Low carb noodles can be a tricky recipe to get right, however, Zucchini noodles are possibly one of the easiest vegetables to turn into noodles, and they taste really good!
With a good spiralizer and a couple of ripe zucchini’s, you’ll have a gluten free, low carb, keto friendly version of your favorite pasta in half the time it takes to make normal pasta.
It’s not often that the gluten-free, low carb version of the real thing is quicker to make, but in this case, zucchini noodles definitely beat the pants out of normal pasta. You can eat them raw, or cooked in the sauce that you make them in. I love these noodles with sauces such as bolognese, carbonara or Milanese.
Which Spiralizer Is Best For Zoodles?
So nourished do a fantastic job with making quality products. Most of their range is low carb, but this spiralizer, in particular, is one of the best I’ve ever used. You can get it here, or simply by clicking on the picture above. I use it in all my recipe videos, as its simply the sharpest darn spiralizer I’ve ever used.
Easy Low carb noodles are simple and make it so easy to taste delicious. You’ll enjoy how easy Zucchini Noodles is to make once you get started in the kitchen.
If you are looking for more Noodle recipes like this, you are going to love my other Dinner recipes on the blog that are just as delicious is this one, or you can download my Best Selling Keto Cookbook and get even more great keto Dinner recipes.
Or if you are looking for more Zucchini Pasta recipes sequenced into an easy keto meal plan, then you’ll enjoy my 4-week keto meal plan, filled with many more Dinner ideas like this recipe.
How many calories in Zucchini Noodles?
If you’re wondering How many calories in Zucchini Noodles?, then hopefully I can answer this question for you.
The nutritional information can be found here for this recipe:
How many carbs in Zucchini Noodles?
That’s a good question. Well, I also wondered about How many carbs in Zucchini Noodles? before I created this recipe, so you’re not alone! If you look above, hopefully, the nutritional information panel can answer this question, but if it doesn’t, you can always leave a comment below and I’ll answer as promptly as I can.
I hope you enjoy this Soft Zucchini Noodles as much as I did testing, creating and photographing this recipe. Don’t forget to share this Zucchini Noodles with a friend in need, or anyone who would be excited about finding a perfect Soft Zucchini Noodles.
Until Next Time.
- 2 Large Zucchini
- Wash your zucchinis, and cut the root end off the zucchini so you have a flat surface to attach your spiralizer to
- You can also optionally remove the skin if you desire, but I always keep it on for extra fibre.
- Using either a hand spiralizer, or a large bench top spiralizer, place the flat side into the blades of the device, and begin to twirl.
- The middle core should come out clean, and your zucchini noodles are ready to use.
- Add to your favorite pasta or noodle soup by mixing into the pan 2 minutes before the dish is ready to be served.