Strawberry Sauce [Paleo, Gluten free, Grain free, Dairy free, No Added Sugar, REBOOT, Whole30] 

This is a quick and easy way to use overripe strawberries. They just cannot be thrown away… ever! Perfect for paleo pancakes, waffles, french toast, chia puddings… whatever you fancy.


I had a punnet of strawberries that I kinda forgot about … It can happen! They were deliciously sweet and ripe and I knew I had to use them all up or else I’d have to throw them out – and this we can’t do! So sauce it would be. 

Since today is my meal prep day, I also happened to have dates soaking in water (to make date late later) so I decided to add just a smidgen of the date-water to the blender with the chopped strawberries but you could just go without. I also had chia seeds soaking too so I knew I’d be in for a treat with some strawberry chia pudding later too 😉 (Recipe will be posted too.) 


Back to the sauce. It’s so simple and is a no-mess, no fuss, instantly gratifying recipe that takes about 3-5 minutes to make. And with only one ingredient (or two if you’re adding the date infused water), well, it doesn’t get much easier! 

Recipe for Paleo Strawberry Sauce

Prep time: 3-5 minutes 

Yield: 3/4 cup 

What you need 

8 ripe strawberries, chopped

Optional: 1 date soaked in 3 tbsp water (add both the date and water)

What you need to do

1. Add the strawberries and date, if using, into a blender and blend until smooth. 

Done! 


Yep, that is pretty much it! Store in a jar in the fridge for about a week. 

Enjoy 🙂 

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