NoOodle Chicken Soup

I am SO excited about today’s Fabulous Food Find, NoOodle, I don’t even know where to begin. Recently, the founder of NoOodle, Chef Terri Rogers, reached out to me and asked if I’d like to try out her product. I was unfamiliar with what NoOodle was, so I immediately went to her website, to check it out. And I read that Chef Terri had started creating NoOdle dishes in her restaurant by using the popular Shirataki noodles in some of her recipes. Terri says “Thru lots of research & recipe development I figured a way to “Americanize” a Japanese staple. I am excited to share with you our brand new product line that is different than anything else on the market today.” NoOodle offers both Soup Starters and Meal Starters which feature the guilt free Shirataki noodles, and are just 1 Point per serving! In fact, the entire box (which consists of 2 servings) is still just 1 Point! Terri’s goal is to create a “world where we can eat all the noodles we want without the guilt”. And I am TOTALLY on board with that concept. Keep reading to learn more about NoOodle and to get a 40% off discount code!

NoOodle Guilt Free Noodles

I had a chance to try four of the NoOodle products: the Chicken Noodle Soup, Tomato Risotto Soup, Angel Hair with Tomato Broth and Angel Hair with Chicken Broth, and let me just say, I am absolutely hooked! Why it took so long for someone to come up with the idea of ready to go foods featuring the Shirataki Noodles, I have no idea. But I am SO glad I now know about them…they are life changing. The soups were perfect as is…I thought they were delicious. I added nothing to them but Terri can suggest a lot of different ways that you can use the soups and the meal starters in her recipes. Make sure to check them out! All of her soups and meal starters are just 1 Point per serving, and all except the Tomato Risotto, are also just 1 Point for the whole 16oz box! (The Tomato Risotto soup is 3 Points for the whole box.) All of the NoOodle products are all natural, gluten free and fat free. Seriously you guys, this stuff is the real deal. Terri even offered to hook us all up with a Summer Slim Down 40% off discount off of all orders. The coupon code is SSD. So, if you want to give NoOodle a try, now would be the perfect time. I cannot say enough good things about how fantastic NoOodle is and I believe it can be a tremendous aid in helping us lose weight while still helping us feel very satisfied. I mean, who doesn’t want to eat a lot of noodles and feel no guilt?!?!?

Serving size is 1 cup
Each serving = 1 Point

PER SERVING: 20-50 calories; 0-0.5g fat; 4-12g carbohydrates; 2-7g protein; 1-3g fiber

NoOodle Tomato Risotto

NoOodle Meal Starter with Chicken Broth

NoOodle Meal Starter with Tomato Broth


  1. Michelle

    I’m so excited to this! I have been wanting this to happen! I just wonder why it has taken so long!!

  2. Oooh… I’m excited to try these. Thanks for posting!

  3. Hi there,

    I LOVE your site! It truly is amazing. I cannot find where to order these NoOodles in the flavors you have shown us. I just see the plain packs which honestly I have tried over and over and still have difficulty swallowing them! No pun intended. I am a professional chef who has now gone private and I since also being a W.W. member, I cook for people who want delicious food that is low in everything and your site inspires me so much. So, can you lead me to where I can order these and take advantage of the 40% discount and also can you help me get that Mountain bread you showed us last time. I went crazy looking for that. I think you are in Canada and I in in North Carolina!! I wrote to the link you provided, however, I have not heard back. I would love your assistance. Thank you so very much, Doreen

    • LaaLoosh

      Hi Doreen! These can only be ordered online right now. Here’s a link to the online shop: As for the Mountain Bread, try asking your local grocery store to contact them and order some. I’m actually located in California, and we are pretty fortunate to have access to a LOT of awesome products here. I got mine at Whole Foods, but if you talk to you store about carrying them, they may order some for you to buy.