My sister has a recipe that she never wants to give out, even though everybody asks for it all of the time. She usually won’t give out her recipes because she says she likes people to come over and visit to eat her food, but she recently gave me this one and so of course, I’m going to share it with you, just don’t tell her. It’s her Buffalo Chicken Dip recipe. It’s an easy appetizer recipe that everybody always asks for once they’ve had it.
Buffalo Chicken Dip
- 1 pound of cooked chicken, shredded OR 1 large can of chicken, drained
- 8 ounces of cream cheese (I buy the whipped kind because it seems to melt faster)
- 1/2 cup of Frank's Hot Sauce
- Put all three ingredients into a crock pot on low an hour or two before you are going to serve it and stir occasionally until melted.
Prepare It Ready Even Faster: Last weekend, I put everything in the crock pot and one of the girls unplugged it. So I threw it all in a pot on the stove over low heat until it melted, and then transferred it to the crockpot to keep it warm. It worked perfectly!
You can also double or triple this Buffalo Chicken Dip recipe, which we always need to do and there’s never any left. Serve with celery, tortilla chips and/or potato chips.
I love buffalo chicken anything, and if you do too, try my Buffalo Chicken and Cheesy Potatoes Casserole.
I’m also a huge fan of appetizers and have lots of great recipes. Like my Cream Cheese Dip is made with ham and cheese in a sourdough bread bowl. It’s a yummy sourdough starter that will literally leave an empty plate once it’s gone!
Or these Jalapeno Poppers that are made with a twist…all of the ingredients are placed in a won ton wrapper and then fried. You can’t eat just one!
Another crowd favorite is this Italian Sausage and White Bean Dip.