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Grilled Chicken Legs

Hi All,

These gluten/dairy free grilled chicken legs were the last thing that I made on our Traeger! I love the flavor combination used on these, so good!!!

I used the hickory pellets for the Traeger grill and the highest setting to create a crisp skin!

Disclaimer: These portions are all just a guess. I don’t like to measure when it comes to creating in the kitchen. Please just let this be a guide for your own creation…

Grilled Chicken Legs

  • MIX in a bowl; 1 tbsp. garlic powder, 1 tbsp. chili powder, 2 tsp. smoked paprika, some cracked black pepper and 2 tbsp. sea salt.
  • SPRINKLE about 6 chicken legs with enough EVOO, coconut oil, or mayonnaise to cover.
  • SPRINKLE them with the seasoning to cover.
  • GRILL on the highest setting until no longer pink.

These grilled chicken legs are so simple to make and such a crowd pleaser! I made a ton for a family gathering and they went quick!! I also like using this rub on chicken thighs and bone in chicken breast.

Our son and I moved into an apartment and aren’t allowed to have a Traeger grill:( Maybe one day I will be able to bring her back. It will be hard to say goodbye to her, she’s been a part of the family for 2 years now and will be terribly missed.

I’m going to be switching gears with this blog for now. I will be posting mostly about our son and our adventures. When I have a chance to get back to my food passion then I will switch it back. If I knew more about what I was doing with WordPress then maybe I could create a separate area for our son and our adventures. 

Grateful Day – I am so extremely grateful to have such wonderful friends to have taken our son and I into their home during such a difficult time in our lives! They have helped us move, stored some of our things in their garage, given us rides when needed, and are emotionally there for us.

Do you have a good support system?

Thank you for listening!



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