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    Default Buffalo Chicken Dip (CrockPot)

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    Description: Great dip for parties!

    Time: 3.5 hours

    Difficulty: Easy

    Ingredients:
    • 2-3 boneless, skinless
    • chicken breasts
    • 1/2 cup Buffalo wing
    • sauce
    • 1/2 cup Ranch dressing
    • 8 oz cream cheese
    • 8 oz shredded cheddar
    • cheese
    Steps:
    • Add chicken, wing sauce, and ranch to the crockpot.
    • Cook for about 2 hours on high or until chicken looks firm.
    • Shred chicken.
    • Add cream cheese and stir, cook another hour or so until
    • melted.
    • Add cheddar and stir again, cook until all cheese is melted.
    • Serve with tortilla chips or crackers.

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    Default Re: Buffalo Chicken Dip (CrockPot)

    Don't know what happened with my ingredient list!

    The original recipe called for cooking the chicken alone ahead of time but I find it to be much more flavorful this way. I also know someone with a similar recipe who cooks her chicken in the microwave to hurry it along.

    She also uses blue cheese dressing instead of ranch, so whichever you prefer!!

    Can use less wing sauce if it is too spicy, it also depends on which brand you use. I use Budweiser wing sauce when we want it really mild for guests, and Frank's or Texas Pete to be a bit hotter.

    I always use light ranch and the 1/3 less fat cream cheese, and often 2% cheddar and it tastes just as good but a smidge better for you.

    I usually cook on high until the chicken is done and then switch to low for the remainder, but the whole thing can be done on high or low.

    We eat this for dinner occasionally with something on the side, it's that good. The kids love it!

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    Default Re: Buffalo Chicken Dip (CrockPot)

    I may fix this for dinner tonight. So not what I should probably be eating, but it's probably ok every once in a while.

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    Default Re: Buffalo Chicken Dip (CrockPot)

    Do it!! I've thought about putting it on some sort of bun and making a sandwich but I've never tried it. If doing that I'd use 3 breasts to thicken it up a bit. With 2 it is really creamy, with 3 it is definitely chunkier.

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    Default Re: Buffalo Chicken Dip (CrockPot)

    Wow Nicole! I posted a Buffalo Chicken soup recipe today and didn't realize how close our recipes are - I am sure this is yummy! I like the idea of putting it on a bun! I must try!

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    Default Re: Buffalo Chicken Dip (CrockPot)

    I saw that soup and thought the same thing! Sounds delicious. Need to try Kere's buffalo chicken lasagna too. Anything with buffalo sauce HAS to be good!

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    Default Re: Buffalo Chicken Dip (CrockPot)

    Yep, that's my theory anyway

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    Default Re: Buffalo Chicken Dip (CrockPot)

    Does this have to stay warm? Or after it's done, can you put it in a bowl and take it? You know how some cream cheese dips can tend to get too "gunky" after getting cooler? Just wondering for SuperBowl....

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    Default Re: Buffalo Chicken Dip (CrockPot)

    I always keep it in the crock pot for parties so it stays warm. I do usually end up turning it off and on a few times(my small one doesn't have a Warm setting) so it doesn't burn around the edges. I've never tried it any other way so I have no idea!

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    Default Re: Buffalo Chicken Dip (CrockPot)

    This is very good! I also have added a couple cans of pinto beans (drained) for the last 30 mins of cooking, good that way too!


 

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