Our Review of Great Value’s Chicken Finger Dipping Sauce (aka the Raising Cane’s Sauce Dupe!)

Walmart goes really hard with their store brand Great Value. We’re pretty big fans of what they do. Not too long ago, Walmart came out swinging with a Great Value Chicken Dipping Sauce, made as a dupe for Chick-Fil-A’s signature dipping sauce. Look closer though, because that’s not what we are reviewing today (and I am humbled to report that I accidentally picked up and purchased the wrong sauce when hunting for this review). We’re talking about ANOTHER fast food chicken sauce copycat that just hit shelves: Great Value Chicken Finger Dipping Sauce, a dupe for Raising Cane’s Signature Dipping Sauce.

For those who are not familiar, Raising Cane’s signature sauce, aptly named “Cane’s Sauce,” is a mayonnaise-based sauce made with ketchup, Worcestershire sauce, and seasonings such as garlic powder and cracked black pepper. Take notes—this might be on the test. All of the key ingredients in Cane’s Sauce are featured in the ingredients list of Walmart’s Great Value Chicken Finger Dipping Sauce. But is it a successful replication of the signature sauce? Let’s find out.

Great Value Chicken Finger Dipping Sauce

New Great Value Sauce!

Great Value Chicken Finger Dipping Sauce

Pros: Folks, this is NOT a drill. Walmart has DONE it. The Worcestershire sauce. The garlic. The pepper. All of the flavors unite in such a satisfying way that I literally cheered when I tasted this chicken finger dipping sauce. The flavors combine to create such an incredible dip for not just any sort of chicken, but french fries, too! This sauce was sold out at every Walmart within a 30-mile radius of me, and I can absolutely see why. If you’re a fan of Raising Cane’s Signature Sauce or if you’re just a fan of really good and flavorful dip, this is one for the record books (and for your refrigerator).

Cons: Okay, it isn’t exactly like the Cane’s Sauce. Great Value Chicken Finger Dipping Sauce is a little bit sweeter. Is that a bad thing? I don’t think so. But, if you’re picking this up hoping it will be an exact, carbon copy of Raising Cane’s signature sauce, you might be ever so slightly disappointed.

But really, it’s such a small difference. I think it passes the copycat test and it stands on its own as an incredible dipping sauce.

Credit: Liv Averett / Walmart

Rating:

10/10

Sporks


About the Author

Tyler Bowers

Born and raised in the city that produces DUM DUMS, Tyler Bowers is a writer, a content creator, and a social media influencer. In addition to running the @TeamSupernovaFB social pages, he streams on Twitch (most notably completing Demon's Souls without dying), and is an avid lover of traveling and trying new foods. Tyler is an advocate and enjoyer of Faygo--especially Faygo Grape, Cream Soda, and Firework. He dreams of one day doing a Mountain Dew-themed Good Mythical Morning episode with Rhett & Link, and he will stop at nothing to get Pepsi to #BringBackSupernova.

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  • I thought I’d tried this, already, and was ready to say I thought it was closer to CFA sauce.

    Evidently that was “Chicken Dipping Sauce,” not “Chicken FINGER Dipping Sauce.”

    Some creative and intuitive names they’ve concocted for these items.

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    • I did the SAME thing when I was hunting the sauce down to make the review! LOL

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