Spiralized Winter Veggie Gratin

This Spiralized Winter Veggie Gratin is a delicious, gluten-free side dish featuring sweet potatoes, carrots, parsnips and butternut squash in a creamy, cheesy sauce. Cut the vegetables using a quality spiralizer that can handle the potatoes & parsnips. The cut veggies can be stored for several days before use. To make the gratin, oven-roasted vegetables are mixed with herbs and a simple sauce featuring Gruyere cheese, butter and shallots, then topped with more cheese! The entire dish can even be assembled and refrigerated up to two days ahead of time.

Key Takeaways:

  • Spiralized vegetables are fun, modern, and fresh way to replace carbs in your diet.
  • The thin “noodles” cook quickly and lend themselves easily to many dishes.
  • This recipe takes a traditional cheesy white sauce and incorporates these vegetables to make a warm, winter, hearty dish.


“This dish can be prepped a day or two ahead, everything from spiralizing the vegetables, roasting them and making the white sauce. Once you make the sauce, pour it over the vegetables and top with cheese.”

Read more: https://www.skinnytaste.com/spiralized-winter-veggie-gratin/

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