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Hollandaise Sauce

hollandaise sauce, whole food ingredients

Hollandaise Sauce

This has literally been my FAVORITE recipe since I can remember. Hollandaise sauce gives me all the feels and it’s SO easy to make! Put everything in a blender and GO! I usually will toast a GF slice of bread (my favorite is Canyon Bakehouse), heat up some uncured organic ham slices, and make an egg over easy (pasture-raised, of course!) If you are confused by all the labels on eggs my first go to is pasture raised followed by organic and then soy free if possible. Vital Farms brand you cannot go wrong with!

Quality MATTERS! Something that I do love about hollandaise sauce is that my kids love it and it’s made with egg yolks, something that my kids usually say “yack” about. Egg yolks are what holds most of the micronutrients in the egg, which includes choline, vitamin A, vitamin D, vitamin B6, calcium, potassium, and healthy fats + proteins! After this, you need to try our yummy egg benedict casserole. It’s one of my favorites to make for a new mommy when she brings home her new baby!

Do NOT worry about cholesterol in eggs. Most of the cholesterol production in our body is made via our liver, NOT influenced by our diet like we assumed back in the 1980’s.

homemade hollandaise

Hollandaise Sauce

Prep Time5 minutes
Cook Time3 minutes
Total Time8 minutes
Servings: 1 Cup


  • 3 Egg Yolks Separate from the white
  • 8 Tbsp Butter Grass-Fed
  • 2 Tbsp Lemon Juice
  • 1 Tbsp Coconut Milk
  • Salt + Pepper To Taste
  • 1 Dash Cayenne Pepper


  • Put all of the ingredients into a blender and blend until smooth!
  • Enjoy! Top it on veggies, eggs, toast, etc. Makes a delicious eggs benedict!


*If you need to add a little water to the finished product to make it flow easier, add a teaspoon at a time!
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Lahana Vigliano

Lahana Vigliano is a Certified Clinical Nutritionist and CEO of Nuvitru Wellness. She has her Bachelor's Degree in Nutrition Science and Masters Degree in Nutrition Science and Functional Medicine. She is currently pursuing her doctorate degree in Clinical Nutrition. Lahana and her team help support women who struggle with weight loss, hormonal imbalances, digestive issues, chronic fatigue, and many other lingering issues that leaves women not feeling their best. She uses food as medicine, as well as herbs and supplements when needed, to support her clients. She looks at the whole body holistically making sure women are understanding how nutrition, sleep, stress, and their environment impact their health. Connect with her on Facebook + Instagram (@nuvitruwellness).