Yes You Can Make BBQ Wings in an Air Fryer

So I buy an air fryer and now my website becomes a darn food blog! At least it feels that way at times. I’ll be sitting around the apartment, brainstorming ideas for new articles to publish, and boom! I open the freezer and a bag of wings are staring at me.

I know. I’ll make ‘em in my air fryer because they’re delicious!

Then it’s… OMG everyone has to know about this. And the rest is history.

Chicken Wing time!

Well this article is no different. I was lounging around waiting to leave for baseball practice and blam! That bag of wings was staring at me. I know. Let’s air fry them. But when I went for the bacon flavored hot sauce something happened. Sweet Baby Ray’s was staring at me and just like that it happened.

Air fryer chicken wings smothered in Sweet Baby Ray’s BBQ sauce. The picture cannot justify how maddening it is that I can’t just hand you a chicken wing to eat right now! So you’re gonna’ have to trust me when I tell you it’s an AMAZING combo.

Sweet Baby Ray’s BBQ Air Fryer Wings

  • Wings and Chicken Pieces
  • Coupla’ Squirts of Sweet Baby Ray’s BBQ Sauce
  • Pop! That’s literally it

The directions are simple. Preheat your air fryer to 400 degrees. Set air fry time to 23 minutes. Once preheated, add chicken without the BBQ sauce. Turn chicken about halfway through.

Once your wings are thoroughly air fried, put em’ in a bowl and add a few squirts of Sweet Baby Ray’s BBQ sauce. Toss those wings until they are covered in sauce. Dump in a bowl (my preference) or favorite serving dish and KAPOW!

Thank me later. It’s cool.

PS – I’ll get back to writing about cool baseball players and stuff like that soon.

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