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Old Wed, Aug-09-17, 12:07
HTGUY HTGUY is offline
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Hello gang,

I found these sugar and carb free sauces and they are great!! I am sure they have may have been discussed, but I am adding my opinion. The brand name is G Hughes. He makes both the Ketchup and BBQ sauce. I myself prefer the Hickory. I did not care for the maple and Honey. The ketchup is also great. I cannot tell the difference between the sugar free and regular ketchup. My daughter tried the Hickory BBQ sauce without me even telling her what it was when I made BBQ Chicken awhile back and she said “Wow” this BBQ sauce is great! I thought it was funny she said that considering that it was sugar free and the first time I used. I do not use allot, but it is nice to have some options to take the edge off. Considering I love BBQing, it has been a winner for me. I just bought a pellet smoker and I need BBQ sauce and this has been a saver.

I bought it on Amazon, but I recently found the ketchup and BBQ sauce in my local food market.
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Old Wed, Aug-09-17, 17:25
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Hi HT,

Great find! I am in the market for low/no-carb bbq sauce. What's used for sweetener in the ones you found? I don't do well with artificial sweeteners, but stevia (in small amounts) sometimes works okay. I was thinking I was going to have to come up with my own recipe. I do have a huge crop of tomatoes this year...

KL
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Old Thu, Aug-10-17, 03:35
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Many low carb recipes for sauces and dressings on the web...check the recipe forum here. http://forum.lowcarber.org/forumdisplay.php?f=124
Also recommend the recipes in Kristie's Cookbook and YouTube. She uses "surkin" as the sweetener, which I have yet to buy. I have Swerve, and so rarely use it, a bag lasts me a long time.
http://forum.lowcarber.org/showthread.php?t=470795
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=hBE0Tsle6KA

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Old Thu, Aug-10-17, 12:27
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I have made allot of her recipes.
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Old Thu, Aug-10-17, 13:04
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Hi HT,

Great find! I am in the market for low/no-carb bbq sauce. What's used for sweetener in the ones you found? I don't do well with artificial sweeteners, but stevia (in small amounts) sometimes works okay. I was thinking I was going to have to come up with my own recipe. I do have a huge crop of tomatoes this year...

KL
The sweeter is Sucralose (Splenda) Does not specify what exact brand it is, but I imagine it is liquid.

What do you mean that you do not do well? Do you get sick or does it effect your weight loss? Me personally, I do not touch anything Aspartame, however I do use liquid Sucralose and have done great with it. I also like Truvia and the new natural Splenda is the same, but I realized that they both have carbs in it. There is also Xylitol, but I have dogs and I don’t use anything with warnings. My dogs are beggars, so I will not use anything that is a danger to them.

I have done well with liquid Sucralose. I am knocking on losing 70lbs and I use both granular Splenda and liquid. Keep experimenting, you may find something that works great for you.
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