Sweet Baby Ray’s Is the Only Grocery Store BBQ Sauce Worth Buying—And Now, They Have a Low-Carb Version
Everyone can enjoy the sweet nectar of the barbecue gods with Sweet Baby Ray’s no-sugar-added varieties.
I am all for making things from scratch. I mean, I work at MyRecipes… I, in fact, enjoy cooking without shortcuts. But that doesn’t mean I have the time, or even the energy, to go all-out in the kitchen every day. And I have a creeping suspicion that you don’t either.
Barbecue sauce is one of those items that, as easy as it is to prepare from scratch, I might make only a handful of times during the summer. To me, bbq sauce is a lot like mayonnaise—homemade is delicious and not terribly difficult to whip up, but I’m still probably gonna reach for the jar (Duke’s, please) to make my weekday tuna sandwich. And for the majority of my weekly grilling needs, I’m reaching for bottled barbecue sauce. Not just any bottled barbecue sauce, though—nine times out of ten, it’s gotta be Sweet Baby Ray’s.
SBR’s perfectly balanced, rich flavors have earned the sauce its borderline cult following. They keep their bottled varieties classic and versatile, nothing outlandish or single-use. A bottle of the Sweet Baby is a high-quality workhorse.
And now, I’m thrilled to say that even more grilling enthusiasts can find joy in the delicious convenience of Sweet Baby Ray’s—even Keto dieters. The award-winning sauce company has released a new line of Ray’s No-Sugar-Added sauces that weigh in with only 1 gram of sugar and 1 gram net carbs per serving. Additionally, the sauces—currently available in Original and Hickory flavor varieties—are gluten-free, vegetarian, and vegan.
The no-sugar-added barbecue sauces can be found on store shelves or online at a suggested retail price of $3.29 or less, depending on where you’re located. Whether you’re reaching for one of Ray’s low-carb bottles or a classic variety like Sweet Baby Ray’s Sweet Golden Mustard (my personal favorite for ribs and grilled chicken breasts), you really can’t go wrong. So fire up the grill and reach for some of our best grilling recipes or favorite barbecue recipes for your dinner line-up this week.