[3-Ingredient] Crispy Keto Buffalo Wings - Earthside Farms

[3-Ingredient] Crispy Keto Buffalo Wings

[3 Ingredient] Keto Buffalo Wings


Keto Buffalo Wings. The ultimate food for watching the big game with friends.

And when you’re surrounded by unhealthy chips and flatbreads, it’s the one food you can count on to stay 100% keto.

This crazy simple recipe recreates restaurant-style wings with just 3 ingredients: wings, butter and hot sauce.

How so simple?

First, by using a spiced hot sauce – either Tapatio and Cholula are our favorites – you won’t need to add any garlic or extra spices.

And with a little secret we’ll show you in the steps below, you’ll get that perfect crispy skin without needing a deep fryer.

Bring these to the party and you’ll sure to be the most popular person there.


The Recipe

Yields: Prep Time: Total Time:
12 servings


Qty: Item:
12 organic chicken wings (~2 lbs)
1/2 cup hot sauce (Cholula or Tapatio)
6 tbsp grass-fed butter


1 In large pot, bring 1 inch of water to a boil
2 Place wings in a steaming rack and place into the pot
3 Cover and reduce to a simmer; steam wings 10 minutes (removes excess fat that will smoke badly in oven otherwise)
4 Place wings on wire rack over paper towels and refrigerate for 1 hour (this is essential to dry wings and make crispy)
4 Preheat oven to 425°F
5 Discard paper towels and replace with parchment paper underneath the wire rack
6 Bake wings 20 minutes
7 Flip wings and bake 20 minutes more
8 While wings are baking, melt butter in saucepan and add to a large/wide bowl. Whisk in hot sauce.
9 Put wings from oven right into sauce bowl and toss until covered.

Nutrition Facts (per serving)

Calories: Fat: Net Carb: Protein:
140 calories 12g Fat 0g 9g

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[3-Ingredient] Crispy Keto Buffalo Wings

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