Healthy Garlic Chicken Sausage Goat Cheese Zoodle Recipe

I'm a firm believer in the fact that you can never have too much garlic.

Exhibit A: Today's recipe.  Multiple garlic themed components came together to make this quick and easy week night meal.  Just beware if you are making it on a week night where there is a chance you will be smooching someone later...cause you may need an extra dose of mouth wash to come away minty fresh after devouring this plate of healthy, garlic filled goodness.


Luckily for me I whipped this up on Monday night and had NO ONE to kiss that night so me and my garlic breath just had a party by ourselves. Me, myself and my garlic breath and PJ pants. Ah, living the good life. Wait. Should I really have started that sentance with luckily for me? ;)

Nah, I really am living the good life because this dish tasted amazing and I could eat this whole plate of food for only 525 calories with zero guilt involved!

Garlic Chicken Sausage Goat Cheese Zoodles

Ingredients: 



I found this dressing at my local Giant and it has AWESOME macros.  Two tablespoons is only 45 calories 2g carbs and 4g fat.

Steps: 

Create zucchini noodles or "zoodles" by spiralizing your large zuchinni.  I use this spiralizer (affiliate link) and one large zucchini gave me about 330g of zoodles.
    1. Sauté the zoodles in a large pan on medium heat with a spoonful of minced garlic until tender, stirring occasionally.
    2. Add in 3 tablespoons of Roasted Balsamic dressing, mix and set aside.
    3. Sear three chicken sausage links in a pan
    4. Once heated chop sausage into bite size pieces and mix with 1oz of goat cheese to create a creamy sauce.
    5. Serve chicken sausage over zoodles

      Nutritional Information:

      One serving was 524 calories and 24g carbs, 30g fat, 42g protein.

      7 comments

      1. Looks delight. I'm trying to stay away from dairy though so any advice on how to make it a little creamy without the cheese?

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        1. Delish, I meant. Darn auto correct

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        2. Delish, I meant. Darn auto correct

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        3. you could make your own cheese sauce with almond milk, flour, and lactose-free shredded cheese!

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      2. It looks delicious and so easy! Thanks!

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      3. It looks delicious and so easy! Thanks!

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      4. Going to try this tomorrow! SO excited, thanks!

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