DIY Best Ever Chicken Rub

This DIY Best Ever Chicken Rub is the perfect gift to throw together for the griller in your family! Make a small or large batch, place the mix in a cute jar, and add it to a basket with BBQ tools for an awesome holiday gift this season! 

DIY Best Ever Chicken Rub

DIY Gift Week Day 2!

Yesterday I shared the Espresso Candied Pecans, and today is the Best Ever Grilled Chicken rub from my cookbook! It is a staple. In fact, it’s the only grilled chicken I make! It’s flavorful and delicious. You can easily make a big batch and send it along with some grilling gear to the grill master in the family. I know I’d like that gift! 

DIY Best Ever Chicken Rub

Throw together a little basket with the spice mix, these grilling tools, and maybe even a gift card to the local market or his/her favorite butcher! 

What You’ll Need:

Mini Jars (any will do- adjust sizes based on quantity you are giving)

Printable Labels (these have all the info filled in for your grilling gift)

BBQ Tools (these would make a great gift!)

Ribbon

Card Stock (White) Card Stock (Brown)


DIY Best Ever Chicken Rub

Best Ever Grilled Chicken Rub

Preparation 5 min 2017-03-30T00:05:00+00:00 Cook Time 2017-03-30T00:00:00+00:00
DIY Best Ever Chicken Rub

Ingredients

Instructions

  • Place all spices into your jar.
  • Recipe Notes

    1. 2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil
    2. 2 cloves garlic, minced
    3. About ¼ cup wet rub [enough for 1 to 1½ pounds boneless chicken

     


     

    DIY Best Ever Chicken RubDownload your printable spice rub labels HERE.

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