A homemade tomato sauce made all in the convenience of your blender! The versatile sauce is made with a variety of fresh tomatoes and roasted veggies, so the flavor is over the top!
A beautifully flavorful pasta sauce in the convenience of your blender!!
This was another recipe I was drawn to as it used my Blendtec, and required no special effort on my part. I am not sure why I hadn’t thought of it before, but this recipe is beautiful to look at, beautiful in it’s simplicity, and a lot of fun to play around with.
Roasting vegetables brings out all the lovely sweetness and fills your home with a heavenly, savory perfume.
Have fun, this is a great basic recipe to personalize and play with!
What types of tomatoes are best in this easy homemade tomato sauce?
- I often use a variety of types of tomatoes…whatever I have in my garden (lots of heirloom types!)
- cherry tomatoes
- amish paste
- variety of heirlooms
Ways to use your easy homemade tomato sauce with fresh tomatoes:
- Use as you would any jar of pasta sauce!
- over a bed of any noodle
- in a dairy free lasagna
- mixed in a casserole (like this keto pizza casserole)
- as a base for a soup, (we love this lasagna soup).
Ingredients and vegetables to play with when roasting:
- butternut squash
- red wine
- balsamic vinegar
- fresh basil
- winter greens
- zucchini/summer squash.
- diced bacon
For a straight tomato sauce (perfect as a pizza sauce!):
I use solely tomatoes, onions, garlic, seasonings, and a bit of tomato paste to taste.
Here are some recipes that you could use this amazing sauce in:
Homemade Tomato Sauce in the Blender Recipe:
If you try this sauce, I want to hear about it! Please come back to rate and leave a comment!
Easy Roasted Vegetable Blender Pasta Sauce
Toss all the vegetables and herbs of choice with the avocado oil.
Roast in a 350 degree oven for about 45-60 minutes until vegetables are tender and sweet.
If the end sauce is a bit thin (will depend on which tomatoes and vegetables you chose), simply simmer over medium low heat on the stove to evaporate some water and condense the sauce to your preferred thickness!
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