Crock pot buffalo chicken dip. An amazing addition to your game day, tailgate or family potluck and party events! Frank’s buffalo hot sauce is the star of this recipe with some fantastically rich team players. I’ve updated this Gluten free, low carb recipe to be made in your instant pot if you prefer:)
My daughter, Kayti has a friend that makes this dip in her oven. At parties, the story goes, this dip was always a big rave. Hmmm. I was a bit skeptical of hot sauce in a chicken chip dip.
My first attempt, I didn’t have the right ingredients so I decided to use Sriracha hot sauce (hot sauce is hot sauce…right? WRONG, so wrong. DON’T EVER Use Sriracha for this dip! Bad, BAD choice! We all about gagged from the way too salty taste. I had to throw out the whole batch. Unhappy me.
You are going to want to stick to the recipe. Frank’s buffalo hot sauce is NECESSARY. Thus the title to this post 🙂 Three of our party had never eaten this dip or Frank’s Buffalo Hot sauce before. We are all converts to the unique flavor of this sauce!
It’s a party ‘must have’! What a great buffalo chicken dip. NOT hot or overly spicy. Just a nice, rich, filling, perfectly flavored dip. With chicken!
This dip goes great with tortilla chips and makes tasty nachos. Crock pot buffalo chicken dip also makes a good burrito sauce. Lately I have been using this dip as a sandwich spread too. It firms up when stored in the fridge and is a flavorful base for cheese, crackers, pickles or lunch meat sandwiches! My other chicken spread recipe is also delish but not a buffalo flavor. That one goes more the way of mediterranean.
Even my grandkids love this dip. Frank’s Buffalo Chicken Dip is Definitely an all around crowd pleaser! If you’re into hearty meaty, cheesy dips you might also take a look at our Quick and Easy Queso Dip. For healthier spicy party food try our Spicy Hummus or Spicy Tomatillo Chip Dip
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Crock Pot Buffalo Chicken Dip Recipe:
Don’t like it too salty? Be sure to choose low sodium canned chicken.
Make Buffalo Chicken Dip easily in a crock pot or use your instant pot on the slow cooker function. Set it to high. Mix it once in awhile and let it sit on the warm setting on the counter.
I Love the instant pot glass lid for the saute and slow cooker function. I use it nearly everyday for my instant pot leftovers too. So handy to pop on the glass lid and set the instant pot right in the fridge! Below are some helpful links if you are getting set up with an instant pot.
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A perfect match for your tortilla chips and party table. This beautiful chip dip recipe is for the sophisticated palate. Lots of lime and spice!
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Crock pot buffalo chicken dip. An amazing addition to your game day, tailgate or family potluck and party events! Frank's buffalo hot sauce is the star of this recipe with some fantastically rich team players. I've updated this Gluten free, low carb recipe to be made in your instant pot if you prefer:)
- 2 12.5 oz. Cans chicken
- 1 Cup Frank's Buffalo Hot Sauce
- 8 oz. low fat cream or Neufchatel cheese
- 1 Cup sour cream
- 1/8 Cup dry ranch seasoning
- 2 cups shredded cheddar cheese
- Dump all ingredients into a crock pot or Instant Pot
- Break apart the chicken pieces.
- Stir it up and set the crock pot on high for two hours. Instant Pot-set on slow cook on high for two hours.
- Return to stir the pot contents every half hour or so until it is thoroughly melted together.
- Serve with tortilla chips
Serving Size:1 Tablespoon
Amount Per Serving:Calories: 92
Recipe Source;Bombshell bling.com.