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Gluten Free Homemade Egg Noodles

Gluten Free Homemade Egg Noodles

This pasta always seems to hit the right spot! The texture, flavor, creaminess, you all know what i’m talking about! These gluten free and dairy free homemade egg noodles are the BOMB and you wouldn’t believe how EASY they are to make!

Growing up we ate A LOT of buttery pasta with pickles. When I started having health issues, I had to cut out a lot of my favorite foods including pasta! That was HARD and I wont lie, I cheated a few times and paid for it dearly afterward.

It wasn’t until I buckled down and realized that I was causing more damage to my body and stopped all wheat products. Trust me when I say I have tried MANY GF brands of pasta and NONE of them came close enough to real pasta to really enjoy all that much.

Maybe it’s not a bad thing? Then again, we all occasionally need a little pasta binge now and then, haha (kidding, not kidding). Well let’s get to the recipe already, they say!


Ingredients For Gluten Free Homemade Egg Noodles:

1 cup gluten free flour blend
2 eggs
1 tsp warm water
2 tsp olive oil
1/8 tsp salt (a pinch or so)
1/2-1 Tbsp salted butter


I kid you not, EASY PEASY! (This recipe serves 1 adult bowl as pictured, double or triple as desired).

Notes On Gluten Free Flour Worth Reading

1. Make sure your flour has xanthum gum in it as well as tapioca starch which helps with binding and texture. We have had great luck with Namaste Brand GF flour

2. If you have a flour without these ingredients you will need to purchase them and add them to the blend. Its always best to find them together, but also more spendy!

3. Check out how to make the perfect gluten free flour blend for ingredients and some extra side notes.

What You Will Need to Make Gluten Free Egg Noodles

1. Stand up mixer we use our KitchenAid for basically everything and love it!
2. Wooden rolling pin (link to the one I plan on purchasing, mine’s pretty shaky)
3. Pizza cutter (notice mine has a crack haha, don’t worry i’ve purchased a new one by oxo and LOVE IT!)
4. Boiling pot

How to Make Gluten Free Homemade Egg Noodles:

1. Mix together all the above ingredients into your stand-up mixer

2. Clean off your countertop (we use a mixture of white vinegar and water 1:1)

3. Roll out your dough ball pretty thin and spread a thin layer of your favorite GF flour, using a pizza cutter slice the dough into thin strips (not too thin, it will be hard to pull off the counter top and break more easily)

4. Pull up on one end of the strips and pull them up, you’re done!


5. Boil for 3-5 minutes, drain, butter and ENJOY! you’re gonna love these babies 🙂

Best part? Kid APPROVED for real they loved it! #momscore


ALSO ON THE PLATE…cheesy chicken fritters by which are THE BEST! She’s pretty much a genius

Hope you enjoy this as much as we did!

Yours Truly,

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6 thoughts on “Gluten Free Homemade Egg Noodles”

    1. Hi Jane! thanks for reading 🙂 im working currently in pain management actually and we are incorporating quite a bit of functional medicine, food education, elimination diets and offering patients more naturopathic treatment. We are moving more into that direction and soon will be working on hormone supplementation for pain management, it is a fascinating place to be right now and i’m loving it! We’ve been able to help several patients with their chronic autoimmune disease symptoms with simple diet changes. We are recognizing how powerful of a role the gut plays in immunity and it’s regulation. The integrative medicine approach has really brought value to the clinic!

  1. I followed the instructions with Bob’s Red Mill GF flour, includes xanthum gum and taciopa flour. No noodles just a crumbly mess. Help!

    1. hi tom! gluten free flour blends can be tricky what works with one wont work with another, i’ve found that to be true over and over again with different recipes i’ve found. The namanthe brand i’ve had better luck with honestly than others. hope that helps! also did you try to form it into a solid ball? mine was somewhat crumbly too and when you form it it sticks together into a ball then you can roll it out.


    2. I had the same problem at first however I added an extra egg and the consistency came out just perfect. It rolled out nicely and cut in the perfect strips…..Maybe the recipe should have called for two eggs instead of one? I added mine to turkey noodle soup And they turned out great

      1. Nathan you may be a genious! I did the same and the dough was MUCH more forgiving (being that it is already a bit of a challenging texture) thank you for your experimenting i’ll update the recipe!

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