Fall-Off-The-Bone SWEET HEAT Chicken wings

Sooo yesterdays cooler weather had me thinking about football, and thinking about football gave me those game day cravings. One in particular..HOT WINGS!! 

Then, I glanced over and saw my INSTANT POT sitting on the counter-top and got this GREAT idea! Hot wings in my Instat Pot!! Normally hot wings from frozen take FOREVER to cook, and typically make quite a mess to cleanup. NOT these bad boys! These wings were completely done from start to finish in about 20-minutes (10-minute cook time).

Let’s move past the fact that these were a breeze, and focus on how AMAZING these tasted! These were seriously the best chicken wings I have ever had! You could literally pop them in your mouth and pull out a CLEAN bone! 

To top it all off I used my famous SWEET HEAT (recipe below) wing sauce to give it that perfect touch of both BBQ & Buffalo. 

Now I am officially READY for football season (GO LIONS) and it’s safe to say, I will NEVER be cooking my wings another way.

So what are you waiting for?! JUST COOK IT ALREADY!!

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Instant Pot SWEET HEAT wings



  • 4lbs. of mixed variation chicken wings (frozen or thawed)
  • 1 Tbsp butter (melted)
  • 1 Tbsp soy sauce
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 1 tsp pepper
  • 2 cups favorite BBQ sauce ( I ONLY use  SWEET BABY RAY'S)
  • 1 cup favorite buffalo sauce (Again, I will ONLY use FRANK'S Red Hot Buffalo wing sauce)
  • Ranch for dipping (optional)



  1. Add 1/2 cup water, chicken wings, salt & pepper to bottom of your pressure pot. 
  2. Close & seal lid. Cook on manual HIGH-pressure for 10-minutes. Allow for a 5-minute Natural Pressure Release and Quick Release any remaining pressure.
  3. While wings are cooking, whisk together soy sauce, butter, BBQ, & Buffalo sauce in a separate mixing bowl. 
  4. Open lid and remove wings. Fully coat in sauce. Place on baking sheet and BROIL in the oven for a few minutes until they have reached your desired look. ( I do about 3-minutes) Serve with ranch, crunchy celery, and ENJOY!!

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  • For how many people are your Instant Pot recipes intended?

  • For how many people are your Instant Pot recipes intended?

  • It’s verry easy for me

  • -Debbie,

    Yes, you can certainly use drumsticks! The cooking time will remain the same.


    That’s what IP recommends, but you don’t always have to if your contents will generate liquid. As in this case, the wings will provide enough juices and you’ll actually end up with more liquid than you started with. No, you won’t get a burn message either! 😀

    Jennifer Lynn

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