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Sizzling Buffalo Chicken Wings

[dropcap]T[/dropcap]here's always days when you think to yourself, "I want some chicken wings". Or maybe you holler the thought to all your coworkers. Whatever you do, however you think of the craving, chicken wings are a satisfying treat we all crave. [TWEET THIS]

Don’t spoil this craving, use it to your advantage.

Sizzling Chicken Wings

Whether you like your wings smoking hot or a little milder these wings are for you.

Change it up to fit your taste buds.

Sizzling Buffalo Chicken Wings


Baked Chicken Wings

- 2lbs chicken wings - 1t+ cracked pepper - 1t+ sea salt

Buffalo Sauce:

- 3T coconut oil - 3T apple cider vinegar - 1t cayenne pepper - ½t paprika - 1t garlic powder - 1t onion powder - 1 lemon, juiced - 1t sea salt


Baked Chicken Wings:

1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees. 2. Place wings in a nonstick baking pan. -DO NOT bake on aluminum foil. 3. Wash chicken wings and pat dry. 4. Sprinkle with pepper and sea salt. 5. Bake at 400 for 40 minutes. They should look brown. Keep baking until crispy.

Buffalo Sauce:

1. In a medium-sized saucepan, melt coconut oil over medium heat. 2. Add cayenne pepper, paprika, garlic powder, onion powder, and sea salt. 3. Stir until evenly combined. 4. Add lemon and apple cider vinegar. 5. Take off heat and stir. 6. Pour into bowl, cover and put in fridge (the goal here is to have the coconut oil cool and thicken slightly). 7. Once the wings finish put them in a separate bowl. Let them cool slightly. 8. Pour the buffalo sauce over the wings, mix with your hands (it’s okay to get a little messy).

That's it.

That buffalo sauce can be made in your sleep and while the chicken wings bake you can do other things.

Check your email, play with your kids, whatever.

There's little to this meal so enjoy.

Did you try this recipe? What did you like / dislike? Did you try any healthy variations? Comment below.


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