True Made Foods is remaking America’s iconic condiments using foods that are rooted in tradition, heritage, and most importantly, the ground. I was sent Veggie Ketchup No Sugar is naturally sweetened with apple, butternut squash, and carrots, yet even the pickiest eaters love it for dipping, dunking, and squeezing. Each bottle contains more than ½ a pound of American-grown fruits and veggies, plus the iconic ketchup taste you expect at every cookout.
Kansas City BBQ Sauce this sticky-sweet barbecue sauce style was meant to be brushed on ribs. For our recipe, Legendary Pitmaster Ed Mitchell went back to an era before corn syrup reigned supreme and sweetened ours with butternut squash, carrots, and a touch of light brown cane sugar. It has the same texture and sweetness as most modern sauces, but without all the added sugar. Thick and sweet, you can freely pour this veggie-packed staple on whatever just came off the smoker, the grill, or the stovetop guilt-free.
Yellow Mustard there Classic American Yellow Mustard is made with American-grown fruits and vegetables, including carrots and butternut squash to add a slight sweetness. Its zesty flavor matches the classic yellow mustard of the ballpark, but with a taste that’s naturally better than the rest. Squeeze it onto hamburgers, hotdogs, or whatever else calls for a little bit of nostalgia.
My Opinion: I used the ketchup for dipping my fries and fish in and it was not bad at all. The mustard was good too on my turkey sandwich & hotdog. I also enjoyed the bbq sauce on my chicken.
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