Depending on when you check out their menu, you may see anywhere from 10 to 16 Wingstop flavors.
The restaurant has its signature flavors, mild, Cajun, original hot, which never go off the menu.
However, other flavors, such as pure mayhem and ancho honey glaze, only come out for a limited time.
The good news is that even when flavors drop off the menu, there’s always something for everyone.
Mild and plain, hot and spicy, herby, or a little sweet, there’s a Wingstop flavor for everyone.
Today, I’ll cover 12 Wingstop flavors that have been my favorites through the years.
Best Wingstop Flavors
Of course, picking the “best” Wingstop flavors is a subjective (and challenging) process.
When everything tastes so good, it’s tough to pick a favorite.
Plus, what’s best for me may not be your top pick.
Still, these 12 flavors are so incredible that I can’t imagine you wouldn’t love at least a few of them.
Keep reading to see if your favorite made the list. And if you don’t know what to order, give any of them a try.
1. Garlic Parmesan
I can’t say for sure that garlic parmesan wings are universally loved. However, I am pretty confident they are.
Garlic and parmesan are two flavors that, when combined, make everything taste better.
And that definitely includes these juicy wings.
Unlike some other flavors here, Wingstop’s garlic parmesan is a rub, not a sauce.
It’s cheesy, herby, and fantastically garlicky. If garlic is your thing, you’re sure to love it.
Do you prefer sweet and tangy to cheesy and savory?
If so, Hawaiian wings may be more your style. They feature plenty of bright, citrusy flavors but aren’t overly sweet.
They have a fruity, slightly Asian flavor that’s impossible not to love.
Give them a try if orange chicken is your ideal Chinese takeout item. Their flavor profiles are very similar.
3. Lemon Pepper
Lemon pepper is another classic combination that always tastes great on chicken.
Like the garlic parmesan wings, these are coated in a dry rub instead of a sauce.
They have loads of flavor and none of the mess.
The citrusy notes from the lemon are mild, while the peppery kick takes center stage.
They don’t have a lot of heat, though.
Wingstop rates them 1 flame on their 1- to 5-flame scale, so they’re a good option if you don’t enjoy spicy food.
4. Louisiana Rub
Are you looking for something a bit hotter on the spectrum?
Try the 3-flame Louisiana dry rub wings. These flavorful morsels are Cajun food at its finest.
The rub contains an incredible blend of seasonings, including:
- Cayenne pepper
- Garlic powder
- Onion powder
It’s ridiculously good and will have you dreaming of jambalaya, jazz music, and voodoo queens.
5. Hickory Smoked BBQ
Sometimes, it’s hard to beat the classic sweet and smoky barbecue flavor.
It’s the #1 go-to for those who love backyard barbecues in the summer sun.
It’s rich, distinctly hickory, and downright addictive. The wings are messier than others on the list, but most people don’t mind.
After all, licking your saucy fingers is part of the fun.
6. Original Hot
Wingstop’s original hot wings are an oldie but a goodie. They were, as the name implies, the original Wingstop wings.
They’re the ones that made the restaurant such a whopping success in the first place.
The sauce is fiery red and pretty spicy.
They aren’t the hottest wings Wingstop carries, but they’ll give your lips a little tingle.
Wingstop rates them a 3 on their scale. Either way, they’re a great choice for an authentic Wingstop experience.
Wingstop’s mild wings are a toned-down version of their original hot wings.
The flavor is similar to what you’d get with the original hot. They’re not nearly as spicy, though.
In fact, these have no burn whatsoever. (They’re a 2 on the flame scale.)
These are the wings for people who love flavor but not heat.
8. Spicy Korean Q
Here are some more 3-flame wings for those a bit more adventurous regarding spicy food.
They also have a tangy sweetness to them.
They taste like authentic Korean BBQ with Sriracha, garlic, ginger, and more.
They’re an excellent choice for combining country grub with Asian fare.
I know what you’re thinking. We’ve already covered “Cajun” wings with the Louisiana rub, right?
True, but these are slightly different.
Simply put, they’re hotter.
They have a similar NOLA flavor to the Louisiana rub wings.
However, Wingstop also mixes in a bit of their original hot sauce.
Of all the truly hot flavors Wingstop has, this one is my favorite.
It’s by far the most flavorful, but it’ll also set your mouth on fire.
Wingstop gives it 4 out of 5 flames, but I think it’s closer to 4.5. These are pretty spicy and not for the faint of heart.
10. Mango Habanero
Mango habanero is another flavor with 4 flames worth of heat.
Instead of herby, spicy Cajun flavors, though, you get a sweet fruitiness.
These wings are flavorful, intense, and a tiny bit tropical.
They’re also super saucy and sure to mess up more than a few napkins. Who am I kidding? I love them anyway!
11. Ancho Honey Glaze
This sauce is the very definition of “sweet heat.”
It combines the rich sweetness of honey and the smoky heat of ancho peppers.
It has a distinctly South of the Border flavor profile that Mexican food lovers will enjoy.
It also flawlessly blends smoky, spicy, and sweet for an unbeatable taste.
Unfortunately, this one doesn’t appear on Wingstop’s menu anymore.
That doesn’t stop it from being one of the all-time best Wingstop flavors.
And who knows? They may bring it back again soon. *Fingers crossed*
And, of course, this list wouldn’t be complete without Wingstop’s famous atomic wings.
These are the hottest of the hot – the “set your mouth on fire” wings.
It’s hard to describe the flavor because the heat is so intense. To be honest, I’m not even sure they have a flavor.
The hellfire in your mouth is what most people are after with these wings.
All jokes aside, they taste pretty good. They’re spicy and are similar to the original hot wings, only far more intense. D
on’t order these lightly. And have lots of milk handy when you do.
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