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Three Little Pigs All-Natural SaucesAs we round out our week long rendition of The Monthly Rubdown, you didn’t really think we’d showcase a line of all-natural seasonings without offering up a selection of sauces to go with it? Lucky for us, Three Little Pigs also have a complimentary line of all-natural BBQ sauces to pair with their tasty all-natural seasonings. If you’re a fan of their ever-popular Competition Sauce, then you’ll be happy to learn that each of these all-natural sauces were derived from that very recipe.

Just like the Three Little Pigs All-Natural Seasonings, their All-Natural Sauces are MSG and Gluten Free and contain 100% all-natural ingredients. The exact same sauce recipe that crowned the Three Little Pigs as American Royal champions 8 different times was the base for these BBQ sauces, so you can rest assured that flavor and quality are at the forefront of this brand!

Three Little Pigs All-Natural Sauces

All-Natural Kansas City Sweet Sauce (14 oz) – $4.99
All-Natural Kansas City Original Sauce (4.8 oz) – $4.99
All-Natural Kansas City Spicy Sauce (5.3 oz) – $4.99

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Discussion

  1. Tara says:

    Nice! Good to know!

  2. Jim says:

    If any of you guys are into hot sauces, check out my new hot sauce app. http://www.jimsburningringoffire.com We have over 500 sauces and plan to add many more.

    Cheers

    Jim

  3. joef says:

    I have had KC original, it’s was very good. I would even say top ten out there. But I question the all natural try to be hippy-tastic. Come the 3 pigs contradict the natural thing anyways. but over all good stuff. Joe of smokehousegrills.com

  4. flowanom says:

    “I would even say top ten out there. But I question the all natural try to be hippy-tastic. Come the 3 pigs contradict the natural thing anyways. but over all good stuff. Joe of smokehousegrills.”
    Where else can I read about it?