Salt Lick Honey Pecan BBQ Sauce Review

Salt Lick Honey Pecan BBQ Sauce Review
Salt Lick Honey Pecan BBQ Sauce

Product Name: Salt Lick Honey Pecan BBQ Sauce

Product Description: 12 ounce bottle of bbq sauce from Salt Lick.

Brand: Salt Lick

Offer price: 5.45

Currency: USD

  • Honey Pecan Flavor
  • Mustard Peach Flavor


The Salt Lick Honey Pecan BBQ Sauce is a mustard and peach flavored sauce that pairs well with chicken and pork.  This is a thick sauce that is on the sweeter profile and is not spicy.

I can see why some people really get into this sauce but it’s just not a flavor profile that gets me excited.


Interesting Flavors




Blatantly Misnamed

The Salt Lick is one of the most famous barbecue restaurants in Texas so I was I was initially excited to find their sauces for sale in my local grocery store.

The first sauce I tried was the “Spicy Sauce” and it was awful.  Next I tried the Honey Pecan BBQ Sauce and, while this sauce is much better, I will not be buying another bottle.

Salt Lick Honey Pecan BBQ Sauce

Honey Pecan BBQ Sauce Nutrition and Ingredients

Let’s take a closer look at what you get with this bottle of sauce.

Nutrition Facts

You get 12 ounces of sauce per jar.  One serving is two tablespoons and there are about 12 servings per jar.

The nutritional facts for a single serving are:

  • Calories: 35
  • Fat: 0g (0% DV)
  • Cholesterol: 0mg (0% DV)
  • Sodium: 150mg (6% DV)
  • Carbohydrates: 8g (3% DV)
  • Protein: 0g

The calories and fat in this sauce are extremely lower than what you get in the bloated Salt Lick Spicy BBQ Sauce.  That is a step in the right direction.

Honey Pecan BBQ Sauce Nutrition

Ingredient List

The sauce has the following ingredients:

  • Tomato puree
  • Brown sugar
  • Prepared Mustard
  • Peaches
  • Apple cider vinegar
  • Onions
  • Molasses
  • Honey
  • Worcestershire sauce
  • Lemon juice
  • Salt
  • Pecans
  • Black pepper
  • Dehydrated orange peel
  • Celery salt
  • Smoke flavor
  • Xanthan gum

How Does Salt Lick’s Spicy BBQ Sauce Taste?

I tried this sauce on some chicken and, once again, got ticked off at the stupid names that Salt Lick gives their sauces.

Yes, this sauce does contain both honey and pecans so they can technically call this a “Honey Pecan Sauce”.  The thing is, this is actually a “Mustard Peach Sauce”.

Seriously, look at the ingredient list above!  Honey is the 8th listed ingredient and comes after brown sugar (2nd ingredient) and molasses (7th ingredient).  Pecan is the 12th listed ingredients compared to mustard (3rd ingredient) and peaches (4th ingredient).

The sweet mustard and peach combination actually works quite well together and the sauce tastes pretty nice.  This is very much a sweet sauce but is not overly sweet and there are no bad after tastes like Kinder’s Zero Sugar Jalapeno sauce.

Chicken Wing with Honey Pecan BBQ Sauce

Although I think the sauce is okay I probably will not buy it again.  I like the use of peaches with barbecue but this sauce is pretty expensive and doesn’t really get me excited.

Reviews From Amazon Customers

I wanted to see what other people thought about this sauce so I checked out the customer reviews on Amazon.  There were 73 reviews for this sauce on Amazon as of November, 2021 which are enough reviews to get a pretty good idea of what people think.

  • 78% of customers like the sauce enough to leave 5 and 4 Star Reviews.
  • 16% of customers disliked the sauce enough to leave 1 and 2 Star reviews.

Amazon Reviews of Salt Lick Honey Pecan Sauce

Some of the Positive comments left by Amazon customers include:

  • Great flavor I use some on ribs the other day I will be purchasing this sauce again.
  • Great unique flavor. Not too thick. Great for chicken.
  • Really loved the taste of this stuff. One of my favorites.

Many of the negative comments were about bottles arriving broken but there was one negative comment about the sauce itself which is given below.

  • I was very disappointed in this bbq sauce. It’s not very thick at all, kind of smells like ketchup and doesn’t have pecan flavoring at all.


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