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Homemade Keto Egg Noodles with Almond Flour

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These Homemade Keto Egg Noodles Recipe with a perfect texture and only 4 ingredients and 8 minutes to bake are a perfect addition to your Low Carb Living. Fully Gluten-Free, Low Carb and easy to make, this Low Carb Pasta is perfect to use instead of regular pasta in your soups, casserole, lasagna or with any of the low carb sauces

Egg Noodles on a white plate
Keto Egg Noodles

Our Low Carb Pasta is a perfect replacement when you do not want anymore any of the Zoodles or Vegetable pasta alternatives.

Adding a bit of Simple Keto Basil Pesto or Wild Garlic – Ramp Pesto into one of the sauces will enhance the flavor of your dish and you will have a perfect pasta dish in no time.

Keto or Low Carb Pasta Alternatives

Our family, being Low Carb for the last 8 years, started with very limited choices.

First I found Shirataki Noodles or as some call them Miracle Noodles.  They stayed with us for a very long time as the only alternative with 0 carbs. 

Low Carb noodles with different flavors
Keto Noodles

But then as time has passed, I have found out, there are so many options one would be surprised. I have put them together in our Low Carb Pasta Alternatives post if you are interested to check.

My new find is Palmini Pasta, which I have made super quick and easy TikTok Viral Keto Baked Feta Pasta. You should check that out.

How to make Low Carb Pasta?

Ther are various choices you can pick. Here is a great graph with the mixture I have tried, tested and went through the approval of my family and some of the friends. 

Low Carb Pasta alternatives
Low Carb Pasta Variations

I have already made a perfect Keto Fiber Noodles Recipe which is another alternative to our Low Carb Lifestyle. 

Keto Fiber Noodles I have made plain, which are a bit like Wholecorn Noodles and added spinach for another choice of a beautiful Green variation.

Keto Egg Noodles

Them ost important ingredient here are Eggs. Without Eggs, this pasta would not be possible to make. Eggs add a great texture to our pasta and are the best you can choose. 

If possible use the Free Range Eggs or if you have a choice buy them directly from the farmers you know. 

Only 4 ingredients and 8 minutes to bake you will achieve one of the best Low Carb Pasta alternatives. And I am certain,  you have been waiting for them for such a long time. Enjoy them as you would any regular pasta.

Keto Pasta Dough Recipe spaghetti served inside a rustic bowl
Keto Turmeric Egg noodles

Add them into your soups, use the sheets as a replacement for your Keto Lasagna, or add any of the Low Carb sauce with a sprinkle of cheese on top and enjoy. 

With our Keto Egg Noodles, I have chosen to make a plain Egg variety as well as a bit orange color Keto Pasta by adding Turmeric into the mix. 

Egg Noodles shapes options

When you will have a look at our video, you will see 2 different ways of cutting them as well.

The first one is pretty easy, where all you have to do, is roll the baked dough into a log and with a sharp knife cut the thickness you prefer.

The second option is to let the sheets go through a pasta machine, where you can choose a really thin spaghetti-like shape noodles. Those I have used for our Turmeric Keto Egg Noodles.

Carbs in Egg Noodles

Our Recipe is made for 4 portions. It only contains 1 gram of Carbohydrates with 1 gram of fiber to make this a fully Keto Pasta Dough Recipe. 

How to make Keto Egg Noodles with Almond Flour

4 Ingredients Keto Noodles ready to eat
Low Carb Egg Noodles

Kitchen Gadgets you need to make Low Carb Egg Noodles Recipe

Ingredients you need to make Keto Egg Noodles

STEP BY STEP INSTRUCTIONS ON THE BEST EVER KETO EGG NOODLES

First Step: Prepare ingredients

Depending on what type would you choose, prepare all of the ingredients. Simple basic is only 4 ingredients: Cream Cheese, Eggs, Almond Flour and Butter. Salt or Turmeric are optional and are added if you prefer. Add more spices like garlic powder or Italian Spices if you want to change the taste a bit. 

Homemade Keto Egg Noodles Recipe ingredients

Second Step: Magic Bullet

Add all of the chosen ingredients to the Magic Bullet or any of the kitchen mixer you have available and mix fully into a smooth consistency.

Keto Pasta mix in the magic bullet

Third Step: Pour and Spread

Prepare your baking tray and cover it with a silicone baking sheet. You can also use a parchment paper, but I would advise you to spray it a bit with oil, to prevent the pasta from sticking after baking. 

Pour the whole mixture onto a baking tray. 

Using your spatula or knife, gently spread the mixture evenly, making sure it is spread as thin as you can. With our recipe, you will have the perfect portion for one sheet. 

Keto Egg Noodles mix being poured onto a baking tray

Fourth Step: Bake

Place it into the oven and bake for 8 minutes. 

Fifth Step: Roll and Cut

Once the pasta sheet is baked, let it cool and gently roll into a log. 

Using a very sharp knife, cut the pieces into a pasta size you prefer.

Unroll and place into a bowl ready to serve. 

