These Rosemary Sweet Potato Noodles are super delicious and easy! They’re a yummy, comforting, Whole30 recipe to help you get through the week! If you need a quick, easy recipe for a weeknight dinner, this (or a variation on it) is perfect. The noodles come together in a flash, and the meatballs take about 20 minutes from start to finish. For the amount of time this recipe takes, its flavor is astounding!
The last thing I want to do at this time of year is cook, and I’m sure many of you feel the same. I’m crazy busy with finals and college applications, so I’m insanely lucky to have my mom to help me out. She cooks most of my dinners, and I scrounge up random leftovers and things for breakfast and lunch. Without my mom, I would either a) not eat haha or b) run out of time to do everything else. Although she does generally take care of my dinners (thanks Mom, you’re the best!!), there are a few occasions where I have to cook my own food. When this happens, I tend to make eggs or something super simple. That’s where these Rosemary Sweet Potato Noodles come in!
This recipe is so easy that I can make it while I’m multitasking, which is great! It requires very little hands-on time, so you can work in chunks. For example: Chop up some meat. Spiralize sweet potatoes. Cook both things on the stovetop while you do other stuff (i.e. homework). Eat.
See? Super simple! I’ve actually made many variations on this recipe throughout the years, and you can too. Don’t have turkey? Use beef or pork. Don’t eat meat? Substitute vegan meatballs or tofu. Allergic to sweet potatoes? (You poor soul.) Use regular potatoes. The world is your oyster! Like most of my recipes, these Rosemary Sweet Potato Noodles lend themselves well to adaptation.
Thanks for reading! I hope your week is lovely & productive — and if you’re super busy, whip up these Sweet Potato Noodles! You can make them while you do other things and win at life.
p.s. There will be no 2nd recipe & no newsletter this week, but there should be two new recipes and a newsletter next week!
p.p.s.You can make this while you fry up an egg or two to make the best breakfast ever!