11
Jun
2019
Garlic Parmesan Chicken Wings with dressing on the side

Baked Garlic Parmesan Chicken Wings

These Baked Garlic Parmesan Chicken Wings are perfect for appetizers or dinner! These baked chicken wings are so addicting you better make a lot!

Love chicken wing recipes? Be sure and try our Chicken Parmesan Chicken Wings too, or these easy Slow Cooker Sweet Chili Chicken Wings and one of our favorites, oven baked Salt and Vinegar Wings!

These Baked Garlic Parmesan Chicken Wings are a baked chicken wing recipe

How To Make Crispy Oven Baked Chicken Wings!

Yes, this is a baked chicken wing recipe. They aren’t fried.

But you’d never know it. These chicken wings are so super crispy and fall off the bone tender, you’ll wonder why you ever fried chicken wings before this.

One of the tips for making crispy oven baked chicken wings is making sure you dry the chicken wings completely with paper towels. Any moisture on the chicken is going to prevent the skin from crisping up to it’s full potential.

Another tip is getting the oven good and hot. People seem to be afraid to crank their oven up past 425 degrees, but that’s what it’s meant to do. Otherwise there would be an option to go up to 500 degree now would there?

These Baked Garlic Parmesan Chicken Wings are an easy chicken recipe

Season the chicken wings simply with salt, pepper and garlic powder. Place them on a wire rack on top of a baking sheet so they crispy up on the bottom too.

While the wings are baking you can get the ingredients together for the garlic parmesan sauce. The garlic parmesan sauce is mostly made up of butter, mayonnaise and parmesan cheese.

So there’s a little bit of fat going on here…but that’s ok. Chicken wings are not typically a low fat food. But they ARE a low carb food, so if you’re on a low carb diet you’re going to be in heaven right about now.

These chicken wings only have about 1.5 carbs per wing, so eat up my friends.

These Baked Garlic Parmesan Chicken Wings are served saucy or baked again until crisp!

Can You Make These Chicken Wings Ahead Of Time?

Yes, you can. But it’s going to have to be in a couple of steps. These baked chicken wings are really best served right away, but if you are trying to save a little time here’s what you need to do…

Bake the chicken wings and let them cool. Store the wings in your refrigerator, uncovered, until you are ready to go. Then mix up the sauce ingredients and toss the wings and bake.

Garlic Parmesan Chicken Wings with dressing on the side

You might loose just a bit of the crispiness this way, but not too much to make a difference. 

Any time you put down a chicken wing recipe like this in front of someone, it seems like a party doesn’t it? Chicken wings are fun food, finger food, party food.

We make these baked chicken wings ALL the time for any kind of party or just when the family is coming over but we get huge high fives when we whip these wings up for dinner, too.

Baked Garlic Parmesan Chicken Wings on a white platter with caesar dressing

What Kind Of Dipping Sauce Can You Use For These Wings?

These babies are so good all on their own, I promise you! But you can also dip away…

Most of the time when you go out for wings though they serve any kind of wings with ranch or blue cheese dressing. So both of those options are fine here, too.

Another option that we like to serve with these garlic parmesan chicken wings is a creamy caesar dressing. The parmesan and garlic flavors in caesar dressing go really well with this recipe so give it a try!

Baked Garlic Parmesan Chicken Wings dipping into caesar dressing

2 Ways You Can Finish Making These Chicken Wings!

First of all, we have to talk about here is how you like your garlic parmesan wings.

If you like them like how they serve them at Buffalo Wild Wings, super saucy, then you’re going to bake these wings, toss them in the sauce and serve.

OR If you like them a less saucy, with more of the sauce baked on then you need to bake them, toss them in the sauce, and then bake them again.

That’s how we like them – baked again and super crispy – but it’s totally up to you. I can assure you that both ways are equally delicious, it’s all about your preference.

Now just add some more parmesan cheese and chopped parsley for garnish and get them on a plate.

Whether you’re serving these baked chicken wings for appetizers at a party or a fun dinner at home, they are without a doubt going to be loved by everyone!

 

 

Looking For More Chicken Wing Recipes?

Pin It!

