Low Carb Noodle Mix

A low carb noodle mix that is ready in your pantry.

This low carb noodle mix makes having homemade noodles a breeze. Elizabeth was kind enough to let me share how she makes this mix and uses it in her Trim Healthy Mama Journey. This recipe is going to be a “Drive Thru Sue” pantry staple


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A great part about noodles made from this noodle mix is that they are both low carb and low fat making them versatile in meal prep. The texture is wonderful, honest it really is. And with an inexpensive noodle press you have homemade pasta in minutes!

Low Carb Noodle Mix Inspiration

This low carb noodle mix is adapted from my Homemade Pasta Dough, which inspired these popular recipes:

I have more recipes coming that use these noodles or if you prefer the Not Naughty Noodles from Trim Healthy Mama you can use those in place of spaghetti.


About the Low Carb Noodle Mix Ingredients

This noodle mix uses two really great special ingredients from Trim Healthy Mama. You can use other brands however they may change the taste of these noodles slightly.

Glucomannan Powder : While Gluccie is a bit pricey, it cannot be beaten for use in this noodle mix. Pure konjac fiber swells when liquid is added in this case water or chicken broth without adding a major calorie load. THM offers it in a one pound bag which is great for measuring in recipes like this.

I have used NOW brand glucomannan powder also

Oat Fiber: I know you have heard me say it before but all oat fiber is NOT the same!! THM oat fiber and Lifesource oat fiber are far superior to any others. They are white fiber powder with no weird taste compared to others that are tannish and have a stale/cardboard taste.

Trust me you can tell the difference and you will never look back.

How to Store Your Noodle Mix

Elizabeth uses a 72oz Jar like the one in this set of Canisters.


You can also use any BPA Free canister that you have on hand. Like these from OXO.


My Favorite Noodle Presses

I absolutely adore this little noodle press. It makes pressing out the noodles as easy as 123. It is easy for littles to help with dinner prep. and super simple to clean.

This press is another one of my favorites because it has the ability to make other shapes of pasta as well as can be used for grinding meats and stuffing sausage casings.

Both of these work great with my Homemade Pasta Dough and this Low Carb Noodle Mix.


How To Make Low Carb Noodle Mix

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Low Carb Noodle Mix
Nutrition Information
  • Serves: 36
  • Serving size: ⅓ cup
  • Calories: 18
  • Carbohydrates: 17g
  • Sodium: 897mg
  • Fiber: 15g
  • Protein: 1g
  • Cholesterol: 0mg
Recipe type: Side Dish
Cuisine: American
A quick and easy low carb noodle mix that can be stored in the pantry.
  • 2 cups THM Glucomannan "Gluccie"
  • 4 cups THM Oat Fiber
  • 1 cup baking powder
  • 1 Tablespoon Salt
  • 1 tablespoon garlic powder
  • 1 tablespoon onion powder
  • 1 cup coconut flour
  1. Mix it up dry with a hand mixer, run through the sifter, and store in a 3½ quart jar
To Use:
  1. Use ⅓ cup mix for each egg white and ½ cup chicken broth or water.
  2. Process in a food processor until dough forms.
  3. Press Pasta through an extruder or roll and cut noodles

8 thoughts on “Low Carb Noodle Mix

  1. Two CUPS of gluccie?! Is that correct? That’s a LOT of gluccie! Is the pasta rubbery? How much pasta does one recipe/jar make?

    Thanks much!

    1. The pasta is not rubbery in my opinion. This is a Bulk mix so it makes multiple family size servings. Yes the 2 cups is correct. If you want a smaller batch to try.. please use the homemade pasta dough 🙂

  2. The directions for cooking for the single recipe say that frying or baking reduces the slime factor but it doesn’t say oven temp or cooking. time.

    1. Yes, this mix is from a large family mama… it makes 12 batches of noodles and they expand when cooking — 1 batch of noodles (1/3 cup mix) will feed 3-4 people

  3. For several years I’ve made a similar pasta recipe from Buttoni at low carb friends, that uses these ingredients, but in different proportions. I use the proportions 3:3:1 for glucomannan, oat fiber, and coconut flour instead of 2:4:1 as in this recipe. Since I’ve come to add much more coconut flour than Buttoni’s recipe called for, I like the noodles far better. I can’t wait to try these with your proportions of more oat fiber and less glucomannan.

    I have that same little pasta extruder, too, and it works like a charm. I like your idea of making up the dry mix as well and just using what you need for a recipe. thanks for this!

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