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Balsamic Rosemary Sauce (AIP, Paleo)

AIP Balsamic Rosemary Sauce in a bowl
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A super easy balsamic rosemary sauce made with ingredients you probably already have on hand, and done in less than 5 minutes. Kick your meal up a notch with this AIP and paleo-friendly sauce!

As I’ve mentioned before in previous blog posts, one of the main complaints many people have on a restricted diet (such as AIP) is that they start to get bored with the limited options they have for food. When your diet is essentially reduced to meat, vegetables and a little fruit, you start to run out of ideas that don’t bore you to tears.

Food boredom is a real thing, my friends.

But fear not! I have taken it upon myself to create a collection of “flavor boosters” that can be added to your standard weeknight meals to take them up a notch and kick food boredom to the curb!

Say hello to this AIP and paleo-friendly Balsamic Rosemary Sauce. ? This luscious dressing can go with just about anything. Pork? Yup! Chicken? You know it! Beef?? Mm-hmm. Even vegetables? You better believe it!

Turn your next simple weeknight meat and veggies dinner into a meal dreams are made of with this AIP Balsamic Rosemary Sauce. ??

What equipment do I need?

The best thing about this recipe is the minimal amount of equipment and prep needed! Here’s the equipment you’ll need to make AIP Balsamic Rosemary Sauce:

AIP Balsamic Rosemary Sauce Ingredients

This recipe only requires six ingredients, and I’d bet a lot of money you already have these on-hand. If you don’t, you need to stock up!

How to use this Balsamic Rosemary Sauce

Alright guys (and gals), here’s the most brilliant thing about this sauce: it can be used almost anywhere. Literally. Anywhere.

Too tired to plan dinner? Just grab a meat and a veg from the store on your way home, pop it in the oven at 425°F, top with this sauce, roast a little longer and dinner is served.

What meat should you pick? Any of them. This sauce goes great with pork, beef, chicken and even fish! Mmmm salmon and balsamic rosemary sauce… brb, drooling… ?

But what veg should you pick? Again, any of them. Brussels sprouts? Broccoli? Cauliflower? Cabbage? Yup, yup, yup and yup! Any of those will work! But will it go with potatoes (if you’ve reintroduced them on AIP, or if you’re not following AIP)? Yup. Tomatoes? Affirmative. Carrots?! I guarantee you’ll love ’em!

You can’t go wrong!

AIP Balsamic Rosemary Sauce in a mason jar

Stay tuned for recipes using this sauce, coming to the blog soon!

For more flavor booster recipes, see the sauces and dips section of this site. And be sure to check out this Easy AIP Stir Fry Sauce!

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AIP Balsamic Rosemary Sauce in a bowl

Balsamic Rosemary Sauce (AIP, Paleo)

  • Author: Andrea
  • Prep Time: 5 min
  • Total Time: 5 minutes
  • Yield: 8 servings 1x
  • Category: Sauces
  • Cuisine: Mediterranean


A super easy balsamic rosemary sauce made with ingredients you probably already have on hand, and done in less than 5 minutes. Kick your meal up a notch with this AIP and paleo-friendly sauce!



1/4 cup extra virgin olive oil

1/4 cup balsamic vinegar (no sugar or gluten added)

8 garlic cloves, peeled

1 Tbsp dried rosemary

1 tsp Italian seasoning

1 Tbsp honey


Blitz all ingredients in a blender or food processor until emulsified. An immersion blender works, as well.


Perfect on pork, chicken, beef and roasted veggies!

Saves in the fridge in an airtight container for up to a week.


  • Calories: 68
  • Fat: 6.4g
  • Carbohydrates: 3.6g
  • Fiber: .2g
  • Protein: .2g

Keywords: aip, easy, sauce, flavor, balsamic

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    July 17, 2020 at 7:19 pm

    This sounds delicious! I just found your blog and am pinning lots and following on bloglovin!

    • Reply
      July 19, 2020 at 11:33 am

      Awesome! So happy to have you here, Natalie! 🙂

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