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Easy No-Cook Pizza Sauce

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It’s so easy to make your own tomato sauce for pizzas and dips! This no-cook pizza sauce takes no more than 5 minutes to make with a few simple ingredients.

The sauce spread on pizza dough.

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When it comes to pizza night, we love making our own pizzas instead of ordering in, and a pizza is only as good as it’s sauce!

Luckily I’ve got you covered with this easy pizza sauce that doesn’t require any cooking, just blend the ingredients and spread it all over your favorite crust.

This recipe is a great way to add flare and flavor to your homemade pizzas and it’s great as a dip too, or stir it into some warm pasta.

If you are after more dipping sauces, be sure to check out my Homemade BBQ Sauce and Easy Queso Dip.

How to make easy no cook pizza sauce

  • Add ingredients to a blender or food processor.
The ingredients before being blended.
  • Pulse a few times until desired consistency.
The ingredients after blending.

Can you make it ahead of time?

This recipe makes enough for two cups of sauce, so you are likely to have some leftover. Place the sauce in a sealed jar or airtight container and it will keep for up to a week. It can be used straight out of the fridge.

Can you freeze it?

This is a great recipe if you are looking for some batch cooking! The sauce will keep well frozen for up to 2 months. Defrost the suace in the fridge overnight before using.

Recipe Variations

This pizza sauce is pretty good as it is, but there are a few swaps you can make to suit your tastes.

  • I like to blend whole tomatoes to make this, but you can use a thick canned pure tomato sauce and mix the other ingredients into it.
  • I like to add red pepper flakes because I like my pizza sauce a little spicy. Feel free to omit the flakes for less heat or add more for spicy pizza sauce.
  • Depending on the brand of tomatoes you use, you may need to add a little sugar to cut through the acidity, but you can omit this if you prefer. You can also substitute white sugar for coconut sugar for a paleo sauce.
Tomatoes in a can.

Recipe Notes and Tips

  • This recipe is easily doubled and tripled.
  • Spread the sauce evenly on the crust and don’t be stingy, add a nice thick layer.
  • The tomato paste makes the sauce thicker and more spreadable, so don’t skip this ingredient.

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Easy No Cook Pizza Sauce

It's so easy to make your own tomato sauce for pizzas and dips! This no cook pizza sauce takes no more than 5 minutes to make with a few simple ingredients.
Course Sauce
Cuisine American
Keyword easy pizza sauce, how to make pizza sauce, tomato pizza sauce recipe
Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Servings 2 cups
Calories 99kcal
Author Tanya

Ingredients

Instructions

  • Add ingredients to a blender or food processor.
  • Pulse a few times until desired consistency.
  • Add to pizza or use as dip.

Notes

  • This recipe is easily doubled and tripled.
  • Spread the sauce evenly on the crust and don’t be stingy, add a nice thick layer.
  • The tomato paste makes the sauce thicker and more spreadable, so don’t skip this ingredient.

Nutrition

Calories: 99kcal | Carbohydrates: 23g | Protein: 4g | Fat: 1g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Sodium: 1231mg | Potassium: 888mg | Fiber: 6g | Sugar: 13g | Vitamin A: 913IU | Vitamin C: 39mg | Calcium: 171mg | Iron: 6mg
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