With the rise of low carb and the fall of gluten, people are looking for ways to replace pasta -- and it turns out the veggies we all need to eat more of, are a shockingly delicious alternative! The List's Teresa Strasser has produce -- the new pasta to add to your To Do List.
1. Make Them From Scratch
The Inspiralizer is a $50 kitchen appliance that turns produce into pasta. Ali Maffucci, author of the cookbook, "Inspiralized,” also shares information and recipes on her website inspiralized.com.
2. You Can Order Online For Home Delivery
The company, HungryRoot.com is a chef created service that does all the work for you. They will send you prepared meals to heat up on the stove or in your microwave. All the meals are less than 500 calories and take less than 10 minutes to make and cost about $10 per meal.
3. Buy Them Prepackaged At A Health Food Store
Shirataki noodles, aka miracle noodles have made a name for themselves in the fitness industry and they’re working their way into the mainstream. They're almost all fiber and low in carbs, calories and -- we admit it -- taste, but it's nothing a good sauce can't cure.