Crockpot BBQ Wings

Hello, fellow flavor enthusiasts! Today, I’m thrilled to share a recipe that’s as easy as it is mouthwatering – our 3-Ingredient Crockpot BBQ Wings. Picture this: tender, fall-off-the-bone chicken wings, coated in a glistening, sticky glaze, all achieved with minimal effort and maximum flavor.

Imagine coming home to the welcoming aroma of slow-cooked wings, infused with your favorite BBQ sauce, sweetened with a hint of honey. This dish is the perfect culinary companion for busy weekdays, laid-back weekends, and every delightful moment in-between. Whether you’re hosting a game day gathering or simply craving a comforting meal, these wings are sure to satisfy.

Join me as we dive into the simplicity of this recipe, where minimal ingredients bring maximum enjoyment. Let’s turn the humble chicken wing into a show-stopping centerpiece, one that promises to be a regular request at your dining table. So, grab your crockpot and let’s embark on a journey of effortless cooking and unforgettable flavors!


  1. Chicken Wings – About 3-4 lbs, perfect for a hearty gathering or a cozy meal.
  2. Your Favorite BBQ Sauce – 2 cups. Whether you adore sweet, spicy, or tangy flavors, it’s your canvas to paint!
  3. Honey – ¼ cup, to add that sweet melody and create a glaze that’s simply mesmerizing.

Cooking Steps:

  1. Preparation: Begin by giving your chicken wings a nice clean, then pat them dry. This is crucial for that perfect texture. Place them in your crockpot, creating a nest of potential deliciousness.
  2. Sauce It Up: In a separate bowl, whisk together your chosen BBQ sauce and honey until they’re like best friends at a barbecue – inseparable. Once mixed, cascade this sauce over the wings in the crockpot, ensuring each wing is lovingly coated.
  3. Slow Cook: Cover the crockpot and set it to a low simmer for 5-6 hours or a higher tempo for 3-4 hours. As they cook, your kitchen will become a concert of aromas, each note a promise of the feast to come.
  4. Finish and Serve: After the slow cooking serenade, you can either serve these beauties directly, or for a grand finale, give them a quick broil on a baking sheet to add a crispy edge to their tender charm.

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