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This easy slow cooker (Crockpot) buffalo chicken dip — real chicken recipe — is the best!
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This easy slow cooker (crockpot) Buffalo Chicken Dip – real chicken recipe – is the best. I love it when I find a simple recipe that offers complex flavors. In this cream cheese chicken dip recipe, the melding of cheese, dressing, hot sauce, and chicken does something wonderful in your mouth that is almost irresistible.

I have the empty bowl to prove it. I’m also positive you should try this cream cheese dip — it’s amazing as well. For another great traditional appetizer, try these cucumber bites.

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Ingredients for Buffalo Chicken Dip

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  • Frozen chicken breasts, minimum of 3 breasts
  • 8-ounce package cream cheese
  • 1 cup ranch dressing
  • 1 cup Red Hot sauce
  • 1 cup shredded cheddar cheese

Ingredient Substitutions 

HEAT: To make it spicier, add more Red Hot; or to make it less spicy, just add less!

CHICKEN: I like it best using freshly cooked chicken, but when you’re in a real hurry rotisserie chicken or canned chicken might be your top choice.

CHEESE: You could also substitute Monterrey Jack or mozzarella cheese for the shredded cheddar. You could also serve it with blue cheese as well! 

How to Make Buffalo Chicken Dip

STEP ONE: Using a large pan, place frozen chicken breasts inside. Cover with water and boil on HIGH about 20 minutes or until chicken is fully cooked — absolutely no pink! 

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STEP TWO: In a large bowl/crockpot, mix 1 package cream cheese, ranch dressing, Red Hot Sauce and cheddar cheese.

STEP THREE: When the chicken is fully cooked, shred with a fork and toss into bowl/crockpot with other ingredients.

STEP FOUR: Heat in a crockpot for about thirty minutes and you’ll have the yummiest dip!

What to Serve with this recipe

VEGGIES: Carrots, cucumbers, and celery are my top choices but you can’t go wrong with adding red and green peppers too.

CARBS: Tortilla chips, buttery crackers, or baguettes are a hands-down favorite here. Bread sticks or pitas are additional options! 

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Spicy with the perfect amount of heat, you’ll love this simple, homemade buffalo chicken dip at your next gathering! 

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Crockpot Buffalo Chicken Dip

5 from 15 votes
This easy slow cooker (Crockpot) buffalo chicken dip — real chicken recipe — is the best!
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 50 minutes
Total Time 55 minutes
Servings 10

Ingredients
  

  • frozen chicken breasts minimum of 3 breasts
  • 1 package cream cheese
  • 1 cup ranch dressing
  • 1 cup Red Hot sauce
  • 1 cup shredded cheddar cheese

Instructions
 

  • Using a large pan, place frozen chicken breasts inside. Cover with water and boil on HIGH about 20 minutes or until chicken is fully cooked (absolutely NO pink!).
  • In a large bowl/crock pot, mix 1 package cream cheese, ranch dressing, Red Hot Sauce and cheddar cheese.
  • When chicken is fully cooked, shred with a fork and toss into bowl/crock pot with other ingredients.
  • Heat in a crock pot for about thirty minutes and you’ll have the yummiest dip! Serve with veggies, chips, or crackers. To make it spicier, add more Red Hot; or to make it less spicy, just add less!

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Nutrition

Calories: 100kcal
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