Home made pasta sauce is so much healthier then store bought sauces, this recipe is a must try if you love pasta sauce! Low carb and keto friendly!
Low carb pasta sauce is so much BETTER when it’s home made! It can be hard to find a good low carb sauce because most pasta sauces in the stores are full of sugar. The solution is to make your own healthy sauce! I love making home made recipes from scratch because then you know exactly what is in the food you are eating. Knowing what is in your food is especially important if you have food allergies, sensitivities or if you are on a special diet or meal plan. This recipe makes a great diabetic pasta sauce as well since it contains no added sugar. Overall staying away from processed food is a healthy idea for everyone, especially our kids!
This is a great low carb recipe that is keto friendly. So you’re asking what do you do with the low carb pasta sauce? Yes, putting it over pasta would definitely make a very high carb meal. You can make zucchini noodles or ‘zoodles’ in place of pasta to make spaghetti. They are really easy to make if you have a spiralizor. They are about $20 to buy (you don’t need an expensive one) and worth the investment in my opinion. You can use it to cut up all kinds of veggies not just zucchini. Another great recipe that uses home made pasta sauce is Low Carb Garlic Brussel Sprouts with Sausage. It’s delicious!
If you are looking for a lifestyle change that will make you feel better and help you get rid of extra body fat, low carb or a ketogenic lifestyle is definitely a great choice! It has helped me feel so much better!
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Home Made Pasta Sauce
- 12 whole tomatoes
- 2 1/2 tbsp Italian seasoning
- 2 large Bell peppers diced
- 2 large onions diced
- 1 tbs garlic minced
- 1 tsp onoin powder
- 1 tsp garlic salt
- Boil tomatoes for 10 min
- Remove from heat, place in cool water.
- Take core out and skin tomato and dice.
- Place tomatoes in pot with rest of ingredients cook on low for 3hrs.
- To freeze, place in container and freeze once cooled.
- To can, put in canning jars and cover. Place hot water bath while sauce is still hot. Leave 1/2 inch room at top. Leave for 45 minutes.
- Remove, let cool before storing.