WHAT? I know – Well it’s technically not CALORIE FREE but the whole packet is 10 calories! Check it out!

I got these from Thrive market and they are, honestly, a little strange. They are called wonder noodles. They have the same texture of noodles but are essentially just clear noodles with very little nutrient value.

So why would you want to eat them? It’s an easy swap! I’m always looking for a way to improve my diet so I wanted to give these a try. Now let me be clear: I am not low carb. Carbs are good, you need carbs. I don’t however like refined and processed pasta and that sneaky sugar is in everything!

So while the boys had a can of ragu alfredo with shrimp and regular noodles, I was enjoying my wonder noodles, shrimp, spinach and my favorite primal kitchen garlic alfredo sauce! 10/10 recommend!

The noodles need to be seasoned, I added garlic salt, parmesan cheese, and pepper before the sauce. So the noodles: My goal is fat loss so I can see the purpose for these noodles, but once I’m to maintenance stage of my weight I would probably eat some real pasta again. I don’t love how they have 0 nutritional value but they are a good substitute if you’re looking to make a few swaps in your diet. Thanks for reading friends!

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  1. Carolyn
    January 27, 2021 / 5:42 pm

    Thank you for the tip. I looked up the noodles, and they also have a 10 calorie rice available from Amazon. I’m pretty excited about it.

  2. Cindy F
    January 27, 2021 / 5:49 pm

    I grew up eating these noodles prepared in the Japanese dish, sukiyaki. We always called them rubber band noodles….lol. I continue to eat them and my family loves them prepared that way. I always rinse them well before using.

  3. Carolyn
    January 27, 2021 / 10:17 pm

    I haven’t bought those in a while. But I remember that you really have to rinse them to get the smell off

  4. Sharon Bultman
    January 27, 2021 / 11:28 pm

    Have you tried spaghetti squash, it is good fiber, and takes on the flavor of any sauce you use.

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