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What are some good BBQ sauces to use?

We love to bbq and last night we double checked some of our bbq sauces and couldn't tell if they were gluten-free. They ahd some iffy questionable ingredients and the place was closed so I couldn't call. so we decided to go for it since the product was made in the USA. Hopefully the ingredients were too!

Since we are still knew at this we ahve a few bottles that I think I am going to give away that have gluten in them but from now on for things that the whole family uses like condiments we are all going to be gluten-free on them.

Is KC masterpiece origonal gluten-free?

Sweet Baby Rays origonal?

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Sweet Baby Ray's is gluten-free--and my absolute favorite. We love the Hickory and Brown Sugar, the original is very good, too.

Kraft Original is gluten-free for sure. As for their other flavors, any gluten would be clearly listed on the label as it is for all Kraft products.

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I either use the Wegmans brand sauce or Sweet Baby Ray's. Both are very tasty. I have also used Kraft too, they are a very trustworthy company when it comes to listing gluten.

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Thanks! I need to go get some more sweet baby rays. I have the Terriaki in the house which is a no go :( Last night we used KC Masterpiece Hikory brown sugar and it was yummy. So far so good. DD seems fine!

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if you can find it try Bone Suckin' Sauce. It comes in a jelly jar shaped jar. You can get it at specialty food stores or check out their website. www.bonesuckin.com . Its great!

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if you can find it try Bone Suckin' Sauce. It comes in a jelly jar shaped jar. You can get it at specialty food stores or check out their website. www.bonesuckin.com . Its great!

Thanks! I have seen that suace!

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We make our own--ketchup, brown sugar and Kraft Zesty Italian dressing :P

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We make our own--ketchup, brown sugar and Kraft Zesty Italian dressing :P

That sounds very tasty!

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What are some good BBQ sauces to use?

We love to bbq and last night we double checked some of our bbq sauces and couldn't tell if they were gluten-free. They ahd some iffy questionable ingredients and the place was closed so I couldn't call. so we decided to go for it since the product was made in the USA. Hopefully the ingredients were too!

Since we are still knew at this we ahve a few bottles that I think I am going to give away that have gluten in them but from now on for things that the whole family uses like condiments we are all going to be gluten-free on them.

Is KC masterpiece origonal gluten-free?

Sweet Baby Rays origonal?

KC mastetpiece is gluten free, thats the one that I use, and also Kraft bbq sauce. Did anyone notice how helpful and nice various companies are when you call to question if their product contains gluten?? Usually they offer me free coupons for different products. :) Janet

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I buy "cookies" bbq sauce which can be found at your local walmart. It says gluten free right on the bottle, and it tastes similar to Famous Dave's which was my favorite prior to being dxd.

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I buy "cookies" bbq sauce which can be found at your local walmart. It says gluten free right on the bottle, and it tastes similar to Famous Dave's which was my favorite prior to being dxd.

Thanks again all!

Famous Daves :( that was one of my daughters fav place to eat. the fact that the sauce there isn'tGF is a little bit of info mommy needs to hide from her until she gets more used to the diet. Looks like my only place to get sweat tea up north has just been nixed from our places we can eat :(

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Thanks again all!

Famous Daves :( that was one of my daughters fav place to eat. the fact that the sauce there isn'tGF is a little bit of info mommy needs to hide from her until she gets more used to the diet. Looks like my only place to get sweat tea up north has just been nixed from our places we can eat :(

Famous Dave's Texas Pit is gluten free! I call them the other day and they confirmed it!

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What are some good BBQ sauces to use?

We love to bbq and last night we double checked some of our bbq sauces and couldn't tell if they were gluten-free. They ahd some iffy questionable ingredients and the place was closed so I couldn't call. so we decided to go for it since the product was made in the USA. Hopefully the ingredients were too!

Since we are still knew at this we ahve a few bottles that I think I am going to give away that have gluten in them but from now on for things that the whole family uses like condiments we are all going to be gluten-free on them.

Is KC masterpiece origonal gluten-free?

Sweet Baby Rays origonal?

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Famous Dave's Texas Pit is gluten-free--and it's wonderful!

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Another bbq sauce that has "gluten free" on the label is Kinder's. The problem is that it is manufactured on equipment that processes WHEAT! That is a no go for a person with celiac. My dad was trying to conform to my diet and he saw it said gluten free so he purchased it. We didn't find out until later when I became ill that the processing warning was on the bottom line of the ingredients. They shouldn't market that as"Gluten Free" when cross contamination is involved.

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This topic is over 5 years old. Please re- check ingredients on products that are mentioned. 5 years is a long time for food products and ingredients and practices change. I think there are newer threads about BBq sauces that might be more helpful.

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please note that this is a thread from 2007 and manufacturers change their ingredients.  always read the bottle/package and check ingredients.  

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Sweet Baby Ray's Original is still gluten-free and is marked as such on the bottle.

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What are some good BBQ sauces to use?

We love to bbq and last night we double checked some of our bbq sauces and couldn't tell if they were gluten-free. They ahd some iffy questionable ingredients and the place was closed so I couldn't call. so we decided to go for it since the product was made in the USA. Hopefully the ingredients were too!

Since we are still knew at this we ahve a few bottles that I think I am going to give away that have gluten in them but from now on for things that the whole family uses like condiments we are all going to be gluten-free on them.

Is KC masterpiece origonal gluten-free?

Sweet Baby Rays origonal?

 

'Stubbs' states they are Gluten free. I called 'Sticky Fingers' about the 'Carolina Sweet' and they tol me it's gluten free.

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