Skinny Macaroni & Cheese

Skinny Macaroni & Cheese

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Nutritional Info
  • Servings Per Recipe: 2
  • Amount Per Serving
  • Calories: 37.7
  • Total Fat: 1.6 g
  • Cholesterol: 3.7 mg
  • Sodium: 220.6 mg
  • Total Carbs: 2.8 g
  • Dietary Fiber: 0.3 g
  • Protein: 4.5 g

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This family favorite gets healthy with a recipe makeover featuring Japanese "Miracle Noodles." This family favorite gets healthy with a recipe makeover featuring Japanese "Miracle Noodles."
Number of Servings: 2


    1 bag Miracle Noodle Ziti
    1 pinch of salt
    1/8 cup almond milk
    1/8 cup low-fat cottage cheese
    3 tablespoons low-fat cheddar cheese
    1/4 tsp dry mustard
    pepper to taste
    pinch of cayenne


If you can't find Miracle Noodles in your local grocery store, you can buy them online. Watch recipe creator Cassey Ho demonstrate how quick and easy it is to make this recipe!

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1. Drain noodles, rinse in cold water, pat dry and place in a bowl
2. Add the rest of the ingredients to the bowl and mix
3. Microwave for 2 minutes and serve

Serving Size: Makes 2 servings

Member Ratings For This Recipe

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    38 of 39 people found this review helpful
    Don't do it. Those noodles will look nothing like what they've depicted above, and you will end up pitching the whole thing into the trash. - 11/26/13

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    27 of 30 people found this review helpful
    These "noodles" are called indigestible for a reason. Please don't anybody use these. Who the heck knows what that is really doing to your body. Just eat real food, indulge in something like mac'n'cheese occasionally. But don't eat something this fake just because it has very few calories. - 7/16/14

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    24 of 24 people found this review helpful
    I still haven't found a mac n' cheese recipe that fills that void for me. This recipe isn't it either. I think I am sticking to the homemade stuff that may not be that good for me, but I use it as a very rare treat and REALLY get to enjoy it. - 1/16/14

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    21 of 21 people found this review helpful
    I much prefer making my own - use whole wheat pasta, and send some reduced fat cheeses (a blend of types tastes better) through the food processor to powder-ize it so it melts nicely. That plus a quick reux from whole wheat flour and milk is very satisfying. - 2/20/14

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    20 of 28 people found this review helpful
    Gross - 10/17/13