Game Day Keto Slow Cooker Buffalo BBQ Chicken Wings
Love eating chicken wings?
Make these Keto Buffalo BBQ Chicken Wings for a crowd right in your slow cooker! I recently tried this convenient cooking method and – Spoiler alert – THEY ROCK! You will definitely want to make these wings this football season to snack on!
Keep it keto with buffalo BBQ wings!
It’s easy to make yummy chicken wings that fit into Keto nutritional goals by using a sugar-free BBQ sauce like this G Hughes brand and Frank’s Buffalo Wing Sauce. For these wings, I equally combined these two sauces to get the best of both worlds! They turned out super delicious as my wings tasted both tangy and smokey!
Easy & delicious!
Turns out slow cooker wings are DELISH and so darned easy to make! As far as the process goes, I simply seasoned the raw wings, poured the sauce over them, and slow-cooked for a few hours. To get them to crisp up nicely, I broiled them in the oven for a few minutes on a baking pan.
Then I placed them back inside the slow cooker on warm until game time! It’s such a great way to serve a bunch of chicken wings to a crowd and have them keep warm. In fact, I think you could easily double the recipe for a larger crowd and they will fit just fine in the slow cooker.
This recipe makes seven servings of about two to three wings each. And at only 1 carb per serving, you can double up without the guilt!
Keto Slow Cooker Buffalo BBQ Wings
yield: 7 SERVINGS
prep time: 10 MINUTES
cook time: 3 MINUTES
total time: 13 MINUTES
Tender fall-off-the-bone spicy BBQ wings in the slow cooker!
- 2.5 lbs. party chicken wings uncooked, thawed
- 1/4 teaspoon salt
- 1/4 teaspoon pepper
- 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
- 1/4 teaspoon paprika
- 3/4 cup sugar-free BBQ sauce
- 3/4 cup buffalo chicken wing sauce
Such a crowd-pleasing idea!
My family is in the mood for chicken wings basically any day of the week, and this is a great weeknight dinner idea if you add a salad or favorite low carb veggie side dish. YUM!
Can you cook wings from frozen?! Yes, of course! This will add another hour or so of cook time. And If you do cook from frozen, I would season and then cook some of the liquid off first. Drain the water from the frozen chicken after a couple of hours of cooking, and then pour the sauce over wings and continue.