This rich, flavorful mushroom sauce takes just six ingredients and fifteen minutes to make. Use it as a spread for my Asparagus-Mushroom Crostini or other snacks, as a dip for veggies or chips, and as a sauce for pasta. Using organic ingredients, Rich Mushroom Sauce costs just $5.26 a recipe or 38 cents for a one-ounce serving.
How tasty is it? I happily noshed on carrots dipped in Rich Mushroom Sauce at nine in the morning when I took the photo above. As a dip, it reminds me of my old favorite-yet-deadly French Onion Dip. Yet my recipe has only 49 calories per ounce, with 4 grams of fat and 2 grams of protein.
I came up with this recipe because my Taster doesn’t like the texture of mushrooms. He doesn’t mind the mushroom flavor, though, and I adore it. I’ve been looking for ways to get mushrooms into our diets every day now that I know mushrooms can help prevent breast cancer. Yes, this organic mushroom sauce is not only dairy-free, egg-free, gluten-free, and preservative-free; it can help you be cancer-free. Talk about saving money and making a difference!