#RecipeFriday: low carb style with Skinny Noodles

Happy Friday once again everyone!
I hope you all had a wonderful week and are ready to enjoy the weekend! I am SO ready for the
COLOR RUN 5k tomorrow!
No racing, just fun getting slammed with colored corn starch – Brrrrring it on!!!
Today, I wanted to share another recipe using some surprise ingredients that were mailed to me!


While tooting around on Twitter, a rep from the company got a hold of me to offer samples to try – I was all in! I’ve tried Shirataki noodles maybe once before, but lately haven’t really eaten any noodles or breads. This was the perfect chance to try out a new healthy recipe with some low carb, zero fat, gluten free, zero calorie noodles!
All of our shirataki noodle and rice products are weight loss and diabetic friendly.  Each is zero to low calorie, zero fat, and low carb with <1 gram of carbohydates per serving.  In addition, each provides at least 3 grams of dietary fiber per serving.  So you can eat more (guilt-free!) while feeling full and satisfied. Simply substitute Skinny Shirataki Noodles or Skinny Shirataki Rice for all or part of regular starchy pastas, rice, potatoes, and bread in meals.
I decided to try to make Eggplant Parmesan for the first time to try out these lovely noodle goodies!

Low Carb Eggplant Parmesan w/Skinny Noodles

1 large eggplant
grated Parmesan cheese
minced or dry garlic (flakes)
fresh or dry basil
3 cups of egg whites
2 cups grated mozzarella cheese (low fat/moisture)
1/2 jar non sugar/low sugar tomato sauce/spaghetti sauce
2 bags Skinny Noodles – fettuccine style
Set oven to bake at 360 degrees. Cut ends off of eggplant and peel the skin off as well. Slice into 1/3 inch medallions. Pour egg whites (I used those that come in a carton) into a bowl. Pour out enough grated Parmesan to cover an area you can use to dip the eggplant into (1.5-2 cups – better more than less!) Cover a cookie sheet and/or spray non-stick spray to prep for baking. Take one eggplant medallion at a time and wash/dip into egg whites and then cover with Parmesan. Place on cookie sheet with space between.  When done, sprinkle basil over medallions and bake for 15 minutes one side – flip – then bake for 15 minutes on other side. When done baking both sides, remove from oven and spoon tomato sauce on each medallion to cover the top. Then, sprinkle mozzarella cheese to cover each one. Bake again for another 15 minutes, broiling for a quick minute or two to brown when almost done. Pour out Skinny Noodles in a colander and rinse per instructions. Heat in the microwave 1-2 minutes or boil per package instructions. Plate noodles under the eggplant medallions for serving.
This amount made enough for 4 servings!
Have you ever tried or wanted to try No-Low Carb noodles?
What plans do you have for the weekend?


HI! I'M KAT - I am a pug-mom, wife, NASM Certified Personal Trainer, & Fitness Coach focusing on living the fit life while tackling work, coaching others - doing it all! My blog is to hold me accountable for all the goals I plan on accomplishing and also a way for me to try to inspire others through my own experiences - if I can do it ANYONE can! Fitness is a huge part of my life as well as travel and seeing all that life has to be lived! PAY IT FORWARD!

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    December 14, 2012, 1:08 pm

    I would definitely try these!! I love eggplant parm too! WE BE RUNNIN’ THE COLOR RUN! can’t wait its going to be a blast!

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      December 14, 2012, 1:35 pm

      These noodles are so good! I’m so used to these kind over regular pasta!

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    December 14, 2012, 1:28 pm

    Mmmmmmmm. that recipe looks fantastic!! Have a blast at The Color Run tomorrow; can’t wait to see the pictures!!

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      December 14, 2012, 1:36 pm

      It’s shaping up to be cool here, but excited for this bad boy! 🙂

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    December 14, 2012, 1:34 pm

    OMG that is too FUNNY! We both have the noodles (but different brands!) LOVE IT! 🙂

    Great recipe!

    Pinning and tweeting my friend!

    Thanks for joining in!

    Keep ’em coming!


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      December 14, 2012, 1:37 pm

      Haha! I saw that, how crazy?! Total coincidence! Will do, next up I’ll have cookies!!

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    December 14, 2012, 2:58 pm

    Seriously killer looking recipe!! I need to try this!!! I love egg plant! Happy Friday!!

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    December 14, 2012, 3:29 pm

    Yay for color run!!

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    December 14, 2012, 3:33 pm

    That looks so delicious! And good luck on your run tomorrow! I wanted to do it, but I think I am going to do Color Me Rad instead.

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    December 14, 2012, 4:09 pm

    I haven’t tried those noodles yet, but want to check them out. Your eggplant parm looks amazing. Have a great weekend!

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    December 14, 2012, 5:41 pm

    That looks amazing. I’m coming over for dinner next week. You are going to LOVE the color run. Just don’t laugh with your mouth open. hahahaha

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    December 14, 2012, 7:48 pm

    Looks great Kat. I love eggplant, I will have to give this a go. Have fun at the color run. I will be running the Just Say No to Drugs 10K (a.k.a the Scientology 10k)

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    December 14, 2012, 9:11 pm

    Those look so delicious!!! I tried to pin, but for some reason, Pinterest isn’t finding any of these images. Booo. Now, how will I ever remember where this is? It’s okay. My husband probably wouldn’t be excited about it. 🙁

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    December 14, 2012, 11:11 pm

    Yummy! Have fun at the Color Run tomorrow! 🙂

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    December 15, 2012, 2:35 am

    I just read about the noodles on Candy’s blog. Can’t wait to try them. I just hope I can find them locally. Have fun at the Color Run! It’ a blast 🙂

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    December 15, 2012, 12:00 pm

    I had no idea these existed! Very cool. Were they filling enough?

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    December 15, 2012, 7:40 pm

    That looks sooo yummy!!! Definitely going to have to look into these noodles!!! Can’t wait to hear all about The Color Run! I know you’ll have a blast!

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    December 17, 2012, 6:24 pm

    That looks delicious, but I had those noodles once and was quite repulsed.. lol. Maybe if I smothered it with more sauce and cheese it would have turned out okay.. 😉

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