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You can soon get your zoodles in the freezer aisle


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Remember the days of having to drag out your spiralizer to get quality veggie zoodles? Soon, picking up a fresh pack at the grocery store isn’t the only way to avoid the prep and the cleanup; there are some options heading to the freezer aisle, too.

Frozen-veggie purveyor Green Giant is reportedly capitalizing on the zoodle craze by releasing four new options that won’t rot in your fridge if you don’t use them in time.

In a recent Instagram post, Lisa Lillien of @HungryGirl revealed the new line, Veggie Spirals, is slated to hit a store near you in January 2018 in four different varieties: zucchini, butternut squash, beets, and carrots:

Not only does this allow you to have a quick meal option constantly at the ready, but the product is also super healthy: According to Lillien, all varieties are 100 percent vegetable (presumably meaning no weird added ingredients), making them compatible with practically any diet—Paleo, vegan, you name it. Looks like easy, healthy dinners are getting increasingly hassle-free.

These spiralized veggie recipes belong on your holiday table. Also, you can get these ready-to-cook vegetable noodles sent straight to your door.