So I have to admit, my favorite thing to bring to a party was Cocktail Franks in BBQ sauce. It was so easy to throw everything in a slow cooker and it didn’t require a lot of hassle. Well, now that I’m staying away from nightshades I wanted to come up with a BBQ sauce that was nightshade free. I discussed previously about the magical powers of coconut aminos (soy sauce substitute). It is almost like everything I add it to turns to gold. It adds such a depth of flavor without the ridiculously salty brine that soy sauce has. If you haven’t tried it I highly suggest it! This recipe requires making the BBQ sauce, but it takes almost no effort to dump the ingredients in a sauce pan and let it reduce. Then you can either throw the cocktail franks in the pan or add everything to a slow cooker and it’s ready for your next party.
Low Carb Nightshade Free BBQ Sauce: 32 net carbs (for the entire recipe–makes about 1 cup)
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