Baked Garlic Parmesan Chicken Wings collage for Pinterest

Print
Garlic Parmesan Chicken Wings with dressing on the side

Baked Garlic Parmesan Chicken Wings

  • Author: Dan
  • Prep Time: 15 minutes
  • Cook Time: 40 minutes
  • Total Time: 55 minutes
  • Yield: 6 servings 1x
  • Category: appetizer
  • Method: oven
  • Cuisine: American

Description

These super delicious chicken wings are a low carb appetizer or dinner! Try these baked chicken wings at your next party!


Ingredients

  • 6 lbs. chicken wings
  • 1 1/2 tablespoons kosher salt
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons ground black pepper
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons garlic powder
  • Caesar dressing on the side for dipping

For the Sauce

  • 2 sticks of butter, melted and cooled
  • 2 tablespoons chopped garlic
  • 3/4 cup grated parmesan cheese, plus more for topping
  • 1/2 cup mayonnaise
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 1/2 teaspoon black ground pepper
  • 2 tablespoons chopped parsley

Instructions

  1. Preheat the oven to 450 degrees.
  2. Season the wings with the salt, pepper and garlic powder and place on a rack on top of a baking sheet covered with foil.
  3. Bake the wings for 35-40 minutes.
  4. While the wings are baking start the sauce by adding all of the ingredients to a bowl and whisking together. The butter will separate a little as it sits, that’s ok, just whisk it together again before you toss the wings.
  5. Once the wings are done, add them to the bowl with the sauce.
  6. Place the wings back on the rack and bake again for 8-10 minutes.
  7. Garnish with more chopped parsley and shredded parmesan cheese, then serve with caesar dressing on the side for dipping.

Keywords: baked chicken wings, chicken wing recipe, garlic parm wings, low carb chicken recipe, parmesan wings, low carb appetizer

 

Shop This Recipe!

61 Responses

  1. Pingback : Baked Garlic Parmesan Chicken Wings – Helprecipes

        1. As an estimate, there are about 4-5 chicken wings per pound. So this recipe can technically feed 6 people. I don’t like to put that in the recipe card because I have a teenager who eats about a dozen at a sitting, so it’s really depends on the crowd you’re serving or if you’re making these for dinner or for appetizers.

    1. Sorry to hear that Andy, this is a free recipe site that takes hours and hours of work on my end to bring you the best possible recipes and photos that I possibly can. Scrolling through a few ads is all you need to do to get the recipes! Good luck to you too.

  2. To anyone that reads blogs regularly, they should know that bloggers have ads all over the place to supplement their time & energy it takes to create these for others enjoyment. I agree that the ads are a tad annoying, but it is a job to do this and it beats asking for donations that no one will contribute to. Some people just want to have their cake and eat it too.

    Now that I’ve had MY 2 cents to the previous comment, I would like to say that I just discovered your recipe blog today and enjoy reading it, as well as, anticipating trying what I’ve found so far!! Thank you for sharing them!! I’m also going to share your site with my son, who considers himself a Foodie. Would love it if you had an email notification when you have new posts.

    1. Thank you for taking the time to comment here Beth! It does take a lot of time to get these recipes and posts together so I do appreciate it. If you go to my homepage, right below the social media icons it has a sign up area where you can put in your email and receive the new posts! Let me know if you have any trouble doing this. Thanks again!

  3. Andrea

    Any ideas on what i could substitute for mayonnaise? I have been using the sauce to toss wings from our air fryer in and we LOVE them, but mentally can’t get past the mayo part.

      1. Andrea

        No, I don’t like it at all. My husband is okay with it.

        I substituted sour cream the last time i made them, it made the sauce creamy, but separated much more than the mayo.

    1. The wings are actually baked, the only butter is in the sauce. I’m not sure how olive oil would work instead of the butter but you could give it a try!

  4. Melissa

    Dan I made these wings tonight and they were so freakin’ delicious! My boyfriend was so impressed and I told him to thank Dan. ???? So naturally I had to leave a comment. These wings are So worth it! Thanks!!

  5. Lord of the wings

    The sauce flavor was excellent but the texture of the chicken wing was disappointing because they weren’t crisp. Next time you will try to bake them uncovered and see if that helps

    1. Jim, these wings bake uncovered as per the recipe – and they are super crispy! If you did cover them while baking then, yes, they wouldn’t be crispy at all. I hope you try them again!

