Check out walden farms sugar free marinara sauce (Tomato & Basil) Walden Farms calorie free alfredo sauce & calorie free scampi sauce. Walden Farms Pasta Sauces are said to be calorie free, fat free, carb free, and gluten free...don't know how they do it....pair it with low carb pasta like Dreamfields patsa.
My favorite is a store brand---Meijer Chunky Marinara. It has no added sugar. It HAS to be the Chunky Marinara though since there other varieties do contain sugar!
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I like the hunts spaghetti sauce (traditional) in the can and Classico. I find most jarred sauces to be way too sweet.
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No Sugar Added Ragu - I like it because it has NO HIGH-FRUCTOSE CORN SYRUP and because I can add any seasonings and spices I want to it.
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I am trying to keep low-sodium V8 to use as a base for pasta sauce. I may add a can of diced tomatoes or a bunch of veggies like spinach, zucchini, mushrooms... whatever I have on hand. Sometimes I may brown some ground turkey. Add the spices that you like. I prefer this because the sodium content is so much lower and that is a concern of mine,
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I like Classico tomato and basil. I sometimes will add green peppers and onions to it and pour it over chicken. Or sometimes add garlic and onions and have it with chicken sausges. I use it as pizza sauce too !!
Usually make my own, but Mario Batalli (hope I spelled his name right), has no added sugar or soybean oil. Very yummy and worth the expense.
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Sounds like an east question, but I wanted to know what everyone's favorite basic pasta sauces were. Not something that you make, but something I can keep in my pantry and add other veggies to. What's your fave?
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