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CORTNEY-LEE SparkPoints: (54,658)
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7/30/13 11:46 P

naked tenders with a side of buffalo sauce -- yummm!

CAREN_BLUEJEANS Posts: 1,601
7/30/13 8:18 P

Thank you!. Now, do they have skinny margaritas? Or something like that?

MEGAPEEJ Posts: 732
7/30/13 6:42 P

I stick with the wings with mild/med/hot sauce (depending how hot you like it). Wings are about 70 calories a piece, and the sauce only adds another 10 calories for the entire serving of wings. Just beware of the things we don't normally think about, like ranch or blue cheese!

Calorie counts are posted on the in house menu, so you can talk yourself out of a lot of appetizers when you see those quadruple digit numbers!

THECLASSICKAT SparkPoints: (10,684)
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7/30/13 5:40 P

I would always get them naked and without sauces then just get the sauce on the side figure out the nutrition value then take teaspon portions at a time of any condiments or sauces 3 Teaspoons = 1 table spoon.You'd be surprised how little of sauces you will use

LGREGG07 SparkPoints: (26,147)
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7/30/13 4:49 P

http://www.nutrition-charts.com/buffalo-wi
ld-wings-nutrition-information/

this might help. if it were me, id get the naked tenders. either 3 (130 cal) or 6 (260 cal) depending on what your calorie range is and what you are drinking. just be careful of sauces and dips.

CAREN_BLUEJEANS Posts: 1,601
7/30/13 4:17 P

I am going to Buffalo Wild Wings Thursday night for dinner with a bunch of my college friends. I plan on 2 drinks and a nibble. What would you suggest I order?

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