In a saucepan, add the coconut milk, roasted garlic, chicken base, pepper, and salt.Using a handheld blender or countertop blender, process until smooth.
Bring thesauce almost to a boil and add the rice flour. Whisk until smooth and the saucethickens. Cook the flour at least 5 minutes, which allows for it to soften.
You can serve this sauce as a dipping sauce, a sauce for pizza (amazing!), to top rice or pasta, as a substitute for cream of mushroom soup, and so much more.
For low-dairy, use the coconut milk plus the cheese.
For dairy-free, use the coconut milk and omit the cheese but you can use cashew butter and nutritional yeast if you wish to make a dairy-free version of Alfredo sauce.
For the Dairy Version:
Make the dairy version by using heavy whipping cream and optional cheese and water if desired.