6/16/14

Skinny Noodles Shirataki - Low Carb, Gluten and Soy Free Pastas !

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

Skinny Noodles Shirataki from Get Skinny Noodles are low calorie, low carb, gluten-free, and soy-free pasta and rice alternatives. Skinny Noodles are made from a root native to Asia called konnyaku or konjac.


Available in five varieties....

  • Spaghetti
  • Angel hair
  • Spinach fettuccine
  • Macaroni
  • Rice

The products are weight loss and diabetic friendly with 3-4 grams of fiber per serving. To prepare, simply drain and rinse thoroughly; then parboil, microwave, or pan fry for 2-3 minutes. Skinny Noodles are a healthy alternative to traditional pasta, in soups, salads, or stir fry and made in America.

I received a sample box to try out of the different varieties. The first thing that surprised me was they are a wet noodle in water. I thought they would be dry - but they were not. I decided to use the Angel Hair and make a garlic pesto dish for lunch out of them. To prepare them is very simple. To prepare, simply drain and rinse thoroughly; then parboil, microwave, or pan fry for 2-3 minutes.

I simply prepared them to directions, then put in a skillet with olive oil, garlic and pesto and cooked them and enjoyed - very fast. The possibilities are endless. I was impressed with how light they were and they tasted great.  You can use them as an alternative to any pasta or rice dish.  Get Skinny Noodles has a great selections of recipes you can try out here. 



I found a recipe section on smoothies ! Now that one has peeked my interest and plan to try out a smoothie as well. My sister is both Gluten and Dairy Free - so tomorrow I am going to surprise her with a Non-Dairy Strawberry Smoothie with Skinny Shirataki Noodles

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