Keto Carnivore Pasta Noodles

These Keto Carnivore Pasta Noodles are just like the my popular Keto Noodles only they have been tweaked to be Carnivore friendly! They are still firm and hold up well to sauces and soups! Just imagine the possibilities! Only 4 ingredients and no special tools required. Pasta is back on the menu!

How to make Keto Pasta Noodles

How to Make Keto Carnivore Pasta Noodles

If you are doing Carnivore I know there are some things you are might be missing right now!

Especially if you are new to it, or maybe you are getting your feet wet and trying out a Carnivore Challenge! Or maybe you are just Carnivore curious and wondering how you will live without pasta!

Well you don’t have to live without pasta.

With this basic keto pasta noodle recipe you can make almost anything that requires a  sturdy linguine, fettuccine or lasagna type noodle.

Ingredients Needed for Carnivore Noodles

Yup, that’s 4 ingredients!

You will also need:

You can even make your own pork dust!

You can certainly buy ground pork dust online and for busy working Moms, I get that!  I buy all kinds of stuff that I could make myself.  Such is life sometimes.

But it’s seriously easy to make your own! (Watch me make Pork crumbs 3 different ways in this video!)

Just grab a blender and blend 2 bags of pork rinds  and keep in a mason jar like I do.  Besides these pasta noodles you can also use them for breading or mix into a meat loaf.

Tip:  Fill the blender only half full for each batch.  The pork rinds are light and will fly around the top so the best approach is small batches and tap the blender jar while you are blending so they keep falling to the blades.

Ground Pork rinds in a jar


What Can You Do With These Keto Noodles?

Here are some Carnivore friendly ideas for your noodles!

  • Spaghetti and meatballs (cut the noodles skinnier)
  • Shrimp and Bacon Carbonara
  • Chicken Noodle Soup (cut the noodles thinner and shorter and use chicken bone broth!)
  • This Carnivore Lasagna (make 2 sheets at once and cut the noodles in wide strips)


Tips and Tricks When Making the Carnivore Noodles

  1. Double the recipe. You’ll kick yourself if you don’t!
  2. The batter is quite thin when you pour it, so pour into the middle of the silicon mat slowly so it can spread as much as possible naturally.
  3. Then help it along by smoothing it out as thin as you possibly can. The noodles will rise slightly when baking so take that into account. I found the best tool for this is an angled  frosting spreader .
  4. Save leftovers in an air tight container in the fridge for a quick dinner or to toss in some soup.
Cutting the Carnivore Noodles with a knife
Cut the Carnivore Noodles with a sharp knife

Recipe Card for Making Carnivore Past Noodles

Pile of Carnivore Noodles on Wooden board

Keto Carnivore Pasta Noodles

Yield: 4 servings
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 25 minutes

If you are missing pasta on Carnivore then these will help! You can use them in soups and sauces and make some fun Carnivore meals to add variety to your menus!



  1. Preheat oven to 350
  2. Combine all ingredients in a blender and blend until well mixed
  3. Place silicon mat on large baking sheet
  4. Pour mixture onto middle of mat and spread out thin with angled spatula
  5. Bake 8-10 minutes until edges begin to brown
  6. Allow to cool for 15 minutes
  7. Peel pasta sheet from edge of baking mat and roll up like a jelly roll. With a sharp knife slice the roll into desired thickness
  8. Serve with your favorite sauce or in a soup.
  9. Keep in container in fridge for up to a week.

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Nutrition Information:

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 135Total Fat: 10.7gCarbohydrates: 1.2gNet Carbohydrates: 1.2gFiber: 0gSugar: 0gProtein: 8.1g

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Check out my Carnivore Pasta Noodle Youtube video!

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Recipes and Meal Ideas for Carnivore and Zero Carb

These recipes can all be used if you are considering trying zero carb or carnivore. Keep in mind that Carnivores focus on food from the animal kingdom. Some of these are relaxed Carnivore plan so feel free to omit any non animal ingredients.

Carnivore Pasta Noodles Pin

59 thoughts on “Keto Carnivore Pasta Noodles”

  1. Love, Love, Love this recipe for carnivore noodles. I’ve made it several times and it is a game changer. I’m making carnivore lasagna today for the first time. I’m following your recipe with a few family preference made to it. Doubling the batch for starters and adding cooked sliced Italian sausage to the ground beef. I don’t have silicon mats so I buttered my sheet pans to make parchment paper stick better, other wise it gets wrinkly. We like our cheeses all mixed together, and I’ll probably layer that in between the pasta and meat layers. I love watching your videos on YouTube. I found you through another YouTuber called Carnivore Chief, he made a pasta and credited you. Thank you for all the delicious recipes.

  2. I found your site while searching for carnivore recipes. I always read comments regardless of how beautiful the pics look (LOL!) and was AMAZED to see your personal response to so many comments! AWESOME :) I deeply appreciate you for sharing your gift of communication and passion for healthy eating. Thank you for all you’re doing!

    1. Thank you so much! Not sure if you know but I also added a youtube channel a couple years. I started out with keto recipes but now that I’m pretty much carnivore, that is where I do most of my carnivore cooking!

  3. I made these and they are fabulous! I made an alfredo sauce with the Kerrygold Dubliner cheese. I added grass-fed beef meatballs. Amazing Alfredo Dish! I found that the stick blender/emulsion blender works very well to whip this up in a flash. The recipe makes about 1 cup (250 mL) of batter. Definitely double the recipe! My first batch was a little thick because I didn’t know how much batter would fit on the pan. I hope these freeze well! I only cook on weekends until school is out for the summer. Thanks!

