Healthy Recipes Using Shirataki Noodles


Shirataki noodles are the new, low calorie way to enjoy pasta dishes. Here are healthy recipes using shirataki noodles that you’ll love!

If you don’t know by now, I am a carb lover!!

If I wasn’t paying attention, I could probably eat a whole loaf of bread by myself. So, you can imagine how excited I was I discovered shirataki noodles.

Shirataki noodles are mostly made up of water and konjac flour, making them extremely low in calories. If you’re someone who needs to eat a large volume of food in order to feel full, this is a great food for that. It allows you to consume large amounts of pasta but for a fraction of the calories that are in normal noodles!

If you want to learn a little more about shirataki noodles and where I buy them, read this post!

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Recipes Using Shirataki Noodles

1.Shirataki Noodles Stir Fry – This recipe uses a lot of different vegetables to give you a colorful vegetarian dish that is great on its own or paired with your favorite protein! The shirataki noodles soak up all the soy sauce turning them a bronze color that is oh so delicious!

Serving Size: 1/2 of the recipe –> 151 calories, 2g fat, 24g carbs, 7g protein

2. Keto Friendly Chicken Parmesan – I love all things carbs. Bread, pasta, you name it. So, I love when I find low calorie versions of the foods I already love, such as this shirataki noodle chicken parmesan! It is easy to make and great for the whole family.

Serving Size: Nutrition info not listed

3. Noodles and Cashew Pesto – While this recipe is high in calories and fat, the majority of those are coming from the cashews, which have about 600 calories per 100g. So, If you want to make a lower calorie version of this dish, just cut down on the cashew amount! Most pestos don’t include cashews anyways, so you should be able to create a similar dish without them.

Serving Size: 1/4 of the recipe –> 658 calories, 49g fat, 17g carbs, 42g protein

4. Keto Ramen with Shirataki Noodles – For those wanting a low carb meal, this keto ramen is just the thing! With each cup of soup only having 120 calories, you can eat a huge bowl and still consume a reasonable amount of calories. Since ramen is so warm and comforting, I’ll definitely have to pull this one out for the winter.

Serving Size: 3 cups (1/4 of the recipe) –> 360 calories, 5g fat, 4g carbs, 50g protein

5. Low Carb Shirataki Ziti – A nice feature of the Miracle Noodle brand, is that they make shirataki noodles in a variety of shapes including fettuccini, ziti, and spaghetti. Because of this, there are lots of options for pasta dishes you can make. Enjoy this ziti with my 3 ingredient low calorie bread, avocado caprese salad, or pink cottage cheese salad.

Serving Size: Nutrition info not listed

6. Low Calorie Chicken Lo Mein – Since life gets crazy, I love having simple recipes that I can throw together, and this chicken lo mein is perfect for that! With just 6 ingredients, it is a go-to fast meal. And if you want a side to go along with it, try this Asian kale salad.

Serving Size: The whole recipe –> 180 calories, 8g fat, 8g carbs, 20g protein

7. Miracle Noodle Carbonara – Do you like Italian food, because I DO! This is a low calorie twist on the traditional Italian pasta dish, Carbonara. While this recipe uses mostly traditional ingredients, you could always make lower calorie substitutions such as using turkey bacon in place of regular bacon!

Serving Size: Nutrition info not listed

8. 10 Minute Thai Veggie Salad – Dressed with a tangy, spicy sauce, this veggie salad makes a satisfying meal that is easy to pack ahead of time or make in the moment. It is refreshing, packed with veggies, and quick to prepare.

Serving Size: Nutrition info not listed

Share your favorite ways to cook and eat shirataki noodles! I’d love to find even more low calorie shirataki noodle recipes.

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