There’s no denying it – I love chicken wings!  With so many flavor varieties and dipping sauces, they’re not only a delicious meal but allow you to try something different each time.  Think potluck, football party, backyard BBQ, afternoon snack, etc.  Chicken wings fit the menu for most occasions. 

I have 4 baked chicken wing recipes to share with you today.  These are some of my favorite recipes, so I hope you enjoy them. 

Baked Buffalo Chicken Wings are super easy to make.  You basically toss the chicken wings and oil and bake until crispy, then toss in a delicious combination of hot sauce and melted butter.  These are probably the most popular wings around due to the mildy sweet and sour taste with a spicy aftermath.  I prefer to dip mine in ranch dressing, but blue cheese dressing is a great alternative.  Because the wings can be spicy it’s recommended to serve with some carrot and celery slices to help cool your mouth down. 

You can find the recipe here.

Baked Teriyaki Chicken Wings are probably my favorite wings of all time.  The sauce is tangy, and the sugar is almost carmalized, creating this sticky glaze.  These are also simple to make.  You toss the wings in oil and bake until crispy.  While the chicken is baking, make the sauce by combining all ingredients.  If you let the sauce sit on the counter for 5-10 minutes, it will start to thicken.  This makes it ooey, gooey, and sticky enough to coat the chicken.  If you are concerned about the sauce cooling down, you can always toss the wings in the sauce and then put them back in the oven for about 5 minutes to re-heat.  Plus, that will help the sauce stick to the chicken a bit more. 

You can find the recipe here.

Baked Honey BBQ Chicken Wings are a classically flavored wing everyone will enjoy.  The sweetness of the honey really makes the BBQ sauce versatile.  These wings start with a dry rub (that is also good enough to eat once baked if you want to skip the sauce).  While baking, you make the sauce by simmering over low heat on the stove.  This allows the sauce to thicken and coat the chicken better, like the Baked Teriyaki Chicken Wings.  Once the wings are done, toss with the sauce and enjoy!  I also like to dip this wing in ranch dressing, but blue cheese dressing is another great option. 

You can find the recipe here.

Baked Parmesan Garlic Chicken Wings are crispy and incredibly savory.  These are the only full dry rub wing I’m sharing with you today.  Not everyone likes sticky, saucy fingers after a meal.  I think that’s half the fun of eating wings, but also can’t leave the non-saucy wings out…they’re delicious too 😊 These wings are tossed in a mixture of oil and spices, then tossed in parmesan cheese.  I also like to sprinkle more parmesan on after placing the wings on a baking sheet for good measure.  You can’t have too much parmesan!  Once baked, sprinkle with some fresh parsley and devour every last one. 

You can find the recipe here.

No chicken wing meal is complete with out a tasty side.  I like to make either Seasoned Potato Wedges or Oven Baked French Fries.  Both are pretty effortless, simply slice potatoes, season, and bake.  I mentioned previously to serve celery and carrot sticks with the wings to help cut some of the spicy flavor.  These potato sides will also meet that need.  Plus, who doesn’t love potatoes? 

You can find the Seasoned Potato Wedge recipe here.

You can find the Oven Baked French Fries recipe here.

Happy Cooking!  Don’t forget the Wet Wipes 😊 

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