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These simple Baked Garlic Parmesan Boneless Wings are about to become our new game-day favorite. Easy homemade crispy chicken “wings” tossed in a creamy garlic parmesan sauce. Serve with homemade fries for the easiest sheet pan appetizer or add a salad and call it dinner! This fun bar-style snack is great for entertaining or a quick weeknight dinner.

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Happy Super Bowl week everyone! Even if you’re not a football fan, I feel like just about everyone is planning on tuning into the game this Sunday. Between the Taylor Swift content and Usher playing at halftime, there’s something for everyone!

Oh, right, and of course, there’s the actual game as well. But to be honest, I’m here for Taylor, and I love a good halftime show too!

And then, there is, of course, the food! The best part of any game day. I always have so much fun with these recipes.

Baked Garlic Parmesan Boneless Wings |

This year, I have some yummy dishes coming your way, but wings are an absolute must. Usually, I serve up traditional buffalo wings, but after making these garlic parmesan wings, I’m now serving both.

These are so delicious and a great option for anyone who doesn’t love the spiciness of buffalo wings!

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Here are the details

Step 1: the chicken

Start with the chicken. Cubed raw chicken, breasts, or thighs, or use a mix of the two as I do. Toss the cubed chicken with a mix of seasonings: smoked paprika, onion powder, garlic powder, salt, and pepper. Add flour and parmesan, then toss again.

The flour allows the chicken to get crispy in the oven. It’s a small amount, so just a very light coating, but it’s perfect. Not fully bready chicken wings, but breaded enough so that the sauce really sticks nicely to the chicken.

Bake the chicken up in a super hot oven. It takes maybe 20 minutes to cook.

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Step 2: the sauce

For the sauce, you need butter, garlic, cream, parmesan, and cayenne. A very simple mix, but delicious.

Simmer this on the stove for a few minutes to bring everything together into a delicious cream sauce. Nothing fancy to it!

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Step 3: coat the chicken in sauce

Pour the sauce over the baked, crispy chicken as soon as it comes out of the oven. The heat helps the sauce really adhere to the chicken.

The coating soaks up all the sauce. It’s going to leave you saying, YUM!

I always finish with extra parmesan cheese, parsley, and black pepper.

For serving, these are so yummy with home-baked french fries and extra parmesan sauce. Or serve over rice with a side of broccoli and make these wings into a dinner!

Perfect for everyone in the family!

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Looking for other game night recipes? Try these!

One Skillet Saucy Chicken Tortilla Enchilada Rice Bake

Crockpot Crispy Chicken Tinga Tacos with Avocado Jalapeño Crema

Sheet Pan Honey Mustard Salmon with Caesar Roasted Potatoes

One Skillet Cheesy Green Chile Chicken

Sheet Pan Honey Buffalo Chicken with Broccoli

Lastly, if you make this Baked Garlic Parmesan Boneless Wings, be sure to leave a comment and/or give this recipe a rating! Above all, I love to hear from you guys and always do my best to respond to each and every comment. And, of course, if you do make this recipe, don’t forget to tag me on Instagram! Looking through the photos of recipes you all have made is my favorite!


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Baked Garlic Parmesan Boneless Wings

Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 25 minutes
Total Time 45 minutes
Servings: 6
Calories Per Serving: 490 kcal

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Garlic Parmesan Sauce


  • 1. Preheat the oven to 450° F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper or rub with oil.
    2. On the sheet pan, toss together the chicken, paprika, onion powder, garlic powder, salt, and pepper. Add the flour and parmesan and toss again. Add 2 tablespoons of olive oil, tossing to coat. Arrange the chicken evenly on the baking sheet. Bake 15-20 minutes until the chicken is cooked through.
    3. Meanwhile, make the sauce. Heat the butter in a large skillet over medium-high heat. Cook until it begins to brown, about 3-5 minutes. Stir in the garlic and then slowly pour in the cream. Whisk in the parmesan and cayenne. Season with salt and pepper. Simmer the sauce for 3-5 minutes, whisking until smooth. Keep warm over low heat. 
    4. Pour the parmesan sauce over the chicken and toss the chicken up in the sauce.
    5. Serve the chicken and parmesan sauce with fresh parsley. Ideally, add some home-cut fries on the side too. YUM!
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  1. 5 stars
    WOWOWOWOW! I just made these and they are incredible! Thank you!
    I used chicken tenderloins and cut them into bite-size pieces. Yum!

  2. 5 stars
    So easy to make and they were a HUGE hit! Making them again today for the Super Bowl 🙂 thank you for all your recipes. My husband and I try out different HBH ones every night and you’ve never led us wrong.

  3. 4 stars
    Made these for a happy hour, so good. Made exactly as written and mine came out nice and crispy. I think the secret is a really hot oven. Next time I think I’ll add a bit more heat in the coating. (Just a personal preference) The dipping sauce is thinner than you’d expect, but the leftovers are going over fettucine with the chicken on top!

