I know have said this many times before, but I am a huge fan of Miracle Noodle. They have a ZERO CALORIE pasta that truly wants to make me do flips with excitement. Granted, it’s not as perfect as regular pasta, but for zero calories and zero fat, you just can’t beat it. Plus, I’ve got a ton of weight watcher pasta recipes that incorporates Miracle Noodles and they are super yummy! One of my favorites, in fact, is this zesty Parsley and Lemon Pasta. It’s so light and fresh, and is the perfect summer side dish recipe that goes great with fish or chicken. I also like that you can serve this dish warm or cold! Though, I have found that I like it best at room temperature. Too hot or too cold is not quite as good. The only ingredient that has any calories in this pasta recipe is the olive oil. So each serving comes out to a 0 point value!! LOOOOOOOVE it!!! Seriously, if you haven’t gotten on board with Miracle Noodle yet, you’ve gotta give it a try. You can get SO much quantity from these Miracle Noodle Recipes that you really get filled up and can actually enjoy what you are eating. Seriously, this calorie free, fat free pasta is a Weight Watchers best friend.

Parsley and Lemon Zest Pasta Recipe

– 2 packs Miracle Noodle Mini-Pearls
– 1 Tbsp. extra virgin olive oil
– 1/2 tsp. coarse (kosher) salt
– 1/4 tsp. freshly ground pepper
– Grated zest from 2 lemons
– 1 tsp fresh lemon juice
– 1/2 cup chopped scallions
– 1/4 cup chopped flat-leaf parsley

** You can add more salt and pepper to suit your taste
** Feel free to throw in some other 0 point veggies to jazz it up. I loved it with tomatoes added!

Currently, Miracle Noodles can only be purchased online. CLICK HERE TO BUY MIRACLE NOODLES!!

Drain and rinse the pearls well; transfer to a serving bowl. Add oil and remaining ingredients;
toss to combine flavors. Spoon 1 cup onto each of 4 dinner plates and top with the Weight Watchers chicken recipe or Weight Watchers fish recipe of your choice.

Entire Recipe makes 4 servings
Serving Size is 1 cup
Each serving = 0 point value

*This is not an official Weight Watchers Side Dish Recipe or a Weight Watchers Pasta Recipe.


  1. cheryl Squire Reply

    Oh yeah…they are located in the produce section near all the tofu and wonton wrappers!!

  2. cheryl Squire Reply

    I did look at the website for Miracle Noodles and I found them to be a bit pricey…..however, my local grocery stores sell a soy bean noodle called Shirataki noodle substitute and they are really good. The are around $2 a bag. In the long run it may be cheaper to order them in bulk from the website and I am not sure how these two brands compare but it is worth trying it. I love them.

    • Ooo…yes, the Shirataki Noodles are AWESOME!! If you are lucky enough to have them at your grocery store, they will make a great substitute for the Miracle Noodles.

  3. I, too, love the Miracle Noodles and use them as a replacement in my favorite pasta noodles every chance I get!

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