Keto Costco Healthy Noodle Review
Costco Healthy Noodle is another Keto Fan Favorite at Costco! These incredibly versatile low calorie, low carb vegan noodles are also gluten free, fat free and dairy free. With 0 net carbs, they can be prepared in many different noodle dishes from Italian to Asian to Southern – whatever inspires you, they are a highly adaptable plant based carb pasta substitute! Plus, Healthy Noodle is easy to prepare right out of the box in just a few minutes, all you have to do is pick your protein, spices, sauce, veggies, etc., heat and mix!
Healthy Noodles make a quick and easy weeknight meal for carb and calorie cutters! See our review as well as price, nutritional facts, and our recommended alternatives below!
Healthy Noodles are now available at nearly all Costco stores across the United States, so ask the manager at your store to order them if you don’t have them!
- Why We Love Healthy Noodle Pasta Substitute
- Healthy Noodle Alternatives
- Costco Healthy Noodle Nutritional Panel
- Costco Item Number & Price
- Online & Order Availability
- Costco Healthy Noodle Recipe Ideas
- Creamy Chicken Alfredo with Asparagus
- Korean Spicy Noodle Soup
- Pesto Pasta with Salmon & Brussels Sprouts
- How Many Weight Watchers Points are in Costco Healthy Noodle by Kibun Foods?
- Can I freeze Costco Healthy Noodles?
- How many carbs are in Costco Healthy Noodle?
- What is Kibun Healthy Noodle made of?
- What kind of noodle are the Healthy Noodles at Costco?
- Where can I find Healthy Noodle near me?
- How Many Calories are in Healthy Noodle?
- Where in Costco do I find Healthy Noodle?
- Do Costco Healthy Noodles need to be refrigerated?
Why We Love Healthy Noodle Pasta Substitute
With 0 sugar, 0 net carbs, 0 cholesterol and only 30 calories per serving, it’s no surprise Costco Healthy Noodle are popular for many folks looking to cut not only carbs, but to reduce calories, sugar, gluten and dairy. From Keto lifestyle to diabetics looking for low glycemic impact meals to Weight Watchers point plans…Healthy Noodle have made a name for themselves in many households.
We tried them, and the texture is very soft – softer than real pasta – more akin to a rice noodle or a glass noodle we’ve seen in some Asian take out we’ve had. They pair better with asian or creamy sauce preparations in our opinion (as opposed to eating it as spaghetti and meatballs).
We’ve heard some people fry them, which an interesting idea – we haven’t tried it ourselves, but imagine it would add a little firmness to them, and we’ll be trying that soon! We also suggest considering baking them like a casserole, giving them some time to really take on the flavors of the sauce. Just don’t overcook them as they are pretty soft to start…
Conclusion: We are a big fan of the Costco Healthy Noodle and recommend them for anyone who’s following Keto or low carb – but just so we’re clear it’s a zero net carb noodle substitute – this isn’t pasta! We’ve tried a lot of keto noodle alternatives and these stand up with our top picks!
Our other fave for us is the hearts of palm noodles – we only found them once at Costco and haven’t seen them since so we buy the ones in the next paragraph which are linked and are on Amazon. You do need to really like hearts of palm though 🙂
Healthy Noodle Alternatives
You might also like these low carb, keto noodles available to order now on Amazon:
These are a good Keto, Gluten Free and Vegan Konjac Angel Hair Noodles. The have only 5 calories and they are soy free.
Miracle Noodle is a popular substitute for Healthy Noodle from Costco. They are also plant-based, gluten free and low carb.
Costco Healthy Noodle Nutritional Panel
Healthy Noodle have 30 calories and 0 grams of fat per serving. They have 6g of carbs and 6g of fiber, which nets out to zero carbs. They are good low calorie, low carb option for those adhering to diet restrictions such as keto, gluten free, dairy free, vegan, diabetic, low carb, cholesterol free, low fat, sugar free, low calorie, and weight watchers.
12 servings per container
- Amount Per ServingCalories30
- % Daily Value *
- Sodium 180mg 8%
- Potassium 29mg 1%
- Total Carbohydrate
- Dietary Fiber 6g 24%
- Protein 1g 2%
- Calcium 15%
* The % Daily Value tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.
Costco Item Number & Price
Kibun Foods Healthy Noodle (6) 8 oz Packages is Costco Item Number 1027760 and Costs $15.49, or $2.58 per serving/package at our store in Marina del Rey (Southern California region).
Pricing varies and we understand other regions are as much as $2 more per package – but the good news is that it is now carried in most stores nationwide! If you’re store doesn’t have it, ask for it!
ProTip: We’ve spotted healthy noodle on sale at Costco for $4.00 off – keep your eye out!
Online & Order Availability
Kibun Foods Healthy Noodle at Costco are also available on Same Day Costco for around $18.01.
See more of our recent finds that are:
Organic – Plant Based – Gluten Free – Keto Friendly
Costco Healthy Noodle Recipe Ideas
Costco Healthy Noodles have a very light texture and tend to take on the flavors of the meal they are made with, so they work well in a wide variety of cuisines. We recommend incorporating them into a flavorful meal at first, rather than planning on the noodle itself to provide a substantial cornerstone of the dish – at least until you’ve grown used to low carb noodles, what they are (and what they aren’t). Here are some recipe ideas to try:
Creamy Chicken Alfredo with Asparagus
This low-carb Keto recipe is ready quickly so it’s great for weeknights. It’s also gluten-free and works for diabetics. You can also substitute broccoli if you don’t have asparagus, or carrots may go over better with kiddos. It’s flexible! We suggest trying Rao’s Alfredo Sauce.
