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What Sauces Does Five Guys Have?

Five Guys dedication to handcrafting their flavor is what lets them sit in the big leagues of fast food chains. Their sauces highlight the level of quality and flavor they’ve reached. Arby’s sauces and Wendy’s sauces have much to be proud of, but Five Guys sauces just hit differently. So, what sauces does Five Guys have that have the folks flocking to them?

Five Guys has a mustard sauce, A1 sauce, relish, and hot sauce. But this isn’t all! So, let’s jump into all the flavors Five Guys sauces have!

All of Five Guys Sauces

Mayo Sauce

Made in-house behind the doors of The Five Guys kitchen is their classic mayo sauce. The creamy, rich, zesty, and tangy profile it has truly something else. All this packed into only 110 calories, a real steal. This sauce is the perfect pairing for Five Guys’ regular or Cajun fries, bacon cheeseburger, and the BLT.

Bar-B-Que Sauce

A BBQ sauce that uses only the best thickening techniques for BBQ sauce. Five Guys really have hit the nail on the head with this sauce. The rich and smoother texture of the Bar-B-Que sauce is bound with a tangy, sweet, smoky, and sour flavor profile. This smoky Cattlemen’s Brand barbeque sauce combines molasses, brown sugar, vinegar, and chili peppers at just 50 calories. A scrumptious pairing for their cheeseburger or bacon cheeseburger.

Ketchup Sauce

This is one of the simpler types of sauces at Five Guys, but it certainly isn’t the least flavorful. It has everything you’d expect a typical ketchup to have but with a balance of, well, everything. A hard thing for any sauce. The ketchup has that nice salty, sweet, and sour note with a strong earthy and umami undertone. The 30 calories it has will be perfect for, you guessed it, fries. But a good bacon burger and cheese dog can never go wrong.

Relish Sauce

A relish sauce isn’t a typical sauce you’d find at a fast food joint, but when done right, it can be a game changer of flavor. Luckily, Five Guys has. At 15 calories per serving, the garlic, turmeric, pickles, onions, mustard, and vinegar make for a fantastic flavor combo. A more than tasty topping for their BLT, grilled cheese, and veggie sandwiches.

Mustard Sauce

You’d be surprised how much a classic sauce like this can be introduced with a new leaf of flavor. The Five Guys mustard is a tangy, creamy, and buttery condiment. It has that familiar mustardy bite from the ground mustard seeds but also packs a delicious zesty and bold flavor. With zero calories, you can’t go wrong when splashing this on their classic hamburger or bacon dog.

A Five Guys burger with mustard sauce spread inside.

Hot Sauce

Nothing can beat a classic hot sauce in any fast food joint. Nando’s sauce selection have done well with their selection, but Five Guys just know how to properly thicken hot sauce. The smoother and rich texture and blend of cayenne peppers, vinegar, water, garlic, and salt delivers a deliciously tangy, vinegary flavor. At 0 calories, it’s the perfect coating for fries, burgers, and bacon cheese dog.

A1 Sauce

This is one of the tastiest steak sauces I’ve had so far. The A1 sauce Five Guys put forward is a tangy, savory sauce like no other. It’s made from tomatoes, raisins, vinegar, molasses, and a blend of herbs and spices. This blend carries over a tart and sour profile with only 15 calories. It has unmatched calories and flavor for their little hamburger, bacon burger, and Five Guys style fries.

🧐 FAQs

Can you buy Five Guys sauces in bottles?

Yes, you can buy Five Guys sauces in bottles, as they offer their signature sauces for sale in-store and online.

Which is the best Five Guys sauce for fries?

Some popular choices include the A1 Sauce, BBQ Sauce, and Hot Sauce. But you can never go wrong with classic ketchup.

Do you need to pay extra for the Five Guys sauces?

No, you do not need to pay extra for the Five Guys sauces, as they offer their signature sauces for free with your order.

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