Paleo Raising Cane’s Chicken Dipping Sauce is the paleo dipping sauce we have been waiting for. It is peppery, tangy, and so, so good. It tastes just like the real deal Raising Cane’s Sauce and is an addicting dipping sauce for fries, chicken, chips, burgers, and more.

This Paleo version of the iconic Cane’s Sauce is customized to meet all kinds of dietary requirements – it is my go-to sauce when I am doing a Whole30!

A blue and white bowl of orange Raising Cane's dipping sauce with a red spatula and a Cane's napkin.

🥘 Ingredients Needed

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🥣 How to Make It

Paleo Cane’s sauce is SO easy to make. All you have to do is put your paleo mayonnaise, paleo ketchup, paleo Worcestershire sauce, garlic powder, pepper, and Tony Chachere’s Creole Seasoning in a bowl.

Then, mix it all together.

A blue and white bowl of the partially mixed ingredients of Raising Cane's dipping sauce with a red spatula and a Cane's napkin.

The most important step now is to wait. It takes at least 6 hours for the sauce to develop the awesome flavor that you want. If you taste it right away, it will just taste like ketchup.

🍳 Serving Suggestions & Uses

Cane’s sauce was made for dipping chicken tenders, but you can seriously use it for so many things.

We use it for:

  • Baked French Fries
  • Sweet Potato Fries
  • Dressing on a bunless burger, to top a burger bowl, or on top of Egg Roll in a Bowl.

Don’t judge me, but I have also eaten this sauce drizzled on sliced avocado and on scrambled eggs. This stuff is a magical sauce.

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What Does Paleo Raising Cane’s Sauce Taste Like?

This sauce is equal parts tangy, peppery, and spicy. You get all of the good parts of ketchup and mayonnaise combined with black pepper, Tony Chachere’s seasoning, and garlic. It is seriously so good.

A pin image blue and white bowl of orange Raising Cane's dipping sauce with a red spatula and a Cane's napkin.

✏️ Helpful Tips

  • You must let the sauce sit for at LEAST 6 hours. I know that sucks, but if you try to use it right away, it will taste just like ketchup.
  • You have to add Tony Chachere’s Creole Seasoning. It seriously makes the difference in this sauce.

📖 Options

Can You Make this Sauce Vegan?

This recipe is a variation of my regular Cane’s sauce recipe, and the world is your oyster when it comes to using your own ingredients. To make this recipe vegan, just use your favorite vegan mayonnaise and vegan Worcestershire sauce. (Just bear in mind that vegan Worchestershire sauce is not Paleo/gluten-free.)

🥫 Storage/Shelf Life/Reheating

Try to use your Cane’s Sauce within a week of making it. It is probably still safe to eat after a week, but it won’t taste as good. If you can’t eat it all at once – you can freeze half and when you are ready to use it again, let it come to room temperature on its own. (Do not heat it.)

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A pin image blue and white bowl of orange Raising Cane's dipping sauce with a red spatula and a Cane's napkin.

Paleo Raising Cane’s Dipping Sauce

5 from 3 votes
Paleo Raising Cane's Chicken Dipping Sauce is the paleo dipping sauce we have been waiting for. It is peppery, tangy, and so, so good. It tastes just like the real deal Raising Cane's Sauce and is an addicting dipping sauce for fries, chicken, chips, burgers, and more.
Author: Kari
Servings: 4
Prep: 2 minutes
Sitting Time: 6 hours
Total: 6 hours 2 minutes

Ingredients  

Instructions 

  • Add all ingredients to a small mixing bowl and whisk until combined thoroughly.
  • Transfer to an airtight container.
  • Let your sauce sit in the refrigerator for a least 6 hours before serving. You will get the best flavor by leaving it in the fridge overnight.

Notes

Keep your Raising Cane’s sauce stored in the refrigerator. Try to use your sauce within 5 – 7 days, otherwise freeze the sauce. To use frozen sauce, let it defrost naturally – do not heat it.

Special Equipment Needeed

Nutrition

Serving: 0.25cupCalories: 210kcalCarbohydrates: 5gProtein: 1gFat: 21gSaturated Fat: 3gCholesterol: 12mgSodium: 318mgPotassium: 47mgFiber: 1gSugar: 4gVitamin A: 147IUVitamin C: 1mgIron: 1mg

Nutrition information is approximate and is automatically calculated, so should only be used as a guide.

Course: Condiments
Cuisine: American, Cajun
Keyword: dippingsauce, louisiana, paleo, southern, vegan, whole30
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Hi, I'm Kari!

I am a newlywed, food blogger, health coach, and mama to a hot mess of a border collie. I love to put a new spin on old family recipes and I try to make as many meals as possible with an Instant Pot.

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