We are seriously gearing up for game day…so the Super Bowl party menu planning is already underway.
A party without wings…is simply not a party, right? 🙂
These wings taste as good as they look. Sooooo good.
The recipe is really simple to whip up. I used a GF panko style bread crumb and FODY foods Hot BBQ spice blend, purchase spice blend here.
Note: above Fody foods link is a paid affiliate link.
The spice blend gives the wings a little kick–but is not off the charts hot.
You will also find a nice cheese and cracker board at my party (most cheese is low FODMAP). I like to include Blue Diamond Almond nut thins or Mary’s Gone Crackers (original flavor), along with some sharp Cheddar and creamy Brie, red grapes, my homemade hummus (recipe here), carrot sticks and red bell pepper strips.
Another party favorite is Lemon Parsley Roasted Shrimp, check out my recipe post here.
Last year, I was featured on Fox News sharing a few superbowl appetizers including my Buffalo chicken meatballs, recipe here (yup, they are low FODMAP & amaze) and chocolate dipped strawberries (that look like little footballs!) with just a little bit of melted white chocolate (the small amount is low FODMAP). So cute! (check this post on Pinterest to see the football strawberries)
For a few other low FODMAP game day appetizer ideas, check out my previous post here.
- 1.5 pound package of cut (party wing) chicken wings (I love Whole Food's 100% Air chilled - precut and ready to go!)
- 2 tablespoons FODY foods BBQ Spice Blend
- 1/2 tablespoon brown sugar
- Pinch of salt
- 1/2 cup Aleia's GF original real panko bread crumbs
- Preheat oven to 450 degrees F and line one baking sheet with parchment paper.
- Mix BBQ Spice blend, brown sugar, & salt in small bowl - mix well with fork.
- Place spice mix in large resealable plastic bag, add breadcrumbs, seal and shake/mix together well.
- Add wings to bag, reseal and shake until wings are fully covered with BBQ breadcrumb blend.
- Place wings onto baking sheet and bake for 30 mins, or until fully cooked; flip wings mid-point during cooking time.
- Serve with carrot sticks, red pepper strips and FODY foods Ranch, if desired
In other news…I am working on my Mast Cell Activation Syndrome post #3. Stay tuned! And we are working behind the scenes gearing up for IBS Awareness month in April. I am hoping you all can join me this year in my grassroots campaign, called, #IBelieveinyourStory. To learn more about my story and mission, click here.