I had a real nice and relaxing birthday celebration with my family. We didn't do anything except for eating. We consumed Chick-fil-A and Torchy's Tacos and for dessert cupcakes 

I am going to be sharing with you Crockpot Buffalo Chicken Wings as I promised. I too had intended to make cucumber salad but I unfortunately didn't have any cucumbers. Yes, I realized that I could have made a trip to the grocery store but I didn't feel like it. Do you feel that way too sometimes? So I decided to make the salad next week instead. 

I want say Thank You so very much for your patience with me and the fact that I have not been blogging as much as I usually do. 

Anyway, I made a few changes to this crockpot recipe. The first thing I did was to use thighs that I had stored in freezer because I didn't have any wings. Then I made a change to the liquid. My choice was to use vegetable broth instead of beer because I didn't have any in my pantry.  Since I made a change to the liquid I actually became nervous about how this recipe was going to turn out. But to my surprise the taste of the chicken went above and beyond my expectations. It was incredibly moist and juicy. Not to mention that it wasn't to overwhelming spicy. 

Do you love Wings and want a super easy way to satisfy your craving without the hassle of cooking them and sweating in your hot kitchen? Well how about you give these Crock Pot Buffalo Chicken Wings a try. You will not be disappointed!

 

Crockpot Buffalo Chicken Wings 

 

Ingredients 

 

12-14 whole chicken wings or thighs

1¼ c Frank's Hot Sauce (or favorite hot sauce), divided

1¼ c butter, divided

1 C Chicken or vegetable broth 

Directions 

 

1.    Cut chicken in half. Place chicken in crock pot. In a medium saucepan melt one cup of butter and add one cup of hot sauce and stir until completely combined. Stir one cup of broth into sauce. Pour the sauce over the chicken. Cover and cook on LOW for six-seven hours or HIGH for three-four hours.

2.    Turn on your broiler. Melt ¼ cup butter into ¼ cup hot sauce and stir until well combined. Spread wings out evenly on a broiler pan and coat generously with sauce

3.    Place wings in broiler for four-five minutes, checking constantly so they don't burn. 

 

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