      1. Lisa R D

        It did t say in the recipe if the chicken wings were fresh or frozen. I am going to use a big bag of frozen. Hi Ken drummers and wings. Would there be any cooking time different?

  6. Pingback : 20 Easy Chicken Recipes | Quick and Healthy Chicken Dinners – Longtimes

  7. Pingback : 20 Easy Chicken Recipes | Quick and Healthy Chicken Dinners – Note For Day

  8. Pingback : 20 Easy Chicken Recipes | Quick and Healthy Chicken Dinners – Food journal

  9. Pingback : 20 Easy Chicken Recipes | Quick and Healthy Chicken Dinners – Online48h

  10. Pingback : 20 Easy Chicken Recipes | Quick and Healthy Chicken Dinners – Make Less Tense

  11. Pingback : 20 Easy Chicken Recipes | Quick and Healthy Chicken Dinners - recipequicks

  12. Pingback : 20 Easy Chicken Recipes | Recipes for the Crockpot, Instant Pot & More! – Furtune Life

  13. Pingback : 20 Easy Chicken Recipes – Current Events at the Highest Levels

  14. Pingback : 20 Easy Chicken Recipes – Sunrise Gazette

  15. Pingback : 20 Easy Chicken Recipes - The FoodiePreneur Shop

  16. Pingback : 20 Easy Chicken Recipes – Fitness-Health

  17. Delores Barry

    Yum! Thank you so much for this recipe.
    I made this last night and my son whom does not like chicken wings absolutely loved this.
    Please keep the recipes coming.

  18. Pingback : 20 Easy Chicken Recipes – Best Food and Drink News

  19. Pingback : 20 Easy Chicken Recipes – My Blog

  20. Pingback : 20 Easy Chicken Recipes – Food and Drinks

  21. Pingback : 20 Easy Chicken Recipes

  22. Pingback : 20 Easy Chicken Recipes – News…News…News

  23. Pingback : 91 Low Carb Keto Appetizer Recipes - My Productive Backyard

  24. Pingback : 20 Easy Chicken Recipes – coocing-news

  25. Pingback : 20 Easy Chicken Recipes – Paleo-DietSpot

  26. Less chilton

    Well, I’ll never make wings any other way than this ever again. I’ve been searching for that perfect wing recipe for literally years, and I’ve finally found it. I’ve made these twice now, with perfect results both times. I’m making them again tonight because they’rejust so dang good. No substutions, just the recipe exactly as written, which is unheard of for me. My husband and son love these wings as much as I do. Restaurant wings pale in comparison to these, but I don’t mind, since they’re even easier than driving. Thank you!

  27. Pingback : My Blog » 20 Easy Chicken Recipes

  28. Pingback : 20 Easy Chicken Recipes – Real Wellness Living

  29. Pingback : 20 Easy Chicken Recipes – Site Title

  30. Pingback : 20 Easy Chicken Recipes – Restazine

  31. Kathryn Barzeski

    Delicious and easy!!!!! Sooo good! Thank you for the recipe!!!!! My husband and I both agree these are the best wings we’ve ever had!!! This will definitely be my go recipe for on. I do want to ad though that I always try the recipe as is at least the first time I make it but this time I only had frozen wings on hand and I baked them from frozen but the wings turned out extremely crispy but next time I’ll use fresh to see if there’s a huge difference because I also think that the mayo gives the sauce it’s unbeatable taste but I also think that when it’s added to the wings and then they’re baked again for 10 additional minutes, it helps to crisp them. Thank you again so much I’ll definitely continue to try your other recipes as well!

    1. Sounds great, Let me know which other recipes you try! We’ve made this recipe with frozen wings too and I don’t find a big difference, sometimes buying the wings frozen is easer!

  32. Pingback : 20 Easy Chicken Recipes – Summers Gluten-Free News

  33. CHrystal

    Thank you SO much for sharing this recipe!!!!! These were freaking amazeballs!!!!

    Now I don’t have to wait to go to the city to have garlic Parmesan wings.

  34. Melissa

    These wings were AMAZING! My mom made them for a family lunch and my husband has not stopped talking about them. Thank you so much for this recipe!

  35. Pingback : 20 Fantastic Chicken Wing Recipes – Daily Easy Recipe

Leave a Reply