  4. I have a couple of questions about this recipe. First, how do they hold up if cut thin and placed into soups, such as ramen or pho. Second, do they store well if dehydrated?

  5. I just wanted to thank you for this recipe. It is wonderful! I’ve made them many times, sometimes as a noodle, sometimes for lasagna sheets that I made ahead and froze to use later! It never disappoints. And after the first time I know to double every time! They freeze great, too!

  6. Kerry Whitehead (OlderPennsylvanian on YouTube)

    I can’t thank you enough for developing this recipe. My keto friend and I are making scampi for her family on Christmas day and she asked me to make the noodles. They are so easy and quick to make, it is actually fun to do. I did a double batch and may do another batch if I find out more people are coming. I used Pampered Chef Herb du Provence, a shake each of onion and garlic powder to season, and I am so pleased with the outcome. I am glad you are getting the recognition you deserve, both inside and from outside the keto community.
    Love from the heart!

  7. My blender broke! I rarely use, so on Christmas list. Can I just use my hand mixer? If not, thoughts? I was only going to use cream cheese and eggs. Thanks!

  8. I’m SO happy to see a carnivore version of pasta!! But… my joy is short as I cannot consume pork 😔 is there any alternative to pork rinds ?? Any version that is pork free?
    Thank you in advance!!

  9. stumbled upon your YouTube/recipe a couple months ago. Finally made a batch yesterday and you were right, I should have doubled it, it was great. Used 2 servings with some Raos marinara last night, and combined the remaining two with a keto chicken/broccoli casserole.
    Before this I hadn’t had pasta in over a year, it was very good!

      1. It absolutely works in soup and doesn’t turn to much! I wouldn’t boil it for hours, just throw them in near the end so they are hot, that’s all they need!

  10. I loved the recipe.
    You mention that the same dough can be used to make meatballs, could you explain how?

    1. I read through the post to see what you were referring to! I did mention ‘spaghetti and meatballs’. So cut the past thinner than my fettucini cut here to make the spaghetti and then serve with your favorite marinara sauce along with your favorite meatballs! Sorry, I honestly wasn’t trying to confuse!

    1. It depends really on what you are doing with them. If using a sauce, heat gently in the sauce, or toss in a soup or bake in a casserole. It doesn’t take much to warm them up at all.

  11. I have some lupin flour that I’d like to use. Can I substitute some of the almond flour with it? Or so you have any recipes using Lupin flour??

    1. There’s no almond flour in this recipe so not sure what your question is asking. I don’t use lupin flour, sorry! I would google lupin flour pasta and I’m sure you will find some suitable recipes for it!

  12. Susan L Gadberry

    I made 2 batches. Each turned out a little overdone around the edges. Any tips? I set the over 10′ lower on the 2nd batch and took them out at 8min.

    1. Maybe set timer for 7 minutes so you can check them? The variance will be due to oven, pan type and mat (parchment or silicon mat?). I have 2 sheet pans, one is Chicago Metallic and one is Caphalon and they both cook quite different!

  13. Thank you – I made your recipe yesterday. Doubled it per your suggestion. I did drop one egg when I doubled the recipe – I used 5 eggs instead of six and it seemed to work just fine.

    I used the double batch of Keto Pasta in a ‘Baked Ziti’ casserole recipe and it held up beautifully and the casserole was delicious,

    1. Oh that sounds really good! And yes, the recipe is quite forgiving, I’ve even used mayo instead of the cream cheese for someone who was dairy free and it worked great!

      1. I noticed in your high fat cloud bread video you mentioned mayo could sub for cream cheese too. Do you sub 1 for 1 (4T mayo for 4T cream cheese in this case) in recipes? I can technically have cheese but too much causes my arthritis to flair, so I avoid it mostly. Goat cheese is less of an issue than cow.

        1. I just also wanted to let you know that last week I made the same recipe and subbed out goat feta for the cream cheese and it was amazing!

  14. Is there a recipe for noodles without cheese?
    I have yeast & cheese sensitivity and would like to make something similar to carnivore noodles.
    Thanks in advance.

    1. You could just use 4 tbsp pork rinds (leave out the parmesan) and use mayo instead of the cream cheese. I have done this and it works.

  15. Just found this recipe.
    Yummm making Lasagna for family gathering. Cant wait to see their reactions.
    You did good lady!!!
    Thank you for sharing.

  16. This worked! O gosh now I can have pasta…I am fine without all the rest but pasta? That was asking too much to give it up! Now I can have all my favorites…you are a genius and I am so very grateful

      1. For the chicken noodle soup. You mentioned cutting the noodles thinner and using chicken bone broth. Please clarify.

        Did you mean use the bone broth in the soup or in the noodles as a substitute for…..?

    1. I have fixed it now, it’s parmesan! I do NOT know what happened to my brain that mayo ended up there! Thanks for pointing it out!

      1. I made these tonight, after catching your video. I was already in the kitchen, Ave had everything on hand. I’ve been wanting lasagna pretty badly lately. Well, that’s what I made for dinner tonight. Just WOW! Even my just-started- Keto daughter loved the lasagna and would’ve never known it was “Carnivore” if I hadn’t told her. This “pasta” recipe is now my go-to. THANK YOU!

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