Easy Macro-Friendly Peanut Sauce

Does anyone else get stuck on food kicks? Right now, I’m all about this super easy Macro-Friendly Peanut Sauce that I’ve been making non-stop lately. I just whip up a big batch at the start of the week and then pour it on EVERYTHING! I swear, it makes a so-so meal taste amazing! Hooray for Easy Macro-Friendly Peanut Sauce! I mean, how doesn’t love a homemade peanut sauce, right? Trust me, you need it in your life!

This Easy Macro-Friendly Peanut Sauce only calls for 3 ingredients, which you might already have in your house: Powdered peanut butter. coconut aminos (or soy sauce), and ginger paste (or fresh ginger or ginger powder). It’s so easy to whip up this sauce.

Ingredients for Easy Macro-Friendly Peanut Sauce

I typically triple or even quadruple this Easy Macro-Friendly Peanut Sauce recipe, so I have a big batch for the week. I like using it as a salad dressing, dipping roasted veggies into it, and mixing it into a stir fry. Really, the options are endless! I swear, it adds some much flavor and deliciousness to a meal!

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Easy Macro-Friendly Peanut Sauce

  • Author: Tina

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Ingredients

2 TBSP powered peanut butter
2 TBSP coconut aminos
1 tsp ginger paste (or fresh or ground ginger)⠀


Instructions

Combine ingredients and eat! I highly recommend tripling or quadrupling this recipe and storing in the fridge for later! ⠀



Nutrition

  • Serving Size: 1
  • Fat: 1.5
  • Carbohydrates: 6
  • Protein: 5

Keywords: peanut sauce, macro-friendly

TIP: Add a scoop of collagen to the mix for added protein! You won’t even taste it. Just be sure to add more coconut aminos or water if the sauce is too thick!

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11 Comments

  1. What makes this macro friendly? Aren’t macros just the breakdown of the grams of protein / carbs / fat? Seems as if this is just low-fat. If made with regular peanut butter, it’d have more fat but still be macro friendly.

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