Sunday, April 3, 2011

Crockpot wings

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I made a big mistake. Last week, I decided to make these wings for my husband and left a little note by the crock pot that read, "Please take a pretty picture of your chicken wings!"

This is what I got, so I'm afraid you all will have to use your imagination. The man can drum like no other, but apparently can't take even a mediocre photo.

I think he was hungry. He does many things well, so I'll forgive him. Anyway, this meal took me less than 5 minutes to put together, and it required ZERO effort when Tim walked in the door.

  • Frozen chicken wings
  • Barbecue sauce, buffalo wing sauce or whichever sauce you choose (garlic sauce would be delicious as well)
  • Garlic salt
  • Thoroughly cover each frozen chicken wing with your chosen sauce
  • Sprinkle each chicken wing with garlic salt
  • Throw 'em in the crock pot
  • Cook on low all day
  • Serve with a dipping sauce and celery or carrots
These are delicious, as you can tell from the extremely blurry photos. They're kid-friendly and are perfect on those Sundays when your husband plans on inviting his entire church softball team over to watch "the game." This also gives you more time to plan your escape route for when they do arrive.


Just enjoy these. They're flawless, and much cheaper and healthier than going to the local wing place. They're neither deep fried nor dripping in grease, which I generally take as a good sign.

Love and simplicity,


  1. Hi Rachael! I was introduced to your blog by your dad. It is so cute!!

    I almost went running for the hills when I saw that awful photo of chicken wings, but I read the text and got a good laugh. Glad to hear he's got other talents :)

    Love how you sign yourself off each post...
    Best wishes for success with your adorable blog,
    Lori Lynn

  2. What does cook all day mean? Eight to ten hours? Or can they be ready sooner? Sorry... new to my lovely crock pot!


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