Does the Veggetti Really Work?

Does the Veggetti Really Work?
Does it realy work?

Does Veggetti Work? A lot of people have been caught up in the new trend of making their own pasta,and there are lots of machines on the market to help with this. But what about the idea of making pasta from your veggies? This is what the Veggetti allows you to do, but the question is how appealing is the finished veggie pasta?

There definitely is a swing towards healthier living. More and more people want to make their own foods from scratch so they can eliminate the unwanted additives. As a result more innovative ideas to allow for this are being put to good use. The Veggetti is a pasta machine that allows you to make pasta from squash and zucchini. The idea behind this is to give people an option of having a pasta that isn’t loaded with fats and carbs.

The Claim
The company claims that its quick and easy to make the pasta. They say that you can choose between spaghetti cuts or the thicker fettuccine type. According to the Company the Veggetti is not just limited to these two types of vegetables either. Apparently the machine can handle carrots and potatoes, for example. If you want to make garnishes with this unit then according to the Company this is easily done as well.

The Hype
The hype for this product zeros in on two major concerns that many people want addressed. They want the opportunity to prepare homemade foods from scratch but with a minimum amount of work. This product is designed to accomplish this. The second big area of concern is keeping the fat and carbs out of the diet without compromising their favorite foods, like spaghetti, for example. The Company is making it well known that they have addressed this problem as well. The veggies that can be used in this unique pasta maker are going to allow for this. Healthy food and diet control are two big issues and the hype for this particular product is centered all around this.

The Cost
If you are ready to pay $29. you are going to get the Veggetti, the Gourmet Recipe Guide and the bonus Super Slicer. If you want to add an extra $7. to your order which is shipping and handling you will get a second set as well. There is a 30 day money back guarantee minus the shipping and handling.

The Commitment
We all have tons of nifty kitchen gadgets and impressive small appliances in our kitchen cupboards, but the problem is once the novelty of these wears off they tend to become forgotten about. If the Veggetti really does all it is claimed to do then this is a device that you could really put to use on a daily basis. You are going to have to take the time to master its capabilities then plan your menus where this little appliance can help you save time and eat healthy.

There are several important points to consider when evaluating this interesting veggie pasta maker. First though there is a similar product on the market like the GEFU Spirelli Spiral Cutter which sells for about $18. which has about a 3.9 star rating. With the offer being presented for the Veggetti you are getting comparable value when you consider the little extras that come with it. One of the enticing features about this product is that it could be an ideal way to entice those that are crazy about veggies to consume them in the pasta form that this unit will produce. Then when you compare it in size to some of the bulkier more traditional pasta makers this particular one is much more compact and seems much easier to use and clean.

Final Veggetti Review

We’re going to give this product a solid Try/Buy rating. Being as there are similar products on the market it stops us from giving it a full thumbs up. Comparative products may be made of components of better quality for example. Overall though the concept of being able to present veggies in this fashion is really appealing.

Our Recommendation
Keeping up with your quota of veggies every day can be challenging. Almost everyone loves pasta and when you can combine the two then it really does create a win-win situation. The types of veggies that can be prepared with this product really do go well with a variety of sauces so serving them as a pasta with a sauce selection is sure to make your meals a big hit. Still when it comes to vegetables and their need for being fresh you have to use some caution as to how they are prepared and what you do with this. There have been other vegetable related products that have come out on the market like the Refresh Veggies that are quite questionable.

What do you think? Does Veggetti work or not?


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Jaba August 11, 2015 at 10:41 pm

I’m having a real problem with how WET the “noodles” are. It’s like when making hash brown potatoes, you have to squeeze out the liquid, otherwise, they really taste gross and don’t cook properly. I’ve tried cooking the zucchini directly in the sauce, but the end product is still more fluid in the gravy than what I stared with. Not very appetizing.


bikehikenc2 August 18, 2015 at 1:01 pm

I just leave my zuchinni noodles raw and when you pour your sauce etc…over them it is sufficient to heat/steam them. Even my hubby enjoys them this way. GIve it a try and see what you think.


Dennis September 22, 2016 at 10:58 pm

I used this product for the first time today. I made pasta out of yam, carrot, squash & cucumber. I like how it came out. I can see myself using this product regularly. I did notice a lot of wetness with squash & cucumber (and they can start to squish when you have to apply more pressure to turning it in grater), but the yam & carrot were very firm so it helped balance out the dish. The final product actually had good crunch to it. I only sauteed in oil olive with seasoning. I put firmer veg in first then wet veg. My only concern now is how to clean it by hand and be sure I get out any tiny food particles. Also, turning the veg into machine is a good workout. Overall, I give the product a satisfactory rating and I only paid $10 for it from Marshall’s so I’m pleased–not ecstatic, but pleased.


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