Garlic Parm Chicken Drumsticks

I’ve got a super simple and delicious recipe for you today! Garlic Parm Chicken Drumsticks are easy to make, easy on the budget, and a crowd-pleaser for sure!

Do you cook with your kids? I used to not like the help, and with the younger ones, it’s still really stressful for me. But now that my son is nearly 10, he is such a great help in the kitchen. I love teaching him all my hacks and general kitchen rules. Its such an important life skill to have, and I want to show him it can be fun and easy. He has been loving it lately. When he helped make this recipe with me, he couldn’t believe how simple it was. “That’s all we need, and it’s going to be good?” he asked, and later found out it was good! “That chicken wasn’t very expensive, this is a cheap  meal!”  He’s catching on to my ways of creating delicious simple meals that don’t cost a ton of money!

My son helped me develop this recipe and helped make it too. He’s gotten into cooking and baking (he will quit   Fortnite to be in the kitchen with me!) He asked if this recipe was good enough to share on here, and I think it is! He’s very excited for you all to try it and so am I.


Garlic Parm Chicken Drumsticks
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  • 1 kg chicken drum sticks
  • 1/2 cup Parmesan cheese
  • 1 tsp dried parsley
  • 1 tsp garlic powder
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • black pepper to taste


  1. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees.
  2. Pat the chicken dry with a paper towel.
  3. Combine all the ingredients in a small bowl and combine well.
  4. Place the chicken pieces in a large baking dish, and sprinkle the mixture over them.
  5. Bake for 45-50 minutes depending on the size of the chicken drumsticks.
  6. Ovens vary, as do the size of chicken legs, so please make sure your chicken is thoroughly cooked through before consuming.



1370 cal


60 g


8 g


187 g
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If you are nervous about letting your kids help in the kitchen, check out my post here for some tips on how to get them in there and helping out!

Next up maybe I’ll teach him a bit more about blogging, like when you want to share a recipe how you should take a picture of the finished meal! Oops! Sorry guys, we were so hungry I forgot to snap a picture once they were all golden and crispy!

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