Monday, February 3, 2014

Crock Pot Buffalo Chicken Dip

I apologize for my horrible picture, I forgot to snap a picture before we left home, so I took one with my phone while driving down the highway on the way to our Super Bowl party! (Clarification-my husband was driving, I was riding :) )

I found this recipe for Buffalo Chicken Dip in the Rachael Ray magazine that you can see here, but I made a few changes to mine when I made it this past weekend.  Here's what I did:

-1 package softened cream cheese (8oz)
-1/2 Cup Blue Cheese salad dressing
-3/4 Cup Franks Original Hot Sauce
-3oz Blue Cheese crumbles
-1lb chicken breasts
-Chicken Broth

I started by baking my chicken breasts in a little bit of chicken broth for about 30 minutes at 350°F.  Then while the chicken was still hot/warm, I shredded it in my stand mixer.

To make the dip, soften the cream cheese then whisk it until smooth.  Add in the salad dressing, hot sauce, and crumbles.  Then stir in the shredded chicken.

I put mine in my mini crock pot and set on low for 3-4 hours, and just left it on low for the duration of our party.  You could always crank it up to high for a couple hours to get it heated through then back it down to low once you start eating on it.

Serve with cut up peppers, celery, pretzel chips, and tortilla chips.  Enjoy!  

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  1. Oh this sound fabulous. Thanks tons for linking to Inspire Me. Hugs, Marty

  2. Thank you for posting this! I've tried to adjust my recipe for the crockpot, but it hasn't worked so far. I will try this for sure-thanks for sharing at Fridays Unfolded!


  3. Thanks for linking up to Good Tips Tuesday! I LOVE buffalo anything! And crockpot anything. And appetizer anything. So, well, this is calling my name! :)

  4. This looks so delicious. I love appetizers, buffalo sauce and crockpots! PERFECTION. Thanks for linking up to Good Tips Tuesday!

  5. This looks yummy! Even if you did have to take it with a phone...I've had to make do several times myself! Thank you for sharing on Twirl and Take a Bow! Hope to see you again on Tuesday! ~Tammy