Anyone know any Medifast friendly spaghetti sauce?

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Where can we get some? Or does any one have a Medifast friendly recipe for this? We bought shome shiritaki noodles today and would like to make a spaghetti with them using the sauce and morningstar veggie crumbles...

Comments (12)

Did you try WF calorie free carb free marinara?..

Comment #1

I usually make my own with tomatoes, either canned or fresh. Technically you get pasta sauce as a condiment. 1 tsp. Yes my friend, teaspoon. Now of course you get three condiments it up! I'll use two or three green servings of tomatoes instead of bottled sauce.

Sautee the onion and garlic together until it's clear. Add chopped up tomatoes then seasoning like oregano, garlic, pepper etc and saute with either a little EVOO or pam. If it is too acidic, you can add an eggwhite. Much more bang for your L&G buck...

Comment #2

1/2 cup canned tomatoes equals 1 lean, so you can make your own. I made it with ground buffalo. No onions..just a little onion powder...

Comment #3

I use the Hunt's No Added Sugar Italian Style sauce that comes in the big cans where the jarred spaghetti sauces are sold. 1/4 cup = 1 green.

1/2 cup = 35 calories.

0 grams fat.

6 grams carbs (2 from fiber, 4 from tomato sugars)..

Comment #4

We use the WF marinara but surprisingly the WF ketchup is amazing pasta/pizza sauce..

Comment #5

Spagetti sauce is the easiest thing in the world to make OP..

1 28 oz can low sodium crushed tomatoes.

1 cup chopped green onions (whites).

1-2 cloves minced garlic.

2 tsp dried basil.

Sweat the onions for a few minutes, then add garlic and cook for about 30 seconds. Add tomatoes and basil, cover and simmer about 30 minutes. Totally OP, better than anything in a jar, and something your entire family will love and appreciate...

Comment #6

This is what I make too. I usually add green peppers and mushrooms to mine since we like it really chunky and I make really big batches and freeze that way I don't have to make it often...

Comment #7

This sounds great and easy! How much is one green? Thanks...

Comment #8

Instead of using canned tomatoes with all that junk in it...Use Roma tomatoes, roast them in oven at 325* for about 15 to 30, take skin off...season...awesome......

Comment #9

Organic canned tomatoes = no junk and relatively affordable. Much easier for a quick weekday meal. I agree that roasting your own tomatoes is great if you have the time to cook, and peel, but it's far more cost effective these days to use a good canned tomato. Not all canned veggies have "junk" in them. You just have to be selective as to what you choose...

Comment #10

I sometimes use a sauce called cucina antica garlic marinara. It only has 4 carbs per 1/2 cup (one less carb than usual canned tomatoes) and 15 extra calories and 2g fat compared to canned tomatoes but man is it good. I know it is usually sold at Whole Foods so it is kind of expensive but if I don't have time to make sauce it is wonderful...

Comment #11

I use Hunt's Basil Garlic and Oregano Sauce. It comes in an 8 ounce can. I use half a cup and there are 30 calories, 0 fat, and 6 grams of carbs. You can then have 8 ounces of shiritake noodles to complete your green, and your calories and carbs will be very low. This is great with 99% lean ground turkey added or sometimes I make turkey meatballs...

Comment #12

This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.


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