for those who want a new way to present their cooked vegetables, the Veggetti Spiral Vegetable Cutter may be what you need for your kitchen.

Don't forget about the Veggetti Pro!​

Ontel Veggetti Spiral Vegetable Slicer, Makes Veggie Pasta

Remember those blades are sharp, and be careful when cleaning it and you will enjoy vegetable spaghetti for a long time to come.

Not every product that we review is worth purchasing, but this item has landed on our wish list!

Eating healthy is important for everyone these days, and this little device makes it that much easier to do.

Did you enjoy this review? Let us know in the comments with your Vegetti Spiralizer experiences and recipes.

How did we do?

Veggetti Spiral Vegetable Cutter Reviews
5 (100%) 3 votes

8 thoughts on “Veggetti Spiral Vegetable Cutter Reviews”

  1. I am still getting used to the Vegetti. I am one of those who is intolerant of not only wheat, but also it seems grain of any kind. This gadget has provided a way for me to enjoy pasta-like meals with my family again!

  2. Loved the idea of low cal, gluten free pasta. Had some at a restaurant and then bought the Veggetti. All I can say is , Ouch! My poor fingers. I gave it to my son and his wife.

  3. I love this small device and prefer it over my spiraler, which was marketed long before the Vegetti, Spiraler. Carefulness must be exercised.

    • Hi Merry,

      Sweet potatoes can cook fast and will become extremely hot (Please use some sort of heat resistant gloves when handling them).

      If they cook too much, they won’t spiral. If they don’t heat enough, you might be tempted to use too much force and create an accident (that’s why I prefer the pro version to remove my hands from the situation as much as possible).

      It will depend on the size of your potato and strength of your microwave. I’ve tried microwaving for 30 seconds at a time and check to see how it spirals between each heating attempt. Unfortunately they aren’t the best vegetable for spiralizing.

      Thanks so much,

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