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How Many Calories Are in Taco Bell Hot Sauce?

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Richard Kalinowski began writing professionally in 2006. He also works as a website programmer and graphic designer for several clients. Kalinowski holds a Master of Fine Arts from Goddard College and a Bachelor of Science in education from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.
How Many Calories Are in Taco Bell Hot Sauce?
Jalapenos provide varied spice and zero calories in Taco Bell sauces. Photo Credit egiadone/iStock/Getty Images

Taco Bell offers a variety of sauces and condiments. It offers three complimentary border sauces. The “hot” sauce provides a little more kick than the “mild,” but isn't nearly as spicy as their “fire” sauce. All three sauces are appropriate if you are watching your weight.

Hot Sauce

A 7-gram serving of Taco Bell's hot sauce contains absolutely no calories. The sauce is derived from water, tomato paste, jalapeno peppers, vinegar, salt, spices, dehydrated onions, xanthan gum, acetic acid, potassium sorbate and sodium benzoate as preservatives, potassium chloride, yeast extract, natural flavors and soy lecithin. These ingredients provide don't provide any sugar or fat. The hot sauce does contain 45 milligrams of sodium, however.

Fire Sauce

If you like a little extra spice, the same size serving of fire sauce also has zero calories, sugar and fats. The fire sauce has slightly more sodium, with 60 milligrams.

Mild Sauce

If you prefer a tamer taste, a 7-gram serving of the mild sauce also has no calories, sugars or fats. The mild sauce has 35 milligrams of sodium.

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