30 Healthy Mandoline Recipes

Ready to get slicing? We’ve put together 30 of our favorite healthy recipes to make good use of your slicer. Don’t have a Mandoline Slicer yet? Click here. Bring more veggie variety and superfoods into your cooking, cut carbs, explore healthy alternatives from chips to dessert AND easily prepare delish dishes for the whole family that look like a million bucks and cost less than ten!

Hungry, yet? Scroll on to get your fill!

Mandoline Veggie Slices

THE RECIPES:

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1. Mediterranean Cucumber Roll Ups
This dish is very easy to make, delicious and healthy, with smooth, creamy hummus, roasted red peppers and tangy feta. A quick and easy snack you’ll whip up in minutes!

 

Photo Credit: Gail Albert Halaban

2. Fennel and Celery Salad with Pumpkin Seeds
Light and crisp with the rich bite of Parmesan. The shaved fennel and celery really make this dish a refreshing pop of yum! Preparation is extremely easy…prep and mix right in the bowl!

 

Photo Credit: Briane Finke

3. Fried Sunchoke Chips with Rosemary Salt
Sunchokes make perfect golden-brown chips for your snack time. The thinner the sunchoke slices, the better.

 

Photo Credit: Tara Donne

4. Spiced Sweet Potato and Parsnip Tian
This dish is a healthier and lighter take on the usual potato casserole. Easy and beautiful on the table.

 

Photo Credit: Melina Hammer

5. Cheesy Hasselback Potato Gratin
This heavenly baked dish is easy-cheesy! The best use of that impulse buy of a 5-pound potato bag. Your mandoline slicer makes a breeze of the prep work.

 

Photo Credit: Erica

6. Vegetable Tian
This dish offers both beautiful color combination of veggies and exemplary delicious taste. The main ingredients include potatoes, tomatoes and zucchini that are thinly cut and roasted to perfection.

 

Photo Credit: Brian Woodcock

7. Tomato and Peach Salad with Almonds
The combination of peach and tomato provides a distinct yet unique sweet-savory taste in this salad. Adding flavor and crunch is a tasty topping of almonds, mint and more!

 

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8. Mixed Salad with Mango and Proscuitto
You may have heard of melon and proscuitto, but this fresh summer salad brings tropical fusion with mango!

 

spring root and watercress salad

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9. Spring Root and Watercress Salad
This is a colorful and crunchy dish made with a combination of several superfoods and gorgeous root veggies not only loaded with color, but more vitamins and minerals than you can shake a potato at. Feel free to experiment with whatever local tubers are in season. If you’re avoiding wheat, rainbow quinoa is a wonderful substitute.

 

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10. Summer Squash Ribbons with Cherry Tomatoes and Mint/Basil Pesto
This recipe uses squash ribbons instead of the regular squash noodles. The ribbons are pretty when cooked and don’t require a long cooking time. The dish comes out beautiful when basil and cherry tomatoes are added.

 

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11. Sweet Potato, Red Onion & Fontina Tart
This roasted free-form tart is gorgeous and delicious–looks fancy, preps easy. It can be served in any way you want, pizza-style party food, fancy appetizer or main dish.

 

Photo Credit: Kana Okada

12. Summer Squash Ribbons With Lemon and Parmesan
Easy prep, few ingredients, simple and fresh flavor. Enough said!

 

Photo Credit: Paula Deen

13. Carrot, Zucchini, Squash Ribbons
Paula Deen is synonymous with butter, a guilty pleasure of ours. (And not so guilty after all when using unsalted, grass-fed Irish butter, for instance.) A simple combination of garlic, parsley, salt and pepper is really all you need to make the best of an abundant squash season.

 

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14. Salt and Vinegar Zucchini Chips
Are you looking for healthy, yummy chips? This salt and vinegar recipe might just be what you need. It’s very easy to prepare and contains only 40 calories per serving. Healthy, delicious and guiltlessly habit-forming!

 

Photo Credit: Liz Berg

15. Potato Shingled Salmon
Salmon is loaded with brain-boosting fats and Omega-3s. Potato shingles keep moisture in, absorbing flavor and crisping up beautifully. Get the browning without breading the fish.

 

Photo Credit: Antonis Achilleos

16. Grilled Panzanella Salad
Smoky grilled veggies give this salad a rich, hearty feel while still being light fare.

 

Photo Credit: Marisa Westbrook

17. Layered Apple Crisp with Granola Topping
We wouldn’t leave you hanging without dessert! This layered apple crisp with a crunchy granola topping is a perfect companion to single ingredient banana “ice-cream.” Just freeze bananas, blend, freeze again, scoop.

 

Photo Credit: Emily Han

18. Cauliflower Steaks with Ginger, Turmeric, and Cumin
Cauliflower “steaks” are surprisingly sturdy, juicy and hearty. Ginger, turmeric and cumin provide anti-inflammatory qualities, not to mention earthy taste and lovely color to this dish.

 

Photo Credit: Jennifer

19. Root Vegetable Chips
Any way you slice ’em (say, with a mandoline…), these are better for you than a bag of potato chips. Experiment with seasonings all you like–lemon pepper? Smoked paprika and sea salt? Salt and vinegar? Parmesan and dill? The options are limitless.

 

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20. Paleo Onion Ring Buns
Gluten-free and missing burger buns? You’ll wonder why the gourmet burger craze hasn’t discovered these yet.

 

Photo Credit: Amy

21. Zucchini Puff Patry Appetizers
A party in a muffin tin! Surprisingly creamy, beautiful and better than a boring old basket of bread. Try these in a mini muffin tin for cuteness overload.

 

Photo Credit: Melinda Strauss

22. Zucchinioli: Zucchini Ravioli with Spinach Ricotta Filling
Missing pasta? This dish is ravioli packets without the noodles. Inspires experimentation with different fillings…we’re thinking pumpkin-mushroom…mmm…

 

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23. Chipotle Shrimp Jicama Tacos with Pineapple Salsa
Teeny tacos using crisp jicama for shells – a good thin cut will keep them from breaking.

 

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24. Cucumber Feta Rolls
Don’t just think appetizers – these make great packed lunches. Use the thin slice blade option on your mandoline with Persian cucumbers to keep them flexible and load them as heavily as you like!

 

Photo Credit: Kit

25. Zucchini Lasagna with Bolognese Sauce
In the immortal words of Garfield – who doesn’t love lasagna? This recipe uses zucchini “flat noodles” to make the dish healthier and low-carb. That’s right…have seconds…thirds…the whole pan…

 

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26. Parmesan Tomato Zucchini Bake
Simply stack fresh tomatoes, zucchini and summer squash in layers. Top the layers with garlic, onion and Parmesan cheese. Tah dah!

 

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27. Skinny Eggplant Rollatini
Eggplant has often been used in place of lasagna noodles in vegetarian pasta dishes. Double your cheese and add spinach (or our favorite – peppery arugula) to double your veggie intake without feeling like you’re eating rabbit-food!

 

Photo Credit: Danae

28. Zucchini Lasagna Rolls
Here are yummy single-serving lasagna rolls to make this notoriously sloppy dish a bit easier to serve. It’s a healthier take on traditional versions that holds up well to your favorite hearty meat sauce if desired.

 

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29. Cinnamon Sugar Baked Apple Chips
Okay, you can get a little naughty with this one – but we recommend maple sugar or coconut sugar on these to keep them Paleo.

 

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30. Cucumbers in Sour Cream
This dish is a delightful combo of cool, refreshing and creamy. Go organic with the sour cream, you won’t be disappointed.

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Joybel is a happy little fella. She loves eating but also cooks when the mood is right. COFFEE is her blood!

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