This raspberry glazed chicken wings recipe is finger licking good. In fact, before you continue reading, I want you to pull up the Beastie Boys 1992 classic Finger Lickin’ Good while you read the rest of this post. You know, for ambiance. A recipe with a soundtrack. And who doesn’t love a healthy dose of the Beastie Boys…?
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Back to the chicken! Raspberry glazed chicken wings, where have you been all my life? The berry wing sauce is crazy delicious and so incredibly simple. Sweet, tart, unapologetically fruity. Arguably best of all, you just toss the ingredients in a casserole dish and walk away until your timer goes off.
The Raspberry Glazed Chicken Wings Recipe
We are doing baked chicken wings for this recipe, but I’ve made this in a crockpot before. If you want to try using a slow-cooker in the true spirit of set-it-and-forget-it cooking, just lengthen your cook time to ensure your chicken is done.
In a casserole dish, whisk together melted coconut oil, ground mustard seed, and salt until it becomes a homogenous mixture. You could use a mixing bowl, but it’s just one extra dish to clean. Why do that to yourself?
Now you’ll add in the raspberries (fresh or frozen) and chicken, tossing it with the coconut oil mixture until the ingredients are evenly coated. Throw it in the oven for a half hour, mix it all up again, then bake for another 15 minutes or so. There’s nothing to it. You could make this recipe in your sleep with one hand tied behind your back.
Can you eat raspberries on keto diet?
Yes, you can eat raspberries on the keto diet. Raspberries are high in fiber, which as you know from your low carb vegetables, can be deducted from total carb count. If you track net carbs, you can comfortably fit most berries, including raspberries, within your carbohydrate limit. You’ll need to keep track of them though; it’s not food you can mindlessly eat and get away with on a ketogenic diet.
In 100 grams of raspberries, there are 11.94g total carbs and 6.5g fiber. That’s only 5.44g net carbs (11.94-6.5=5.44) in almost an entire cup of raspberries.
If you’re tracking total carbs instead, you may find it challenging to fit raspberries – or any other fruit or vegetable, for that matter – into your diet. Apply your own personal context and do what’s right for you!
If you don’t have room in your macros for raspberries, try my smoked keto chicken wings recipe instead. It’s one of my favorites!
Low Carb Raspberry Glazed Chicken Wings
- Preheat oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
- In a 9 x 6-inch casserole dish, combine coconut oil, mustard seed, and salt. Mix in raspberries and chicken wings until thoroughly coated.
- Bake in the oven for 30 minutes. Remove from oven and carefully stir all ingredients in the casserole dish.
- Bake for an additional 15 minutes and remove from oven. Stir contents of the dish once more prior to serving.
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