Super Saucy Baked Chicken Wings

Super Saucy Baked Wings www.bellalimento.comThis post brought to you by Manwich. All opinions are 100% mine.

I’ve not met many people who don’t enjoy a good chicken wing (or drumette). The only thing I don’t enjoy about wings is the hot mess that inevitably comes with it. Honestly though my craving for those wonderful wings wins out every time and I just grab some (okay a lot) of extra napkins. 

Super Saucy Baked Wings

I’ve recently found a quick and easy way to make saucy wings. I used a can of Manwich. I went with original flavor but there are several other flavors to experiment with. I kept this one on the mild side to be family friendly. You can always turn up the heat with a few shakes of hot sauce or dashes of chili flakes or paste. Options you know we like them.  This recipe is super simple to pull together and since they’re BAKED you’re free to go ahead and do that load of laundry that’s been taunting you all day. Or is that just me?

Super Saucy Baked Wings

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Super Saucy Baked Chicken Wings


  • 1 pound chicken wings
  • salt/pepper
  • 15 ounces Manwich original sauce
  • 3 tablespoon dijon mustard
  • 1 tablespoon packed dark brown sugar
  • 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
  • 1 teaspoon hot sauce


  1. Prheat oven to 375 degrees.
  2. Season chicken wings with salt and pepper. Set aside.
  3. Into a large bowl add: Manwich sauce, mustard, sugar, Worcestershire and hot sauce. Mix to combine.
  4. Add chicken wings and toss to coat completely.
  5. Transfer wings to a rimmed baking sheet lined with a silicone mat. Bake for approximately 40-45 minutes.



  1. 1

    This looks so good and easy!

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    The saucier the better!

  3. 3

    Oh man I’m totally licking my lips for these baked chicken wings.

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    Elena /

    I want to try the Sloppy Joe Macaroni Skillet recipe

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    Tina W /

    The Sloppy Joe Cornbread Bake looks like a dish my mom used to make, I think I need to try that one!

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    Heather Hayes Panjon /

    I Want To Try The Baked Sloppy Joes Cup Recipe.

  7. 7

    So I would never have thought to try Manwich on wings!! (drumettes are my favorite!!) Those Sloppy Joe’s Turkey Tacos on their site looks good too!

  8. 8

    Can we just be neighbors? These look amazing and I would have never thought of using Manwich for anything other than sloppy joes. Genius!

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  10. 10

    I’ve been on a major wing kick late (even started a Pinterest board just for wings) – these look awesome!

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    Bobbi Jo /

    Looks so yummy!! I like the sweet and savory saucy meatballs too.

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    Barbara Jones /

    I would love to try the turkey stroganoff recipe! It looks so good!

  13. 13

    Love me some chicken wings!

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    Mary Happymommy /

    The saucy meatloaf sounds good.

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    stephanie /

    i wanna try the baked chicken wings

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    Kelly D /

    I would like to try their No Alarm Chili recipe.

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    Alisha Hodges /

    The Sloppy Joe Cornbread bake looks great, and I’d like to try it. My husband’s favorite food is sloppy joes. I’ve never tasted any as good as Manwich brand. It’s even better than all of the homemade kinds I’ve tried.

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    Paula I’m simply MAD for these wings! I saw the photo on Pinterest today and pinned immediately. They sound beyond delicious and your photos are high fashion! So great.

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    Jessica To /

    I want to try the Sloppy Joe Dip.

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    David /

    My favorite is the recipe for the chuckwagon beef and bean skillet, but they have a meatloaf recipe that looks like a must-try.

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    Jessie C. /

    I would like to try Sloppy Joe Slider Pull Aparts recipe.

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    Claudia /

    I would love to make the Sweet and Savory Saucy Meatballs

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    Claudia /

    Email subscriber with email
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    Lisa /

    The meatball hoagies sound great!

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    latanya /

    the meatball hoagie

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    Christy Broxton /

    The turkey sloppy joes look good, and turkey is always a good ‘go-to’ for less red meat. I’d definitely give those a shot. 🙂

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    Sarah Hall /

    I would like to try the Savory Chicken & Pasta Skillet.

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    Amanda Sakovitz /

    id love to try the Meatball Hoagies!

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    Tara /

    I want to try the meatball hoagies!

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    Thomas Murphy /

    I want to try the Beefy-Bean Sloppy Joes

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    Carla S /

    I want to make the supersize sloppy joe dip.

  33. 35

    Yum! This sounds excellent!

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    wild orchid /

    I would love to try the Sloppy Joe dip recipe.

    Entered the rafflecopter as “Wild orchid”

    Thanks for the chance to win!
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    Susan Christy /

    I want that Saucy Meatloaf!!!!!

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    Tabathia B /

    I like the Savory Chicken and Pasta Skillet

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    Lisa Brown /

    i would like to try the Tangy Sweet Pork Chops

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    @frugaliscious /

    would love to try the Saucy Chicken Wings (im a huge wings person so anything wings gets my attentions) haha

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    Dani /

    I’d like to try the Saucy Chicken Wings.

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    Ellie W /

    I’d like to try the Sloppy Joe Dip

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    Amy Orvin /

    I want to try the saucy meatloaf

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    Barbara Montag /

    I’d love to make the Sloppy Joe Biscuit Casserole – thank you.

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    Barbara Montag /

    Follow bellalimento on Pinterest jalapenomama
    And I pinned this post

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    Dawn Monroe /

    Id like to make the meatball hoagie, stress free picadilli and the sloppy joe under corn bread.

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    meredith /

    the one that sounds the best is the turkey stroganoff recipe!

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    Rea Liz /

    I would like to try the Meatball hoagie!

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    Janice Cooper /

    I would like to try the Sloppy Joe’s Turkey Tacos

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    pat /

    The fam would like the baked sloppy joe cups

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    Annette /

    I want to make the Meatball Hoagie. I’ve just recently discovered meatball subs and am addicted. This would be a good alternative.

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