Recipe Directions

  • 1. Make a batch of raw alfredo sauce.
  • 2. Spiralize your zucchini. 
  • 3. Chop your "primavera" vegetables by hand. You can use any vegetables that you like. But remember that simpler actually tastes better, so don't add too many types of chopped veggies. Try to use 3 types of chopped veggies max. Ideas: button mushroom, tomatoes, red onion, green pepper, broccoli, chopped cilantro, etc.
  • 4. Sprinkle with a bit of pepper once done.

The Rawtarian's Thoughts

By The Rawtarian

Raw pasta primavera... mimicking the taste of good old fashioned Italian pasta in a creamy pasta sauce with fresh chopped veggies. Sounds gourmet, huh? It is! But not as hard as it looks, and no advanced prep is required.

You will require a blender and a spiralizer for this recipe. The blender is required to create the alfredo sauce, and the spiralizer is needed to make the fancy noodles. Alternatively you could use kelp noodles instead of the zucchini noodles. Or if you don't have a spiralizer you can use a carrot peeler to make "noodles" out of the zucchini, but they won't look as nice as mine do :)

Also, you can make this recipe in advance, but do not actually ASSEMBLE it until you are ready to eat. So... you can make the sauce and spiralize the noodles, but keep them in the fridge separately. (Don't actually combine sauce and noodles until ready to eat because "sogginess" will occur!)

Note about alfredo sauce: If you make a full serving of the raw alfredo sauce it keeps in the fridge very well for 3-4 days. One full batch of alfredo sauce makes 4 servings of pasta. (Also, do NOT try to make a half-batch of alfredo sauce because there won't be enough volume in your blender to spin and make the sauce properly, so you really need to make a full batch of alfredo sauce.)

Another alternative sauce: If you have leftover raw ranch dressing that could work instead of the alfredo sauce.

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Nutrition Facts

Nutritional score: 77 out of 100
  • This recipe is low in Carbohydrates.
  • This recipe is an amazing source of Vitamin C.
  • This recipe is an excellent source of Protein, Iron, and Vitamin B6.
  • This recipe is a good source of Dietary Fiber, and Riboflavin.
  • This recipe is a noteworthy source of Vitamin A.

Amounts per 517 g (18 oz) suggested serving

NameAmount% Daily
Calories 530 22 %
Protein 20 g 36 %
Fat 38 g 47 %
Carbohydrates 38 g 11 %
Dietary Fiber 6 g 20 %
Calcium 80 mg 8 %
Iron 7 mg 56 %
Sodium 646 mg 28 %
Source: The Rawtarian, USDA

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This is the BESTEST Alfredo EVER! Thank you for all your hard work to make my eating experience....Michelin starred! ;)

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Love it Freckles! :)

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Wonderful! Thank you for sharing! :)

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Do you have any suggestion for mushroom substitution?

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Hi Ainsley,

The mushrooms aren't integral at all - feel free to omit them entirely, or substitute for your favorite veggie, like sliced red bell pepper, celery or whatever!

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My first raw meal ever and it was fantastic. Even my kids liked it!

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Hi Alex, I'm sooo pleased to hear this. Yay! :)

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jbubonia's Review

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YUM! I should have made this sooner. Simply delicious.

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Indeed! Glad you liked it, Janace! :)

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Delicious!!! My favorite recipe thus far!

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Hi Kalie! I'm glad this recipe hits the spot for you!

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Catherine's Review

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Absolutely incredible!!! So filling and tasty! I don't know how I'm going to get through all of this sauce though... Can it be frozen?

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Hi Catherine! Yes, you can freeze it and then defrost it later

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what kind of spiral cutter do you use. your zucchini noodles look much thicker than the ones I get.

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Hi Mike!

This is my spiralizer: http://tinyurl.com/bzrgrau (it comes with a few blades mounted underneath the unit - I always use the skinny one)

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I bought a spiralizer to make this. Total game changer. Thank you for this recipe..it was amazing. I ate so much but feel light and energized =) Yay raw food!!

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Hi Alyssa! Enjoy your spiralizer - such handy tool! :)

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I loved this. I just used a peeler for the zucchini. I didn't have enough zucchini, so I used two zucchini and two yellow squash.

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Good thinking, Gina. A peeler is all you need! :)

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Linda's Review

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can this be made over brown rice pasta? I did try it with the zucchini and i really was surprised how much I liked it. def going to make it this way again the only thing is my noodles came out a little on the wide side cause i used a peeler lol. But would like to have other options. Thank You so much.

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Hi Linda,

I am sure it would taste good over brown rice pasta, but it would not be considered raw. However, if you are okay with that then go for it!

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Bought the app!! <3 so happy!

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Lovely! Thanks, Alexis! :)

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Alexis Henriksen's Review

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Thank you so much for these down to earth and not over ridiculous fancy recipes. These are basic and simple recipes that you can find the ingredients to at any local store. It saves money, time, stress and energy. I'm a mother of three and stay at home. I had to shop here, here, here, and there. Trying to find a way to be healthy, without compromising one of the above issues! I was pulling my hair out trying to find simplicity! Thanks for lifting one of my heaviest burdens by sharing these recipes.

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Be still my heart, Alexis!! Your note just made my day. SO glad to be part of your daily raw journey. <3

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Amanda @ Create N Plate's Review

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I made this last night for dinner and it was out of this world delicious!! Mmm. I'm actually thinking about going to get some more zucchini for round 2 tonight ;)

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Hi Amanda! I'm thrilled you like! :)

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This is the BESTEST Alfredo EVER! Thank you for all your hard work to make my eating experience....Michelin starred! ;)

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