Cheesy, creamy Buffalo Chicken Dip is the perfect game day snack. This easy recipe is a family classic, and you’ll find yourself wishing you doubled the recipe!
Why this Recipe is Best
Many of us have been eating this Buffalo Chicken Dip at parties for years. But have you tried making it yourself yet?
True confession, it also make a great dinner. It’s got all the necessary ingredients, shredded chicken, cheese…and serve it up with some bread and carrots, well, you’ve got a meal in my book!
This cheesy Buffalo Chicken Casserole is a hearty, flavorful meal.
When it comes to dips and snacks, having something that you know your friends and family will devour is important. I mean, unless you want to be stuck with leftovers (well, actually that’s not always a bad thing).
Today’s recipe for Buffalo Chicken Dip is perfect. And addicting.
It’s also always gone in minutes. Before it even has a chance to cool down. You’re literally burning your mouth while you eat it, haha!
Step by Step Instructions
First, you need cooked chicken. I usually cook up some shredded chicken in my slow cooker. Place 1 pound in the crockpot and cook on high for 4 hours, or low for 6 hours. No liquids needed, just salt and pepper.
When the chicken is done, you can shred it with two forks. Or, for perfect shredded chicken, use your mixer for about 15 seconds and it will shred up nicely.
You can also use precooked chicken, like a rotisserie chicken. Shred and put in a bowl.
Add your softened cream cheese, sour cream, buffalo sauce (Frank’s Red Hot Buffalo sauce is my favorite), and one cup of shredded cheddar cheese. Mix all of that together.
Place in a small, oven safe dish (about 1.5qt size). Sprinkle a little extra cheddar over the top (because, duh, more cheese!!!!).
Bake your Buffalo Chicken Dip in a 350 degree F oven for about 15-20 minutes, uncovered, until the cheese is golden, and mixture is bubbly! Once it’s done, drizzle a little blue cheese dressing over the top (or Ranch if you prefer).
I love serving a few different “scoopers.” Our favorites include Frito Scoops, celery and carrot sticks, and thinly slice toasted baguettes.
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Buffalo chicken dip is best within 3 days. Store tightly covered in refrigerator.
Yes. Cook dip in a freezer friendly dish (a disposable foil pan works great). After cooking, cool completely. Cover entire dish in foil and freeze for up to 3 months. Thaw in refrigerator overnight, reheat in oven.
You can eat buffalo chicken dip as a meal, with celery and carrot sticks. Serve with a wedges salad and enjoy. Or serve as a snack with fritos or tortilla chips.
More Game Day Snacks
- 7 Layer Dip
- Italian Beef
- Tequila Chicken Tacos
- Rotel Dip
- Pico de Gallo
- Hummus Recipe
- Cauliflower Wings
- Grape Jelly Meatballs
- Pimento Cheese Dip
Cheesy creamy Buffalo Chicken Dip is the perfect game day snack. This easy recipe is a family classic, and you’ll find yourself wishing you doubled the recipe!