Low-carb & keto sauces, dressings and dips
Say goodbye to store-bought dressings, ketchup and bbq-sauces that are packed with sugar and artificial ingredients. And say hello to our easy-to-make condiments: creamy dressings, buttery blends, sugar-free seasonings and dips that will make your low-carb or keto lifestyle extra flavorful and filling.
Top 8 flavored mayonnaise recipes
Recipe collection A good quality mayonnaise is a staple in a lot of low-carb and keto households. For a good reason! It’s a delicious way to add fat to your meal. Store-bought mayonnaise often contains both low-quality fats and sugars so be sure to check the ingredients. Or better yet – make your own!
DYI sugar-free BBQ sauce
Recipe Fire up the grill – but first, make this tangy, real-food barbecue sauce! All of the familiar flavor with none of the added sugar. Make ahead, knowing a killer cookout is coming your way. This BBQ sauce can be used as a marinade before you grill or bake in the oven. You can also enjoy it as a condiment.
Don’t skimp on the sauce!
We guess you’ve been told all your life that it’s the sauce that will make you fat and give you a heart attack, right? Well, the good news is that it has been proven over and over again that fat won’t make you fat and will not clog your arteries, either. There’s no reason to fear natural fat, saturated or otherwise. It’s an old and failed theory that natural fat is anything but a healthy, satiating and great food, full of vital fat-soluble nutrients. Learn more.
So, now that we’ve got that issue out of the way, it’s time to say no to flavorless low-fat products packed with sugar, artificial sweeteners, food colorings and flavors. Stock up your fridge with clean, natural ingredients full of flavor like:
- Dairy: Heavy whipping cream, sour cream, crème fraiche and cream cheese will make the perfect base for a tasty creamy sauce or dip.
- Dairy free: Mayonnaise is a great base for cold dips and dressings. You can easily make it yourself or, if you buy it, we recommend mayo made with avocado oil, or light olive oil. Try to stay away from soybean and canola oil due to their high content of inflammatory omega-6.
A great tip for thickening your sauce or gravy without using flour — add some cream cheese and let it simmer for a couple of minutes until it thickens.
Dairy-free sauces and dips
Fats and sauces – the best and the worst
Guide What are the best and the worst fats and sauces on a low-carb diet? It’s an important question as a low-carb diet needs to be high in fat to be sustainable. Fortunately, there are tons of great options (for example all the recipes on this page), plus some not-so-good ones.
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