5 pounds chicken wings 2 cups brown sugar 1 cup French's mustard 4 tablespoons soy sauce
Cut each wing into 3 pieces - throw away the tip. Brown in skillet until golden brown and put in slow cooker, turn on low heat. Mix brown sugar, mustard and soy sauce in saucepan and heat until it becomes liquid. Pour over the wings and cook 2-8 hours.
Made these wing according to the recipe and it was a big hit. My kids loved it. Especially the sauce, which we used over rice and vegetables. I followed the directions up until the point of where I cooked it .I didn't cook mine in the crock pot however, I just baked it in the oven for about 40 minutes on 350 and it was delicious.
help June 22, 2014 REVIEW:
2-8 hours is quite a time difference. Would be helpful if directions were more specific. I kept testing them every couple of hours but it would have been nice to have just not disturbed them the entire time and not have to babysit them. Flavor was good so I'll maybe make them again but cut down on the brown sugar a little so they are less sweet. Took about 4 1/2 hours to cook. I think 8 hours would have turned them to mush, at least in my slow cooker.
crazyeyes December 5, 2013 REVIEW:
I have tried a dozen crock pot chicken wing recipes and I think this is my favorite. It's simple both in preparation and in flavors but the wings are loved by everyone. I find the cooking time just a hint on the long side so I usually cook it for 5 hours on low but I find I have to do that with a lot of recipes with my particular crock pot model (it's a cheapie).
Guest Foodie November 4, 2013 REVIEW:
Best wings ever!
Member since: Mar 9, 2008
lainee October 29, 2013 REVIEW:
I scaled this down to use one pound of wings to do a trial run before serving it at our Halloween party. Wonderful recipe! I followed the recipe as is but I think I'll pop the wings in the oven when they are done and brown them, then put back in the crock to serve. I'm going to be making a double batch in two crocks and I think they'll still go fast!
Member since: Jul 15, 2013
tmiller October 20, 2013 REVIEW:
I've really wanted to find a GOOD crock pot chicken wing recipe. Most of them end up falling apart or too sweet or just not good. This was so far the best recipe I've tried. The sauce is tangy with some sweetness but it's really well balanced. The wings were done nicely. I took the advice of the other review and broiled them first for a few minutes. I think they stayed on the bone better that way. Thank you for the recipe and the suggestions. My search for the perfect crocked wings may be over.
Member since: Mar 24, 2008
Cookin_Kat26 October 20, 2013 REVIEW:
I used chicken drummies so I didn't have to cut the wings up. Dumped it all in the crock and came back 6 hours later to a delicious mess of wings! Serve with tons of napkins.
Member since: May 12, 2010
mommazz October 14, 2013 REVIEW:
I broiled the wings for 10 minutes per side first to crisp up the skin then added to the crock pot. I wasn't sure about all that mustard but went ahead and made it as directed. So glad I did because they were delicious! I think this is my new go-to recipe for wings!
Jane Dough June 30, 2013 REVIEW:
This is one of my favorite wing recipes, and one of my favorite crock pot recipes. It's perfect for parties having people over because you can just put it in the crock and forget about it utnil you're ready to eat.
Chicken Legs December 4, 2011 REVIEW:
I made this today for a church potluck and it was a hit! There were none left to bring home and I've been asked for the recipe - always a good sign! :o)
Steph December 30, 2010 REVIEW:
I've made these so many times I've decided to finally leave a comment - these chicken wings are amazing! There are never any left when I serve them. I usually throw them in the oven for 5-10 minutes at about 400 just to crisp them up a bit right before I serve them. Excellent recipe!
mojo September 5, 2010 REVIEW:
slow baked these at 250 for about 4-5 hours.. .so moist great flavor. thanks will make again
KC February 22, 2010 REVIEW:
This recipe is really really GREAT! I used chicken thighs and actually cooked in the oven because I left it until to late to put in slow cooker!!!
ambjeep January 31, 2010 REVIEW:
I made this dish today, but didn't have any soy sauce. I decided to substitute it with Worcestershire Sauce and it was DELICIOUS! My boyfriend had me add a couple chopped up pieces of onions to it as well and it tasted fantastic. Quick, easy, delicious!
disco queen January 26, 2010 REVIEW:
meat was too bland, had to add lots of hot sauce. meat fell off the bone, had to use a spoon to remove them from the crockpot. not tailgate material!
Member since: Dec 10, 2009
mofekolu December 10, 2009 REVIEW:
Delicious simple recipe. My daughter thought I bought them and was trying to pass them off as mine!! She asked me to make them at least once a week.
Justin December 7, 2009 REVIEW:
O....M.....G.....These are the BEST wings in the WORLD!!! I have to have them again, and again, and again!!!!
Member since: Jun 3, 2009
ettenom7 October 13, 2009 REVIEW:
This was simple and oh, so good! I originally had jotted the recipe down on a piece of scrap paper and tossed that, thinking I could just go back on-line to get the recipe until I realized the recipe wasn't on the usual recipezaar or all recipes. I've been searching for this because of how simple and delicious it is. Print the recipe out!!! God bless!
Lynn August 20, 2009 REVIEW:
Quick,easy, and delicious! My co-workers ask for them at every pot luck!
mjm5705 July 5, 2009 REVIEW:
Used this recipe for chicken legs. Great flavor for such a simple recipe. Would not leave them in the crockpot again for too long, really only need to warm it up. Can really see using this sauce for pork chops, pork tenderloin, or chicken breasts in the crock pot. Will definitely be using this sauce again.
Liana January 25, 2009 REVIEW:
I used this recipe with chicken legs added hot sauce to taste then flash broiled them with the remainder sauce to carmelize them. They were the hit of the party!
Carole August 28, 2008 REVIEW:
This was so good, we're trying it with pork tonight! Great recipe!!!
wife & mom of 2 December 16, 2007 REVIEW:
I make these wings like once a moth because everyone just loves them!!!
Just like the name says, this rich dessert is made with bread and essentially a custard sauce which is baked until set. Some of the variations on the basic recipe use croissants, pound cake, or even doughnuts instead of bread.