Easy Crispy Baked Wings – Garlic Butter Parmesan and Classic Buffalo Style

Saturday night at my house is usually movie night with the kids (and sometimes their friends).  I make up a bunch of snacks, we put on our jammies and pick out some movies.  Tonight one of those snacks is wings.  I love making wings because they are so versatile.  You can fry them or bake them.  You can top them an endless number of seasonings and sauces.  I choose Classic Buffalo and Garlic Butter Parmesan for today.

I don’t have a recipe for this, as it is more of a method than specific instructions.  Take 1 (or more) bags of frozen uncooked chicken wings and place in a foil lined baking pan in a 400 degree oven.  Bake for about 1 hour (or longer, depending on your oven) or until cooked through and starting to brown.  Remove from oven.  Sprinkle with salt and pepper and toss with desired sauce or seasonings (see below).  Place back in oven and broil until nicely brown and as crisp as you like.  Remove from oven and toss with sauce again.  Serve hot.


Classic Buffalo Style Wing Sauce

1/2 cup of your favorite hot sauce – we use Franks Red Hot

3 tablespoons butter, melted

Mix together and heat through.  This is enough for 1 dozen hot wings.


Classic Buffalo Style Hot Wings


Garlic Butter Parmesan Wing Sauce

4 tablespoons butter

3 cloves of garlic, minced (or more depending on your taste)

2 tablespoons parmesan cheese, grated

Melt butter and garlic together over low heat until garlic starts to soften.


Garlic Butter Parmesan Hot Wings


I hope you enjoy these, we surely do!  Probably more often than we should!  But they are baked, so how bad can they be?!  What are your favorite hot wing flavors?


21 thoughts on “Easy Crispy Baked Wings – Garlic Butter Parmesan and Classic Buffalo Style

  1. Dang! Wish I hadn’t have read this at work. Now all I want to do is eat wings. Especially thos garlic-parm ones!

  2. Pingback: Ultimate Buffalo Chicken Recipe Round Up! « A Modern Christian Woman

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