By Lauren Marino & Cat Kemp 

Chick fil a is known for their unique sauces and the variety that they offer. We decided to rank the different sauces based on flavor, texture and how well it goes with all of their products. Here is our take on the infamous chick fil a sauces. 

  1. Chick-fil-A  

With its tangy yet sweet flavor and obvious familiarity, there’s one clear winner for first place: Chick-fil-A sauce. An amazing addition to chicken or fries, Chick-fil-A sauce will elevate any meal. In fact, the deliciousness and popularity of this sauce has made Chick-fil-A sell it in bulk.

  1. Ranch 

 A very common sauce,  this sauce can go  with nuggets, a salad, fries, and even on some sandwiches. Ranch is a very traditional sauce that many will use with their meal, but Chick-fil-A’s ranch has a unique taste to it. In a good way, it is a little different than your typical ranch, but  still a very creamy good go-to sauce. 

  1. Polynesian 

Similar to a sweet and sour sauce, the polynesian dip is always sure to be delicious. The bold flavor that perfectly balances tangy, sweet, and savory ensures every bite is packed with flavor. However, due to the unique and strong flavor, polynesian is more of a special occasion dip rather than an every-trip commodity. For that reason, polynesian sauce receives third on our list. 

  1. Zesty Buffalo 

Zesty Buffalo is one sauce that doesn’t stand out, yet it’s not terrible. Chick-fil-A’s buffalo sauce is not as thick as all of the other sauces; in fact, their buffalo sauce is pretty watery. However, the spicy kick to the buffalo sauce adds great flavor and  a very flavorful kick!

  1. Sweet and Spicy Sriracha 

Sweet and Spicy Sriracha sauce is a unique take on the infamous sriracha sauce. Many love putting on sriracha sauce on any type of food, chick fil a adds their own touch on it but adding the sweetness. Overall, the sauce is a very solid choice, but the flavor does not beat any of the previous sauces. 

  1. Barbecue

The classic barbecue sauce is hard to mess up; however, Chick- Fil -A has managed to do this. Watery and overall off-tasting, the barbecue sauce was not a favorite. The sauce was unfortunately just average and extremely underwhelming for a barbecue lover. 

  1. Honey Mustard

The honey mustard was easily the worst sauce on this lineup. Tasting similar to a plain yellow mustard, this sauce was pungent and just not good. For fans of the typical honey mustard dip available at other restaurants, I recommend just going for the Chick- Fil -A sauce rather than try this monstrosity.