Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Crock Pot BBQ Chicken Wings

This week, we are resting from a busy week at the fair.  I am back to work this week, and it has forced me to open up my planner, and notice that August isn't too far away.  August means the beginning of school, football games, and tailgating.  Crock Pot BBQ Wings immediately came to mind when I was thinking of something I knew the kids would love for dinner.  This is also an easy recipe to make when you are going to a potluck or tailgating.  

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July will be a month to remember.  Besides vacation and fair, we had a lot of rain.  We have received a lot of rain since spring planing season, but we have almost received 15 inches of rain just in the month of August! The corn and bean crops have been stressed over and over again.  Saturated soils and some ponding can lead to variable yields this coming harvest.  

Fall Sports will begin soon, and it is the best time to get the Colts Crock Pot out and start cooking some easy meals. Crock Pot BBQ only takes two main ingredients.  Chicken Wings and Weber Sweet & Thick Honey BBQ Sauce.  Add some seasonings to the chicken before you start cooking it in the crock pot as well.

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Chicken Wings were on sale at our local grocery store for $2.69.   It was fresh, not frozen.  I cooked it as soon as I got home.  You can store in refrigerator for a couple days, or cook right away.  

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I purchased 4 pounds of chicken wings, and lined the chicken wings in the bottom of the Crock Pot, covered with Weber Sweet & Thick Honey BBQ Sauce, added the rest of the chicken and Weber Sweet & Thick Honey BBQ Sauce.  Season with salt and pepper to taste. 

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Cook on high heat for 2.5 - 3 hours.  Keep an eye out towards the end and see if you prefer to add more BBQ Sauce.

Crock Pot BBQ Wings
4 pounds Chicken Wings
Salt & Pepper to taste

Spray the bottom of a Crock Pot.  Add half the chicken wings, and half of the BBQ Sauce.  Add remaining chicken and top with BBQ Sauce and season with salt and pepper.

Cook on High 2.5 - 3 hours

Add more BBQ Sauce if desired.

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Crystal Kellner


Val said...

These look delicious and would be perfect for an easy school night supper or tailgating season this fall! Stopping by from the #Celebrate365 Blog Party!

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