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When it comes to chicken wings, both the hubs and I love them. They go with everything and are super easy to grill up or cook quickly. The problem we run into is that the type of chicken wings he will eat is no where near the type of chicken wings I will eat. I like my wings burn your mouth hot, while he likes his sweet and sassy. Usually this means when we grill up a chicken snack we are grilling up one bag for him and one bag for me.
So you can imagine my excitement when I found the Tyson Smokehouse Grillin’ Wings the other day at Sam’s Club. Chicken wings that can be personalized for each individual taste? Yes please!
It felt like a major score, because the Grillin’ Wings were hard to find. Instead of being where all the other Tyson products were they were on an end cap near the wine and lemonade. Which led me to picking up a bottle of Moscato and Country Time Lemonade. We found a huge container of Country Time at a really affordable price. Again super excited about this because with the summer heat here we will be drinking lemonade like no other. I love it when we leave Sam’s Club with awesome finds!
Of course we had to eat them that night for dinner. The one mistake that I made is that I cooked up the entire bag for dinner.
Every one loved them – even the kids! After eating until we were full we had a ton of left overs. Enough for lunch or dinner and snack for the next day. I was not expecting that much food for the price of the bag – it really was a deal! For snack the next day I made a quick-n-easy Buffalo Ranch Chicken Dip.
While I do like my Chicken wings burn your mouth hot, this recipe is not hot. My two year devours this like there is no spice at all. It just has enough of a kick to give it some flavor.
- 8+ Tyson Grillin' Wings, deboned
- 1 cup Ranch dressing
- 3/4 cup wing sauce
- 1 (8 ounce) package cream cheese, softened
- 1 1/2 cups shredded Mozzarella Cheese
- Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees.
- Debone cooked chicken and place in a casserole dish.
- Add cream cheese, ranch, wing sauce, and a cup of cheese.
- Bake for 10-15 minutes, until cream cheese melts. If it is taking longer break it up and stir.
- Remove from oven and top with remaining cheese.
- Serve with tortilla chips!