This Low Calorie Peanut Sauce is just 56 calories and can easily be made gluten-free too!
Low calorie, low carb, and low sugar, I know you’ll love this healthy Thai peanut sauce. I have even supplied some recipes to enjoy the sauce with.
Low Calorie Peanut Sauce
What You’ll Find in this Article:
Ingredients in Healthy Thai Peanut Sauce
Because miso paste (especially gluten-free miso if you need it) can be hard to find, I have supplied you links below. You can often find it in the Asian food isle at the store, or in the refrigerated natural section.
I have also supplied links to the other sauces needed. I tried to find the most common brands so you can get a quick visual and purchase them at the store if you like. Or purchase them right away online.
Shopping List for Healthy Peanut Sauce:
- Creamy peanut butter
- Rice vinegar
- Miso paste or Gluten-Free Miso Paste
- Sesame oil
- Reduced-sodium soy sauce or Gluten-Free tamari sauce
How to Make Healthy Thai Peanut Sauce
This sauce will hold for about a week in the fridge, and it is not great frozen. So make it in small batches and enjoy it same day.
This sauce can be very thick depending on the peanut butter you choose. So add more water as needed to thin it out. As a bonus this won’t add calories and it won’t dull the flavor either because this recipe is so packed with flavor.
How to Make Healthy Peanut Sauce:
- To a medium bowl combine the peanut butter, vinegar, miso, sesame oil, soy sauce, and garlic.
- Mix well and add 1 teaspoon of water at a time as needed to thin the sauce.
- Serve with your favorite Spring Rolls, Chicken Satay, etc.
Low Calorie Peanut Sauce Recipe
This low calorie sauce is a great way to jazz up your homemade meals. Here are some more low calorie sauces I think you’ll love.