Perdue Just Released Two Dipping Sauces, and One Tastes Like an Upgraded Version of Cranberry Sauce

published Nov 5, 2021
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Whether you’re seeking a casual alternative to a traditional Thanksgiving or you’re just embracing this season’s flavors, we’ve got great news for you. To go along with their wildly popular Turkey Thanksnuggets, Perdue just released two new limited-edition Thanksgiving sauces — and they sound amazing. 

The Thanksdippings sauces, which launched along with nuggets today, come in both a Spiced Apple Honey Mustard flavor — that is reminiscent of herb and apple stuffing — and a CranBBQ Sauce, which lends a touch of smoky flavor to traditional Thanksgiving cranberry sauce. Both limited-edition dips are meant to be paired with Thanksnuggets, but honestly, you could use them on anything (including, but not limited to, your Thanksgiving turkey or your bounty of leftover sides). 

If you need a refresher on what you can expect from the fan-favorite Thanksnuggets though, the limited-time offerings also come in two varieties: a dark meat turkey nugget with a cranberry and stuffing-flavored breading, and a white meat turkey nugget with a sweet potato-seasoned breading.

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For those looking to pick up the new Thanksdippings sauces, you’ll want to know that they are only offered as part of an exclusive online package that also includes the Thanksnuggets. And since each 24-ounce bag of nuggets and two complimentary sauces are only priced at $14.99, you may want to load up your cart quickly. In 2020, the nuggets sold out online in less than three minutes. 

If you do happen to miss the window of opportunity to purchase online, however, you can find the 22-ounce bags of white meat nuggets at retailers nationwide including Costco, Sam’s Club, Walmart, Safeway, Kroger, and more. But if you’d rather not venture out — or you want to try a mix of white and dark meat nuggets — my suggestion would be to just buy yours online. 

Are you planning to try the limited-edition sauces? Let us know how you like them in the comments!