Serve up homegating snacks your team can’t wait to tackle with this Chicken Wings Snack Board. Fresh crispy veggies and saucy flavorful wings are a winning combination for game day or any day!

Homegating at its Best

I wish every season could be football season! Football weekends revolve around great games and even better food. And since tailgating isn’t exactly easy these days, we take our homegating very seriously. We eat, drink, cheer, repeat. One of our favorite game day snacks are messy, saucy chicken wings. And this Chicken Wings Snack Board is not only deliciously messy, it’s pretty stinkin’ cute, if I do say so myself!

Chicken Wings Snack Board by The BakerMama

Chicken Wings Made Easy

This board takes about 40 wings in two different flavors. And y’all, if you want to order wings from your favorite wing joint, I’m not here to judge. If you want to bake up your own, I’ve got you covered.

First, toss chicken wings in a large bowl with ¼ cup canola oil. Next, sprinkle with kosher salt and toss to coat evenly. Place chicken wings skin side up on the prepared baking racks.

Then bake for 40-45 minutes in a 400°F oven, rotating pans after 20 minutes from top to bottom and front to back, until golden crisp on the outside.

After you remove chicken wings from the oven, divide wings into two medium mixing bowls and immediately toss 20 of the wings in the buffalo wing sauce and 20 of the wings in the barbecue sauce. So, so easy and so, so yummy!

I’ll Take a Cold One!

You can’t watch football and eat wings without a cold beer to sip on. Whether we’re tailgating or homegating, we’re drinking from our favorite Stanley beer pints and steins. Stanley’s steins keep our drinks cold from coin toss to final whistle. I mean, if it lasts that long! And the amazing thing about the classic Stanley stein is they have a bottle opener built right into the handle. So cool and convenient!

Oh and it’s not just us adults who enjoy a cold one. The kids love drinking their juice or special occasion soda out of a Stanley mug and cup. They’re so great for keeping warm drinks warm too!

Chicken Wings Snack Board by The BakerMama

Now that you’ve poured your beer, you can build this board in a snap! (Get it? Snap? I’ve got football puns for yards, y’all). Check out this video to see how quickly it comes together.

Building the Chicken Wings Snack Board

You’ll need a large wood board or tray, two oval food baskets, and three small serving bowls for your dipping sauces.

Note: If you made the wings ahead of time or bought pre-made wings, you’ll need to keep them warm in a 200°F oven until ready to add to the board.

First, on an 18” x 12” walnut wood board, arrange two oval baskets lined with lettuce leaves or parchment paper.

Put the ranch, honey mustard, and blue cheese dressings in mini serving bowls on the board. Place the blue cheese crumbles next to the bowl of blue cheese dressing and garnish the dressing with small crumbles of blue cheese.

Arrange half of the celery in the top left corner of the board and half in the right bottom corner. Arrange half of the carrot sticks in the top left corner of the board and half in the bottom right corner. Fan cucumber slices around the bowl of ranch dressing. Pile sugar snap peas in the top right corner of the board with radish slices next to them.

Stack cheese cubes in the middle of the board with the mini sweet peppers to the left of them. Place the pickle chips in the bottom left corner of the board. Arrange the pepperoncini slices on the middle right side of the board. Stick pimento-stuffed green olives in various spots across the board.

Place the wings tossed in buffalo wing sauce in the top oval basket and the wings tossed in barbecue sauce in the bottom basket.

Put the sour cream or thick blue cheese dressing in a small squeeze bottle (or sealable plastic bag with one corner snipped off). Draw lines on the piles of wings to make the wing baskets look like footballs.

Serve and enjoy!

Chicken Wings Snack Board by The BakerMama

The BakerMama’s Big Game Gathering Guide

Throwing a Super Bowl party? Make hosting a game day shindig easy and enjoyable with The BakerMama’s Big Game Gathering Guide. I’ve got decor, treats and fun activities that make watching the big game together extra exciting.

Big Game Gathering Guide

Want More?

Craving more chicken wings recipes? Try my Baked Asian Crispy Chicken Wings or my Baked Honey Mustard Chicken Wings for some sweet, tangy goodness.

If you’re inspired to make this Chicken Wings Snack Board, be sure to snap a picture and share it with me @thebakermama and @stanleybrand on Instagram so we can see. I love seeing how inspired and creative y’all get with the ideas and recipes I share.

May the best team win! Enjoy!

xoxo,

This post was created as part of my partnership with Stanley however thoughts and opinions are certainly my own. Thank you for supporting the brands that make The BakerMama possible.

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Chicken Wings Snack Board by The BakerMama

Baked Chicken Wings (Two Ways)

  • Author: The BakerMama
  • Prep Time: 10 min
  • Cook Time: 45 min
  • Total Time: 55 minutes
  • Yield: 40 wings 1x

Description

Saucy, flavorful wings in two delicious flavors!


