Keto Pasta Recipe
Low Carb Spaghetti? How is that possible? How does it work? And what does it taste like? We are here to tell you that low carb, keto spaghetti is real and it is amazing. Want to know the absolute best part? It is easy! Seriously though, this recipe will have you absolutely loving your keto diet and obsessed with the fact that pasta is possible on a low carb diet. You may even start eating this spaghetti every night…
To make this tasty keto pasta recipe, all you need to do is put everything into a blender or food processor and puree the ingredients together until they are totally smooth. You want no lumps, no bumps and no chunks. Get this part right and you will have nice, uniform noodles that will pile up on our plate like pure perfection.
Once you have that super smooth batter, you are going to pour it onto a rimmed baking tray that is lined with a silicone baking mat. These mats are amazing for baking as they prevent baked goods from burning or getting too crispy on the bottom. Also, they are totally non-stick so this runny noodle batter will pop right off the mat and out of the pan after it has baked. If you haven’t already, definitely invest in a set of silicone baking mats.
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Make sure that the batter is super thin on the mat- the thinner the better. The thickness of the batter is going to be the thickness of your noodles. If you want thinner noodles (think angel hair pasta), then divide the batter between two rimmed baking sheets instead of using just one. The thinner pasta will bake faster so be sure to reduce the cooking time and check on the noodles after about 5 minutes to see if they are turning golden around the edges.
Once your noodles have cooked, cool them completely. This will help when it comes to cutting them into perfect strips. We like to use a pizza cutter to cut the noodles as it rolls right through the baked noodles sheet very easily. If you want to get super perfect noodles, use a ruler to guide the pizza cutter so that every noodle is nice and straight. Of course, you don’t’ have to go that crazy if you don’t want to- the low carb pasta is just going to be eaten super fast anyway!
As you cut the noodles you can pile them directly onto your plate or in your serving bowls. Top them with your favorite keto sauce and microwave for about a minute to make the low carb spaghetti nice and hot again. You perfect keto pasta is ready to eat! Pretty simple, right?
This keto noodle recipe is easy and it tastes fantastic. The noodles are plain enough to go with just about any kind of sauce, meatball or chicken that you may want to serve them with. However, they are also loaded with a cheesy, slightly nutty taste that is great on it’s own. Toss the noodles with some butter, sprinkle with some parmesan cheese and call it a meal! Man, it feels good to eat a big bowl of pasta without worrying about carbs…We know you will love it too!
If you’re looking for more pasta recipes, try this keto baked feta pasta from My PCOS Kitchen. It’s creamy, slightly tangy, and makes for the ultimate comfort food!
- 1/4 cup cream cheese, softened
- 2 tbsp butter, softened
- 1/4 tsp salt
- 1 pinch ground black pepper
- 4 tbsp almond flour
- 3 eggs
- Preheat your oven to 300 degrees F and prepare a rimmed sheet tray with a silicone baking mat.
- Place all of the ingredients into a blender or food processor and puree until smooth.
- Pour the batter onto your prepared tray and use an offset spatula or knife to smooth into a very thin even layer. The thinner the better!
- Bake the noodles in the oven for about 8 minutes.
- Remove the tray from the oven and let cool.
- Once cool cut the pasta sheet into very thin strips (like spaghetti!) or, use a pasta machine to cut the noodles by setting it to the spaghetti size and feeding the sheet of cooked pasta through the machine to cut the noodles.
- Use immediately with your favorite keto sauce and toppings!
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