5 ingredients and 2 minutes - that all you need to make a homemade Gluten Free BBQ Sauce. A little bit spicy and slightly sweet, it doesn't require any cooking, but still has all the flavor. Perfect for topping a burger or dipping some chicken tenders in!
Liquid honey is easier to mix in with the rest of the ingredients than regular honey, but they can be used interchangeable. If using a more solid honey, microwave it for 15 seconds before adding to make it blend better.
Honey can be substituted for sugar - preferably brown sugar
If you have it - add in some cooking liquid from your meat, for example when making pulled pork. It takes this barbecue sauce from delicious to legendary! If using, add ½ dl or ¼ cup for one batch.
How to make sure your ingredients are gluten free
Honey, liquid smoke and salt are always gluten free
Check the labels of your ketchup and Worcestershire sauce - the main culprit to look for here is malt vinegar or any other vinegar made from grains. But you never know, depending on the brand there could be some other gluten lurking there as well.
Tomato ketchup is generally gluten free, especially from the "big brands" (I always use Heinz Ketchup* which is gluten free)
Worcestershire sauce is often gluten free, but not always. I use Lea & Perrins* but this is only a guaranteed gluten free in the US, so make sure to check the label to find a gluten free worcestershire sauce. Here's a guide to which brands are generally safe.