These brown sugar teriyaki chicken wings are the perfect game day snack. My husband loves when I cook these up for him while he is watching the Packers or any Sunday night football game. Pair these wings with this crockpot buffalo chicken dip for the perfect game night spread!
This is a recipe that was passed to me by an aunt after she would make them for every family gathering. These can be made up the morning before and marinated all day long or only marinated for an hour and then popped in the oven. They are delicious on their own and don’t need to be covered or dipped in any additional sauce once out of the oven. I always buy the party wings when making these to cut back on the amount of prep work and working with raw chicken. These come cut and ready to season and cook already.
To begin separate wings (if not using party wings) and spread out in a 9x13in pan. Create the marinade by mixing the mustard, garlic powder, coconut aminos, and brown sugar together in a separate bowl. Pour the marinade over the chicken wings.