Veggy Shirataki noodle Soup

Here is a recipe that is very easy, and it is virtually free of calories.

For people who love noodles, but cannot eat them all the time due to the calories, Shirataki noodles which are made of tofu can help you to keep the calories at bay.


1 cup vegetable broth

1 cup cubed celery

1 cup cubed carrots

1 small white onion

2 cups fresh spinach

You can also add any of your favorite veggies

First boil all veggies for about 15 minutes without noodles.

Add a bag of Shirataki noodles that you have strained and rinsed very well. They have a strong odor if you do not rinse well.

Add noodles and boil another 5 minutes.

This is a great soup to have around the house when you need a snack that is low in calories.

An eight ounce bag of Shirataki is only 40 calories. no fat,  3 carbs 30 mg  sodium, 2 grams fiber

I find these noodles at my local health food store. Remember that they need to be refrigerated.


It counts as 0 points on Weight Watchers

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6 Responses to “Veggy Shirataki noodle Soup”

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  3. Sheila says:

    Thank you Doris. I wanted to let you know that Miracle Noodles can be found at health food stores, selected food markets including Whole Foods Markets in the US. Looking forward to making your soup recipe this weekend. have a good weekend!

  4. Sheila says:

    Hi, your Veggie Shirataki Noodle Soup look fantastic! Thank you for sharing this with everyone. I use Miracle Noodle brand for soups and stir frys. They have zero calories. no fat, no sodium, sugar or starch, and zero net carbs. Their website and Facebook page have a a site where you can find the stores that have them, many whole foods carry them too. I plan to make your Veggie Soup recipe this weekend:)

    • doris says:

      Thank you so much Sheila! I love having noodles in my soup again. Also, thanks for the suggestions on where to find whole foods. I find many whole foods through my local Farmer’s Market. We have a great open market in the summer here in Hamburg, New York. Thank you, Doris

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