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Fiber Pasta Recipe with Coffee Flour

Let us introduce you to our coffee flour pasta recipe with a high dietary fiber content.

A bowl of coffee flour pasta and other food applications of coffee flour
Pasta made with Kaffe Bueno Coffee Flour


(For approx. 143g)

¾ cup - wheat flour 75g

¼ cup - coffee flour 25g

1 - eggs 40g

½ tsp - xanthan gum (3g)



- In a big bowl mix all the dry dry ingredients together with a spoon until evenly distributed.

- Add the eggs and combine everything together.

- Move the mixture to the flat floured surface. Start kneading the dough until you get a smooth ball of pasta dough (for around 2-3 minutes).

- Cut the dough into 4 even pieces and cover 3 of them with the cling film so they will not dry out while you make the first pasta batch.

- Flatten the piece of the dough and pass it through the pasta machine, starting from the widest setting.

- After each roll, fold the dough in half. Repeat passing it through many times on this width until you see that pasta gets flexible.

- Keep narrowing the width until the thickness which works for you.

- Using the cutting setting on your pasta machine, cut the pasta into tagliatelle.

- You can cook the fresh pasta right away in boiling water, seasoned with salt for 4-8 minutes.

- You can also dry the pasta to preserve it for later. You do it by placing the pasta on a cooling rack near a source of heat and leave it to dry at least for 12h.

You can cook dry pasta in boiling water, seasoned with salt for 6-10 minutes.


Nutritional Value (100g)

Calories - 403,4 kcal

Fat - 3,8 g

Saturated fat - 1,1 g

Monounsaturated fat - 1,1 g

Polyunsaturated fat - 1 g

Sodium - 46,3 mg

Carbohydrates - 39,6 g

Dietary Fiber - 14,1 g

Starch - 37,9 g

Sugar - 0,3 g

Protein - 12,6 g

Calcium - 47,8 mg

Copper - 0,1 mg

Iron - 2,8 mg

Magnesium - 45,2 mg

Manganese - 0,4 mg

Phosphorus - 128,1 mg

Potassium - 183,4 mg

Zinc - 0,8 mg


This recipe was developed by Elżbieta Lechowicz, Food Scientist at Kaffe Bueno.

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