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Honey BBQ Sauce

Rated as 4.87 out of 5 Stars

"Honey BBQ sauce that tastes very close to the BBW sauce. Tastes great on chicken, beef, pork, or anything else."
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30 m servings 65
Original recipe yields 16 servings (2 cups)


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  1. Stir ketchup, honey, vinegar, and molasses together in a saucepan over medium heat until smooth; add liquid smoke, salt, black pepper, paprika, chili powder, onion powder, garlic powder, and cayenne pepper. Stir the seasonings into the ketchup mixture, reduce heat to low, and simmer until thickened, about 20 minutes.

Nutrition Facts

Per Serving: 65 calories; 0.4 16.5 0.3 0 243 Full nutrition

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This recipe is delicious! I made a small change however, I added a chipotle pepper instead of cayenne. It tasted exactly like the honey chipotle sauce from Chilis! So yummy! I'm getting ready t...

This is better than any store bought BBQ sauce. Tasted great on my smoked pork butt.

We were a little short on honey and we used cumin instead of the liquid smoke. But this sauce turned our wings into the best we've ever had. Great recipe!

The whole family liked the sauce. A few had slight comments about it though. My wife thought the original recipe was too spicy so she added more honey. My daughter thought after the honey was ad...

This was a great BBQ sauce! The only variation was that I cut the amount of cayenne in half just for personal preference. Made ribs with this sauce that were just melt in your mouth delicious! T...

Went by the recipe. It had a very sweet & tangy taste.

Really enjoyed this BBQ sauce. I added no salt but otherwise made it as written. The spicy kick with the sweet was very tasty .This will be my go to recipe from now on!

Great recipe. I leave out the cayenne pepper for my kids, they think it is spicy with the pepper. Other than that it is a great recipe. Great on chicken or beef.

I'm allergic to garlic, so I leave out the garlic powder and the chili powder. I add a bit more cayenne and paprika. And it is still delicious! And no chemicals you might find in the bottled BBQ...