Low Carb Keto Lupin Flour Fettuccine Noodles
Happy Noodle Day!
(I'm celebrating a little early this year, I know.)
But before we talk about noodles, I want to share a really funny video that I just found. (below)
It's a Holderness Family parody song about the crazy low carb diet the mother is subjecting the family to. And I have to admit, it's pretty spot on. A favorite line, "How do I ask this while being nice? Why is this cauliflower LYING ABOUT BEING RICE??!!"
Touché, Mr. Holderness, touché.
I guess I have made rice and noodles out of some very strange ingredients.
So far I've posted 16 different ways to use cauliflower rice. (Which barely scratches the surface of what you can do with this stuff.) And I've shared recipes for noodles made from eggs and cream cheese, zucchini, sea kelp, and konjac yams.
Today I'm going to show you how to make low carb fettuccine noodles out of cream cheese, eggs and lupin flour.
The idea to use lupin flour came from Queen Keto. Lupin flour is a high protein, low carbohydrate flour made from the legume of the sweet lupin. (It's related to other legumes like peanuts and soybeans, so if you have a nut allergy, you had better steer clear.) You can leave it out of the recipe if you like, but it does give the fettuccine noodles a little extra oomph.