Lemon Sauce

If you are anything like me, when the first trays of summer berries appear in the store, you’re on them like bugs round a bug light.  While my favorite way to eat fresh berries will always be with whipped (or unwhipped, I don’t care) heavy (double) cream, it’s lovely to have a SANEr option that tastes just as decadent and magical, but is more nutrient-dense and higher in protein, instead of just providing fat and a bit of water. Lemon Sauce | Carrie Brown

You can whip this luscious Lemon Sauce up in a New York minute – as long as you have some SANE Lemon Curd stashed in your ‘fridge.  It’s worth keeping some of that lemon curd goodness on hand just for this sauce. Lemon Sauce | Carrie Brown

This sauce can be tipped with abandon over any dessert that needs a sauce.  Or even one that doesn’t need a sauce, but you just want to pour sauce on, anyway.

It’s light, delicate and as thin and pourable as unwhipped heavy (double) cream.  It would even make a wonderful alternative to syrup on your SANE Vanilla Blueberry Pancakes.  Try it over a bowl of fresh, ripe, sliced peaches.  Mmmm, mmm, mmm, mmm, mmm.  When I {ever} get your SANE Chocolate Cake recipe posted, it would be fabulous drizzled over a slice of that.  Start with a bowl of berries and take it from there.  The world is your SANE Lemon Sauce receptacle!


Lemon Sauce
Author: Carrie Brown | www.carriebrown.com
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  • 1 cup / 8 fl oz. non-fat Greek yogurt
  • 1/2 cup / 4 fl oz. SANE Lemon Curd (see recipe link above)
  • 1/4 tsp sea salt
  • 1/2 TBSP xylitol (I use Xyla)
  1. In a bowl whisk all the ingredients together until completely combined and smooth.
  2. Pour into a serving jug to serve or spoon directly over your dessert.
  3. If storing, cover the jug with plastic wrap or pour sauce into a glass, lidded container and place in the ‘fridge.

Lemon Sauce | Carrie Brown





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  • martyn - Prithee, why do choose non-fat Greek (strained) yoghurt in your lemon sauce?ReplyCancel

    • carrie - Martyn – NF Greek Yogurt has the most protein in, so it makes the sauce SANEr. Hope that helps!ReplyCancel

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