Ingredients

Scale
  • 40 party wings
  • ¼ cup canola or vegetable oil
  • 1 tablespoon kosher salt
  • ¾ cup buffalo wing sauce
  • ¾ cup barbecue sauce

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 400°F.
  2. Line two rimmed baking sheets with foil and set a baking rack into each pan. Spray the baking rack generously with non-stick cooking spray.
  3. Place the chicken wings in a large mixing bowl. Toss in the ¼ cup canola oil. Sprinkle with 1 tablespoon kosher salt and toss to coat evenly. Place chicken wings skin side up on the prepared baking racks.
  4. Bake for 40-45 minutes, rotating pans after 20 minutes from top to bottom and front to back, until golden crisp on the outside.
  5. Remove chicken wings from the oven. Divide wings into two medium mixing bowls and immediately toss 20 of the wings in the buffalo wing sauce and 20 of the wings in the barbecue sauce. Transfer coated chicken wings to serving baskets and decorate with sour cream or blue cheese dressing to look like footballs.

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Chicken Wings Snack Board by The BakerMama

Chicken Wings Snack Board

  • Author: The BakerMama
  • Prep Time: 15 min
  • Total Time: 15 minutes
  • Yield: 6-8 1x

Description

Serve up homegating snacks your team can’t wait to tackle!


Ingredients

Scale
  • 20 baked buffalo chicken wings (see recipe)
  • 20 baked barbecue chicken wings (see recipe)
  • 8 romaine lettuce leaves, to line the wing baskets
  • 1/3 cup ranch dressing
  • 1/3 cup honey mustard dressing
  • 1/3 cup blue cheese dressing
  • ½ cup blue cheese crumbles
  • 5 stalks celery, each cut into thirds
  • 12 carrot sticks
  • 12 cucumber slices
  • 18 sugar snap peas
  • 5 radishes, thinly sliced
  • 1 cup colby jack cheese snack cubes
  • 14 mini sweet peppers
  • 12 spicy pickle chips
  • 6 pepperoncini peppers
  • 12 pimiento stuffed green olives
  • ¼ cup sour cream or thick blue cheese dressing, to garnish wings

Instructions

  1. Bake or buy the wings. Keep warm in a 200°F oven until ready to add them to the board.
  2. On an 18” x 12” walnut wood board, arrange two oval baskets lined with lettuce leaves or parchment paper.
  3. Put the ranch dressing, honey mustard dressing, and blue cheese dressing in mini serving bowls on the board. Place the blue cheese crumbles next to the bowl of blue cheese dressing and garnish the blue cheese dressing with some small crumbles of blue cheese.
  4. Arrange half of the celery in the top left corner of the board and half in the right bottom corner. Arrange half of the carrot sticks in the top left corner of the board and half in the right bottom corner.
  5. Fan the cucumber slices around the bowl of ranch dressing.
  6. Pile the sugar snap peas in the top right corner of the board with the radish slices next to them.
  7. Stack the cheese cubes in the middle of the board with the mini sweet peppers to the left of them.
  8. Place the pickle chips in the bottom left corner of the board. Arrange the pepperoncini slices on the middle right side of the board.
  9. Stick the pimento stuffed green olives in various spots across the board.
  10. Place the baked chicken wings tossed in buffalo wing sauce in the top oval basket on the board and the baked chicken wings tossed in barbecue sauce in the bottom basket on the board.
  11. Put the sour cream or thick blue cheese dressing in a small squeeze bottle, or sealable plastic bag with one corner snipped off, and draw lines on the top of the piles of wings to make the wing baskets look like footballs.
  12. Serve the board and enjoy!

Notes

You’ll need a large wood board (I built this board on an 18” x 12” walnut wood board), 2 oval food baskets, and three small serving bowls.

About The BakerMama

Maegan is the author of the best-selling Beautiful Boards and its next-level follow-up, Spectacular Spreads. She started blogging in 2012 and has over 700 original recipes on The BakerMama. She truly enjoys sharing her easy, family-friendly recipes, creative meal ideas, food board creations, and entertaining spreads to encourage others to get in the kitchen and make something memorable for their loved ones to enjoy together. Learn More

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  1. Hello: I really do enjoy your web site. One of my favourite recipes is Flourless Oatmeal Cookies which I make quite often. Always yummy!! Yesterday I made the Flourless Pumpkin Bread and was soooo disappointed. The first time in my baking life it didn’t turn out. The recipe states to bake it for approx 30 mins, I went well beyond with the minutes and it still was very dense and moist I added 5 mins then 5 more and so on it was at least an extra 30 – 40 mins and still it was to moist.
    Just wondering if there was a miscalculating error with the baking time. Perhaps 60 mins instead of 30? Looking forward to hearing from you.
    Much appreciated.
    Viola L.

    1. Hi Viola! Thanks for your message. It sounds like you might have over blended the batter. If the batter is over blended, it will start to warm and cook the oats which prevents the loaf from baking into a bread-like texture. It will have the texture of oatmeal if the oats start cooking before you bake the bread. I’m assuming your batter just never baked to a bread-like texture and remained moist inside because the oats were over blended. Hope this helps and that you’re able to try the recipe again soon.

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