Garlic Butter Parmesan Wings #Recipe #SaveALotInsiders

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As a stay at home mom I am responsible for all the grocery shopping and cooking. Despite that fact that I do get burnt out on occasion, I enjoying cooking and coming up with meals that the whole family will eat. But we are still on a budget so I can’t splurge and just buy whatever I want. Meal plans are a weekly occurrence, then a grocery list, shopping sales and stops at 2 to 4 stores to make sure I am getting the best deal.

Slow cooker garlic butter parmesan wings

Thankfully stores like Save-A-Lot make it so that I can afford to splurge on some items. As a #SaveALotInsider I was asked to shop at my local Save-A-Lot store and come up with a slow cooker recipe using items from Save-A-Lot.

With a special brand of spices and other staple items I can save a lot when stocking the pantry. The savings don’t end there. Save-A-Lot also carries name brand items at a lower price than other stores and even has a butcher to offer lots of different cuts of meat while still saving you money.

After a recent trip to my local Save-A-Lot store I stocked up on some items to make chicken wings. These wings are perfect to serve for game day. I love that not only are they easy to make but they also serve a big crowd. The recipe is easily doubled.

Garlic Butter Parmesan Wings Recipe

You will need:
3 pounds of chicken drummies (these are the smaller chicken wings).
1 pound Home Churned Unsalted Butter
1/2 cup Parmesan Cheese
4 tablespoons minced garlic.

Slow cooker garlic butter parmesan chicken wings

Now for the best part, put the chicken, the butter, and the garlic in a slow cooker. Cook on low heat for 6 to 8 hours. I then pour everything into a baking dish, cover with the cheese and throw in a 350 degree oven for about 10 minutes. It melts the cheese and adds just the perfect amount of brown to the wings.

Last time we had them I severed them with rice and brussel sprouts. It was the perfect mid week dinner and the whole family loved them.

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