Sometimes it is fun to have a finger food night. We did just that last evening and it was a roaring hit. Who doesn’t love having a big tray of yummy appetizers to munch on?Â My husband and children are big snackers, so this really fit the bill with our family. Step outside of the box and have a finger food night!
Finger Food Night: Chicken Wings With Honey BBQ Sauce
3 pounds chicken wings (purchased in the frozen section of Aldi)
1 cup honey
1/2 cup soy sauce
1/4 cupÂ BBQ sauce
1/8 cup vegetable oil
1 cloveÂ garlic, minced
Season wings with salt & pepper. Place frozen wings on broiler pan and broil for twelve-fifteen minutes on each side. Transfer wings to the slow cooker. Combine ingredients and pour over wings. Cook on high two hours or low for four hours.
Nutritional facts per serving (daily value): Calories 438kcal; Protein 26g (51%); Total Fat 24g (38%)(Sat. 6g (31%)); Chol. 103mg (34%); Carb. 30g (10%); Fiber 0g (1%); Sugars 28g; Calcium 22mg (2%); Iron 2mg (10%)
The wings were served with a big bowl of carrot sticks, a bowl of apple slices, and cheese quesadillas (made from the leftover soft shells & Mexican cheese from the Chicken Taco night). I just took the soft shells and filled them with cheese, folded them in half, and then popped them in my panini maker. The same idea could be used with a George Foreman grill or you can just heat them in a skillet. Cut these into triangles and you can add any ingredients you like for topping or just serve them plain (as my family seems to enjoy!)