With just a handful of ingredients, this tasty Keto Honey Mustard Sauce is the perfect combination of tangy, sweet and savory! It's a fantastic sugar-free dressing or dipping sauce the whole family will love.
❤️ Why You’ll Love This Keto Honey Mustard Sauce Recipe
- Taste even better than traditional store-bought honey mustard
- With only 5 ingredients, it takes just minutes to whip up
- Perfect sauce for many different low carb proteins and veggies
- Sugar-Free with zero net carbs
If you follow Keto or a low carb diet, you have probably resigned yourself to the fact there would be certain things there could never be a REALLY good substitute for. Honey mustard was probably at the top of your list. Afterall, the "honey" in honey mustard is anything but low carb.
I had those same thoughts. But that all changed when I was introduced to the absolute best Sugar-Free Keto Honey Substitute. I used it to create this amazing Keto Honey Mustard Sauce, and boy, was I pleased!
Once you’ve tried this sugar-free homemade honey mustard sauce, you'll be making it all the time! It has all the same classic flavors that you expect in a good quality honey mustard sauce, but without all the extra carbs from sugar. It’s perfect on salads, meat and veggies.
The kids are going to love this sauce too! It'll keep in your fridge for up to a week and trust me, once you taste it, you’ll be using it on everything!
What’s in Sugar-Free Honey Mustard
*Exact measurements are listed in the recipe card below.
How to Make Keto Honey Mustard Sauce
Add all of the ingredients into a mixing bowl.
Whisk until well combined. That’s it!
Unfortunately, no. The honey used to make honey mustard is basically nothing more than sugar and carbs. For a single serving of traditional honey mustard sauce, you are looking at up to 12 grams of carbs! That's over half a daily allowance.
But this Keto version of honey mustard uses a honey substitute that allows you to enjoy your favorite dipping sauce completely guilt-free with zero net carbs.
Honey mustard sauce is made from simple ingredients like whole grain mustard, vinegar, mayonnaise and spices that is sweetened up with honey (or in this case sugar-free honey).
The problem with finding a good substitute to honey is the texture. Honey is sticky because when bees mix water with nectar, the hydrogen in the water makes the honey gloriously gooey. Honey’s sticky consistency is what makes this natural sweetener so hard to duplicate also.
If you want a product that will deliver both on sweetness and stickiness, then give this Keto Honey substitute by Wholesome Yum a try! You'll find a ton of different ways to use it.
This sweet gooey honey substitute is made using monk fruit, allulose and tapioca fiber. It’s a sugar free honey alternative that taste like, bakes like, smells like and drizzles like traditional honey.
Most people prefer the spiciness of Dijon over yellow mustard when making honey mustard. But if you’re in a pinch or you just prefer the way yellow mustard taste, you can use a 1:1 substitution for the Dijon.
Ways to Use Honey Mustard
If you love honey mustard, then you know that this sauce is good on just about anything! Here are some of the most popular ways you will enjoy using it:
- Drizzle it over Baked Salmon or Air Fryer Salmon
- Use it as dressing on a garden salad or as substitute for Ranch in Cobb Salad
- Use it instead of mayo in deviled eggs
- Serve it as a dipping sauce for Keto Coconut Shrimp or Fried Shrimp
- Toss it in with vegetables before grilling
- Serve as a dipping sauce for Fried Eggplant Fries or Zucchini Fries
- Add it as a sweet and tangy dressing over Zucchini Noodle Pasta Salad
More Keto Sauces
- Bearnaise Sauce
- Easy Alfredo Sauce
- Easy Cheese Sauce for Veggies
- Bang Bang Sauce
- Buffalo Cheese Sauce
- Homemade Pesto
- Buffalo Wing Sauce
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*Nutritional data is provided as a courtesy and is accurate to the best of my knowledge. You can verify it using the nutrition calculator of your choice. All data is based on net carbs, without sugar alcohol- Swerve, Erythritol, Allulose, or Monk Fruit.