Sauces & Rubs

Completely Keto Blackberry Sauce

In a bustling city, where the pace of life seldom slows and the search for a moment’s pause becomes ever more precious, a small rooftop garden flourished against the odds, a verdant haven amid the concrete sprawl. Here, under the tender care of Lena, an urban gardener with a secret talent for keto cuisine, a bountiful harvest of blackberries promised the birth of something special: Completely Keto Blackberry Sauce.

Lena, whose kitchen overlooked the garden, saw the ripe berries not just as fruits, but as vessels of possibility. She envisioned a sauce that could bring a touch of nature’s sweetness to the urban jungle, a keto-friendly delight.

As she simmered the blackberries, the air filled with the aroma of summer, transporting those who tasted her sauce to a world where the city’s hustle faded into the background, replaced by the simple joy of flavors that spoke of sunlit afternoons and the labor of love.

The day Lena unveiled her Completely Keto Blackberry Sauce at a neighborhood potluck, it was met with acclaim not just for its vibrant flavor but for the story it told — of a garden thriving in the least expected place, of a community coming together to share in the fruits of their collective labor.

As the evening wound down and the guests departed, full of gratitude and sweet satisfaction, the blackberry sauce remained a topic of conversation, not merely for its taste but for what it represented: a testament to the unexpected beauty and bounty that can flourish amidst the concrete, a reminder that, even in the city, there’s always room for a garden to grow and for new traditions to take root, one spoonful of blackberry sauce at a time.

Completely Keto Blackberry Sauce

Course: Sauces & Rubs
Cuisine: European
Keyword: blackberry sauce, keto blackberry sauce
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Servings: 6 people


  • 1/4 cup red wine
  • 1 tsp red wine vinegar
  • 1/4 cup shallots diced
  • 1/2 tsp garlic powder
  • 1 cup beef stock
  • 1/2 cup blackberries
  • Pink Himalayan Salt to taste
  • black pepper to taste


  1. Put a pan on medium high flame.

  2. Grease the pan and sweat shallots until tender.

  3. Pour in the blackberries and cook for 60 seconds.

  4. Pour in the red wine. Pour in all the other ingredients and bring to a simmer until thickens. Season with salt and pepper.

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