These Easy Glazed Chicken Wings are a great dish for a football viewing party. Make these in your oven with a tasty homemade sauce for any type of gathering.
We host a Super Bowl Party every year and it is always a fun time to get together with friends. These honey garlic wings are is not a hot wings recipe, but a subtle soy honey garlic sauce that is great for grown-ups and kids alike.
These honey garlic chicken wings have great flavor! If you love wings be sure to check out my favorite hot wings recipe too- they are made with a hot and spicy glaze so good and are so easy!
You can start with already trimmed wings, or trim your own.
The wings are bathed in a tangy and slightly sweet soy glaze sauce in your refrigerator.
They bake up nicely in the oven.
When they are done, the chicken pieces are tender and juicy with a wonderful honey glaze.
Check out the full recipe below.
You may want to make extra as these will go fast! They are a great finger food for TV viewing too!
Equipment and Tools Needed
- knife or poultry shears
- large bowl
- slotted spoon
- pair of tongs
- baking sheet or shallow baking pan
Pro Tips and Timesaver Shortcuts
- If you do not have molasses, you can substitute brown sugar.
- You can grease the baking pan with a little olive oil or cooking spray. You can also line the baking sheet with parchment paper for easier clean up.
- This chicken recipe is great for a Sunday lunch or weeknight dinner too, just serve with a little white rice.
More Delicious Recipes For Game Day
Fresh Vegetable Cream Cheese Dip - a lovely light dip that goes perfectly with fresh raw vegetables.
- Soy Garlic Chicken Wings - Flavorful wings in a tasty garlic sauce
Puff Pastry Ham Wheels - a perfect pinwheel sandwich appetizer.
Really Easy Jalapeno Poppers - these delicious stuffed chilis are made easily in your oven and are not fried.
- Baked Chicken Tenders - Delicious boneless chicken tenders for dipping.
Easy Baked Chicken Wings Recipe
- 2 dozen raw chicken wings
- ⅓ cup soy sauce
- ½ cup honey
- ¼ cup molasses
- 3 tablespoons hot sauce
- 1 teaspoon minced garlic
- ¼ teaspoon pepper
- ½ teaspoon garlic salt
- ½ teaspoon garlic powder
- Preheat oven to 375 degrees f.
- If you have whole wings, cut off the wing tips and discard wing tip section.
- Place wings in a large bowl or baggie.
- In a bowl or jar, mix together remaining ingredients and whisk well.
- Combine chicken wings with sauce. Cover bowl with plastic wrap and refrigerate at least 60 minutes. You can also use a freezer bag for marinating.
- Lay the wings in a single layer on a baking sheet skin slide up and top with remaining sauce.
- Bake at 375° F for 25 minutes
- Turn wings over once and bake an additional 20-25 minutes or until chicken is fully cooked.
- Transfer to a serving dish
- Great served with ranch dressing.
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Mmm these look delicious! I have been looking for a new wing recipe to try!
I hope you give this a go Stephanie!
The wings look tasty!
Thanks Ashley - we think so!
Those wings look delish! Thanks for sharing this recipe. Definitely on my must-try list!
Thanks Corina - I hope you like it!
Yum, you can just about smell and taste those! Cassidy makes wings at least once a week. I wonder if he changes up his recipes.
Wow once a week - how lucky you are Tamara!
Jamie @ Love Bakes Good Cakes
I am always down for a new wings recipe! I can't wait to try this - Thanks for sharing at Freedom Fridays - pinned and sharing on Facebook! 🙂
Thank you so much for sharing it Jamie! Really appreciate it. Enjoy your weekend!
We love Chicken Wings - my hubby makes them about once a month. I am sharing your recipe with him - these look delicious!
I hope you try then Debbie! We love them at our home.
I love that these wings aren't fried. I can't wait to try this recipe. Thanks!
Thanks Milena! I think you will like them!
Those are amazing. Look soo good.
These look delicious! My husband loves chicken wings, but we usually buy them. I have to try making some for football next weekend.
They are really easy to make Anne! Thanks for stopping by!
Just perfect for game day! I am totally cooking up a big spread of wings here soon, so I will reference this recipe!
These wings look so delicious. They look crispy and delicious,I would like to try them.
PINNED this! I'm always struggling to think of what to bring to parties and this looks like an excellent pot luck dish. Chicken wings are always a hit, especially for parties that have to do with sports! Thanks for sharing.
Thanks for the pin Gracielle - hope you enjoy the wings!
Those look awesome! We have not had a good chicken wing since moving from Buffalo, NY. You know they have the best. This recipe looks super!
These look amazing! We're huge Patriots fans and will be having a superbowl party and will have to add these to the menu!
Can you do it not spicy? My kids don’t like spicy
Hi Adrianez, These glaze wings are not spicy at all. Kids love them.
I have never made wings and am glad to have a recipe for baked wings. I want to make these for our game night appetizer.
These look soo good! I love the combination of soy, honey, and molasses on chicken and salmon. I'm going to make 2 trays of these for our next party, 1 with the hot sauce and 1 without the hot sauce for the kids. They can be so picky!
These wings are so delicious! So glad I found this recipe!
Yay! Glad you loved it!
Genevieve | Fitty Foodlicious
Love a good chicken wing recipe and this one fits the bill!
That glaze looks so yummy!
Can these be cooked on a grill, instead of in the oven?
Yes Linda, you can grill them at 350° (be careful not to go higher or they could burn), flipping the wings every 5 minutes, for a total of 20 minutes of cooking.