Gluten free anything has been all the rage for quite some time now. So whether you’re a gluten free enthusiast, just a newbie or actually have gluten intolerance (coeliacs disease), this list will help anyone seeking a gluten free life transition with sheer ease! From vegetables to beans and other things in between, no longer will one have to rule out pasta completely. So strap on your apron and get ready to try some new guilt free alternatives to traditional pasta today! Enjoy!
Adzuki Bean Noodles
Looking for a vegan and gluten free noodle? Try adzuki bean noodles. They are made of adzuki beans, soybeans and water! They are a nutritional powerhouse that be enjoyed without the guilt!
Edamame And Mung Bean Fettucine
Fettuccine without the gluten fear, anyone? Use edamame and mung bean fettuccine in your next dish. Unlike many gluten-free pastas, edamame and mung bean fettuccine won’t ever overcook and it has the al dente texture you expect from pasta. To top that, it’s ridiculously nutritious and delicious.
Are you a fan of edamame? If so, edamame noodles should work well for you! Indulge in the nutritional value you expect with the great taste of fresh pasta!
Shirataki noodles are a type of Japanese noodle made from the konjac yam. They are thin, translucent, gelatinous, largely composed of water and glucomannan; a water-soluble dietary fiber. They are pretty expensive, but extremely low in carbs and calories.
Perfect for a cold or hot dishes, carrots instantly become noodles with the use of an easy operate spiralizer. Add some color to your next gluten free pasta dish with carrots!
Zucchini noodles are another favorite of spiralizer fans worldwide! Zucchini is very rich in Vitamin A, giving you a power packed nutritional gluten free pasta option!
Black Bean Noodles
With just black beans and water, black bean pasta is a splendid gluten free pasta option. The nutritional value of these noodles are five star — low carb, high fiber and extremely high protein make these noodles a winner.
Cassava or yuca, which it’s also referred to as is a long tuberous starchy root. When combined with water, it makes a wonderful high fiber, gluten free pasta option!
Quinoa is a superfood that is often mixed with lentil, bean, corn, or rice based flour to make noodles. It is a great high fiber and high protein gluten free pasta option!
Corn pasta comes in many shapes and sizes, from spaghetti to elbow and everything in between. It’s very important to read the directions and follow the cooking instructions very carefully as this pasta will get mushy if overcooked. Otherwise, its a great gluten free option for a variety of pasta dishes.