Spiralized Veggie Spaghetti & Protein Pesto Recipe

Spiralized Veggie Spaghetti & Protein Pesto Recipe
Vegetarian, Sugar Free, Dairy Free
The pesto will keep in the fridge for 3-4 days

This Spiralized Veggie Spaghetti and Protein Pesto Recipe is satisfying, delicious and extremely nutritious. Packed with healthy fats from the Raw Walnut Butter and providing a good dose of high quality plant-based protein from the Hemp Protein Powder, this recipe is easy to make and perfect for a vegan lunch or dinner!

  • Sharpe Knife
  • Chopping Board
  • Table Spoon
  • Food Processor
  • Spiraliser (for the vegetable pasta)
  • Vegetable Peeler (in case you don't have a Spiraliser) 



  1. Prepare the cloves of Garlic
  2. Then place the Basil, Walnut Nut Butter, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Hemp Protein Powder and Himalayan Salt into the Food Processor
  3. Blend until it forms a smooth texture (add more Olive Oil if you prefer a thinner consistency)


  1. Using the Spiraliser, spiralise the vegetables to form long, thin curls of ‘spaghetti’.
  2. If you don't own a Spiraliser you can use a Vegetable Peeler but this takes a little longer
  3. Add fresh cherry tomatoes for extra flavour and texture
  4. Add an optional squeeze of lemon juice

Instead of the spiralised vegetables you can use any kind of pasta or even a healthy dose of brown rice. The Protein Pesto is a very versitile and delcious paste that you can use as a sauce, dip or spread. Some of you may be inclined to eat this pesto straight from the pot and you'd be forgiven if you wanted to, it's that good.


Other than the vegetables, this uber healthy 'pasta' dish includes some totally unadulterated ingredients combined to form a pesto of divine proportions. Combining the fresh Walnut Butter and Hemp Protein Powder brings a large amount of 'complete' protein (meaning that you get all essential amino acids), fibre, magnesium, phosphorous, potassium, iron and healthy fatty acids into this pesto. If your on a no a meat diet then all of these elements are essential for building a good immunity, regulating the blood, improving stamina and also helping combat anxiety.

21 May 2015 - 4:56pm