Hot Honey Chicken

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Your new favorite chicken recipe is here! Hot honey chicken is a mouth watering chicken you can make any night of the week. BBQ, bake, pan fry, or air fry this hot honey chicken to perfection! This is in cookbook 3, Easy Macro Meals, and has been a big hit!

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What should I serve this with?

Great questions! This pairs really well with some corn mixed in, or over a bed of vegetables, potatoes, or rice. Get creative!

Can I sub in chicken breast instead of thighs?

Yes, of course! The macros will change slightly, but only less about 2 grams of fat per serving. If you’re not trying to bank some extra fats for later, I highly suggest sticking with the thighs. They have so much great flavor and the fat will BBQ right off.

Do I have to use a meat thermometer?

The best way to insure your chicken is cooked safely, no matter which cooking method you use, is to use a meat thermometer. It will also prevent you from making dry, over cooked chicken. Thermometers are simple to use (I promise!) and very affordable. I like and have all of these:

Meat Thermometer Pictured on Amazon

I have this $20 Wireless one from Walmart

The new MEATER Plus is wireless and syncs with your phone. We recently got this one.

As always, I hope you enjoy this recipe when you make it in your own home. Tag me on Instagram if you’re into that! I absolutely love seeing you guys making my recipes and sharing, it means a lot. Thank you!

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  1. Nevermind, for some reason the top section hadn’t loaded so I see those recommendations in there now 🤣 If you have anything specific to add I’d love to hear it though! Thank you!

    1. Oh great! I was going to say I remember adding ideas above because I predicted I’d have people wondering. Enjoy, this is a good one.

  2. So would you just recommend serving this with some rice and veggies? Or what would be a good option to have with it? Thanks!