Stubb’s Bar-B-Q Slider All Natural Cooking Sauce

By | Nov 5, 2014

Stubb’s Bar-B-Q Slider All Natural Cooking Sauce is my new favorite thing. Seriously, if you’re a barbecue-meat-lover, you have got to try this cooking sauce.

I’m normally not into barbecue sauce. I’m more of a honey mustard kind of girl. Stubb’s, though, takes barbecue sauce to another level. You can use the product either in a skillet or in a slow cooker. I opted for the skillet.

Stubb's Bar-B-Q All Natural Gluten-Free Cooking Sauce: Package

You open the bag by pulling on a draw string!

The recipe on the package called for 1.5 pounds of ground beef, but I decided to use ground chicken I had in the freezer instead of making a special trip to the grocery store. Stubb’s Bar-B-Q Slider All Natural Cooking Sauce comes with three packages: the spice rub, the cooking sauce and the finishing sauce. All you need to do is shake on the spice rub and add the cooking sauce while your meat browns. I was amazed to see that the chicken completely sucked up the cooking sauce, which resulted in a whole lot of flavor in each bite. Stubb’s also provides you with the finishing sauce for an extra burst of flavor and to keep the meat moist.

Stubb's Bar-B-Q All Natural Gluten-Free Cooking Sauce: in the skillet

Right after adding the finishing sauce

All in all, it took about 15 minutes to make. So easy! I loved the brown sugary-sweet taste of the sauce, which was followed by a little kick of spice with a whole lot of flavor. The sauce was even surprisingly low in calories. I can see this being a great way for busy adults to serve up a delicious meal for the family in only a short amount of time. Just add your meat of choice made with Stubb’s cooking sauce and put it on your gluten-free bread/roll of choice.

To learn more about Stubb’s certified gluten-free Bar-B-Q Slider All Natural Cooking Sauce, head here. They have other skillet and slow cooker friendly sauces: Chili Fixings, Hatch Chile, Smokehouse Bourbon (all certified gluten-free).

1 Comment so far
  1. Marcia Frazee (gluten free for 10+ years) February 23, 2016 12:45 pm

    I love, love, love STUBBS Barbecue Slider Cooking Sauce to make pulled pork in the slow cooker. Since the package accommodates 1 1/2 lbs of meat, I use 4 to 6 packages depending upon the size of the pork shoulder I’m roasting. (Note: a pork shoulder is an ideal cut of meat for deliciously juicy pulled pork) Simply coat the roast with the Seasoning Packets & pour on the Cooking Sauce. Eight hours later you have yourself a mighty tasty happening!!!!!!! Remove meat…discard bones & fat & liquid in which meat was cooked. Shred meat in a bowl & add Finishing sauce that comes in the same package. What a find!!!!!!!!!!!! Most importantly Wal-Mart grocery stores have packages for $1.00 to 3.00 cheaper than you’ll find everywhere else.

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