Creamy ‘Alfredo’ Alkaline Sauce (Goes with EVERYTHING!)

alkaline alfredo sauce recipe

Creamy Alfredo Sauce: Alkaline, Keto, Energizing, Anti-Inflammatory & Versatile!

This sauce, similar to my alkaline, keto, vegan ‘Cesar’ is such a good one to have in your armory.

It is quick and easy to make, and it makes almost every dish, no matter how simple, rich, and delicious.

The dish takes just ten minutes, and very little effort and can be used in dozens of ways.   You’ve got to give this one a try!

New Recipe: Creamy Alkaline Alfredo Sauce


  • 1 tbsp coconut oil
  • ½ onionchopped
  • 3 cloves garliccrushed
  • 3 cups (12 ounces) chopped cauliflower
  • 1 cup vegetable stock or coconut milk (the milk alternative type, not canned) or almond milk
  • Juice of 1/4 lemon 
  • 1-2 teaspoons Himalayan salt & black pepper


  1. Start by gently sauteing the onion in the coconut oil in a large pan.
  2. Stir gently and cook for 3 minutes before adding the garlic, cauliflower, and stock/milk and cook for a further 5-6 minutes
  3. Now transfer everything to a high speed blender and add the salt & pepper to taste, and lemon and blend until smooth.

You can use this with:

  • A simple gluten-free pasta
  • On top of veggies (works really well with steamed broccoli as a side)
  • On top of any salad

It’s a real winner, lovely warm or cooled, and will keep in the fridge for 72 hours.

Ask Me a Question or Leave a Comment Here - I'd Love to Hear from You


  1. Karen Dobbin Reply

    Hi Ross,
    Can this sauce be put in the freezer.

  2. Rosi Walker Reply

    Oh my word, I have just made this, opted to use vegetable stock and it is SENSATIONAL!
    I will be making double batches in future.
    Thank you Ross

  3. Diane Reply

    Thank you so much I appreciate Alfredo sauce recipe. Please could an oat loaf of bread be included in your down loads. Diane

  4. Cathy Johnson Reply

    Hi Roos going away at Easter and would love to take some of this with me. Can it be frozen?

    • ross Reply


  5. Jonna G DeBlasio Reply

    Hi Ross,
    This looks and sounds delicious. I’m not able to use coconut oil can I use extra virgin olive oil?
    Thank you

  6. Heena Reply

    Can you use this with lasagne please?
    Thanks Ross
    I would love to have a go with this sauce

    • Heena Reply

      I think it will definitely work wonders with pasta with added mushrooms and spinach.

  7. Carole Heaton Reply

    It sounds so amazingly healthy, definitely one I’ll be adding to my Alkaline diet and passing on to my keto friends too, thanks Ross, another winner

  8. Elin Hansen Reply

    Thank you Ross. I’m using your Alkaline/Acid food chart everyday and have xeroxed it and given it away to many people, even to my Kaiser doctor. I’m currently using it to eat a raw alkaline vegan diet. I’m in Tijuana, Mexico right now with Holistic care, a partnership withJohn Bergman family chiropractic and American Biodental center.

  9. christine thomas Reply

    Christine Thomas from Saint Lucia

    It sounds great will try it this weekend .

    08th April 2022 .

  10. Mary Reply

    Can this recipe be frozen?

    • ross Reply

      Yes, for sure!

  11. Hannah Reply

    Hello, my question is when adding the coconut milk the recipe calls for the milk alternative type instead of canned. What is the reason for this? Thank you!

    • ross Reply

      The canned is too creamy IMO but feel free to give it a try!

  12. Jennifer Frost Reply

    Sounds delicious must give it a go

  13. Allyson Bending Reply

    This sounds amazing; can’t wait to try it!