Miracle Noodles are noodles (all sorts of shapes and sizes…even rice!) made of shirataki. According to the interwebs (and Miracle Noodle itself), Shirataki is made from the fiber of the Konnyaku Imo plant. It’s a type of yam, believe it or not. The noodles are made from the fiber of the plant and are super low in cals (and carbs…woo!) and high in fiber. Noodles are gluten free, sugar free, salt free, dairy free, soy free, vegan, and non-GMO. They are really close to the consistency of cooked pasta: soft, sort of jelly-ish (it’s a word now), and not very strong in flavor. Like traditional pasta, shirataki gets its flavor from the foods around it.
Why Miracle Noodle?
Miracle Noodle is a delicious, easy way to replace high-carb, high-calorie food with healthier plant-based alternatives.
Swapping our high-fiber, plant-based substitutes for regular pasta and rice will leave you feeling full, without the calories! Start making healthy substitutions in your diet. Our huge range of low-calorie, low-carb rice, pasta, Ready-to-Eat meals, and sweet treats makes it easy
Perfect for any diet
No matter what diet you’re on, you can still enjoy the food you love, all while gaining health benefits and losing weight.
Why Are Miracle Noodles So Healthy?
The answer to this questions lies in understanding the role of fiber in our diets. Our noodle is made mainly of soluble fiber. Soluble fiber acts to slow digestion. By doing this, it allows for the slower absorption of glucose and is the reason behind its beneficial effects in diabetes.
The soluble fiber found in Miracle Noodles slows digestion and prolongs the sensation of fullness and is an essential part of any weight loss program. You also absorb more nutrients in the foods you eat with Miracle Noodles due to the slowing of digestion.
So I decided it was time to order me up some Miracle Noodles and give them a try myself. The first thing I noticed was that the noodles are packaged in water. I picked up the paper that came with them which cautioned me not to be alarmed if the noodles smell fishy. Or rather, if the water they’re packaged in smells fishy. Okay, I can handle that, especially since they assured me the noodles do not taste that way. Okay, good. Moving on to the “cooking” directions…rinse under very warm water for five minutes, toss with pasta sauce and serve. Wow. Really? Rinse, toss and serve? Okay, still with you, Miracle Noodles, in fact I really like the ease of preparation.