Keeping an arsenal of quality condiments at the ready can take your meal from good to outstanding. After all, where would cheeseburgers be without ketchup, or hot dogs without mustard? From preservative-free sauces and spreads to condiments made with premium organic ingredients, and even paleo-friendly options, check out some of our favorite flavor enhancers.
Tips for Maximizing Your Condiments
Cleaning out your fridge and finding an extensive collection of half-full condiment bottles? Make the most of your spreads, sauces, and dips before tossing with these clever tips and recipes:
- Use non-milk based condiments in marinades by adding to a ziplock bag with your protein
- Create a new salad dressing with a little olive oil, vinegar, and plum sauce (or an unexpected condiment of your choosing)
- Make your own Russian dressing by whipping together ketchup, relish, mayo, horseradish, and worcestershire sauce
- Serve up a killer bloody mary with pickle juice, horseradish, hot sauce, and worcestershire sauce
Top Condiment Brands
These beloved brands bring on the flavor.
Founded by Mark Sission, a former elite athlete and one of the founders of the paleo movement, Primal Kitchen offers a collection of condiments, dressings, marinades, and protein powders made with wholesome ingredients and free of artificial colors, additives, and preservatives.
From pantry staples to household must-haves, our exclusive collection, Thrive Market Goods, includes sustainable, eco-friendly, premium ingredients to keep you feeling your best and enrich your lifestyle.
This zesty brand gives everyone the chance to enjoy delicious Thai flavors without compromising clean, healthy ingredients. From curry, to Thai salsa, to hot sauce, and more, Yai’s will help you spice up your next meal.
These spreads and sauces come together naturally.
Thrive Market Non-GMO Vegan Mayonnaise
Our vegan, plant-based take on mayo swaps eggs and canola for bean protein and avocado oil to maintain a rich and creamy texture. Plus, it comes in a handy, squeezable pouch, which makes spreading it on sandwiches a total breeze.
Yellowbird Blue Agave Sriracha
This perfectly balanced hot sauce combines a little heat with a little sweet thanks to a preservative-free recipe of ripe red jalapeños, organic blue agave nectar, and distilled vinegar.
Elevate your meal with these wholesome condiment staples.
Annie's Organic Honey Mustard
Sweet and spicy, this organic mustard blends together apple cider vinegar, mustard seed, sea salt, cane sugar, honey, and cinnamon for a downright addicting spread that’s great on sandwiches, wraps, salads, and more.
Tessemae's Mild Buffalo Sauce
This mild Buffalo sauce may not set your taste buds on fire, but the Whole30-approved, organic hot sauce will add just the right amount of kick to your next batch of wings, cauliflower bites, or veggie dip.
Good Food For Good Organic Ketchup
A favorite among parents and kids alike, this 100 percent organic ketchup is sweetened with dates and contains only 1g of natural sugar per serving. Consider it the perfect addition to your next burger and fries.
Season like a caveman with these paleo-approved condiments.
Primal Kitchen Avocado Oil Mayo
It’s no surprise that this mayo is one of the brand’s most coveted products. The tangy spread includes avocado oil and cage-free eggs and is free from gluten, dairy, and soy. Plus, it’s Non-GMO Project Verified.
Siete Traditional Hot Sauce
A superfood upgrade on traditional hot sauce, this nutrient-dense version includes flax seeds, chia, and golden beets along with apple cider vinegar, jalapeño and puya peppers, as well as sea salt, garlic, black pepper, and orange peel.
Thrive Market Organic Stone Ground Mustard
Add a pop of pungent flavor to your next paleo dish with this simple blend of organic mustard seed, organic vinegar, salt, and spices.
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