Korean Spicy Noodle Soup
This classic Korean noodle soup is low calorie, gluten-free, diabetic friendly, and keto…and it’s got a nice KICK! You’ll need Gochujang for this recipe – which is a Korean chili paste – so may need to plan ahead if you don’t have it on hand – but if you like a little spice, give a try!
Pesto Pasta with Salmon & Brussels Sprouts
Moving onto some Italian fare, this recipe is keto, low calorie, diabetic friendy and gluten free. You can whip this up quickly so it’s weeknight meal appropriate – and if you’re like the rest of us, we’re all trying to work more omega (salmon!) in, so here you go! Yet another great recipe using the Basil Pesto at Costco! Brussels Sprouts not your thing? Trade them for whatever green veggie is!
What recipes have you made using Healthy Noodle? What are your favorites? We’d love to hear in the comments!
Where to Buy Healthy Noodle Near Me
You can now purchase Healthy Noodle nationwide at Costco stores. Or, see the link below for the Healthy Noodle Store Directory to locate these awesome low calorie keto noodles near you.
Don’t have a Costco Membership? Can’t find Healthy Noodle in your Costco? Not to worry, this directory also includes all the other stores that carry it! Find Healthy Noodle Near You!
ProTip: If your store isn’t carrying Healthy Noodle, we suggest asking the manager at your store to order them!
What Exactly is Kibun Healthy Noodle at Costco?
In short, Healthy Noodle is a flat, white noodle that looks similar to a regular noodle, but its main ingredients are soybean fiber and konjac yam powder instead of wheat. It doesn’t really have it’s own specific flavor, and has a lighter, more delicate texture than pasta noodle, more similar to a noodle you’d find in pad thai.
Note: Konjac noodles are often also called shirataki noodles.
Healthy Noodle is imported from Japan, and has only has 30 calories per serving. It is not only a sugar free noodle but also Vegan, Gluten free, Dairy free, Fat free, Cholesterol Free and very low in Carbohydrates — which makes Healthy Noodle a perfect fit for a wide variety of dietary restrictions.
ProTip: Those who aren’t looking for a low carb pasta alternative will likely prefer to choose a different noodle.
Ingredients in Healthy Noodle at Costco
Water, Soybean Fiber Powder,* Cellulose, Sodium Alginate, Yam Konjac Powder, Calcium, Chloride, Salt
*adds a negligible amount of sugar and calories
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Frequently Asked Questions
How Many Weight Watchers Points are in Costco Healthy Noodle by Kibun Foods?
The Kibun Foods Healthy Noodle carried at Costco have 1 WW point per Bag.
Can I freeze Costco Healthy Noodles?
It is not recommended to freeze them.
How many carbs are in Costco Healthy Noodle?
The Healthy Noodle at Costco have 6g of carbs and 6g of fiber per serving, which nets out to zero carbs.
What is Kibun Healthy Noodle made of?
The ingredients in Costco’s Healthy Noodles are: Water, Soybean Fiber Powder,* Cellulose, Sodium Alginate, Yam Konjac Powder, Calcium, Chloride, Salt
What kind of noodle are the Healthy Noodles at Costco?
Healthy Noodle by Kibun, sold nationwide at Costco, are a Konjac noodle, made from the fiber of Konjac yams. It’s also called Shirataki.
Where can I find Healthy Noodle near me?
Don’t have a Costco Membership? Can’t find Healthy Noodle in your Costco? Not to worry, here’s a directory to find where you can Find Healthy Noodle Near You!
How Many Calories are in Healthy Noodle?
Healthy Noodle at Costco have 30 calories and 0 grams of fat per serving.
Where in Costco do I find Healthy Noodle?
Healthy Noodle is stocked in the open refrigerated specialty cases, near the deli and other prepared packaged specialty foods.
Do Costco Healthy Noodles need to be refrigerated?
Yes, the Healthy Noodles from Costco are sold refrigerated and should be stored refrigerated.
Kibun Foods Healthy Noodle
More information or questions can be directed to the manufacturer on their website here.
Be careful. If I eat more than half a serving I get terrible gas and cramping.
“The ingredient is derived from a Japanese root that is not digestible by humans.”
Thank you for sharing that tip! I am sensitive like that to sugar alcohols but The Healthy Noodle doesn’t bother me, and I didn’t realize it was an issue for some. Thank you for sharing, that’s helpful to know and will help others! Thanks again! ~Marie
Can the noodles once rinsed and dried a little be fried?
I’d also like to know if Kibun Healthy Noodle can be fried, or maybe baked, so texture is not so mushy. I have not been able to find anyone online who has answered this.
I haven’t tried it but if you give it a whirl please share with us! I’m curious too!
I made spaghetti with Healthy Noodles and have leftovers. Do you think they’ll reheat well?
Yes, I think they will. They are already cooked when you open them, so assuming you just sauteed a little to heat up, I think you can do that again without a problem. If you cooked them for a long time, that may change how well they heat up…but I think they’ll be fine!
Can Healthy Noodles be frozen? Bought it at Costco two weeks ago and already expiring. Bought my first box months ago.
The manufacturer’s website states that they technically don’t recommend it because the consistency changes when frozen. In other words, you can choose to freeze them it’s absolutely an option, it just compromises the texture. If you have room in the freezer seems worth a try?
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