    1. Hi Amy,
      Happy Saturday!! Thanks a lot for making these wings and sharing your comment! So glad to hear they were enjoyed:) xT

  4. 5 stars
    We loved these!! We’re thinking about using the sauce for a fettuccine alfredo sometime. So good!! We did do a slight modification and used the air fryer instead of the oven (475 degrees for 15 minutes) and they turned out great. Will definitely make again.

    1. Hey Lauren,
      Wonderful!! Thanks a lot for trying this recipe and your comment, so glad it turned out well! Have a great weekend! xT

  5. 5 stars
    Thank you for this delicious yet simple to make recipe! My family raved about it, practically licking their plates clean. I followed the recipe to the letter. Perhaps the one star reviewer deviated from the recipe and that’s why theirs turned into “inedible slop”?

    1. Hi Liana,
      Wonderful!! I appreciate you trying this recipe and sharing your feedback! So glad it was enjoyed:) xT

  6. My family loved it! I baked the chicken in an air fryer and they turned out super crispy. The sauce was fabulous with just the right amount of seasoning. It was so fast and budget friendly – we paired it with a salad. Perfect meal – thanks.

    1. Hi Lyn,
      Amazing!! Love to hear these turned out so well in the air fryer, thanks for giving the recipe a try! xT

    2. What temp and time did you do in the air fryer? Was thinking of trying that but still getting used to my air fryer so don’t have a good gauge yet!

  7. 1 star
    This is the second time I’ve made one of your recipes and it has completely failed. I should have just thrown my $50 worth of groceries in the trash to save me some time. Your recipes that you so graciously give us peasants for “free” should at least be tested. We can’t all afford to blow money on inedible slop just for fun.

    1. Just curious, do you think there’s a decent substitute for the butter in the sauce? Not sure how evoo would hold up 🤔

    2. How in the world did you spend $50 on this recipe? Guess you have no flour, oil or basic spices in your house. That’s about 5 bucks worth of chicken shopping at Aldi.

  8. 4 stars
    These were so fab! Incredible taste. My reason for 4 stars is because mine didn’t turn out crispy at all really 🙁 so I basically just had baked chicken with the sauce. I’d definitely have it again though!!! Thanks for always sharing easy yummy recipes

    1. Hi Aleisha,
      I appreciate you giving these a try and sharing your feedback! So glad to hear they turned out well for you! You could always pop them under the broiler for a few minutes to get them extra crispy next time! xx

  9. 5 stars
    My kids loved this so much! I had to make another batch mid dinner!!! At first they wouldn’t let me toss it in the parm sauce… but I had them use it as a dip and they loved every bit of it.

    1. Bless your heart, did you think you were supposed to use wings and remove the bones? Boneless wings are made with chicken breasts.

    2. 5 stars
      Wow “Kendra”, I know tr@llin’ ain’t easy, but you are actually REALLY bad at it.

      This chicken was delicious though.

    3. What do you think boneless wings are made out of? You don’t really think someone pulls the meat off a wing do you?

    1. Hi Christine,
      Sure, I bet that would work well for you! Let me know how the wings turn out, I hope you love them! xT

  10. Can you go back to doing videos or at least the tik tok videos at least as it helps with each step visually. Sometimes what is done in the video is done differently or a step that was written down glossed over. I feel as though the videos highlight the process WAYYYY better.

    1. Thanks for sharing your feedback! I always do a video on Instagram for each recipe and then we add them here as often as we can! xx

    1. Hey Kathy,
      Totally, I haven’t tested this so I don’t know the exact time and temp but it should work well for you! I hope you love the recipe! xx

    2. 5 stars
      I air fried chicken tenderloins. Preheat the air fryer at 400F for 4 minutes.
      Once the air fryer has preheated, add the chicken to the basket. Make sure they don’t overlap.
      Cook the chicken tenderloins for 5 minutes, then flip and cook for another 3-6 minutes, checking their doneness after 4 minutes. They’re finished cooking when an instant-read meat thermometer inserted at the thickest point of the chicken registers an internal temperature of 165F. Smaller tenders will likely be finished cooking after a total of 8 minutes, while larger tenders will likely be finished cooking after a total of 11 minutes.
      I hope this helps!

      1. Thanks so much for sharing this, Ann!! Love to hear the recipe turned out well for you and I appreciate you making it! xT

  11. Why do you call them boneless wings when it is really boneless breasts or thighs used in your recipe? It does look so delicious.

    1. Hi Carol,
      I liked they way these turned out using the breasts and thighs:) I do call them “wings” in my intro. Let me know if you give them a try! xT

      1. What? They’re called wings in the title and throughout the entire recipe, not just the intro. They are not wings and it’s very misleading for someone looking for an actual wing recipe.

        1. Any restaurant item or recipe for “boneless” chicken wings uses cut-up chicken breasts, tenders, or thighs, like Tieghan does here, prepared in a method/flavor profile commonly used for wings. I see it as a play on words rather than misleading.

          1. Carol and Kendra have never been to a restaurant. Or a grocery store. Or a bar. Or to a “how to not be a jerk online” class. Which is weird because they seem to have a lot of time on their hands. 🙂