Grain Free Vegan Pasta

This homemade Grain Free, Vegan Pasta tastes just like the real thing! We love to eat this tossed with basil pesto, spaghetti sauce, or my Zucchini Basilico. Sometimes we go really simple and drizzle with olive oil, balsamic vinegar, top with sun dried tomatoes, asparagus and parsley or basil, yum!

If your kids are anything like mine, they can be picky eater’s so when it comes to picking healthy meals, sometimes dinner can be complicated. This is a healthy vegan and grain free homemade pasta that my kiddos absolutely love.

They love being able to see Mom make the pasta and from time to time, I will involve them in making the pasta, so that they feel like they contributed something to dinner. This is a recipe that only has a few ingredients and cleanup is a total breeze.

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If I’m feeling a little adventurous that day, I will make the noodles and add them into my legendary Vegan Lasagna, a recipe that everyone who has ever tasted it, fell in love with. Overall these noodles can be added to so many different recipes and that’s what I love about this healthy meal.

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Homemade Grain Free Vegan Pasta

(Makes about 1 pound of pasta)
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  • 2 tbsp Chia Seeds
  • 6 tbsp Warm Water
  • 1 3/4 cup Chickpea Flour


  • Combine chia seeds and water and let sit for 5 minutes until the mixture becomes gelatinous.
  • Pile chickpea flour on a clean dry surface and make a well in the middle.
  • When the chia mixture has gelled place it inside the well and begin working it into the flour. At first it will seem like you have far too much flour but just keep working with it until it's all incorporated.
  • Using your pasta maker, or a rolling pin, turn dough out into long sheets. I take small palm fulls of dough and rework mine over and over in my pasta roller. I roll it through on the lowest setting gradually working up to a three, folding it in half and putting it through over and over until I have the consistency I like.
  • Using your pasta roller, roll pasta through the blades. If you do not have a pasta roller you can make your own cuts with a knife.
  • To cook, drop pasta into rapidly boiling water. Cook for 3-5 minutes or until all pasta is cooked through. Keep a close eye on it, because it’ll overcook quickly. Drain and serve!


You can substitute these noodles for zucchini in my Vegan Lasagna!


  1. I’ve tried various wheat-free pasta replacements and frankly they all taste terrible or have a weird grainy consistency. what does this really taste like?

  2. So do these have “carbs”. Looking fo ra almost carb free solution. tried the tofu noodles and didn’t reall like them

  3. Hi! Could I use an egg if I don’t need it to be vegan as a workaround (so I don’t have to do the chia seed step)?

    1. Yes you could use an egg. 1 Tablespoon chia seeds mixed with 3 Tablespoons water is equivalent to 1 egg. 🙂

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