Keto Chick-Fil-A Sauce


You favorite dipping sauce from a famous chicken restaurant made keto

Dress up your chicken with this keto Chick-Fil-A sauce. You're favorite sauce to dip your chicken with is easier than you think and you only need 4 ingredients!

Sauces keep you food interesting, which is a MUST on the keto diet. Whether it’s BBQ sauce for chicken, chimichurri sauce for steak or this honey mustard sauce for your chicken strips, having an easy keto sauce recipe will keep you enjoying your keto favorites while sticking to your goals.

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Out of all the sauces from all the fast food restaurants, Chick-Fil-A sauce is my favorite! It is creamy, tangy and slightly sweet. It’s the perfect sauce to dip your chicken tenders in or smother over a chicken sandwich. It’s so good that Chick-Fil-A started bottling it and selling it to their customers. I would buy this sauce; however, it is not made with keto friendly ingredients. Instead, we have to make our own sauce. But luckily we only need four ingredients – mayonnaise, bbq sauce, keto honey and mustard.



How to make keto chick-fil-a sauce

  1. Mix together, mayonnaise, bbq sauce, honey and yellow mustard.
  2. Stir with a whisk or spoon until combined.
  3. Serve with chicken, french fries or corn dogs.

Key ingredients

  • Mayo – The mayonnaise is the base for this sauce. It’s the vehicle to combine all the flavors and it makes this keto dipping sauce creamy. You can use regular mayo or avocado mayo.
  • BBQ sauce – This is the secret ingredient to Chick-Fil-A’s sauce, otherwise it would just be honey mustard sauce. The BBQ sauce provides a hint of Southwest tangy and sweet. There are sugar free BBQ sauces you can purchase at most grocery stores or you can make your own.
  • Honey – Real honey has sugar in it. Instead we use a keto honey which is really allulose syrup flavored as honey.
  • Yellow mustard – Gives this sauce that mustard tangy which pairs perfectly with the sweet honey. Dijon mustard could be used if you don’t have yellow mustard.

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Keto Chick-Fil-A Sauce Ingredients

Keto Chick-Fil-A Sauce Directions

  • Keto Chick-Fil-A Sauce
  • a white bowl with chick-fil-a sauce in it next to waffle fries

    Expert tips for dipping sauce

    • Try different low carb bbq sauces to get different flavors. Each bbq sauce has a different flavor and you will find that experiment with different bbq sauce flavors will tweak the flavor of your dipping sauce. Try Primal Kitchen, Yo Mama or just make your own homemade sauce!
    • For a hint of smoky flavor, add a dash or two of liquid smoke.
    • Let the sauce sit for an hour or longer in the refrigerator. This will give the ingredients a chance to meld together, really enhancing the flavor of the sauce.

    Storage information

    Store leftover sauce in a tightly sealed container in the refrigerator for up to two weeks. I don’t recommend freezing the sauce; however, I’m sure it would disappear before you got to that stage anyway.

    Keto Chick-Fil-A Sauce: FAQS

    What is Chick-Fil-A sauce?

    Chick-Fil-A sauce was made by accident in the 1980s when an employee accidently added BBQ sauce to their popular honey mustard sauce.

    What can I use this sauce on?

    This is a great dipping sauce for chicken strips, french fries, even vegetables like celery or bell pepper. You can also spread the homemade Chick-Fil-A sauce on burgers and grilled chicken.

    Nutritional information & Macros

    Nutrition Information

    Keto Chick-Fil-A Sauce

    Servings: 5

    Amount Per Serving
    Calories 76
    Fat 8g
    Protein 0g
    Total Carbs 0.5g
    Net Carbs 0.5g

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      1. I just get honey flavored allulose syrup. But you may try to make your own by taking regular allulose and adding some honey flavoring to it.

        1. Really? Using “regular honey” is not keto!!! Advising someone on this blog to use regular honey is very bad advice!

          1. I meant regular allulose syrup. I edited my comment to reflect that. It wouldn’t make sense to use regular honey and add honey flavoring to it, would it? But adding honey flavoring to allulose syrup would make sense. I think Sherry understood what I was trying to say.

    1. I love this recipe. I use it for chicken tenders and even as a spread for a lettuce wrap hamburger. My family and friends love this recipe too. Thank you for all your great recipes.

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