Miracle Noodle: Super-Low-Calorie Pasta Impresses Again
They aren’t the first brand we’ve interviewed to take advantage of the fiber-rich konjac plant, but doctor-founded Miracle Noodle is certainly making a case for the best usage of konjac in terms of pragmatic improvements to the modern diet.
As Miracle Noodle Founder and President Dr. Jonathan Carp explained to us, “What makes us so special is that Miracle Noodle is 97% water and 3% fiber, which basically means you have noodles, pasta, and rice that have virtually no calories or carbs.”
If this sounds a bit too good to be true to you, you’re not alone, but sure enough, a 6oz package of Miracle Noodles contains a paltry 10 calories and 6 grams of carbohydrates.
By comparison, six ounces of standard wheat-based pasta contains roughly 200 calories and over 40 grams of carbs.
The next logical conclusion for most experienced consumers is “Oh, well, these imitation noodles must have a really weird taste and texture then,” but somehow, they don’t.
Sure, they’re translucent, which is a bit interesting, but our review team unanimously agreed after a round of sampling at the Miracle Noodle booth that they were very close to standard pasta on both taste and texture.
What makes us so special is that Miracle Noodle is 97% water and 3% fiber, which basically means you have noodles, pasta, and rice that have virtually no calories or carbs.Dr. Jonathan Carp, Founder and President of Miracle Noodle
And since you’re freed up calorie-wise to be a little more liberal with sauces, Miracle Noodle has expanded their selection to include ready-to-eat, keto-friendly pasta meals, rice dishes, and even bone broth soup.
We definitely like where this super-accurate imitation pasta movement is going, and right now, it looks like Miracle Noodle and NuPasta are positioned to lead the field.