AIP Spaghetti Sauce

16 thoughts on “AIP Spaghetti Sauce”

  1. Can this be made without the ground beef, using some coconut oil or bacon grease? And chicken broth instead of beef broth?

  2. This is an amazing sauce! We couldn’t taste the beets or carrots and it’s so Italian tasting! I followed the recipe but also added mushrooms and Italian seasoning. So yummy!! Thank you for all your recipes.

  3. Just made this sauce this afternoon and the taste is awesome! You seriously wouldn’t know that there are no tomatoes and the color is is fantastic. It really looks like regular spaghetti sauce. Great recipe! Can’t wait to try more of your recipes.

  4. Our future daughter in law made this for us last night and we were all amazed at all the wonderful flavors! It was better than my spaghetti sauces! She has been teaching me quite a bit a out alternative recipes as she is gluten free also.
    So glad she shared your recipe with our family.

  5. Hi Wendi! I was wondering if this could be made without garlic and if so, what do you think would be a good substitute? I love garlic but I’ve developed a pretty serious intolerance to it. 😞 I’ve been looking for a good spaghetti sauce though because I truly miss it! Not being able to eat garlic makes AIP difficult sometimes.

    1. Hi, Christine! I’m so sorry about your garlic intolerance! I don’t know what you could sub for garlic. You could just leave it out. Of course, it wouldn’t taste the same, but maybe it would be a decent spaghetti sauce..? Only one way to find out! 😉

    2. There is an Indian spice called Hing. You can order it online. It is used to substitute for an onion/garlic flavor. Just be careful, a little pinch goes a long way.

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