Honey BBQ Slow Cooker Chicken Wings Recipe

Honey BBQ Slow Cooker Chicken Wings Recipe
Want to watch the big game while eating wings, but don't feel like leaving the house? Try out this honey BBQ wings recipe to get the best of both worlds!
Prep Time
~20 minutes
Cook Time
~3 hours

Nutrition Facts

Number of Servings: 12
  • 347
  • 21
    g
  • 25
    g
  • 18
    g
  • Notice: Eating the right diet for your goals may result in increased gains and decreased bodyfat.

Ingredients

  • 3lbs chicken wings
  • 1 bottle Honey BBQ Sauce*
  • 2 tbs cornstarch
  • ⅓ cup water

Cooking Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 450 degrees.
  2. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Place chicken wings on baking sheet and cook for 10 minutes.
  3. While chicken wings are baking, spray your slow cooker with nonstick spray. Add half the BBQ sauce to the bottom of the slow cooker.
  4. When chicken wings are done add them to the slow cooker. Top with the remaining BBQ sauce.
  5. Cook on high heat 2-3 hours or low heat 4-5 hours.
  6. Mix together cornstarch and water. 15 minutes before wings are done, add in the cornstarch mixture and toss to coat.
  7. Allow the wings to finish cooking and the sauce to thicken.
  8. Serve piping hot and dripping in thick, sweet BBQ sauce!

Notes:

*Use your favorite BBQ sauce

*Macros will vary depending on BBQ sauce used

Serving Suggestions

Makes 12 servings. Macros will vary depending on BBQ sauce used.

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Sarah Kesseli is a food, nutrition and health expert and Muscle & Strength's own Resident Chef and Recipe Developer!

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Posted Sun, 10/23/2016 - 12:41
Adnan

Nice article Sarah !
I have a question please, how many wings we can consume in a sitting to get 25-30 gms of protein. Thanks

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Posted Tue, 12/06/2016 - 07:50
Shaun

All depends on the size of your wings. You'll need a food scale to figure this out