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Low-Carb Pasta Recipes

7 Recipes That Kick the Carbs Out of Pasta

Low-carb and gluten-free eaters can still partake in the pleasures of pasta — it just takes a little creativity. If you're jonesing for Fall comfort, forget that big bowl of noodles, and try one of these recipes to help reduce your carb and grain consumption tonight.

Roasted Spaghetti Squash With Shrimp

Photo: Lizzie Fuhr

Spaghetti squash is one of the easiest subs to your favorite traditional pasta recipes. This clean and simple recipe for roasted shrimp over spaghetti squash is an elegant supper packed with protein and iron.

Spaghetti Squash Mac and Cheese

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Is there anything more decadent than a bowl of mac and cheese? If you're looking to lighten things up the next time you dig into this indulgent dish, opt for spaghetti squash mac and cheese, a twist on tradition that amps up the nutritional value as it cuts back on calories and carbs.

Broccoli Slaw "Pasta"

Photo: Leta Shy

This cheesy, garlicky recipe from healthy chef Hungry Girl is the best of both worlds — this broccoli slaw "pasta" is as fast to make as any simple pasta dish and it doesn't come overloaded with carbs.

Cheesy Veggie Pasta Bake

Photo: Jenny Sugar

If you're looking for something a little cheesier, try this gluten-free veggie pasta bake that replaces traditional pasta with spaghetti squash.

Zucchini Noodles Aglio et Olio

Photo: Lizzie Fuhr

Grain-free and dairy-free zucchini noodles with garlic and oil is a delicious Paleo-friendly pasta that covers many of the potential dietary restrictions at your table. The best part of this recipe is the almond-flour "breadcrumbs" sprinkled over the top.

Paleo Carrot Noodles

Photo: Jenny Sugar

Go to bed without the bloat with another bowl of healthy "pasta." This Paleo carrot pasta is comforting and filling without making you feel stuffed.

No-Mac and Cheese

Photo: Leta Shy

What's the secret to making a pasta-less mac and cheese just as irresistible as the classic? Cauliflower, the perfect vehicle for a cheesy, creamy sauce made from cheese, coconut milk, butter, and coconut flour. While this gluten-free no-mac and cheese is under 400 calories, note that it's high in saturated fat, so enjoy this comforting dish in moderation.

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