Miracle Noodle and Miracle Rice

Lately I have been obsessed with the miracle noodle products. As you all know, I post weekly photos of my food on Face-book and I am asked  “What are miracle noodles”? So, I decided to do this blog post to help answer some of your questions.

Miracle Noodles Are:

* made of naturally water soluble fiber with no fat, sugar, or starch.
* contain zero net carbohydrates and zero calories, no gluten -made of a healthy natural fiber called Glucomannan.
* wheat & gluten free and kosher.
* Easily absorbs the flavors of any soup, dish, or sauce.
* are instant and come in a variety of styles
* have shown beneficial effects backed by medical studies for Type II Diabetes, Constipation, Obesity, and Cholesterol!


To prepare these noodles is an easy process, just rinse, drain and dry. That’s it! You can use these noodles as a substitute for high carb noodles, they are a great low carb alternative.  They can be added to dishes that include  rice in the recipes listing. This is a great low carb substitute for rice. These noodles do not have a taste of their own, when added to your meals they take on the taste of whatever ingredients they are added too.

I have used these noodles in many of my meals. Here are some of the meal ideas I created using the Miracle Noodles and Miracle Rice products:

Low Carb curry Chicken And Miracle Rice

Low Carb Shrimp Scampi With Miracle Angel Hair Pasta

Caribbean Stir Fry Noodles


Low Carb Chicken Fried Rice


I love these noodles and order them by the case load. They are great to take along when traveling for extended periods of time. I would love your thoughts on this. Have you tried the noodles?

You can order these Miracle Noodle Here

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7 Responses to “Miracle Noodle and Miracle Rice”

  1. Jay says:

    I bet it was, sounds yummy:)

  2. Bonnie says:

    Looks like a similar noodle I’ve boughten called yaki soba..it’s just sweet potato noodles and are delicious!

  3. Jay says:

    I have used them in soups. I will post a recipe really soon, thanks for commenting:)

  4. Betsy says:

    Any recipes using them in a soup?

  5. Barbo Gold says:


    Am very fond of your mom’s minced beef and noodles with veggies.
    Your cooking style is very much like my own. I have liked every
    recipe of yours that I have tried.

    You make low carb eating and cooking a pleasure.

  6. sffronx says:

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  7. Val says:

    I got these noodles recently and I have to agree that they are great! I got a store-bought Indian curry sauce and a cupful (or so) of frozen veggies. I got those simmering in my cast iron skillet for a few minutes and then added the noodles (after rinsing very well – oh, and I discovered that if you rinse for a while in a strainer, and then let them soak for a few minutes in a bowl of water, strain and rinse again, then the smell is gone quickly). I tossed in a handful of roasted pumpkin seeds near the end of the cooking time. They tasted great! I then went onto amazon to sign up for a subscription to get 6 of them every month!


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