Top 5 Nightshade Free Pasta Sauces
These Top 5 Nightshade Free Pasta Sauces are perfect for your next pasta night.
When you’re avoiding nightshades suddenly it feels like an entire cuisine is off-limits. When chilli powder, paprika, and other nightshade spices seem to be in everything it can be tough to find safe sauces for your pasta (or anything).
Not to mention when brands just put “spices” on their ingredients list, it can be frustrating.
5-Ingredient Nightshade Free Butternut Squash Pasta Sauce
This 5-ingredient Nightshade Free Butternut Squash Pasta Sauce not only requires minimal ingredients but it packs tons of delicious flavor. It is:
- Thick (you might say thicker than a snicker)
- Sweet & Savory
- Vegan, Gluten-Free, Nightshade Free
I have this recipe on my list of Top Nightshade Free Pasta Sauces because it’s gives a mac and cheese feel while also honoring the delicious flavor of butternut squash. Really, it’s easy to make, requires minimal ingredients, and honestly, it is my go to nightshade free pasta sauce.
Cashew Pumpkin Nightshade Free Pasta Sauce
It’s creamy, cheesy, full of flavor, and delicious. Not only that but it couldn’t be easier to make.
Excluding passive time (the time you’ll spend waiting for the cashews to soak), this recipe takes less than 10 minutes to make. You can’t beat that.
Not to mention that on top of being nightshade free, it’s also vegan and gluten-free
A nightshade free faux tomato sauce developed by Nightshade Intolerant Michelle Hoover. It’s able to be used as pizza and pasta sauce. It’s absolutely delicious and is well worth a try!
You totally don’t have to make this using a vitamix, any blender should suffice (I used my ninja). Avocado dressing though? Who wouldn’t want their pasta covered in filling and delicious healthy fats?
Also, no, avocado aren’t considered to be nightshades.
Thought the whole cauliflower everything craze was over? You thought wrong and thank goodness for that because this cauliflower alfredo sauce is delicious. Note that to make this recipe nightshade free you need to omit the crushed red pepper flakes.
What recipe would you try first?