Use Your Noodle – No Yolks

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This post was sponsored by No Yolks as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own.

No Yolk Egg White Noodles
One food I will always remember from my childhood is chicken noodles.  No, not chicken noodle soup (although, that’s delicious too!)  My grandma makes these super yummy chicken noodles.  It’s really nothing more than seasoned and cooked on-the-bone chicken breasts that is shredded and mixed with a little broth, then stirred into No Yolks Extra Broad noodles.   She would make a huge pot of them and we would have leftovers for days.  I was never sad about the leftovers though, as they were even better the next day!

One thing I’ve never forgotten about No Yolks Extra Broad noodles is how their texture holds up.  That’s why leftovers were never disappointing.  There was no mush, not then and not now.  No Yolks Noodles always cook up firm, smooth and fluffy and they stay that way too!

With our busy lives, I often aim to make our meals large enough to have leftovers.  If we aren’t taking them for lunch, we’re eating them for dinner the next night.  I never have to worry about my dishes tasting different or having an add texture.  And I don’t just use No Yolks Noodles in casserole or stroganoff dishes.  They are great in soups (Miso, French Onion, Chicken Noodle), noodle salads (I’m sharing a great one with you about a week) and more (Sriracha Cheesy Noodles and Noodles with Kale and Walnut Pesto)!

No Yolks Broad Noodles
If you’re not familiar with the No Yolks brand, let me tell you a little about them.  No Yolks noodles are a healthy egg noodle alternative.  They are made from egg whites (no cholesterol) and are low in fat and sodium.  No matter what you’re making, No Yolks has the right cut noodle for you: Broad, Extra Broad, Fine, Kluski, Dumplings, and now Stir-Fry.

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As mentioned above, I’ll be sharing a new recipe with you in about a week for a new, unique twist on a dish you wouldn’t normally associate with egg noodles, so be sure to Like us on Facebook so you don’t miss it!

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How are you using your noodle with No Yolks?  Do you have a favorite recipe that wouldn’t be complete without No Yolks?  Share it with us on Facebook or here in the comments.

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12 Responses to Use Your Noodle – No Yolks

  1. I love No Yolk noodles! They definitely remind me of some of the dishes my mom used to make us as kids. We loved them tossed with just butter and a little salt and pepper!

  2. I use No Yolks when we make stew! It’s perfect it just goes perfectly together. The stew is in the crockpot and all that’s missing is the noodles! Best fall/winter dish!

  3. Love egg noodles! They are so versatile. Can’t wait to see your recipe.

  4. Courtney says:

    This is my favorite! My grandma always uses them.

  5. Lisette says:

    These are the only noodles my husband likes in his chicken noodle soup!

  6. Eugenia Lung says:

    I want to try these! I don’t think I have before!

  7. Jaelan says:

    I can’t wait to read your recipe!

  8. Emmy says:

    So many of those recipes made with the noodles look so good!

  9. Kendra says:

    These are such awesome noodles.

  10. I love using these noodles in homemade chicken noodle soup & serving beef stroganoff over them! 🙂

  11. We always use the No Yolks! They don’t get mushy for some reason!

  12. Patty Wright says:

    I pot noodles with bacon and peas

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