Posted on August 10, 2016

MyNoodles made with Konjac flour

diet/ food/ review

MyNoodles made with Konjac flour

Konjac flour seems to be the basis of most noodles like this. There’s pasta versions too, but the noodles are usually the safest bet.

With only 7 calories per servings, it’s a great way to bulk up a dish when on a diet. I generally have these with soya mince and veg with some pasta sauce or chilli. Because the noodles are only 7 calories per serving, I don’t feel at all guilty about grating some cheese on top. Sometimes you don’t have to eat less, just smarter. Ha.

Honestly, every brand of these type of noodles have tasted the same. They all cost around the same price, too. But MyProtein often have offers on where they knock off a few quid of products or your whole order if you spend so much. In that respect, you can end up getting quite a lot of food/suppliments at a discount.

The noodles have a slight fishy smell when you open them, train them and give them a rinse and the smell disappears. They don’t taste of anything but absorb the flavour of what you eat them with. The only thing I dislike about these type of noodles i that they seem to clump together. You either get a fork full of them or nothing! But for 7 calories, you can’t complain.

These things are life savers when you’re really hungry and craving bulk.

Get your own here.

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That’s the new Quorn chorizo, too. Which is actually really nice. Please do make sure you cook it first though. I made that mistake, oops.

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1 Comment

  • Reply Anca August 10, 2016 at 9:15 am

    I bought yesterday two packs of Konjac pasta. I am curious how it tastes like, although I’m not ready to give up carbs.

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