Keto Baked Crispy Wings and Dings

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  • prep time

    prep time

    15 min

  • cook time

    cook time

    40 min

  • ready time

    ready time

    55 min

Keto Baked Crispy Wings and Dings

17 ratings

Since when did “wings and dings” become a term, and what happened to good ol’ chicken wings? Fear not, it’s all one and the same. We’re not talking about the Microsoft Word font, Wingdings, either! This recipe is incredibly low on carbs. There’s no breading in sight but you still get a crispy bite every time, thanks to the perfect combo of spicy brown mustard and flavorful seasonings. Pick your favorite keto-dip, and you have a great meal ahead of you!

- Jessica L

  • Net Carbs

    2.5 g

  • Fiber

    1.2 g

  • Total Carbs

    3.7 g

  • Protein

    16.2 g

  • Fats

    16.5 g

245 cals

Keto Baked Crispy Wings and Dings

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  • Chicken Wings With Skin

    Chicken Wings With Skin

    16 oz, with bone, raw

  • Butter


    1 tablespoon

  • Spicy Brown Mustard by Heinz

    Spicy Brown Mustard by Heinz

    3 tablespoon

  • Salt


    ½ teaspoon

  • Black Pepper

    Black Pepper

    ½ tsp

  • Spices Garlic Powder

    Spices Garlic Powder

    ½ tsp

  • Spices Onion Powder

    Spices Onion Powder

    2 tsp

  • Smoked Paprica by Spice Islands

    Smoked Paprica by Spice Islands

    ¼ tsp

  • Spices, Mustard Seed, Ground

    3 tbsp

  • Green Onion Tops

    Green Onion Tops

    1 tbsp

Recipe Steps

steps 5

55 min

  • Step 1

    Preheat and oven to 400 degrees. Prepare your chicken wings but cutting them in half with a utility knife into the wings and dings. You can leave the wings whole if you prefer, but they will get the best crispy exterior if you separate them.
    Step 1
  • Step 2

    Grab two clean, shallow bowls. In one, melt the butter in a microwave for about 20 seconds - just enough time so the butter is mostly melted. Whisk the brown mustard into the butter and set aside.
    Step 2
  • Step 3

    In the second bowl, combine all the seasonings except for the green onion. Set this next to your bowl of mustard.
    Step 3
  • Step 4

    Line a sheet pan with foil to catch any drippings during cooking. Spray a baking rack and place it over the sheet tray. To coat the chicken wings, roll each piece in the dry seasoning. Then, use your clean fingers or a spoon to generously coat eat wing in the mustard mixture. Set each piece evenly apart from each other on the baking rack.
    Step 4
  • Step 5

    Bake the wings for 40-45 minutes until they have a crispy outside and are piping hot all the way through. For garnishing, chop the green onion and sprinkle over the top of the wings. Enjoy!
    Step 5

Comments 24

  • BlithesomeArugula862340

    BlithesomeArugula862340 a month ago

    Jeez people and their comments, try troubleshooting !!! haha. Wings are good! Throw some siracha in with mustard. Banging

    • RemarkableKale510318

      RemarkableKale510318 a year ago

      I cannot find where this recipe should have carbs at all. Please tell me where the carbs are.

      • Qwkvet

        Qwkvet a year ago

        This recipe makes no sense. to make 2 servings, each person is going to get one and a half chicken wings??? 3 Tablespoons of wet and 3 tablespoons of dry to coat 3 chicken wings?? NO WAY !

        • Adebayo

          Adebayo 2 years ago

          What does “yield after cooking, bone removed” mean? Does it mean I have to remove the bone after cooking before measuring the chicken wings?

          • Wordsmithist

            Wordsmithist 2 years ago

            It's an estimation of what the food cooked with turn, nutritionally speaking. You certainly wouldn't want to debone wings because they're the best part!

        • Shockerwoman

          Shockerwoman 3 years ago

          I used chicken breast for one piece & 2 chicken thighs for the other two. Breast was bah... cooked 25 min. Very juicy but... won’t do breast again. Still waiting on the thighs .....

          • Grannybm

            Grannybm 3 years ago


            • RousingAvocado140377

              RousingAvocado140377 3 years ago

              Can you do these in a air fryer and for how long?

              • MsDachshund

                MsDachshund 2 years ago

                About 18 minutes on 390F

            • Doree

              Doree 4 years ago

              What is the serving size?

              • recipewriter

                recipewriter 4 years ago

                1 serving is 3 pieces. Serving sizes are listed at the top of every recipe.

            • Hannahcarp

              Hannahcarp 5 years ago


              • MaryannE

                MaryannE 5 years ago

                Very very good!

                • Diane

                  Diane 5 years ago

                  Is 3 pieces 3 whole wings?

                  • recipewriter

                    recipewriter 5 years ago

                    Hi there, No, a piece would be either a "wing" or "ding". These chicken wings are broken down into their 2 parts before cooking. Hope this helps!

                • Gina G

                  Gina G 5 years ago

                  Is boneless chicken breasts an option?

                  • recipewriter

                    recipewriter 5 years ago

                    Hi there, You could substitute in chicken breast! Your end result may have a different texture if your chicken is skinless, but nutritionally you shouldn't affect much. Happy eating!

                • Jul4812

                  Jul4812 5 years ago

                  What sauce can I use instead of mustard?

                  • recipewriter

                    recipewriter 5 years ago

                    Hi there, Ranch may work as a substitute. The mustard is an important role in making a crispy outside and is a key flavor component, so your results might be quite different if you replace the mustard. Hope this helps!

                • CrowP52

                  CrowP52 5 years ago

                  So I'm not a fan of green onion. If I leave this off, any idea what the carbs will be?

                  • recipewriter

                    recipewriter 5 years ago

                    Removing the green onion will not eliminate any carbs, as the amount in the ingredient list is too small to affect the nutrition. Hope this helps!

                • Alexlove31

                  Alexlove31 5 years ago

                  Where are the carbs coming from?

                  • recipewriter

                    recipewriter 5 years ago

                    Hi there, The carbs come from the onion and seasonings. Although minimal, dried seasonings do add carbs. Hope this helps!

                  • DB1986

                    DB1986 5 years ago

                    The spring onion