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McDonald’s Sauce Calories – What You Need To Know

I love Mcdonald’s. And I love their sauces. So much so that I recently thought it would be a good idea to look into the calories of each one. I’d like to share my research here with you today.

McDonalds Sauce Calories

Below you can find all the nutritional information for every sauce on the McDonalds menu:

Mcdonalds
Sauce
Calories
(Per

Serving)
Fat
(g)
Carbohydrates
(g)
Fiber
(g)
Protein
(g)
Salt
(mg)
Tangy BBQ
Sauce
4501100260
Spicy Buffalo
Sauce
303100520
Creamy Ranch
Sauce
11012100160
Honey Mustard
Sauce
603.5610125
Honey50012000
Sweet ‘N Sour
Sauce
5001100160
Ketchup270.15.900480
Mustard0000065
Mayonnaise110000065
Tartar Sauce14015000150

Please note: these numbers have been taken directly from the McDonalds website and include all sauces at the time of writing.

What Is The Lowest Calorie Sauce At McDonald’s?

The lowest calorie condiment at Mcdonald’s is their mustard (0 calories) or ketchup (27 calories per serving). Although, their lowest calorie dipping sauce is their Spicy Buffalo Sauce at 30 calories. Their Tangy BBQ sauce is not too far behind with 45 calories per serving.

Finally

So there you have it, a quick handy guide for identifying the calories in the suite of sauces at Mcdonald’s.

Just bear in mind that different sauces go best with different things, and that depending on your own nutritional stance and requirements, not all sauces may be suitable.

For instance, if you are on a low-fat diet; you’re going to want to stay clear of the likes of their Tartar sauce (which is naturally included in the Filet-O-Fish by the way.

If you are watching your carbohydrates, specifically sugars, then you may want to stay away from the Sweet ‘N Sour sauce. There are 10 grams of sugar in it did you know.

And lastly, just be mindful of the sodium content.

McDonald’s sauces are naturally quite high in sodium, added to all the sodium found in the other foods on the menu, particularly the chips.