Welcome to my creamy and dreamy Paleo blender sauce recipe. This is the sauce of your dreams that we should all have with our meals. Bursting with vegetables it is perfect for getting your five a day with your steak and chips.
If you’re on a diet, or follow a healthy Paleo lifestyle like we do then this is the green creamy sauce of your dreams. That sauce that you turn to when you want the perfect sauce to go with your gluten free pasta, your stir fry or even the sauce for your meat or fish.
This delicious green sauce is made in the soup maker and blender and it’s a case of throwing everything in and then having this delicious sauce that you can use for absolutely everything and I mean everything. Plus if you have kids that hate vegetables (thankfully our kids love them) then it can be the answer to your prayers.
I also like this as an alternative to my Paleo cauliflower sauce. Therefore instead of having an overdose of cauliflower (which of course is lovely) you are filling yourself up on all those lovely greens.
Also, if you’re one of those people that wishes that they ate their 5 a day then this is a great opportunity to go green without having to make lots of detox smoothies all the time.
This delicious green blender sauce can also be frozen and you can make lots of tubs of it and then defrost them whenever you are eating a chicken breast and just want that sauce to make the dish complete.
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In a steamer (or soup maker in our case) steam your broccoli, spinach and courgette for 20 minutes or until they are all soft.
Drain the greens and place them in the blender along with an avocado, seasoning and coconut milk.
Blend until smooth.
Serve as you wish.
You could also add other green vegetables to the mix but we find that this is the perfect combination for a thick sauce to serve with all your favourite dishes.
My mint cubes are leftover fresh mint placed into ice cube trays with cold water. If you don’t save your leftover mint then a handful of fresh mint chopped up is fine to use.