Low Carb Pasta rolling into a log

Sixth Step: Another Option – Pasta Machine

Another option is using a Pasta Machine as you see in our Video. Cut the whole Pasta sheet lengthwise in the middle. This will give you two long sheets, which should fit through the machine. 

Set the Pasta machine to spaghetti-like size and let it run through. 

You have a perfect Keto Spaghetti to use immediately. 

Keto Noodles being cut with a pasta machine

Tips and tricks for making the best ever Keto Pasta

  • Parchment paper instead of Silicone sheet – yes, but spray with oil a bit
  • Cutting Options: Roll and cut with a knife or use a Pasta Machine for Keto Spaghetti

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

Can I eat Egg Noodles on Keto?

Making the Keto Egg Noodles with our recipe is a perfect option for any Pasta dish on a Keto or Low Carb lifestyle. Because this recipe only requires ingredients fully acceptable in our lifestyle, it makes your Egg Noodles fully Keto Friendly.

What kind of Egg Noodles are Low Carb?

Using our basic recipe, those egg noodles are fully Low Carb. 
You also have a choice of adding various spices or additional vegetables to the mixture. 
In our graph above, you can see other varieties you can try, such as adding Fiber or Psyllium as well. 

Keto Egg Noodles Almond Flour inside a black bowl for serving

Do you have to cook the Keto Egg Noodles?

No, you do not have to cook our Keto Egg Noodles anymore. They are baked for 8 minutes and that is more than enough for you to enjoy those noodles straight away. 
If you do prefer to use them later, you can either microwave it or add it directly into a boiling broth or sauce.

Can I use parchment paper if I don’t have a silicone mat?

If you do not have a silicone sheet, you can use a parchment paper instead. In that case, I would suggest spraying the paper a bit with oil, to prevent the mixture to stick.

Can you prepare Low carb Noodles in advance?

You certainly can. All you have to do, later on, is to heat them up a bit in the microwave or adding them directly to your hot sauce or a broth. 

Keto Spaghetti with turmeric

How can you store Keto Egg Noodles?

Storing them in an airtight container in your refrigerator, they should stay fresh for up to 3 days.
If longer, I would suggest freezing them.

Can you freeze Low Carb Pasta?

Yes, this Keto Pasta thaw in the fridge just fine.

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Homemade Keto Egg Noodles

Egg Noodles on a white plate

These Homemade Keto Egg Noodles Recipe with a perfect texture and only 4 ingredients and 8 minutes to bake are a perfect addition to your Low Carb Living. Fully Gluten-Free, Low Carb and easy to make, this Low Carb Pasta is perfect to use instead of regular pasta in your soups, casserole, lasagna or with any of the low carb sauces.

Prep Time 3 minutes
Cook Time 8 minutes
Total Time 11 minutes

Ingredients

Instructions

    1. Preheat oven to 150 C or 300F
    2. Depending on what type would you choose, prepare all of the ingredients. Make sure they all are room temperature.
    3. Add all of the chosen ingredients to the Magic Bullet or any of the kitchen mixer you have available and mix fully into a smooth consistency.
    4. Prepare your baking tray and cover it with a silicone baking sheet.
    5. Pour the whole mixture onto a baking tray.
    6. Using your spatula or knife, gently spread the mixture evenly, making sure it is spread as thin as you can.
    7. Place it into the oven and bake for 8 minutes.
    8. Once the pasta sheet is baked, let it cool and gently roll into a log. Using a very sharp knife, cut the pieces into a pasta size you prefer.
    9. Unroll and place into a bowl ready to serve.

Notes

  • Second Option - Pasta Maschine - Cut the whole Pasta sheet lengthwise in the middle. This will give your two long sheets, which should fit through the machine.
    Set the Pasta machine to spaghetti-like size and let it run through.
    You have a perfect Keto Spaghetti to use immediately.
  • Add more spices like garlic powder or Italian Spices if you want to change the taste a bit.
  • Parchment paper instead of Silicone sheet - You can also use a parchment paper, but I would advise you to spray it a bit with oil, to prevent the pasta from sticking after baking.
  • With our recipe, you will have the perfect portion for one sheet.

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Nutrition Information

Yield

4

Serving Size

1

Amount Per Serving Calories 180Total Fat 17gCarbohydrates 1gFiber 1gProtein 6g

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Kristina Johnston

Friday 2nd of April 2021

Could this recipe be dropped into boiling broth instead of baking?

Zuzana

Saturday 3rd of April 2021

Not sure, I have not tried it. You will for sure not get noodles like the look. The consistency is very liquid before you bake it. You might as well just drop the whipped egg in.

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Sunday 28th of February 2021

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Ang wiley

Wednesday 24th of February 2021

I've got another question about the eggs. Am I to understand weight of 40 grams is for one egg and the recipe should have 120 grams of egg in it?

Zuzana

Thursday 25th of February 2021

It is all approximate, so you do not use extra-large eggs. And yes, each egg should be approximately 40g.