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5-Ingredient Slow Cooker Honey-Dijon Chicken Wings

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  • 2 pounds chicken wings
  • 3/4 cup Dijon mustard
  • 1/2 cup honey
  • 2 tablespoons red wine vinegar
  • fresh rosemary
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    Calories490Calories from Fat260
    Total Fat29g45%
    Saturated Fat6g30%
    Trans Fat
    Calories from Fat260
    Total Carbohydrate27g9%
    Dietary Fiber2g8%
    Vitamin A6%
    Vitamin C6%

    * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.


    Paula a year ago
    Not good. Waste of time and money. Too bland. Not a good way to make wings.
    Linda A. 2 years ago
    This was soooo gooood and yummy
    Theresa Lynch 2 years ago
    I liked the flavour and to start them in the crock pot is great to get the meat tender and all. However the wings needed to go in the oven to crisp up before serving. i I can't eat wings that have soft skin otherwise and my picky eater won't either. I may make these again but I will be using these adjustments.
    Ty Raine 2 years ago
    VERY tende. like i would not realize i tore off cartilage until i was chewing on it. otherwise, it's great
    Joshua Bibbee 2 years ago
    Great. Meat fell right off the bone. Flavor was on point.
    Kathie Casmas 2 years ago
    We baked the wings and used dried rosemary. Tasted pretty good.
    Leslie C. 3 years ago
    I used drummies instead of wings and baked them at 350. Turned out great.
    Johnson 3 years ago
    good taste. i reccomend baking instead of crockpot. bones and meat separated in pot. would be great for breasts instead of wings.
    Cat 3 years ago
    Turned out super well. I would next time add just a little bit of salt. Used a honey dijion but wasn't too sweet. Would love to make a bigger batch next time.
    Jo L. 3 years ago
    my mistake was that I used a dijion mustard that had white wine vinegar. For me personsally, the was a bit much since I was adding red wine vinegar. so my solution was I remived all the excess hiney mustard sauce, I put barbeque sauce on the wings and let the BBQ sauce cook into the chicken. It was wonderful.
    Sharon B. 3 years ago
    They were delicious!! I had to put them under the broiler also !! My grandkids loved them
    Tebo Naolakgosi 3 years ago
    great, the ingredients complemeted each other perfectly
    Vicky 3 years ago
    My husband and daughter liked it alot!!!!
    Jessica 3 years ago
    So gross. Lessened the sauce based on the previous reviews. Took the chicken out when almost fully cooked the lightly broiled with leftover sauce. The chicken was sour and disgusting. My 3 yr old literally spit it back onto his plate...never again.
    Teresa 3 years ago
    So they were basically boiled in the crock pot. The crock pot was full of liquid, meat & separated bones that I had to pick apart. I put the meat on a sheet pan under the broiler to crisp it up a bit, and it was better, but the crock pot really is the wrong cooking utensil for chicken wings. Flavor was good though.
    Gemma 3 years ago
    Another win. I used dried rosemary and it worked just as well.
    Ashley 3 years ago
    This was AWFUL imo. The taste was strange and the texture of the sauce was weird. I've been trying to cook new meals for my kids so they dont grow up to be tasteless swine and they would not touch this after the first bite (they actually have enjoyed all of the meals and even asked for 2nds of my pesto dish that they previously said would taste like grass). It may be good for some but I'm just giving my opinion.
    Elaine S. 3 years ago
    Great! Sauce was excellent
    I used this recipe as a marinade, adding in cayenne pepper, garlic powder, and a dash of seasoning salt. After letting the wings set in the refrigerator for a couple of hours, we put them on the grill! Perfect!!!
    Gallagher 4 years ago
    too much sauce, wings boiled in it. Next time I will cut the sauce in half. Flavor was excellent. Chicken wings cook very fast.
    ALW 4 years ago
    Such an easy & delicious recipe! The husband even asked me to keep it on our meal roster for next time, so I know he liked it for sure. I also loved the set & forget feature: I didn’t have to worry about the chicken for hours.
    Lexie T. 4 years ago
    Loved these! I will definitely make this again!
    Stefanie R. 5 years ago
    Did this exact same recipe but with chicken drumsticks, turned out fantastically!! Even though we broiled them first, they didn't have much crisp to them after cooking in the crock pot though!
    Sam C. 5 years ago
    Amazing, chicken always turns out tender and falling off the bone. Deffs a keeper! Really easy to prepare as well.
    Keith Gray 6 years ago
    Excellent is all I can say. Thank you and I'm going to use your recipes from now on. Hooray to a fun, better, and healthier way of eating.
    Anna O. 6 years ago
    Seriously probably the best wings I have ever made! They fall off the bone and have amazing flavor love it!
    The wings are flavorful. I used Grey Poupon and didn't have those seeds. I didn't broil first, I slow cooked exactly 2 hours and then broiled. My meat wasn't falling off the bone, but done and very tender & juicy. I would make this again but probably reduce the amount of mustard, honey, etc., because it leaves a lot of sauce and you don't need a lot of sauce when slow cooking.
    Kathy Coffey 6 years ago
    Way, way to much mustard taste, husband said too sweet for him, and the grandchildren wouldn't eat it🙁