Oven Baked Chicken Wings

Let’s face it – who doesn’t like baked chicken wings? Often cited as something reserved for “party food,” this recipe proves that you can enjoy great tasting dishes while still eating towards your goals. Here’s the thing: most people tend to forget that animal proteins also contain those healthy fats that you’re always hearing about. In fact, lean cuts of chicken, pork, and beef usually have a balanced ratio of all three major forms of fat (saturated, mono, and polyunsaturated) that you need for optimal performance.

With that being said, these oven baked chicken wings have no skin on them. It isn’t a complete sin to leave the skin on; do so if you’re considering this meal a cheat that falls outside of your 85% compliancy. If you’re using this as a protein for the week then ditch the skin and consider this meal a one-two punch for your protein and fat needs.

Enjoy one of the easiest and tastiest recipes you’ll ever come across.


20Free range organic cut chicken wings (or 10 whole wings)
3 tablespoonsExtra virgin olive oil
1 tablespoonRaw honey
3Garlic cloves
1 teaspoonGarlic powder
2 teaspoonChili powder
VariesPink sea salt and pepper to taste



1Preheat the oven to 400 degrees
2Gently melt your raw honey on the stove top
3Dice up your garlic cloves and then press them
4Mix honey, olive oil, garlic powder, and chili powder in a large bowl
5Place chicken wings in the bowl with the mixture. Use a spatula to mix the chicken wings around until they’re lightly coated with oil and spices
6Spread the chicken wings on a baking sheet. Sprinkle them with pink sea salt/pepper if you’d like
7Place the chicken wings in the oven. Bake for 20 minutes, flip them, and then bake for another 20 minutes.


Nutrition Info (serving size: six individual chicken wings)

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