Chicken Wing Dipping Sauce

Chicken Wing Dipping Sauce

Are you looking for a delicious and GERD-friendly chicken wing dipping sauce for your traditional chicken wings, veggie chicken, or roasted cauliflower “wings”? Look no further than this creamy and flavorful sauce, which is perfect for those who are looking to avoid added acids in their diet.

a black bowl filled with low acid chicken wing dipping sauce with a plate of baked chicken wings and two pieces of celery


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Our chicken wing dipping sauce is made with fat-free or plant-based sour cream, which is not only delicious but also a healthier alternative to traditional dipping sauces that can be loaded with fat and calories.


Honey adds a touch of sweetness, while parsley, dill, and marjoram lend a fresh and herbaceous flavor that perfectly complements the savory taste of roasted chicken wings.


For more flavor, we’ve added celery salt and turmeric, the latter of which not only gives the sauce a vibrant yellow color but also provides anti-inflammatory benefits.


Chicken wings without acid and pepper-based hot sauce or tomato-based barbecue sauce don’t have to be boring! Simply give them an acid reflux friendly chicken wing dip that is a unique and delicious sauce.


Plus, you can prepare it in only one step… simply stir everything together and you are done. The flavors do get better if you let the sauce chill for 30 minutes, but that is the perfect amount of time to bake some wings!


Ingredients for chicken wing dipping sauce in a bowl on a table including sourcream, honey, parsley, dill, and marjoram


Ingredients for Chicken Wing Dipping Sauce


  • Sour Cream – The perfect base for this chicken wing dipping sauce making it thick and creamy and adds a nice tangy flavor. Use a dairy-free sour cream if you are lactose-free. Follow Your Heart and Kite Hill both make excellent dairy-free/vegan sour creams.


  • Fresh Herbs – The star of the show. Making the dressing super fresh and green.


  • Honey or Molasses – Calms and balances the sharp, tangy flavors.


  • Celery Salt – To add depth of flavor and tie everything together!


  • Turmeric – Gives the sauce a vibrant yellow color, but also provides anti-inflammatory benefits.


  • Coconut Aminos – Creates a light sauce and adds a tangy, savory, nutty flavor. 


  • Fat-Free or Plant-Based Milk – Allows for that perfect creamy consistency.


a glass bowl filled with raw chicken wings with a pair of tongs sitting next to small bowls of coconut aminos, turmeric, sour cream, salt, dill, and parsley


How to Bake Chicken Wings


Baking chicken wings is a simple, hassle-free, and lower-fat way to prepare them versus deep frying.


To start, preheat your oven to 400°F. Spray a sheet pan with vegetable oil spray to prevent sticking.


Pro Tip: For the crispiest skin, pat the wings dry with paper towels before seasoning with a generous amount of salt.


If you are not sensitive to pepper or garlic powder you can also season with those (otherwise, there’s plenty of flavor in our acid reflux friendly chicken wing dipping sauce).


Next, place the wings on the baking sheet, making sure to leave space between them so they can cook evenly.


Finally, bake for 25-30 minutes, or until the skin is crispy and golden brown, flipping them halfway through to ensure even cooking.


How To Air Fry Chicken Wings


Air frying will make you even crispier wings with less fat than baking.


Start by patting the wings dry with paper towels.


Next, season generously with salt and place in your air fryer in a single layer.


Pro Tip: You may be tempted to stack the wings up, but you will get much crispier results if you air fry in two smaller batches instead of one large batch.


Finally, air fry at 400°F for 18-22 minutes, until crispy and golden brown.


Raw chicken wings layed on a baking sheet with a pair of tongs and a dish towel


How To Check If Chicken Wings Are Done


Regardless of how you prepare your wings, the best way to check for doneness is with a meat thermometer inserted into the thickest drumette. Make sure you get a reading of 165°F right up against the bone.


How to Serve Chicken Wing Dipping Sauce


I will always recommend serving this chicken wing dipping sauce with lightly seasoned chicken wings, but it’s so good and would be great served on top of baked potatoes or as a dip for fresh veggies.


Store any leftover dip in the fridge for up to 5 days. Enjoy!


a black bowl filled with low acid chicken wing dipping sauce with a plate of baked chicken wings and two pieces of celery


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a black bowl filled with low acid chicken wing dipping sauce with a plate of baked chicken wings and two pieces of celery

Chicken Wing Dipping Sauce

  • Author: The GERD Chef
  • Prep Time: 10 Minutes
  • Total Time: 10 Minutes
  • Yield: Serves 6 1x


This chicken wing dipping sauce is super simple but the perfect cooling reflux friendly dip with chicken wings. It has a sour cream base, fresh herbs and mixes up in 5 minutes.




3/4 cup fat-free or plant-based sour cream

1/4 cup chopped fresh parsley

1 tablespoon honey or molasses

1 1/2 teaspoons dried dill or 2 tablespoons fresh

1 teaspoon dried marjoram

1 teaspoon celery salt

1 teaspoon ground turmeric

1 teaspoon coconut aminos

12 tablespoons fat-free or plant-based milk



  1. In a mixing bowl, whisk together all ingredients, adding the plant-based milk a little at a time until the sauce is at your desired thickness.
  2. Cover and refrigerate 30 minutes to let the flavors mingle before serving.

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