Gluten Free Thai Peanut Noodles (Peanut/ Sugar/Gluten/Dairy/Corn/Egg Free)

Gluten Free Thai Peanut Noodles (Peanut/ Sugar/Gluten/Dairy/Corn/Egg Free)

Gluten Free Thai Peanut Noodles

We love Thai Food and fortunately our favorite thai restaurant "King and I " does a marvelous job catering to my gluten free needs. However if I were to sit there and try to order my favorite dish of Peanut Thai Noodles without any sugar, coconut milk or some of the other fabulous flavoring ingredients- they would look at me funny.

On my continuous battle to slowly ward off systemic candida I have given up peanuts- not because they cause autoimmune issues for me (thank goodness) but just due to their natural mold content. My replacement has become Once Again Sunflower Seed Butter. They carry a jar that is salt and sugar free! Perfect for my needs.

I threw together this dish one afternoon without much expectation with a bag of carb free Miracle Angel Hair Noodles that had just arrived in the mail. I'm truly no expert when it comes to making Thai food, and I nearly cried when I tasted my first bite of those Thai "peanut" noodles, they were amazing. I had found the perfect balance between sweet and spicy. I am truly thankful to have one of my absolute favorite meals back in my life.

And the best part? This recipe takes less than 5 minutes to throw together!

I'm loving these Miracle Noodles, especially the Angel hair as I think it has the best texture. I highly recommend ordering some! There are also No-Noodles, which are almost as low in carbs, and Shirataki Noodles for those that can have soy and Kelp Noodles if you don't mind a crunchy texture. Of course, if you aren't worried about the carbs just about any other type of noodle will do- you just will need to cook them in advance (whereas you don't have to cook the Miracle Noodles)

Gluten Free Thai Peanut Noodles

Gluten Free Thai Peanut Noodles

Gluten Free Thai Peanut Noodles

1/3 Cup Sugar Free Sunflower Seed Butter (Or natural peanut butter)
1/4- 1/2 Tsp Chili Oil (to taste)
1/8 Tsp Garlic Powder
1 1/2 TBS Coconut Secret Coconut Aminos (soy sauce may work here too)
1/2 Tbs Coconut Oil
1/4- 1/2 Tsp Nunaturals Liquid Stevia (to taste)
Pinch of Salt

2 bags of well rinsed Angel Hair Miracle Noodles
a handful of sunflower seeds (optional)

  1. In a small bowl combine the "peanut" sauce ingredients until well blended. Use the lesser amount of Chili oil and Stevia during this mixing.
  2. Rinse the miracle noodles until fermented odor dissipates. Put noodles into a dry hot skillet and heat them up, allowing the water on them to evaporate slightly.
  3. Stir in the "peanut" sauce until melted and really well mixed in.
  4. Give the noodles a taste test and add additional stevia and chili oil to taste.
  5. Stir in a handful of sunflower seeds (optional) and serve.

Serves 1-2.


Brittany Angell

21 comments | Leave your own

  1. Brenda

    I am going to order some of these. Sounds like what I am missing.

  2. AnnMarie

    We ADORE Coconut aminos “soy” sauce! Great looking recipe.

  3. Monique C. M.

    Looks great!
    But just an FYI: kelp noodles will lose their crunchy texture and suck in flavor if you leave them soaking in very hot, very thick liquid (like curry or chili) for a minute or two. It’s excellent! So they should work great in this recipe.

  4. Katherine

    I tried the spinach Miracle noodles. Great for a treat when I feel like I’m missing something.

  5. Amber Shea @Almost Vegan

    This looks SO GOOD! I miss pad thai so much!

  6. Marissa

    This looks amazing! I’ve never had those noodles before, but I adore kelp noodles. I usually soak them in lemon water to soften them. I’ll have to try the miracle noodles out some time. It looks like these ingredients will work for my health issues without leaving any flavors out. Beautiful job on the recipe. I can’t wait to try it out!

  7. Beth @ Tasty Yummies

    Woah I have never had these noodles before. Sounds right up my alley! I need to order some ASAP. I have a serious obsession with all things Thai but I don’t make pad thai nearly enough! Maybe I will make this next time instead. Yum, thanks for sharing!

  8. Chris

    If I want to use dry gluten free pasta (like Ancient Harvest corn/quinoa), how much dry would I use for this recipe?

  9. Chris

    Thanks! I’m glad I asked!! because, if the Miracle Noodles don’t need to be cooked, I assumed they were already hydrated or like fresh noodles (in each 7 oz package) and you’d need half as much dry to equal the same hydrated Miracle Noodles. Can’t wait to try the recipe.

  10. leigha

    Hi! Just thought I would chime in on the kelp noodles. If you put a tablespoon or two of lemon juice in some water and let them sit for 30 min, they get very very soft! 🙂
    Hope that helps!

  11. Shaena F

    Ooh, I LOVE Miracle Noodles!! The texture is fantastic!! I am excited to try this recipe!! I love this kind of food and have missed it, for a long time!! Thank you!! 🙂

    FYI: for anyone that tries the Miracle Noodles, for the first time, they do have kind of a “fishy” smell! That is normal and that is why you rinse them well. I have not noticed the smell, after rinsing them, a couple of times and I never have tasted anything after rinsing well, either! 🙂 Enjoy!!

  12. Delores

    I really like Miracle Noodles and they are safe for a Paleo diet, too. I don’t have chili oil but I do have some hot pepper sesame oil that should taste great on this. Maybe a touch of ghee and a sprinkle of garlic gomasio, too. Thanks!

  13. Sabrina

    This looks great! Could you use spaghetti squash for this?? I’m iffy about using miracle noodles, I follow a strict paleo diet! Thanks 🙂

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