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Keto Pasta

Updated: Dec 11, 2019

Tired of zucchini noodles? Konjac noodles to expensive? Satisfy your pasta cravings with this simple, easy recipe! This keto pasta not only has the perfect macros for a ketogenic diet, but it also mimics the texture and taste of fresh pasta. This keto pasta is going to help you stick to your goals and enjoy your favorite comfort foods!


Total Time: 15 minutes

Servings: 4

Macros per serving:

Calories: 229

Fat: 17g

Total Carbs: 13g

Fiber: 11g

Net Carbs: 2g

Protein: 9g



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Let’s Do This:

  1. Add all dry ingredients into a pile on a clean flat surface or in a food processor.

  2. Mix thoroughly and create a well in the center of dry ingredients.

  3. Add 2 eggs to the center of your well and combine with a fork. As ingredients come together, begin mixing with your hands until a ball forms. This may also be done by pulsing a food processor.

  4. Separate ball into 4 equal parts.

  5. Using parchment paper, roll out dough to about 1/16"-1/8th in thickness, cut dough into desired shape. If you have a pasta maker, use it!

  6. Add pasta to boiling water, cook for 1-2 minutes, and strain.

  7. Enjoy with your favorite sauce or our Alfredo recipe!

*Note* depending on your husk powder, the noodles can look a bit purple/gray after cooking. Different brands of husk powder experience it differently. They are still perfectly fine to eat and taste the same. I've noticed that cooking it in butter instead of boiling cuts down the color changing affect slightly if it bothers you.


How We Did It!

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27 Mar 2022

Please answer the questions!!


How well does it work in a soup? I'm really missing some of my soups as winter approaches!


Do we have to cook it straight away? How many days can it be kept in a refrigerator? Can we freeze for later use?


How long will it keep after being made?! I made it at 1 PM and dinner won’t be until 5 PM.

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