Keto BBQ Chicken Leg Bake

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If you’ve had a long day and don’t want to do a whole lot of prepping and mixing, but want a savory meal to eat, then give this BBQ chicken leg bake a try.

This recipe is kind of the cheaters way of cooking because we are using store bought sauces to make one delicious sauce.

Mix G Hughes Sugar Free Honey and Hickory BBQ sauces with AlternaSweets Spicy Ketchup together to create a delicious blend. If you don’t want it as sweet, you can use the G Hughes Original BBQ sauce instead of the honey flavor. But don’t skip the Spicy Ketchup and try to use plain….it’s the spice that really makes this sauce. You can even add more to spice it up!  Make it your own!

Pour this blended sauce over some chicken legs, add some foil over the top, and place the pan in the oven.

Within no time, you have a delicious savory meal!

BBQ Chicken Leg Bake

A delicious and easy to throw together dish!
Servings 7


  • 1/2 Cup G Hughes Sugar Free Honey BBQ Sauce
  • 1/2 Cup G Hughes Sugar Free Hickory BBQ Sauce
  • 1/4 Cup AlternaSweets Spicy Ketchup
  • 1/2 Cup Water
  • 8 Each Chicken Legs (Skinned)


  • Preheat oven to 375 degree.
  • Mix together BBQ sauces, Spicy Ketchup, and water.
  • Pull the skins off the chicken legs and alternate them in a 7x11 pan.
  • Pour mixed sauce over legs and cover with tin foil.
  • Bake for 45 minutes to an hour or until the meat starts pulling away from bone.


Per Serving: 4g Net Carbs | 7g Fat | 32g Protein | 219 Calories
Nutrition facts disclaimer: You know we have to make sure YOU know what’s going on. First of all, we provide this information as a courtesy and we source it from various resources. Net carb calculations do not include fiber or sugar alcohols, as these do not affect your overall blood sugar which is what keeps  you in or out of ketosis. Do keep in mind, we don’t have access to the nutrition labels of the items you’re using. You can do your own calculations for final tracking purposes, but you can use ours as a ballpark to figure out where your meal fits

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