Buffalo Hot Wings Fries

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We are a sports loving family. All of our kids play sports and even my husband still plays. Me on the other hand, I love watching them play and I love family time while we watch our favorite teams.

Buffalo Hot Wings Fries

Can cooking be a sport? If so, food prep is my skill and Tyson® makes it so easy to create the perfect football foods while homegating.

Buffalo Hot Wings Fries | A great football appetizer

I look for the specially marked Tyson no antibiotics ever chicken products to feed my family. I grabbed a bag of hot wings buffalo style, crispy chicken strips, and boneless chicken WYNGZ in buffalo style.

Buffalo Hot Wings Fries | A great football appetizer

My son is a HUGE wings lover, so he’s always thrilled when wings are on the football menu. I love how easy they are to make – put some foil on your baking sheet and you’ve got quick wings and an easy clean-up.

Buffalo Hot Wings Fries | A great football appetizer

Let me share with you one of my favorite game day wings recipes. Buffalo Hot Wings Fries!!! It’s a huge crowd pleaser and super easy to put together. Here’s what you need:

  • Tyson® Any’tizers boneless chicken WYNGZ* in buffalo style
  • A bag of frozen French fries
  • Your favorite buffalo wing sauce
  • Crumbled blue cheese

Bake the bag of fries and the boneless wings as directed on the packaging. Once cooked, place the fries on the bottom of your serving tray. Take the boneless wings and cut them in half, then place them on top of the fries. Drizzle your favorite wing sauce over the fries and boneless wings. Finish with a sprinkling of crumbled blue cheese.

So easy! Who doesn’t want a bit of that?

Buffalo Hot Wings Fries | A great football appetizer

Here is how I easily set up my home-gating spread! I start with a roll of brown, craft paper. You can usually find it at your local dollar store. With a marker I add some quick and easy game plays to create a cute football tablecloth (super easy clean-up afterwards too).

Buffalo Hot Wings Fries | A great football appetizer

Then start placing your trays of food around your crafty football tablecloth.

Chicken Fingers Appetizer

With the chicken strips, I used some cute ramekins and filled them with our favorite dipping sauces.

Hot Wings Appetizer

For the hot wings, I added our favorite wings dipping sauce. You can serve whatever dips you love the taste of. Plus add your favorite vegetables, like celery and carrots.

Hot Wings Appetizer

I love to add some crumbled blue cheese to the top of our wing dip too.

buffalo hot wing fries

buffalo hot wing fries

The perfect game day recipe – BUFFALO HOT WINGS FRIES – super easy to make and they will become a favorite appetizer in your home.
Print Recipe
Prep Time:10 minutes
Cook Time:30 minutes


  • baking sheet
  • aluminum foil


  • 1 bag frozen French fries I used steak fries
  • 1 bag frozen boneless wings
  • buffalo sauce or favorite hot sauce
  • blue cheese crumble


  • Preheat your oven as directed on your frozen fries and boneless wings.
  • Place fries on wings on baking sheets covered with aluminum foil.
  • Bake fries and wings and directed on packaging.
  • After wings are finished baking, cut them in half.
  • On your serving tray, place the baked fries on the bottom.
  • Add the boneless wing halves on top of the fries.
  • Drizzle the buffalo sauce on top of the wings and fries.
  • Finish with a sprinkling of the blue cheese crumbles.


Serve hot!
Store leftovers in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 3 days.
They are best reheated in the oven at 350 degrees for 8 minutes or in your air fryer at 350 for 4 minutes.
Course: Appetizer, Main Course
Cuisine: American
Keyword: chicken
Servings: 6 servings
Cost: $10

So having a home-gating party couldn’t be easier! Great food, easy to make, and easy to clean-up!

You can find these great Tyson no antibiotics ever chicken products at your local Kroger or Kroger division stores, here in California I picked some up at Food 4 Less.


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