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Few condiments are quite as transformative as barbeque sauce—it can even make boneless, skinless chicken breasts taste totally crave-able, and that's no small feat. The only problem: Most sauces list sugar or high fructose corn syrup as the first ingredient, and a tiny 2-tablespoon serving can pack as much as 15 grams of sugar. (And, honestly, who really stops at 2 tablespoons? Not us). So we scoured the grocery store for the best-tasting sauces with the least amount of sweet stuff. Here, six tasty varieties that have 7 grams of sugar (or less!) per 2-tablespoon serving. (Trying to eat less sugar? Then check out for tips on how to avoid sugar and cut cravings.)
Annie's Original BBQ Sauce
4 g sugar per serving
Our favorite thing about this all-organic sauce? Sugar is the fourth ingredient listed, not the first. (Find out 10 surprising foods that list sugar as the first ingredient.) And most of the sweetness comes from molasses, one of the best natural sweeteners you can use (.70, annies.com).
Bone Doctors' Carolina Bold Barbeque Sauce
1 g sugar per serving
No, the name isn't just a play on the bones in your meat—this line of sauce was actually developed by two orthopedic surgeons. This Carolina-style sauce is more tangy than sugary—a welcome departure from the cloying sweetness of mainstream brands ( to , bonedoctorsbbq.com). Check out these 15 simple condiment recipes that will transform your next barbeque.
Stubb's Original Bar-B-Q Sauce
4 g sugar per serving
You can't go wrong with this classic bottle: It's available in most major supermarkets at a really reasonable price (.25, stubbsbbq.com).
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Tessemae's Matty's BBQ Sauce
7 g sugar per serving
This sauce is approved for just about every single diet out there: It's vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free, Paleo, and even approved for Whole30. It's the only sauce we found that gets sweetness from 100% pureed dates instead of refined sugar (, tessemaes.com).
Dinosaur Bar-B-Que Sensuous Slathering Sauce
5 g sugar per serving
Chain restaurants are notorious for pumping their sauces and dressings full of sugar. Dinosaur (which has locations throughout the Northeast) does a surprisingly good job with this reasonably sweetened sauce (, dinosaurbarbque.com).
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