Our Favorite BBQ Chicken Wings Recipes

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Whether we’re celebrating a holiday, a birthday, or just another day in paradise, wings are our go-to party food. They’re bite-sized, easy to serve, fun to dip, and delicious to eat.

Plus, chicken wings are a cinch to whip up. To get started, simply buy whole wing sections from your local grocer, separate the wing tips from the rest of the wing, and divide the drummette from the flat part of the wing. From there, we love them baked in the oven (be sure to leave space between the wing sections so the skin can crisp), grilled on the grill, or fried in the deep-fryer or air fryer.

What’s a plate of wings without dipping sauces? We always start with our favorite dipping sauces, starting with our line of BBQ sauces, adding in some ranch dressing, blue-cheese dressing, and hot sauce from time to time. Add celery and you have a right-and-proper chicken wing platter.

Whether you’re Team Drums or Team Flats, any one of our favorite wings recipes will be a winner at the next get-together.

These BBQ Dry Rub Chicken Wings will be a hit for your next game-day gathering or tailgating party.

BBQ Dry Rub Wings. These BBQ Dry Rub Chicken Wings are one of the easiest—and tastiest—ways to make wings. This recipe stars crispy skin, flavorful meat, and a blue-cheese sauce that will do absolutely nothing to slow down how fast the wings disappear. Get our recipe for BBQ Dry Rub Wings.

Sweet Sticky BBQ Oven Chicken Wings How Long To Cook

Sweet & Sticky Oven BBQ Wings. Just three ingredients and less than an hour stand between you and a plate piled high with juicy, cripsy wings doused in a sweet, spoon-coating BBQ sauce. No need to fire up the grill or face the elements here—these wings are cooked in the oven. Get our recipe for Sweet & Sticky Oven BBQ Wings.

Sweet and Spicy BBQ Wings | Chicken Drummettes With Pepper Flakes | Best Spicy Chicken Grilling Recipes

Sweet & Spicy Wings. This recipe is a fan favorite, and it’s no wonder why. With notes of citrus, jerk seasoning, and our Sweet & Spicy seasoning, these wings are the perfect way to add a twist on traditional wings. Get our recipe for Sweet & Spicy Wings here.

Chipotle Chicken Wings With Spicy Honey Glaze | Best BBQ Sauce Recipes | Head Country Glow Rogue BBQ Cookers

Chipotle Chicken Wings with Spicy Honey Glaze. When a World Champion BBQer tells you how to make a finger-licking batch of chicken wings, you listen. We love how sweet and spicy come together in this recipe, turning a meal into a celebration using just a few simple and fun ingredients—including our High Plains Heat Seasoning and our Chipotle BBQ Sauce. Get our recipe for Chipotle Chicken Wings with Spicy Honey Glaze here.

Beer Brined and Barbecued Chicken | Chicken Seasoning And Best BBQ Sauce Recipes

Beer Brined & Barbecued Chicken Wings. Beer and wings go together like tailgating and football. Start these the night before the party to score a touchdown with your guests—you’ll never be wrong to double the recipe. Get our recipe for Beer Brined & Barbecued Chicken Wings here.

3 Ingredient Chicken Wings Recipe | Best BBQ Sauce Recipes | Summer Grilling

3 Ingredient Chicken Wings. Could it get any simpler than 1-2-3? That’s why we love this wings recipe: the shopping list is short, sweet (and spicy), and to the point. Plus, if you mix and match with our BBQ sauces line-up—think Apple Habanero, Chipotle, and Sugar Free—it’s sure to please any and all. Get our recipe for 3 Ingredient Chicken Wings here.

Smoked Sweet & Sticky BBQ Chicken Wings | Barbecue Grilled Smoked Chicken Wings | How to Cook Chicken Wings | How Long to Cook Chicken Wings

Smoked Sweet & Sticky BBQ Wings. Are you Team Drums or Team Flats? We know it’s bad manners to discuss matters of religion at the dinner table, but just like whether wings are best smoked or fried, you get a pass to duke this one out when it’s time for wings. This recipe brings a BBQ flair to the original Anchor Buffalo Wing style. Some advice: have plenty of wet naps handy. Get our recipe for Smoked Sweet & Sticky BBQ Wings.