This magical sauce can be used in a number of different ways. Full of vibrant flavors from herbs, garlic, lemon and more, this easy sauce can be stored in the fridge for up to 4 days, which also makes it a great meal prep sauce!
Sauces, Dressings & Marinades
These are my go-to salad dressings when I want something vegan, gluten free, dairy free and low glycemic. The dressings work on salads, burrito bowls and Buddha bowls and are a great meal prep idea. Instead of buying sugar-laden store bought dressings, make your own at home for a much healthier, nutritious dressing.
I’m really hoping the title explains it all, but if you need more explanation, then here it is. Marinara sauce that tastes authentic, light, flavorful, and using just 5 ingredients. If there’s one recipe everyone should know by the time they’re 30, it’s how to make your own sauce. Store bought jars of sauce are
Another Banana-Oatmeal Pancake creation! These babies are loaded with fresh blueberries and chopped pecans, all drizzled with a fresh and healthy blueberry sauce that will knock your slippers off. Go ahead, indulge a little, even if it’s a Monday morning.
These are insanely delicious and bursting with flavor! I honestly don’t think you fully understand what you’re getting yourself in to when you make this dish. Go dance around your kitchen after taking your first bite because you’re going to love this.
A quick and downright delicious way to dress up beef. Savory soy sauce simmered with sweet honey, fresh garlic and ground black pepper. It tastes amazing on everything from beef to shrimp to chicken to roasted veggies!
This creamy french vinaigrette is a classic that we use in all of our holiday salads. Pair it with simple greens and a sprinkle of pomegranate seeds for a festive side dish.
A fullbodied sauce that can be used as a base for lasagna, over linguini or as an Italian chili.
A quick, one pan marinara sauce that can easily used for just about anything.
Fresh basil paired with rosemary sprigs, olive oil and red wine vinegar, all marinating together with freshly sliced garlic cloves turned out to be absolutely savory and delicious.
A simple pesto recipe using toasted pine nuts, fresh basil, olive oil, parmesan cheese and a good olive oil.
This salad dressing just can’t be beat. It keeps for weeks in the fridge and not only goes well over a simple green salad, but also on fish or vegetables. The creamy coating of this dressing gives it a decadent look and makes any salad a few notches above the rest. I also call it