Spiralizer Express - £20 @ Morphy Richards
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Spiralizer Express - £20 @ Morphy Richards

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Found 13th Jan
Spiralize your way to five a day. Prepare fresh, healthy meals with a fun and easy twist. The Spiralizer Express is the fun and easy way to create nutritious meals for all the family.



Get Creative!

You can spiralize a variety of fruit or vegetables including courgette, sweet potato, cucumber, carrot, onion, butternut squash, beetroot, celeriac, parsnip, radishes, pear, apple, cabbage and broccoli stem. Experiment and enjoy!

So Versatile

The Spiralizer Express comes with 2 interchangeable blades for producing different sized spirals. One blade is creating Spaghetti and the other is for ribbons, great for Courgette and Sweet Potato Ribbons.

Fun, Quick & Easy

Create spirals in seconds - cooking a quick, nutritious meal for the family has never been so easy. Spiralizing is also great for teaching children about healthy, nutritious food whilst having fun in the kitchen.

Fun and healthy carb alternative

Spiralizer Express is great for health-conscious chefs, as you can fill your meals with nutrient rich vegetables. You can enjoy spiralized vegetables and fruit either raw or cooked within a dish of your choice. Create a simple Courgette Bolognese by swapping pasta for courgette spaghetti, using the dedicated spaghetti blade.

Nutritious & Delicious

We have provided a variety of delicious recipes which can be found inside the product instruction manual. It will also give you inspiration for creating a variety of starters, mains and deserts just using the Spiralizer Express.

Inspirational recipe ideas

Download the dedicated Cook and Create App from Morphy Richards, for more inspirational recipe ideas.

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Also £19.98 delivered from Amazon, was looking at this but not sure after reading the reviews.
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I bought one of these a couple of weeks ago from Morphy Richards it was delivered in a couple of days, i've only used it a few times but I was impressed, a very quick, easy to clean option from the manual one I was using. 2 blades for thin or thick slices.
Don't forget 10% Quidco
I also bought one about a month ago. And it’s absolutely rubbish. Don’t even bother. A lot of vegetables left over. Some vegetables just keep spinning and turn all mushy. Also it keeps cutting off due to the top part slipping out of its grooves when you put something like a carrot inside.
Just cut up your veg it’s that simple!!
Well this is clearly destined for the graveyard of kitchen appliances in the back of your cupboard after 2 uses...
£17.99 in The Range last weekend. Still might be that price.
These are garbage, bought from Costco, took it back, in the end we bought the veg bullet... Now that's awesome
you_gotta_be_kidding15 m ago

These are garbage, bought from Costco, took it back, in the end we bought …These are garbage, bought from Costco, took it back, in the end we bought the veg bullet... Now that's awesome


Yes, my other half loves her veg bullet
Maybe a good price, but don’t buy this as it doesn’t work unless you use soft veg. Try on a firm carrot and it really struggles. I returned mine to Costco over a year ago. Bought a manual spiral user which is great at half the price.
Ordered one last week from amazon, arrived next day with prime delivery. Have had no problems spiralizing carrots, have even found that the knack to getting really long spirals is to start with the top of the carrot. Has worked perfectly for courgette and sweet potato too. Cooked beetroot was too soft, apple wasn’t great but it was a soft one
just went on their site and if you enter your email, you apparently get a further 8% off, so potentially could get it for £18.40.
iGlad10 h, 12 m ago

Just cut up your veg it’s that simple!!


These are targeted at kids. It's to make them eat veggies by shaping it like noodles.
iGlad14 h, 22 m ago

Just cut up your veg it’s that simple!!



I have depression something "simple" can be a major task for me so think about that, but at the same time years ago I remember saying to someone it was simple to build a pc and they said thats because I have experience in it.
iGlad14 h, 57 m ago

Just cut up your veg it’s that simple!!


Have you tried cutting up a butternut squash into noodles?
ao4real8 h, 40 m ago

just went on their site and if you enter your email, you apparently get a …just went on their site and if you enter your email, you apparently get a further 8% off, so potentially could get it for £18.40.


Hi, Correct I posted in the description.
Bluebella8 h, 43 m ago

Have you tried cutting up a butternut squash into noodles?


Why the hell would I want to do that?
iGlad16th Jan

Why the hell would I want to do that?


Because you can get fresh meat out of it
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